In this episode of the Curious Realm host Christopher Jordan welcomes former Monroe Institute president and executive director Dr Scott M Taylor, Ed.D. to discuss using the Hemi-Sync process in NDE research. Dr Taylor is an expert at using binaural beat technology (Hemi-Sync) to enter into and hold expanded states of awareness. Scott is author and voice of six best-selling albums from Hemi-Sync, the “Into the Light” series. He also is the creator and facilitator of the 5 ½ day “NDE Intensive” which uses the pathways laid down by NDErs to explore states of consciousness.
In the second part of the show, we are joined by 60’s surf guitar legend, musician, and Mu researcher, Merrell Fankhauser to discuss the land of Mu and its possible connection to the famed “Malibu Anomaly” off the coast of Malibu California. What brought Merrell to move to Maui and begin collecting stories from Hawaiian elders about the fabled “Land of Mu”? But more importantly what was the source of the strange signal captured emanating from the Malibu Anomaly used by Merrell in the song “Signals from Malibu?
Join the Curious Realm as we delve into the topics of using the Hemi-Sync process in researching NDEs with Dr Scott m Taylor as well as the Malibu Anomaly with Merrell Fankhauser.
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