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Spirit on Tap: Neuroscience of Prayer and Healing
October 15, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
“Neuroscience of Prayer and Healing”
Many call Lee a “mystic” as ever since his death experience over 30 years ago, the stored memories of people’s past experiences since conception are physical to his perception. He reads the contents of people’s souls to assist people in better understanding themselves.
Lee’s research in the “Neuroscience of Consciousness” was to gain an understanding of his own experiences. He has the ability to present the most advanced and technical research in a way that is simple for anyone to understand. This knowledge if further explained by profound demonstrations supporting the explanations.
His presentations bridge the gap between science and religion by demonstrating universal truths common to all religions. The truths add insight and understanding to whatever spiritual path or non-path, a person has chosen. This is a life changing presentation as it opens the doors to greater understanding that leads to a paradigm shift that brings people together.
Lee Lawrence was a university tax law professor, Certified Public Accountant, litigation consultant, and business entrepreneur prior to a Near Death Experience from meningitis that changed his life and perception of reality in 1988. He subsequently changed his career path with a degree in psychology and continued studying and performing neuroscience research for over thirty years as a tool to understand human consciousness. His interest is in techniques that demonstrate that the human soul or spirit exists, and understanding the soul’s anatomy & physiology based upon a belief that religion(s) are theories and philosophies of the anatomy & physiology of the human soul and how it interacts with its environment. The human soul, including the stored memories of past experiences, is physical objects to his perception as a result of the illness.
He is married to Dr. Theresa Yuschok, MD. a psychiatrist on the faculty of Duke University Medical School in Durham, North Carolina and has two children. They live in Chapel Hill, NC.