Our Brains, Our World
Today we are thrilled to be speaking with author, speaker, and neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor about the brain, our world, and it's role in our consciousness!  Tune in as we discuss Dr. Jill's "My Stroke of Insight", the significant brain event that led up to it and her awareness in the resulting journey.

What roles and experiences do the brain's hemispheres play in our experience of our own selves and consciousness? There is simply no one better equipped to discuss that issue than Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor. You don't want to miss the perspectives she gained from traveling to Antarctica and what she realized about our world as a result. It's a fascinating conversation and oh so timely for this time in our evolutionary consciousness. Listen in!

For more information about Dr. Jill and her work, please visit www.drjilltaylor.com, www.mystrokeofinsight.com, and check out her incredible Brain Extravaganza in Bloomington, Indiana!

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