Date(s) -Jun 4 2017
10:45 am - 12:30 pm

The Fellowship of the Inner Light


We look forward to having Neil Helm as our speaker on Sunday, June 4th.  We are eagerly opening our heart and minds to hear his inspired message.

Neil Helm has a Ph.D.(c) in Transpersonal Psychology from Sofia University. Neil has been a scholar-in-residence at Atlantic University, where he conducts research and assists students with their research.


Words from Neil Helm:

My life changed profoundly when, at the age of five, I drowned in a hot springs in Central Montana resulting in a dramatic Near-Death-Experience (NDE). I have subsequently become a conference speaker, a journal article writer, and a researcher on NDEs.

I have enjoyed a long career in space and advanced communications research in corporate, government, and academic entities for over 40 years. From 1990 to 2008 I directed a space research center at the School of Engineering and Applied Science of The George Washington University.

For my humanitarian efforts that included seminal research and development of the satellite-based global disaster communications system and network and the global search and rescue system and network, both now operational, global systems credited with saving many thousands of lives every year, I was nominated in 1995 for the Nobel Peace Prize.

As Scholar-in-Residence, my goal is to conduct research, assist faculty and students with their research, and support students as they complete their Culminating Projects. I am also keenly interested in the field of transpersonal psychology, currently completing a Ph.D. at Sofia University (California) in this transformational discipline. My dissertation is titled: The Effects of Near-death Experiences on Religious and Spiritual Beliefs. I look forward to teaching transpersonal approaches in this dynamic field of psychology.

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