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Dick Clark on Jill Bolte Taylor

Posted by: Tedstaff

Among the many TEDTalks stars on this year’s Time 100 list, Jill Bolte Taylor gets perhaps the coolest biographer: Dick Clark. He writes:

Through her writings and lectures, she has done perhaps more than anyone else to explain, both to the healthy and the stricken, what a stroke is.

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Comments (4)

  • nithya sarvodaya commented on Jun 1 2010

    Just wanted to say thanx to you JillbolteTaylor for the crystal clear explanation that you have given as to what happened to me six years ago!
    Almost identical the experience it just happened over a longer time scale, the “recovery” has taken 5 yrs & since last June after 5yrs everything seems to be upright again… previously it was like everything was on a tilt, no real words for it all, just wanted to say love n thanx for such a clear & conscise explanation for something i thought to be inexpliccable…
    Also how wonderful to feel understood! At long last THANK yOU my love, continue to spread the BLISS you are, you purvey it soooo well you cant imagine the sheer relief & tears of joy released whilst listening & watching you on the TED show…… THANK U x Nithya

  • Mirian Taylor commented on May 29 2008

    The New York Times Sunday Newspaper on May 25 had a great two page article on Jill Bolte Taylor and her book, “MY STROKE OF INSIGHT”. Her book is a must read and this NY Times article – called “A Superhighway to bliss” is worth checking out too.

  • aelicia St commented on May 17 2008

    I’ve been recommending Jill Bolte Taylor’s book “My Stroke of Insight” to everyone I know. It’s the best book I’ve read all year!
    You can get the book for just $16.47 with free shipping from Amazon! Here is the Amazon link:

  • Marion Hubbard commented on May 3 2008

    So-called ‘schizophrenia’ is not a brain disease but a process of uncontrolled spiritual growth known as ‘spiritual emergency’ … a term coined by Dr. Stanislav Grof.