Hopefully you find the interest in this article and not focus on the dark details of the moments beforehand. Scientists are reporting that we are able to sense what goes on around us minutes, even hours, after our heart stops beating.
Researchers realized that although our heart stops beating, it does not officially shut-down our nervous system. This means that our brains are still able to perceive our surroundings to some degree.
Patients who had been declared dead because of their heart stopping were able to recount conversations in the room following the “time of death”. However, these patients were resuscitated, otherwise this story would be complete hogwash.
On the flip-side, I was looking for a video on YouTube to describe what happens to us when we die.This information comes from someone who is alive but can communicate with the dead. A psychic medium explains how people describe the experience of death like being handed a glass of water that quenches a thirst you didn’t realize existed. That’s the description of having total fulfillment of life.
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