Wait,im gonna die..im not immortal?-crap .*Spoiler*
So it turns out that everyone dies. A lot of people choose to pretend that it's not going to happen. Some people obsess about it. I've done both at different times in my life.
I've been watching some videos on YouTube of a man named Peter Fenwick. Dr Fenwick is a neuropsychologist who has devoted a large part of his life to the study of near death experiences and end of life phenomena. I will post a great video of a recent interview with him where he goes into some detail about the subject.
After watching a few of these I started wondering how common these end of life "visions" or experiences are. Do any of you have any stories that you were a witness to or were passed down in your family? I think that this is a very interesting part of life that isn't often discussed. If nothing else this video is very interesting and I found it to be pretty uplifting for a potentially macabre subject.
The second video that I shared is of a doctor named Christopher Kerr. He has been collecting first hand stories from the dying for several years now. They are releasing a documentary on the subject in February of 2020. I look forward to seeing it. Here is the trailer...This will soon move from conjecture to real accounts,in large numbers,the better we get at revival,i would think.
Your local Neuropsychologist in conjunction with your on duty Neurology group should collaborate. We have a mountain of data, as more and more people are brought back from life ending strokes with the retrievable stent. We are getting that good at it. This needs better study.The data is there today.
If that’s the case, for me it’ll be an awfully short flashThey say your life flashes before your eyes and I hope it’s all the wonderful times
Existence is essentially empty...you’re free to assign any meaning to it you want.WTF is the point of that then?