We’re born, we live and we die. Few things are so concrete. And yet, while we swap countless stories about the start of our life, In the end is a subject we’re less inclined to talk about.
Conversations about death – what it is?, what it looks like?, are scarce until we suddenly face it head on, often for the first time with the loss of a loved one.!..
“We have a lot of anxiety about what is death and I think that’s just part of the final experience,”. “Some people just really push it away and don’t think about it until it’s immediately in front of them.”
“The more people engage and understand about the death and know where it’s heading, the better is prepared the person is to be able to let go to the process, and the better prepared the family is to reconcile with it, for a more peaceful death.”
Of course, not everyone ends up in palliative care or even in a hospital or House. For some people, death can be shockingly sudden, as in an accident or from a cardiac arrest or massive stroke. Death can follow a brief decline, as with some cancers; or a prolonged one, as with frailty; or it can come after a series of serious episodes, such as heart failure. And different illnesses, such as dementia and cancer, can also cause particular symptoms prior to the death.
But there are the key physical processes that are commonly experienced by many people as they die, whether from “old age”, or indeed from cancer, or even following a major physical trauma.
Scientists Statement about Death:
The doctor’s and Scientists said people who have had a near-death experience sometimes describe encounters with deceased relatives but insists the sensation is not evidence of the afterlife.
The final result is we have a deduction of oxygen that gets inside the brain when we are about to die and that causes our brain circuits to shut down and we become unconscious to the outside world.
When the heart stops, all life processes go out because there is no blood getting to the brain, to the kidneys, and liver and we become lifeless and motionless and that is the time that doctors use to give us a time of death.
The consciousness of the dying man finds itself suddenly relieved of the weight of the body, of the necessity to breathe, and of any physical pain. A sense of soaring through a tunnel of very peaceful, hazy, dim light is experienced by the soul. Then the soul drifts into a state of oblivious sleep, a million times deeper and more enjoyable than the deepest sleep experienced in the physical body is called dead.
Ancestors Statement about Death,
- The after-death state is variously experienced by different people in accordance with their modes of living while on earth. Just as different people vary in the duration and depth of their sleep, so do they vary in their experiences after death. The good man who works hard in the factory of life goes into a deep, unconscious, restful sleep for a short while. He then awakens in some region of life in the astral world.
- When we die, our spirit and body separate. Even though our body dies, our spirit which is the essence of who we are lives on. Our spirit goes to the spirits world. The spirit world is a waiting period until we receive the gift of resurrection, when our spirits will reunite with our bodies. Our future resurrected body cannot die and will be perfect free from the pain, sickness, and imperfections. It is because of the infinite Gift of God that everyone will be resurrected.
RESEARCH TO BE CONTINUED…!