The legend of the "light at the end of the tunnel", which is quite possible for each of us to see, was not born by chance. The fact that it really exists has been repeatedly stated by people who miraculously returned from the other world. Let's find out how they managed to keep in touch with the body and what else they saw behind the veil of the world of the dead.
Intensive care studies
British resuscitator Sam Parnia, after listening to stories of near-death experiences, organized a research project to confirm or deny the stories of patients. The physician arranged special shelves in the intensive care unit and laid out symbols on them, which could only be seen from above. Unfortunately, patients who claim that during resuscitation they hovered over their own bodies, these signs were never noticed.
Parnia was already convinced that the transition of consciousness to another world is just a legend, but one of the patients still managed to prove that he had been “in the next world”. The man said that for several minutes he watched resuscitation measures, hovering over his own body. The doctor was convinced of the sincerity of his words when the patient described in detail every action of the doctors. Knowing that after a cardiac arrest, the man's brain simply could not work and perceive the surrounding reality, Parnia became convinced that consciousness is really capable of living separately from the body.
Famous actor about life after death
Actor Valery Garkalin, well-known throughout the country, experienced clinical death several years ago - his heart did not beat for three minutes. The actor claims that for this brief moment he left his own body and saw himself from the lifeless side, as well as the doctors fighting for his life. Unfortunately, unlike the testimonies of other people who returned to life, the atmosphere between the world of the living and the world of the dead did not at all seem pacifying to Garkalin. According to him, he constantly felt the darkness of death.
The actor claims that he has already mentally said goodbye to earthly life, but suddenly a figure of a woman illuminated by rays appeared next to him, giving him a sign with her hand - "it is not time yet." After a while, the actor rescued by doctors came to his senses and began to share his experience with the world.
The famous psychiatrist Andrei Gnezdilov, who created the first hospice in Russia, spent many years communicating with dying patients and came to the conclusion that a person's consciousness does not die with the body. And as proof, the doctor cites a story in which he himself became a participant. One of his patients had a heart failure, and the intensive care doctors could not start it for a long time. After the miraculous rescue, Gnezdilov visited the girl, and she told him that after losing consciousness, some force pushed her out of her own body and she was able to look at herself from the side.
In addition, the patient reported that in a transitional state she remembered her mother and daughter and immediately moved to her house to say goodbye to them. The girl saw that the child was playing with the doll, and the woman met a neighbor who brought a dress with polka dots. On the same day, the doctor visited the patient's family and recounted her words to them. It turned out that the girl's story was confirmed to the smallest detail.
Meeting with God
The British tabloid Daily Express told the world the story of a man who experienced a near-death experience. An Englishman, who wished to remain anonymous, said that at the age of 17 he suffered from constant insomnia. Once, after a party, he again could not sleep and drank a potent sleeping pill, forgetting that he had drunk alcohol earlier that day.
Soon the young man became ill and fell. After a while, he seemed to come to his senses and got up, but saw that he was standing over his own lifeless body. Suddenly a tunnel opened nearby, illuminated by an "unbearably bright light." The young man walked along it and "at the other end" met the spirit of God himself. The ghost said that the time to die has not yet come, and if one day a guy wants to go to heaven, he must change. This is where the Englishman's memories end, because at that very moment he was brought back to life by doctors.
What Death Rides
The popular Belarusian singer Ruslan Berezovsky, traveling by train from his hometown to Minsk, where he was supposed to have a concert, fainted right on the platform. While the man was unconscious, a strange vision visited him.
Later in Minsk, doctors ascertained that Berezovsky had suffered cardiac arrest, and the singer realized that the man in the red car was nothing more than a real death.
Science explains such visions of the dying as a bizarre game of the brain, trying to facilitate the owner's last minutes on earth. Nevertheless, some details of the stories of people who miraculously returned from the other world cannot be explained. Fortunately, their ability to share what they see shows that their lives are going on and on.