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A new study has shown that even when people experience being close to dying,
they can learn from these experiences.
an illusion in the broad sense that humans are able to learn and adapt.
study, which appears in the Journal of Consciousness Studies, consisted of 10
subjects who died at an age when the average person is 30.
them – the narrator – was asked to describe their experience of death.
was completely sedated – all I saw was light. I couldn’t speak or move.”
remember sitting up. At first, I couldn’t understand anything. It was like I
was in an arcade that was going around and around. I had no feeling and no
control over anything. I felt as if I was in a world of grey.
subjects spoke, researchers recorded their brain activity. These data were
later used to develop a mathematical model.
found that the brain was integrating the experiences of each of the subjects in
the same way that it does when people learn and form memories of specific
events,” said study author Marius Wernig. “This shows that memories
of dying are an illusion. Even when people experience death, they are not
it say about us that our brain is able to make the whole thing up?
though people who experience death know they are going to die, they have a
vivid memory of feeling physically alive,” said Wernig. “They may
have had blood pressure, heart rate and breathing – and when we measure those
things they look exactly the same as they do when you are not dying. So it’s as
if the brain is doing this to compensate for the fact that people feel they are
with the dream we are all having at the same time as you read this.
right, you are reading it while it is still happening – which means you are
ing it within the first 1,000 words of this article.
So why do
we keep dreaming of dying?
it is the most significant thing that has happened to us, and it imprints on
recall your own funeral, if you have had one. If you are like most people, you
probably experienced a high degree of detachment and your feeling of
physicality did not diminish, but you might remember a feeling of having a
dream-like existence – an illusion of something that did not exist.
an apparent paradox in the fact that we think of ourselves as alive and yet
believe that death is a reality we should fear.
people say, “I am going to die,” what they are actually saying is,
“This thing I think of as a man, a person with a set of genitals and a
heart, with blood that pumps through it, is not really a person. There is
something that exists without a body that is more real.”
people feel great relief when they learn they have only a few years left to
live. I myself believe that this realization is critical in our self-awareness.
That’s because it frees us from a fear-based identity and creates room for an
open, imaginative existence.
words of Dr. Kalle Lasn, “Fear is a hugely important emotion, and without
it we’re completely defenceless.”
inevitable that we all die, but maybe that’s what makes it all the more
sit back and laugh at your own death, you will soon realize that you don’t know
what it means to be human, because you never really understood what it meant to
article (Why Our Brain Creates A Dream-Like Entireity When We Think We Are
Dying) was originally published on Collective Evolution and syndicated by The
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