In this April 1, 2020 article published by Collective Evolution, Arjun Walia assesses the findings of a 2015 research published by the Journal of Affective Disorder.
According to the study, there is a high prevalence of people who experience receiving messages from their deceased loved ones. The study labels this experience as “post-bereavement hallucinatory experiences”, hence discounting the possibility that such experiences were actually real. Walia, however, goes on to cite other researches which suggested that communication with the dead is possible as life after death is also possible.
The second research cited was a 2014 study from the University of Southampton which found that consciousness can continue for at least several minutes after clinical death. Walia also cites the Stargate project where subjects experienced communicating with their deceased loved ones. A fourth study, conducted by the Institute of Noetic Sciences and published by the Frontiers on Psychology in 2013, showed the plausibility of mediumship.
Editor’s Note: How can the knowledge that consciousness goes on after death change the way we deal with illness? Will we be afraid of death when we know that death is simply the beginning of a new form of existence?
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