What really happens when you die? I don’t think anyone can know for sure unless they are dead. That being said, this was an interesting interview that I found on YouTube.
Peter Fenwick (born 25 May 1935) is a neuropsychiatrist and neurophysiologist who is known for his pioneering studies of end-of-life phenomena.
In this interview he talks about near-death-experiences (NDE), death-bed-visitors and how we can achieve a good death.
NDE research is at the cutting edge of consciousness research and offers a convincing model for the understanding of what happens when we die. Peter Fenwick describes the different transitional phases of the dying process and highlights the importance of letting go at the end of ones life.
He offers fascinating insights into common phenomena at the end of life, such as premonitions, seeing a light, death-bed-visions and coincidences.
In his opinion everybody should know about death and the dying process, because it is a normal part of living.
- Interviewer: Jens Rohrbeck
- Editor: Werner Huemer
- Director: Mehmet Yesilgöz
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I found this to be very interesting, and felt I was being comforted by listening, and I think I learnt some things as well. It made me feel more peaceful about the death and dying experience. I have always been afraid of death . Not as much now !
Yes and it gave me a lot to think about! Very interesting.