UNITED KINGDOM (Excelsior) .- The phrase "I saw the light at the end of the tunnel be familiar to all of us, but we can ask ourselves, is there anything really after death?" What is the meaning of the light you say you see?
A group of scientists from the United Kingdom has published an article stating that this light is for a deeply psychological event with mystical elements and its origins are in the momentary tension that may be due to physical or emotional pain even provoked by heart attacks or cerebral cortex injuries.
Many people claim that at one point they have survived the famous "light at the end of the tunnel and comment that they are accompanied by a sense of satisfaction, psychological detachment from the body, swift movements through a long and dark tunnel, access to bright light," the scientists say.
Neil Daniel and Ken Drinkwatt, comment in the Conversation magazine that experience may change depending on the religious beliefs of man, culture, or age.
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Experts believe that arriving at the beginning of this feeling can be complicated because of the different personal convictions of those who experience them.
For many years, science has provided many explanations for this event before death, such as the "dead brain hypothesis, which says death experiences generate hallucinations in activity in the brain where the cells begin to die, one of the most commented.