Study: Your Life Really Does Flash Before Your Eyes at Death; ‘A Moment Is Like a Thousand Years’

Your life really does flash before your eyes when you die, a study suggests – with the parts of the brain that store memories last to be affected as other functions fail. . .

Participants said that there was rarely any order to their life memories and that they seemed to come at random, and sometimes simultaneously. . .

Those involved in the study said they lost all sense of time, with memories flying back at them from all periods of their life.

One wrote: “There is not a linear progression, there is lack of time limits… It was like being there for centuries. I was not in time/space so this question also feels impossible to answer.

“A moment, and a thousand years… both and neither. It all happened at once, or some experiences within my near-death experience were going on at the same time as others, though my human mind separates them into different events”. (Read more from “Study: Your Life Really Does Flash Before Your Eyes at Death; ‘A Moment Is Like a Thousand Years'” HERE)

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