Death in psychology

Just at that moment, my car crashed into a truck. When he stopped, I looked around and realized that somehow miraculously stayed alive. Then something amazing happened: when sitting at Gruda broken metal, I felt that the boundaries of my person lost, and I begin to merge with all the others - with the police, the fragments of the machine, working with lomami trying to relieve me, the machine "emergency", with flowers on nearby flowerbeds, television. Somehow I saw and felt their wounds, but it seemed that they did not have any relation to me - they were only part of the rapidly expanding system, which included much more than my body. Sunlight was extremely bright and gold, it seemed that the whole world of wonderful shining light. I felt happy and exuberant joy, in spite of the dramatic situation, and this condition persisted for several days in hospital. This incident and the related experience completely changed my outlook and the notion of existence. Previously, I was not particularly interested in the spirit and felt that life is between birth and death. The thought of death is always my CV. I believed that we were on the stage of life only once, and then - nothing. In passing, I muchil fear that I will not be able to implement everything in life, what I want. Now I have to imagine another world and my place in it. My self-superior view of the physical body, limited to time and space. I know that I am part of the vast boundless creation, which can be called divine. " Frenchman Gerard Shuraki, who survived the experience "of the border" (he also got in a car accident), said: "I would certainly not want ever again to move a physical pain. But now I have no fear of death. For my death - is also a life, just in another place... Once I go over time, so tried to keep up with life. Life itself seemed to me an endless race. (When the accident happened, Shuraki lead vehicle at a speed of 140 km/h ) Now I am far from it. For me, much more important intrinsic value of things. And in life, I even stronger. " American physician Robert Moudi indicates that the experiences of dying experience produces normally placatory effect. "Many told me that after what happened, they feel that their life has become deeper and more meaningful, because through this experience, they became much more interested in the fundamental philosophical problems."

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