The Mother In Mourning Came To Her Son's Grave Because She Received A "Sign"

What happens to the human being when he dies? Does he go to another world? Is he still endowed with his conscience? This is what the whole of humanity has the right to wonder and question about the issue since the dawn of time. Even in our time, despite the scientific studies conducted on the subject, nothing concrete or relevant allows us to affirm or deny that there is a life after death. Yet there is strong evidence that this eventuality remains good.

Everyone, depending on their education, faith, religion, or even personal beliefs, has the right to believe in life after death. But right now, no one is able to be certain and consistent in being able to demonstrate that another life exists after our last breath.

But the human being instinctively and especially when he loses someone close seeks by any means to detect any sign whatsoever to perceive and feel the presence of a loved one disappeared.

Mother In Mourning Came To Her Son's Grave

Sign of presence of a son disappeared?
Marie Robinson, a British mother lost her 4-year-old son Jack after a brain tumor. A very tragic event in the life of a mother; surely the worst.

Whenever she visited her grave, she hoped to hear a sign of Jack's presence by speaking to him instinctively. And on the birthday of his missing son, paying tribute to his grave, a small robin landed at his side, as if Jack sent him a sign of his presence. Besides, it was not the first time a bird had approached her since the death of her son. Not to mention the similar name of this little bird with their last name and the fact that the robins are recognized as "messengers of the deceased".

For Mary, Jack was there and really proved his company and his love and the sudden presence of the robin was just there to serve him.

"It moved me to tears. I took this as a sign of my little Jack, "she said.

So what about these "signals"? Is there life after death? Do our loved ones expect us in a better world after their last breath?

Can science prove the existence of life after death?

Death has always fascinated and challenged humanity. Moreover, several studies have been conducted and are still undertaken on the subject.

One of these, led by the University of Southamton, focused on assessing cognitive signals after cardiac arrest. Of the 2,060 subjects in the study, 330 survived and 140 were able to consistently share memories of this event. The study revealed that 39% of the subjects described a certain awareness of the period preceding resuscitation, that is to say when their hearts had stopped beating.

But according to the lead author of the study, Dr. Parnia, these reactions can only be the result of brain injury or the effects of administered sedatives such as ketamine, a dissociative anesthetic used for general anesthesia and which induces subjects to feel a strong sense of detachment from their body combined with a certain sense of joy that is similar to the experiences of impending death.

Dr. Parnia told the National Post that the brain can not function when the heart has stopped beating, but in the case of the study, the subjects' awareness seems to have lasted up to three minutes in the period when the heart was not beating, even though the brain usually stops 20 to 30 seconds after stopping the heart.

So what about this study and all the others? Modern science may want to help us answer the question, it seems that we will all have the answer to this fateful question, only after our own death ...
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