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Individuals approaching death often experience encounters with their dead relatives, who seem to welcome them to the nex
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"Individuals approaching death often experience encounters with their dead relatives, who seem to welcome them to the next world. These deathbed visions are authentic and convincing; they are often followed by a state of euphoria and seem to ease the transition"

- Stanislav Grof

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This quote by Stanislav Grof suggests that individuals who are approaching death often experience encounters with their dead loved ones. These visions are stated to be genuine and convincing, and are often followed by a state of bliss. This suggests that these visions may be a method of reducing the transition from life to death. It is possible that these visions are a method of providing convenience and reassurance to those who will die, and might be a way of assisting them to accept their death. It is likewise possible that these visions are a way of supplying closure to those who will die, permitting them to bid farewell to their liked ones one last time.

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Czech Republic Flag This quote is written / told by Stanislav Grof somewhere between July 1, 1931 and today. He/she was a famous Psychologist from Czech Republic. The author also have 44 other quotes.

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