What really happens when you Die | End-of-life-phenomena • At Home with Peter Fenwick

Published on May 2, 2018

Peter Fenwick (born 25 May 1935) is a neuropsychiatrist and neurophysiologist who is known for his pioneering studies of end-of-life phenomena.

In this interview he talks about near-death-experiences (NDE), death-bed-visitors and how we can achieve a good death.

NDE research is at the cutting edge of consciousness research and offers a convincing model for the understanding of what happens when we die. Peter Fenwick describes the different transitional phases of the dying process and highlights the importance of letting go at the end of ones life.

He offers fascinating insights into common phenomena at the end of life, such as premonitions, seeing a light, death-bed-visions and coincidences.

In his opinion everybody should know about death and the dying process, because it is a normal part of living.

Interviewer: Jens Rohrbeck
Editor: Werner Huemer
Director: Mehmet Yesilgöz

© 2018 by thanatos.tv

7 thoughts on “What really happens when you Die | End-of-life-phenomena • At Home with Peter Fenwick

  1. What’s interesting is that he says depending on which part of the world you come from, you have different experiences.

    1. Thank you for posting this, Mark. Been beating myself up over Hubby. Can’t help feeling I should have done more. It’s been a tough year and a half, and very hard Memorial Day.
      I remember several conversations I had with both diggerdan and Hubby during the 2 or 3 months before they passed. Both said “I think I’m dying.” I refused the HEAR them. “Don’t be so Negative! Don’t talk that way! ” They both had premonitions. I was floored when Hubby’s Brother asked me, on the day of his death, if he had talked about any premonitions.
      I’m very interested in watching but haven’t been able to bring myself to do it tonight. I’ll watch it tomorrow (How Scarlett O’Hara of me. LOL). Will comment after I’ve seen it. Promise. <3

      1. Hey Angel, I know it’s been a big adjustment for you this past year and a half. Not an easy challenge to face. I have no trouble believing you did the best you knew how, and that you will continue to strengthen. Well, it’s only a virtual hug, but I’m sending one your way.


      2. Hope this brings some answers your way Angel. This isnt just gobbledygook, this guy did a huge study with NED people.

        He says letting go is the hard part. The billionaires are going to have a hard time with that. 🙂

          1. I knew what you meant. LOL My stupid “smart” phone does that to me all the time.

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