Senior Researcher 1-st Degree (Professor), Romania
*Corresponding author: Florin Gaiseanu, Senior Researcher 1-st Degree (Professor), associated member of the Academy of Romanian Scientists (AOSR)/Information Science and Technology, Bucharest, Romania Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission: March 06, 2018; Published: March 09, 2018
Volume2 Issue3 March 2018
The questions concerning “who we are”, “where we go to”, and “where we come from”, preoccupied the humanity from immemorial times. During the last few decades, with the accelerated improvement of the investigation methods and of the advanced successful interventions allowing the life salvation, there have been reported some attempts to correlate the psychic phenomena with the body status by the recuperation, analysis and explanation of the symptoms recorded during the near-death experiences. Such special situations, in which the heart and the brain, the support of mental activities, cease their activity, has become a fundamental tool to investigate the consciousness associated phenomena during the arrest status of the fundamental processes of the life. The fundamental question actually is whether consciousness really continues to exist even if the body has ceased its function by stopping the heartbeat and brain support activities [1,2].