"Our study may be as good as it will ever get for finding neural signatures of near-death consciousness,” said the study's senior author.
"There was a sense of fear, but then comfort because anything could happen at any time no matter how careful you are."
Scientists found that psychedelics and near-death experiences both overwhelmingly reduced anxiety about death.
Research on a surge of gamma wave activity at death has been cited as proof your life flashes before your eyes before you die; in truth, no one knows exactly what it means.
"It can generate a sense of detachment from the body and the self and, at higher doses, a full-blown dissociative experience."
Not one to try at home.