By Bob Olson
The only thing that changes when people are sedated by morphine or other drugs while dying is that they might not be awake to have a deathbed vision. Deathbed visions are when loved ones in spirit visit a dying person days or hours before their death in order to welcome them back to the spirit world. In this way, the dying are greeted by deceased family members and friends (even pets) to prepare them for their forthcoming transition from human to spirit and, thereby, ease any fears or anxiety they might have about death.
Interestingly, it turns out that deathbed visions were much more common when hospital and hospice patients were not being sedated by morphine. Nonetheless, these drugs are not affecting what happens after people die and leave their bodies. Just like people who die on the operating table while under anesthesia, or people who die from a drug overdose, the drugs have absolutely no affect on their conscious minds once they’ve separated from their bodies. They feel absolutely no effects from the sedating drug once in spirit because their spirits are free from all physical sensations of the body. So the morphine does not affect their transition back to spirit.
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