Published on Isolated symptoms.

People who are in a coma, such as those who faint, suffer from amnesia or from Alzheimer, are individuals who flee because they fear something intensely. “Get me out of here!”

Basically, this is a person who enters isolation. It is a person on a deathbed, but who has not taken the last step to get completely free from all the ties. It is also a person whose brain frequency has decreased and remains at a level between zero and four brain cycles per second, which means that, from an intuitive perspective, he is awake. He has perception of what goes on around him through his intuition, although he is unable to communicate with relatives around him. It is paramount to speak to these people, telling them the truth on how we feel and not lie to them, something which most people do (lovingly, yet erroneously). The person who is in a coma perceives everything that is going on. He understands the living. But the living do not understand him. At this point, the living have to make a serious attempt to focus and understand what that person may be saying to them regarding his condition, his feelings, the ties holding him to that indefinite limbo situation. He does not depart and he does not return. He is as if stuck in the passage. He is awaiting the light, but above all, he waits for light to illuminate the living too. The person needs that the living keep talking to him, to let him know that they understood what he wanted to tell them. This is a moment of truth for the living and the person in a coma. It may last a long time, particularly in families that do not disclose their emotions, their sensibility, and shut down authenticity in their relationships and the truth in their hearts.

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