Unexpected return of mental clarity and memory, or suddenly regaining of consciousness that occurs shortly before death in patients suffering from sever illness.
According to Africans death is a negotiation process, hence in my language they say “o bakwa le badimo” I once highlighted that death is process that takes up to six months. So because we housed many spirits within us, we fear death for simply few reasons. It disrupts the rhythm of human activity or life. It deprives the community members. It involves too many rituals.
So a person will have to find a way to tell those few who can catch his dimension or state of consciousness that he is leaving. That is why when a person is critically sick it’s more important to take him home. They mostly talk to their loved ones and very rare is their spouse. Have a Sangoma that will constantly check how far the negotiations is for him to alert you if he will make it or not.
No one ever died without saying. They told you or they wanted to say but we never listen. We must pay attention to signs
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