If you are curious about the existence of life after death, you might visit a medium or depend on your own psychic experiences. The last thing you’d be likely to do is look to science for an answer - until now. Professor Robert Lanza, uses a theory called biocentrism to explain how death as we know it, is an illusion created by our consciousness.
Professor Lanza, from Wake Forest University in North Carolina, argues that humans believe in death because 'we've been taught we die', or to put it another way; our mind associates life with bodies and we know that bodies die. Yet, it could be that our consciousness creates our universe and not the other way around. Thus, we could truly be immortal, and death as we know it is an illusion created by our consciousness. Thus space, time and death are constructs of our imagination. Furthermore, the professor uses theories from theoretical physics that state that everything which can possibly happen, is occurring at some point across many multiverses and that this means death cannot be an absolute either. This is more than just a theory; Lanza points to the famous double-slit experiment in which matter and energy can display characteristics of both waves and particles, depending on a person's perception and consciousness. If you want to find out more, you might like to read Professor Robert Lanza’s book, Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe.