Information on organ donation

Published 09. January 2018

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Christina von Dreien

Christina von Dreien states :
"Again and again I am asked about organ donation. I would like to formally voice my opinion and at the same time I would lalso like to emphasize that it is the personal responsibility of each and every one of us, what kind of inner attitude we want to adopt in this matter.

Everything that is contained in our soul - and much more besides - is stored in the cells of our body. Our character and behavioural patterns, formed by the experiences of our previous incarnations and in the course of our present life, as well as our likes and dislikes, our relationships with particular things - all this information is energetically stored in our cells. We speak of a “cell memory” in which the entire accumulated karma of a person is stored. This not only includes all experiences and events that we have had as a soul in this life or in previous one but also all patterns of thought, convictions, ideas and beliefs that we have unconsciously adopted from our ancestors and that we have not yet consciously transformed. Every experience that our Father and his ancestors, as well as our mother and her ancestors, have ever gained is also stored in our cell memory. And since all our physical organs are made up of cells, each of our organs contains all this information.

For example, if the heart is taken from an organ donor, then this heart contains all the information of the donor and his entire ancestral chain. If the organ is transplanted into a recipient’s body, the recipient not only takes over the physical organ but also the donor’s energetic information. For this reason, after organ transplants it can be observed again and again that the recipient suddenly shows a visibly changed character in a medically inexplicable way, that he reacts differently in certain situations, that he cultivates new habits or that he has a new favorite food, for example. This is the first important aspect to be taken into account in the question of organ transplants.

he second aspect is an ethical aspect, and it revolves around the question: When is a human being really dead? Or more precisely, is it really possible to remove an organ that is intended for transplantation from a dead person? Medical doctors say that it is not allowed to remove an organ from a person until he or she has been declared brain-dead. This so-called brain death resembles a kind of coma state. In most cases, the condition of a coma is that the soul is still in the body or at least still connected to the body. It’s the same with brain death. From this point of view, transplant organs are basically always taken from a still living human being. Only when the organs are removed from the organ donor will his or her body finally cease to be alive, so that the soul then leaves the body.

The third aspect may have serious consequences for the organ donor. As long as a person’s soul is still in the physical body, his ethereal body is energetically changeable and adapts to the physical body. The etheric body is directly interconnected with the physical body on a fine-material level. This means that what is happening on the physical level also affects the etheric level.

If, for example, the heart is removed from a person, then this removal leaves not only a hole in the physical body, but also in the ethereal body. There the information is stored:“no heart present”. After the death of the human being this information remains stored in the etheric body, and so the soul will travel with the information “no heart exists” into its next incarnation. If then according to the blueprint of the etheric body a new physical body is formed, then based on this stored information the new body will not develop a heart, because the information that is energetically passed on to the cells is:“no heart exists”. This is one of the possible reasons why children are sometimes born without a certain organ.

Finally, the fourth aspect is the aspect of the onward journey to light. According to our soul plan, we incarnate into certain human circumstances in order to gain certain experiences and to complete certain episodes before we travel on in our journey back to the divine light. In each incarnation there are certain tasks for us to be accomplished, and if ideally all of them are fulfilled, then we are free to take our next steps.

When we die, we are asked to release our consciousness from the physical plane, i. e. to leave our dead body and also to let it go completely thankfully for its services. Then we are free of the now completed incarnation and ready for the onward journey. This is the standard procedure.

However. In the case of organ donation, the donated organ lives on in another physical body, so that the donor cannot withdraw completely. Thus, he tends to stay near the recipient after his death, as it feels like a part of himself is still alive there. This feeling will prevent him from continuing his journey to the light, and he will remain in an earthbound state. This state is as if the donor is living through another alien incarnation, although his actual incarnation has already ended. Only when at some point the transplanted organ no longer functions, or more precisely, when the recipient dies and leaves his or her body, can the energetic attachment to the organ be dissolved, and the soul of the organ donor is finally free to go".

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