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Old 13-10-2022, 06:29 PM
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Exclamation Organ donations?

Here in uk they don’t offer painkillers when they remove the organs for organ donations? People that are brain dead and heart kept beating on a machine…

I mean imo you would be dead after it.. but do they feel any pain???

There’s nothing worse than getting into the situation where your organs are removed if you don’t opt out then it’s only 60% certain they won’t remove them but no waking up in the middle of cremation or burial…

Do we get entangled with the person receiving the organs? Has there been any story’s or studies with such phenomena???
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Old 13-10-2022, 07:38 PM
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An interesting thought. The person is considered to be dead and thus there is no need for anaesthesia when removing organs, but that does not mean they have actually left the body and so feel no pain.

Do we get entangled with the organ recipient? If we donate a kidney then that kidney still has our aura which will mix with the aura of the recipient. So we might expect some level of entanglement.

And there is plenty of anecdotal evidence that the recipient of an organ can acquire the tendencies, interests and even memories of the donor. I recall reading about a young woman who had a heart transplant and then took up carpentry, having never had any previous interest in it. Later she met the parents of the donor and found that he had had a passion for woodworking.

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Old 14-10-2022, 12:33 AM
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I think I had read that they feel a deep connection somehow to the person who they took organs from but nothing else.
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Old 16-10-2022, 01:54 PM
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In the U.S. medical system there is a distinction between “Brain Dead” and “Clinical Death.” Clinical death is when the heart stops beating, and brain death occurs about 4-minutes after the heart has stopped beating, but it could be as long as 6-minutes. A person is considered legally dead when their heart and brain can not function on their own without machines.

Once a person is pronounced legally dead a postmortem exam, or what is commonly called an autopsy, may be preformed. No anesthetic is given for an autopsy. The brain is sometimes removed from the head, weighed and examined. The heart or other organs may be removed and examined. The same is done for organ donation.

As a former ambulance paramedic I have seen people pronounced dead who later woke up in the morgue and was alive. Although it rarely happens. People who receive a donated organ do feel a connection with their donor. A living person who loses an arm or a leg usually feels the presence of that arm or leg long after it has been removed.

I guess it all depends on how tightly we are holding on to our physical body after the body has died. The first time I had an out-of-body experience it scared me, my ego freaked out, and I did not want to go, so I physically held on to the chair that I was sitting in to prevent myself from having that out-of-body experience.

I also immediately ate a few hamburgers which kept me in touch with my body. Later learning how incredibly beautiful the out-of-body experience is and how I had previously denied myself of that beauty. Most likely there are people who try to stay in their physical body long after it has died. A part of spiritual surrender is learning how to let go inside.
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