I have been working some with a friend in Dallas and we are getting great info when we get together. Our recent session was no exception. While in Dallas last week, we had another thought provoking session.
She had major issues with her mother and her mother died a few years back without having resolution. My friend started having heart fibulations after that. So, in talking, we decided to ask SC about that. They said it was connected. Her mother had not realized the effect that her critical suggestions to her daughter had had on her or the negative effect they had had and she wanted to express her sorrow and regret. The daughter was able to feel her mother’s remorse and realize her mother did truly love and accept her. Hopefully, this will bring about healing.
“.”Don’t think of organ donations as giving up part of yourself to keep a total stranger alive. It’s really a total stranger giving up almost all of themselves to keep part of you alive – Author Unknown
SC also stated that another issue was that her mother had difficulty passing and releasing the material world completely because she had donated her body to science. The problem came in because the body needs to be either buried or cremated within three or four days of death. Donating to science means that this doesn’t happen for 30 days and sometimes even more. So, her mother was not able to release this world quickly and properly.
So, I decided to ask what happens when the body is donated as an organ donor. SC said that was different. That was a gift of life to others which enabled the soul to accomplish more karmic completion through the gift. Not only were they giving the gift of life to another, a fragment of their soul stayed with the body part donated and they literally lived on with the recipient body’s soul and were able to continue reaping the benefits of the recipient’s soul lessons and soul advancement as their own.
“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men.” – Herman Melvill
Because the body is kept alive while the organs are parceled out and then disposed of through burial or cremation, the soul is released like in a normal death. The reason some recipients reject the part is that there has to be a soul contract for this exchange of body parts. If there is no soul contract, then there is a rejection of the tissue or organ. If there is a soul contract, then the procedure takes and the souls continue on with their mission in life and fulfilling their destiny.
In short, the main difference between the two procedures is the gift of life with organ donation. This is more desirable because the body doesn’t die like it does with donation to science. For proper release of the soul, it is necessary to bury or cremate the body promptly within just a few days. With organ donation, this is done. It is not done with science research donation as the body is allowed to die and yet is does not go through the burial process until a much later time. This seems to put the soul into limbo for a while.
A very interesting session, it answered many questions I have always had about these procedures and brought up more questions that can hopefully be addressed in a later session..