What are the pros and cons of organ transplants from a spiritual perspective?

Life's Troubles

Does receiving organ donation prevent the reaping of karma?

The physical body is given to the child of God who has eternal life to practice.

People who are born with some problems with their organs may be born with themselves set up as a reaping of karma.

In that case, is it a negative thing to receive organ donation?

That is not necessarily the case in some ways.

Loving thoughts or not

For example, when parents donate their organs in the hope of somehow keeping their child alive, it is an act of love that has left them.

That organ is also implanted into the child’s body in such a state of love.

Therefore, it is less likely that the child’s body will rebel and not fit in, and it is often accepted as the child’s body.

In some cases, such situations are set up for each other to become a parent and child.

From the child’s point of view, it will be an appreciation for the parent, and for the parent to save the child’s life by giving a part of themselves.

It is also a way of giving love to one another.

In that kind of love, donating and being given organs is a positive for both parties.

Awareness of the provider

Even if the organs are not donated to a family member, if the organs are donated out of a desire to help as many people as possible, there is no rejection at the time of transplantation, and the organs themselves are happy to play their role.

However, the problem is that if the donor’s consciousness is clinging to the body, thinking that everything is over when they die, then the soul in the body will have a hard time.

Therefore, if a parent or someone around him or her tries to take out an organ without permission because they think it will make him or her happy, his or her soul will be troubled and lost.

In this sense, it is not a good idea to do any kind of organ transplant just because it will help someone else.

When the donor agrees with us and says “please use it”, we can make use of it with gratitude in the new body.