Curious about Cellular Memory and Past Lives

What happens if you transplant a heart from one human being to another? Is it possible that the cellular memory from the person’s donated heart will transfer to its new owner? This may sound like science fiction to some people, but there have been documented cases about cellular memory.

Cellular Memory and Organ Transplants

Here’s an excerpt from Candace Pert, author of Molecules of Emotion: Why You Feel the Way You Feel, says, “…Memories are stored not only in the brain, but in a psychosomatic network extending into the body . . . all the way out along pathways to internal organs and the very surface of our skin.”

Pert suggests thoughts and memories still remain at the unconscious level. They can, however, become conscious, thus making it possible of a physiological connection between your memories, organs and mind.

Is it possible that you can take on the emotions and thoughts of a person’s heart or liver that was put into your body? The following is from San Francisco Medicine, “…Paul Pearsall, MD, a psychoneuroimmunologist and author of The Heart’s Code, has researched the transference of memories through organ transplantation. After interviewing nearly 150 heart and other organ transplant recipients, Pearsall proposes the idea that cells of living tissue have the capacity to remember.”

Cellular Memory and Past Lives

Cellular memory is can be defined as whatever happen in our lives is recorded within the cells of our body. If you experience anger, body pain, or unhappiness, these would be recorded within the cells of your body. Some people take this concept further — believing that you carry with you the pain of previous lives. Past lives are another hot, controversial topic. Some people believe in them, some don’t. It’s a personal belief.

If we are made up of individual cells, wouldn’t make sense that these living and breathing organism contain memory? Many people would say yes — skeptics will say no. Perhaps we will not know for sure until we depart this Earth, but it’s something to think about if you’re feeling “off” within your body. Maybe it’s not the “present you” that is feeling anger or pain. Perhaps the “previous you” from another lifetime is wreaking havoc on your current life.

Do you believe in cellular or organ memory? Why? Why not?