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Organ Transplant

The physical body that we occupy during our lifetime is and remains a cosmic property all along; much so after we leave it. Upon death its material contents start to merge back gradually and completely into the Painca Mahabhuta of Cosmos. We know that Units of Microcosmic entities like an atom, a molecule or a protozoic cell or an advanced metazoic structure --- all have got their own , independent, individual microcosmic mind acting as controlling faculty therein.. All cells in a gland or an organ have a collective existence and hence they also have a collective mind functioning as the controlling faculty of particular characteristics.

In some microcosmic structures mind remains quite underdeveloped, such as in the case of atoms and molecules etc. while in the case of a unit metazoic life, say a human, the collective mind in the individual cell is comparatively highly advanced, capable of responding to the abstract functions of human (unit) minds and the underlying pure unit consciousness. As per Idea and Ideology, Life is but a parallelism of collective entitative (i.e. physical) waves with the psychic waves of the (occupant) Unit Mind; be it a case of an atom or an advanced human being.

Once the unit mind (i.e. the subjective counterpart) of a creature has deserted the physical body, from that moment onwards the material contents therein remain under control of the Cosmic Mind, yet the localized controlling faculty (collective mind) still keeps control of respective organs and glands for a while as per its capability even in the absence of any support from the now missing endoplasmic coverage of the unit mind of the creature. That is why there is a time limit for an organ to be transplanted in another body.

When we slow down the metabolic needs and related functions of the separated organs or any fraction of corpora, for example by putting them in hibernation for a while (by freezing etc.), it becomes very easy for the prevailing controlling faculty i.e. the collective mind, to manage the bare minimal task of maintaining parallelism with existential physical entitative wave. It has to be just present there, as a witnessing entity.

The bio- sciences today have studied, examined and discovered the characteristic peculiarities viz. the varying frozen life span etc. etc. of each separate organ, glands, hormones, enzymes, various cells and tissues, and the like. Accordingly, under such limitations the organs are successfully being transplanted to another corpora of matching metabolic base; and brought to a functional state again. Here, soon as the metabolic energy needs of the transplanted organ are supplied by the new body (where it has now been planted); the collective mind of the gland/ organ finds it easy to regain its controlling role in that structure. In other words the organs become live again. And if it stabilizes, we have a successful transplant.

The Vayus are affected adversely if an organ is removed from a living physical structure and thus the mind feels weak but it re-adjusts gradually with the changed reality. If such organs are directly related to the functioning of any particular Vayu, it should become difficult to manage and may cause death. In case of accidental death it may surely cause some confusing situation for the departing unit mind to collect all Vayus back. It does not collect all unit minds back from each cell of the body scattered/strewn like that. The departing mind just needs the final sum-up of all vayus. It is so because the Vayus and not the unit minds of individual cells (neither the collective mind of Indriyas) control the unit mind. Mind not being any physical object should have no difficulty finding its identity as a unit entity even upon fatal accident where body is strewn into pieces. Mind is abstract. It has a support of consciousness behind it. Most part of the unit mind except for Citta, remains and functions independent of what ever the state of the body. A physically handicapped person does not have any less of dreams / tastes/ desires, all of which of course depend, in totality, on the psychic exposure and training.

Each cell has a mind. True and no doubt, even every atom has a mind in sleeping (inertia) state. But they do not directly participate in the making of the unit human mind. Human mind is made of Tanmatras and microvita of psychic and supra-psychic types, and not of organs either. Cellular minds operate and maintain the life of individual cells alone, although they have some matching rhythm to adjust with Unit human mind due to their continued association together. At the time of death this association (i.e. the endoplasmic coverage) is withdrawn from individual cellular minds, which have undergone continuous evolutionary (metazoic ectoplasmic) changes during life span.

Now to the inquiry of whether the unit mind of a person who died in fatal accident where the body is strewn into pieces impossible of being collected, has to wander around for collecting the bits of pieces of its own-self !? The same physical ectoplasm is not going to be required to form cells of the next physical body that the departed mind is supposed to occupy, so it is not required of the departing mind to wait and collect all the cellular ectoplasmic and/or collective minds from all cells and organs into its so called main stream at the time of departure.

The entire affair of handling of the departed Unit Mind remains totally under the control of the Cosmic entity. The Unit Mind is responsible and accountable only for what kind of resultant reactive momenta (Karma) it carries at the time of departure from its physical body. And thus depending on the kind of momenta the fatal accident has left on the subconscious psychic plate of the departing mind, there may or may not be deformations in the development of the new body that it is getting next. It is so because the Samskaras (i.e. Karma) form our extra cerebral memories affecting the growth and characteristics of our physical body.

Finally, it is a positive advancement, rather a monumental achievement that our Bio-sciences have succeeded in educating the populace about the universality and scientific (manipulative) prospects of our physical body, which hither to remained a matter of dogmatic consideration in all cultures. Besides, other sublime inputs from the rational sciences have given infusions of fearlessness in the masses for its acceptance. It has relieved humanity from suffering under the shrouding dogmatic beliefs on this  count.                                                                  

Ac. Vimalananda Avadhuta.                                                                                    microvita subcommittee

Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha

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