Duplicate: where is our soul located in our body?

I am asking this question because of stories that are coming forth about transplant recipients who suddenly want or crave things that the organ donor used to prefer- this is called "Cellular Memory". If you would like to read more about this, go to this link and you can learn about this amazing phenomenon.

Because of cellular memory, though, wouldn't this mean that our soul permeates our whole body, and perhaps there is something to all the sayings about the heart- such as , "My heart is broken."?

What do you think about this? Where does our soul reside?



asked 20 Jan '12, 15:52

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closed 20 Jan '12, 16:12

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Barry Allen ♦♦

I think this is a very interesting topic - perhaps you could rephrase your question

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