A broken heart is an open heart, and that is a great place to start

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Let's face it. The process of choosing to donate an organ or the gift of receiving an organ both come with unique differences. There are incredible nuances surrounding every aspect of transplant. But one thing is common to all of us, how we recover and perceive our experience.    

 

This has always been a life and death process. The selfless beings that choose to donate their organ (and those assisting in making those decisions) are demonstrating the highest form of altruism.

 

Those receiving and organ typically are arriving in near death states and often are running on fumes, physically, mentally, and emotionally. Although often we experience an immense high and feeling of gratitude  all too often is coupled with what often arrises almost simultaneously or shortly after.

 This feeling comes with its own unpredictabilities that cause a significant sometimes debilitating re-entry into life.

Although the medical institutions have come a long way and attempt (hopefully) to strive for true care, we still have a long way to go following transplant.  We have yet to truly understand  the complexities of  varying types trauma, mind  body interconnection, and human transformation and integration in all its forms.

 

 Various scientific papers suggest post transplant the aggregate of organ transplant patients suffer. Differently.

Why do I mean?

 

Transplant patients have greater requirements and needs that must be met.  We all come to this process with variables of "change resources".

I mean that the rate of anxiety, depression, fear, uncertainty, and lack of ability to find proper work is greater than the norm. Due to the complex feelings we have as well as the lack of true awareness of those around us we can feel trapped within our own head and ashamed or guilty we can't seem to figure it all out.   It is a paradox only the brave are willing to address and even admit. And the righteous, blind to their bias and privileged are quick to brag about how great they are doing.

The life saving gift is just that a gift that is part of sustaining our life. But what does it take to not merely sustain life but to find flow and grace while getting extra needs met?

What it takes often is not provided in the current model of healthcare and in fact most don’t even understand this concept because it has not been experienced by those whom have the resources to seek to knowledge. Knowledge and academia can only get us so far. There is another half of this whole.

Transplant, for those who resonate with this, have differing needs that may not be seen by those whom have lived under healthy resourceful conditions.  I am not speaking of finances only. Let's speak about what it takes to integrate an individual back into life fully after experiences a long standing trauma.

You only can acquire this recognition if you've lived it, amongst it, and integrated it fully.

Embodying your new life is going to require a new worldview.

Feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, broke, and broken is not normal after transplant as you may have been told by your professional care team. In fact it is not normal period. It is much easier to normalize dysfunction and highlight those unicorns in the transplant world. This denounces the potential from the aggregate and keeps the professionals satisfied in stasis believing this is the best they can do.

Not Here. WE truly care about your  process post transplant or donation. We will stay until  can a deeper understanding and healing can occur to embody this new person.

As long as there is division between head and heart there will be conflict and unsettlement within.

Transplant 2.0
New Paradigm Healthcare Healing

This 6- week online educational tutorial informs those involed in the arena of organ transplantation. This psycho-spiritual approach offers methodologies and specialized  techniques systemized by 2x transplant recipient Stephanie MoDavis. 

This course is suitable for patients, donors, & medical professionals alike whom desire an in-depth understanding of the empowered patient persepctive and what that authentically entails. Stephanie, a Yoga studio owner of over 15 years, created this program as a means to cope with the emotional aspects transplant can bring forth. Reducing stress not just for the patient,  but to assist in the aftercare of the transplant recipient/donor.

Organ transplant is a complex journey that  has far reaching implications even post transplant. We all have different change resources, ranging from environmental, social, financial, emotional, and mental assets or lack there of. This program is to find your best new life with what you have while developing deeper insight/intuition coelesced with courage to seek out all you desire from where you sit currently. 

Stephanie'e hope is to provided  education and mind, body, soul skillset to ease this transition.

"Where you sit now is not your final destiny, but it is our starting place from which, if one chooses, to propel  from."