We do use our brain to translate what our heart and gut perceive but it does not house our soul. There have been cases of organ transplants, where patients who undergo major organ transplants can inherit the personalities of their donors.
There’s a professor or psychology at the University of Arizona, Gary Schwartz, who has details of 70 cases where this phenomenon has occurred.
He says it affects at least ten per cent of people who have a heart, lung, kidney or liver transplant. Personality, character traits, and talents are transferred via an organ transplant has existed for some time, but most scientists have ridiculed the notion.
There is evidence that patients adopt a donor's taste in food, take up the same interests and pastimes as a donor, and even develop talents that a donor possessed. In one case, a woman who had been health-conscious and calm began craving fast food and became aggressive, just like the biker whose heart and lungs she received.
In another, a seven-year-old girl had nightmares about being killed after being given the heart of a girl who had been murdered. I have also read of a case of a little girl being able to play the piano masterfully after receiving the heart of a talented child.
This one proof that the soul is a spiritual thing and has little to do with the brain.