Background: After organ transplantation, many patients have diverse EXPERIENCES; they face many changes in the physical and emotional aspects of their life. Patients’ understandings of the post-transplantation period influence their adaptation to the changes. There is a need to improving the knowledge of patients’ unique EXPERIENCES of post-transplantation period and the changes occur in their life.Objective: To explore the EXPERIENCES of organ recipients in the post-transplantation period.Methods: In a qualitative research using a hermeneutical phenomenological approach, data were collected from April 2015 to June 2016. Participants were consisted of 15 patients who received organ chosen using a purposive sampling method. In-depth semi-structured interviews were held with them. The collected data were analyzed using Diekelmann’s hermeneutical analysis approach.Results: The data analyses led to the development of 3 main themes and 17 subthemes as "back from the grave" with the subthemes of "organ as the God’s deposit, " "God as the source of life, " and "new life"; "chapter of prosperity" with the subthemes of "the spring of the body, " "recovery, " "peace and joy, " "benevolent and good behavior, " "renewal, " "opportunity of being together again, " "golden age, " "positive perspective, " "the sense of normality, " "the return of health, " and "spiritual evolution"; and "the fall" with the subthemes of "a lack of energy, " "the mirage of transplantation, " and "hell on the earth." Conclusion: The patients had diverse EXPERIENCES of the post-transplantation period, which varied from the feeling of exhilaration and youth to losing energy and the wish for not undertaking organ transplantation.