When I do a session for someone and their animal, I just channel what I receive. It is like the part of me that is the ego or consciousness, is sitting on the sidelines listening to everything that was said. What comes thru sometimes surprises me as much as it does the person getting the information. The more sessions I do the more I understand how the universe works. Thru the years I have come to trust this information, to trust it in a way I never have trusted anyone or even myself.
Immediately with the first year, I learned about earthbound beings, the choices that are made after death. How dogs that came to support their humans stayed around in spirit after they died, and how dogs in heaven were so happy, they were in sheer at total bliss. I honestly do not remember feeling that way to that extent before: the way I feel when I channel a being that is in heaven.
Many dogs and cats too come to enrich, enhance and progress their humans life’s here on earth. That duty is not severed with death, and many stick around after death to fill the position they were given. So it didn’t surprise me when I ran across animals that were coming back to their humans in a new body, a new story.
I have experienced this firsthand, with my cat Peewee coming back as a horse. It is always so hard to believe the miraculous, but why? Is it too hard to believe that we are so loved that these beautiful beings love us enough to return?
I’ve encountered pet reincarnation multiple times with numerous clients. It even boggles MY mind it is achieved. But I know if a spirit want to come back, they ask. They can figure it out: we don’t need to know how it happens.
There is an energy that is loves us that want us to fulfill our purpose and simply wants us to be happy. Why do we have such a hard time believing that something so miraculous could happen in our lives?
Sylvia Brown looked at people who had birthmarks, wanting to know the source of the birthmarks. Her conclusion was that’s where they were killed in a previous life. My past life instructor shared that she had a dog that he’d gotten a cholla in his tongue, which left a scar. That dog was reborn as her neighbor’s dog, with the exact same mark on its tongue.
When I first uncovered the link between animals that had past and the fact that they may reincarnate, it seemed very foreign to me, something I would never had believed in in my old life. So I researched the topic. I found several other animal communicators in the same spot; they didn’t believe in reincarnation but they were uncovering clients who had pets that stated they were reincarnated. Because of this new information, reincarnation is being seen in a different light. I now believe that pets reincarnate at times, and the commitments they make to their humans out of love do not die with their physical bodies.
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