Any experiences with pet reincarnation?

Discussion in 'Animal reincarnation and spiritual experiences' started by Susan, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. autumnleavesnnovember

    autumnleavesnnovember Senior Member

    Dec 11, 2016
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    I had a black bunny named Lucy for years. She was a "queen" rabbit and was mean as sin. That didn't bother me. I find the queens very entertaining, except when you have to clip their nails. One day, after Lucy died, there was a black bunny running around free outside of the place where I worked, which was in a residential neighborhood. Knowing her chances of survival weren't good, we caught her and I took her home. She looked just like Lucy, but her personality was totally the opposite--she was as sweet as pie and loved cuddling up next to me on the bed. I had no interest in getting another rabbit, and was going to find her a home. One night, though, when I was watching TV while lying on my bed, with the new bunny next to me and my arm around her, I decided to keep her. The minute I decided to keep her, the new bunny bit me hard on the arm and leaped off the bed! She then proceeded to act like a queen rabbit for the rest of her life, just like Lucy. I am not joking. I, of course, named her LucyToo.
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  2. AlexD

    AlexD aka Shadow

    Feb 21, 2017
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    Maybe it was a bunny possession? :D
  3. Misty8723

    Misty8723 Senior Registered

    Jul 4, 2008
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    I haven't had any personal experience, but if anyone is familiar with the medium George Anderson, he claims when he went to look at cats one of them "said" to him something like "boy am I glad to see you again!" Naturally he adopted her.

    I definitely believe it's possible.
  4. Guillaume_D

    Guillaume_D Member

    Nov 9, 2017
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    Hello all. In my last past life I was a canadian trapper at the turn of 19th and 20th century. I had a strong tie with a female wolf whose name I felt was Semiramis.
    And in my current life I got a cat when I was a child just 5 or 6 years old. It was a young cat my parents just adopted and they asked me how I wanted to name him. I said "Mimi". I believe that in my child's mouth SeMIraMIs became MI-MI, and that it was the female wolf reincarnated. My cat Mimi lived for 16 years and we were very close.
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  5. KenJ

    KenJ Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    Aug 21, 2014
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    SW Ohio, USA
    Welcome to the forum Guillaume_D! The questioning and your curiosity is similar to most everyone here, I have wondered the same about some animals that I loved in this lifetime.
  6. baro-san

    baro-san Senior Member

    Mar 28, 2017
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    I love all animals, especially dogs, and in a close second place squirrels. I approach all of them with an open heart and understanding, even the individuals that are more aggressive, or less friendly. Interestingly, I don't feel the same for humans: I can't stop having higher expectations from them.

    There is a model about animals having collective souls: several (many) individual concurrent incarnations are part of the same soul.

    I had a couple of altered states of conscious experiences that suggested the same thing.

    Some authors say that souls incarnating as humans too, occasionally, have two or more concurrent incarnations, with the drawback that in such cases the physical heritage may overwhelm the non-physical soul preventing it from successfully accomplish its incarnation goals.
  7. Twinkling Star

    Twinkling Star New Member

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    There's a dog locally to me looks like a young version of my old dog and she goes potty every time she see's us. The owner gets quite embarrassed and keeps her on a tight lead to stop her coming over to say hello.. I've watched this dog from a distance and it doesn't do it with every dog they pass, found myself following them to see where they lived once and wondering if it was my dog after one animal communicator had told me 'she may come back but belong to someone else but our paths may cross'. Last time we passed 3 times and each time the owner passed us, the dog turned and look back looking me right in the eyes each time!

    I find myself planning routes to pass their house to see if the dog is in the garden and would come to the wall/gate or something. I feel I'd know for sure if I could get some physical contact with the dog. Though I kind of hope it isn't as it would be like torture knowing she was close but someone else's!

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