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It was a cool Spring day. I had just completed reading a book on animal communication which detailed a dog promising in an afterlife reading to reincarnate to its owners, saying the word, “Daisy.” Two years later, a litter of pups were for adoption in a house on Daisy Lane and the owner saw them advertised in the local paper.
Soon after, I walked my noble, sable Sheltie, Jayce, to the park. Jayce was 14, slept 18 hours daily, and walked laboriously. Thousands of red ball fetch sessions had worn down his legs. But he still had those same gentle sherry-brown eyes, and he still held my hands with his paws, and looked at me adoringly.
“Oh, Jaycee,” I cried into his ever-soft fur. “I know you are tired, but I can’t do without you. Please stay a while. And if you can ever come back to me, please do. I will miss you forever.”
Today, I talk to many deceased animals. Some clients ask me if they will reincarnate.
Sometimes. Animals have their own soul trajectories. I estimate that 20 percent of pets reincarnate to the same person, and it can take years.
“How will I know?,” people ask, their voices frantic with need. I tell them not to seek their pets. Grieve, and assume you will reunite when you die. The more desperate you are, the more unlikely your pet can return. Second, don’t expect them to be the same breed, gender, or even species. Finally, there will be definitive signs that this is the same soul. The eyes will often offer a familiar gaze.
If a pet will reincarnate, he gives me a sign, a color, maybe a size. If you are in this lucky 20 percent, understand that you have a unique shared mission. Don’t waste it.
And Jayce? He died January 9, 2011. He held my hands, saying, “It is ok to let me go.” I expected nothing. Six months later, I was on social media when a FB plea appeared to rescue 12 dogs in two hours, before they were euthanized. The first picture was of a red dog, labeled half Sheltie/half chihuahua. It was impossibly small, and a girl, but the eyes called to me. I involuntarily blurted, “Jayce.”
I adopted this dog, who was, according to the shelter, aged one. I assumed I was being crazy seeing signs: the guarding groceries from my other dogs while never eating any; the way she held my hands; the gaze. I was told she was born while Jayce was alive. But at her next vet check, the doctor looked at her teeth and declared on January 25, 2012, that she was about 1-year old. I got chills and she jumped in my lamp, licked my cheeks, and screamed in my head, “Thank Goodness you finally believe it!”
This is Liberty—my soulmate dog. She returned to help me teach animal communication and help animals form better bonds with their people. If you decide to take a class, you can meet her.
Animal communication, putting your pets on purpose, and EFT are techniques that can establish equilibrium where medical science may falter. For more information on choosing the right purpose for your pet, or any kind of pet reading, please visit www.petseyeview.com for my eBook. Write email@example.com for an appointment or call 949-282-3506.