In previous posts, we learned a lot about the supersouls that project parts of themselves to incarnate as humans. Here we’ll take a look at the supersouls that project parts into animals, how they differ from us and can evolve with us, based on Guy Needler’s work.
What is the difference between human and animal souls?
Our Source Entity created our multiverse with hundreds of universes and populated them with trillions of smaller entities in a way that generated several “energetic genres.”
- Different energetic genres have different levels of sentience and energies to house that sentience, which affects where they can work and how fast they can evolve.
- About 65% of the entities (supersouls) belong to a higher energetic genre. They can project individual soul aspects to incarnate as humans on Earth and as other beings elsewhere in the physical universe.
- The remaining entities that incarnate as animals, plants or mineral forms belong to lower energetic genres with less sentient energy, i.e. less self-awareness and less ability to change themselves and their environment.
Humans are fully sentient beings. We do not project ourselves into animals that are semi-sentient beings (two energetic genres below us) or plants (that are below animals), according to Needler. They are made of the same Source energy as us, but their supersouls evolve more slowly and operate as group or hive souls.
How do hive souls incarnate and evolve?
Because animal spirits don’t have enough energetic bulk (volume) by themselves to animate a complicated vehicle (e.g. human body), they coalesce together to increase their bulk. The group sends out many energetic “tendrils” at a time to experience life in animal bodies (like cats, dogs, birds or whatever form).
According to Needler, these lower grade energies are capable of evolving purely by being associated with a higher grade energy. When animals incarnate with humans, they experience things, learn and evolve more rapidly with us and are able to increase their own energies.
- Humans that love these sentient beings often ask them to incarnate with them.
- In very rare cases, the animal entity is able to gather enough energetic bulk into their own tendril, so that it is allowed to jump genres to a human level.
- But that requires constant reciprocal love and interaction between a higher energetic genre being (e.g. human) and a lower energetic genre entity (e.g. dog, cat, horse, etc.) for a very long time (hundreds of millennia).
- The whole coalition or group of animal spirits will gradually evolve to our level once their energetic bulk increases through experience in the physical universe.
- Eventually, they will ascend out of the physical universe with us, when they no longer have to incarnate to evolve. But they will still be of their own genre, i.e. a higher frequency version of animal energy or plant energy or galaxy energy or planet energy.
What happens when an animal dies?
When an animal body demises, they (like humans) can choose to go back to their True Energetic Self (supersoul). They go through a similar process of life review and look at what was achieved, how things worked and how to move forwards.
- They can choose to recommune with their own supersoul and blend back into that.
- OR they can reincarnate as another animal form on any planet they want.
- The same is true for any species that goes extinct on a particular planet. They can come back as another species on the same planet or go to another planet.
Some animals have such a strong bond with us, that they decide not to incarnate until we return to the energetic side. They will greet us and be there to help us and thank us for helping them evolve.
- We would see them as the most recent animal form it had, if we have the thought process that we need to see form or imagery. Some people may imagine a “rainbow bridge” or an “astral summerland” or a “seventh heaven,” as so beautifully depicted in the movie What Dreams May Come (1998).
- When we are more evolved, we don’t need to see human images. We would see them as a spherical energy being with a familiar energy signature and commune with that being.
It’s important for us to recognize that any prolonged grieving or energetic attachment toward our deceased pet (or any loved one) does not help them, but holds them back from swiftly moving onwards and upwards in the frequencies to return to their True Energetic Self (supersoul), which is located outside of the physical universe, which is like the first floor of a 12-story building that represents our multiverse. Animal souls return to the second floor, while most humans go to the third or fourth floor (or higher) by this analogy.
This post was inspired by the recent loss of our 19-year-old cat with chronic renal failure. It’s not always easy to figure out when to let go of a cherished pet. It was difficult for me, even though I’m a veterinary pathologist, fully aware of the progressive disease condition and I have some understanding of what lies beyond our physical form in the greater reality.
That’s why I’d like to recommend this (or a similar) Quality of Life questionnaire to help you decide when it’s time to euthanize your pet. I know some pet owners may feel guilt or regret about their pet even years later. They wonder if they could’ve/should’ve done more at the time. But there is really no need for that, because our animals (like us) are spiritual or energetic beings having a very brief physical experience here on Earth.
They are happy to return to their True Energetic Self after evolving with us and they’re very grateful for our service and love for them, just as we appreciate their service to us. They are our greatest teachers of unconditional love and living in the now. They know how to put a smile on our face, that instantly connects us to our heart center and Source energy that unites all life forms as One. :)
For more information, please see:
Guy Steven Needler: The History of God | Guy Steven Needler
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