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Animal “Walk-Ins” – A Different Kind of Reincarnation

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Is this Moose, Merlin, or both?

What’s going on? The number of reincarnation cases I’ve been getting these past few weeks has been mind-boggling. Maybe it’s just a reflection of the fact that more people are believing in the fact that souls reincarnate… including animal souls. Or maybe it’s because more souls are striving to evolve more quickly by existing on our planet (which I have read somewhere). Whatever the reason, many of us are searching like mad for those special animals we have lost, hoping they come back to us SOON, so that we can continue to share this lifetime together.

To say the least, this has been a very interesting time, and one of the aspects of reincarnation that has been coming to the forefront for me lately with the animals is “walk-ins.” Moose/Merlin, to the left is a perfect example.

But first, for those who may not be familiar with the term “walk-in” as it applies to reincarnation, it simply means that one soul trades places with another soul and takes over that soul’s body, with both souls in agreement. Apparently this is more easily done when there has been an accident or a near death experience and the soul previously inhabiting the body is ready to leave. Usually one soul replaces the other, but sometimes both souls “share” the same body–again, by agreement. And, at least as far as my understanding goes, the souls are usually members of the same “soul group.”

I never thought about how this might apply to animals until a few years ago when I had my first walk-in case where a deceased dog entered another dog who was at a rescue sanctuary. The person involved was very drawn to the particular rescue dog in question, so the soul of her deceased companion zipped right in–by agreement–and co-inhabited the body of the rescu’ee, who was four or five years old at the time and was happy to share her body but not ready to leave. This was my first up-close-and-personal insight into this phenomenon and the fact that it occurs with animals as well as humans. In this case, how the departed spirit chose to display her traits and prove who she was to her person was most fascinating and very specific.

But back to Moose/Merlin. I had an inquiry (through this blog, actually) about a kitten who had come to the attention of a woman whose cat, Merlin, had crossed the Rainbow Bridge not long before. Merlin had been a beautiful black cat with great wisdom. The new kitten was black but, well, he had a lot going on. He had obviously been through major trauma and had some injuries, including a broken jaw. He was not even old enough to be weaned but had somehow found his way into our subject’s life and heart. She of course was not looking for a Merlin replacement but took the kitten in to help rehabilitate him.

And so began the story. Shortly after taking him in, she began to realize there was something special about this kitten and the way they had come together, even though he was born before Merlin departed. The kitten also exhibited a few very particular kitten traits that had been predominant in Merlin when he was a wee lad. Too much to ignore. So, while she called him “Moose” starting out, our reader feels sure that Moose is Merlin, and came back to her as a walk-in, in spite of great odds and life-threatening circumstances. And I happen to agree.

This is how it often happens. Seemingly by accident. Not in ways one could predict. If we are meant to be together, we souls have a divine knowing and understanding of how to make that happen. And sometimes, if all else fails, it’s through coming into a body that already exists, trading places, and settling down into the niche we’re meant to be in–with the person who’s waiting for us.

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7 comments to Animal “Walk-Ins” – A Different Kind of Reincarnation

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  • Joyce Anthony

    This post brought a question to my mind–not about animals, but about people. You mentioned that people can also have “walk-ins”. Is it possible for two souls to inhabit the same human body and wouldn’t something have to give by the time the body was nearly 50 to bring this to the forefront of the body’s “original” conscious? Could you possibly direct me to further information? I can give you more background on why I’m asking if that will help.

  • Hello Joyce – Well, I can’t answer all of your questions here, but yes it is possible for more than one soul to share a body. It is sometimes called a “soul braiding.” I haven’t “read up” on walk-ins in 20 years, so you might just Google for books and information. Include the “soul braiding” words and see if you find anything interesting – I have a feeling you will! This is very fascinating, so come back and let us know what happens. Thanks for posting! Leta

  • Hi, can you fill me in on the process on the walk in process with a Pet that has just passed over :: How long does it take for the Same Animal Soul to return to you in the same lifetime…. and what sort of signs can I expect….. how can I make sure that My Companion and I do meet each other….. I ask for as much info on this issue as possible…… thankyou very much
    Grace

  • Hi Grace, and thanks for posting! Wow, this is a tough question, but I’ll do my best, at least according to my own understanding of these things. First, please go to my blog entitled “Animal Reincarnation” and read the reply I just posted to Grace about what kind of signs to expect regarding a reunion with your animals in this lifetime, as well as when to expect that might happen. But, regarding your first question regarding walk-ins, that is a different topic altogether. A walk-in situation is when one person or animal is dying in the physical body and another soul who is not incarnate comes in and takes over that body. Walk-ins occur ONLY BY AGREEMENT OF BOTH SOULS. (Otherwise, a soul taking over another body would be considered something more like “possession” and is done without the permission of the body being taken over.) So, if your pet does decide to come back to you in this lifetime, s/he might possibly come as a walk-in, or s/he might come in as a new life. Unfortunately, there is no time table or average time souls come back. Each is individual who makes decisions about such things while in spirit and can chart its own course and timing. Since time is a continuum that exists for us humans to track by, but doesn’t really exist, “time” for a soul in spirit form is different than it is for us. So there is just no telling when these kinds of reunions might occur, or in what form. To elaborate on that, again, please go read the message to Grace, and I hope some of this input will be helpful. You might also start searching online for good books on reincarnation and also specifically on walk-ins. They are both fascinating topics. Stay at peace, keep breathing, and keep your heart open. Trust yourself. You know more than you think you know and you will be able to perceive important signals and messages when they come your way if you are relaxed and open about all this instead of overly worried or concerned. Best! And thanks again for posting! Leta

  • Hi Can you shed any light on how long the walk-in process might take for a Cat….???? who left this world very suddenly and violently…. But I do believe and feel that She is coming back… so is there any amount of time that I should wait before looking for Her again, or how can I tell She might already be in/with the New Cat I have recently adopted….. hoping you can shed some more light on this very fascinating area of animal reincarnation…. thankyou Grace

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