THE LIFE PLAN OF CREATION VS. AN ASTROLOGY REPORT
Often all human bodies have four or five animal spirits attached who depict their core values. Shamanism as a therapeutic practice entails communicating with the animal spirits to take healing energies from their support. These animal spirits are attached to the auric field of a person and influence the person’s thinking .
At the point of death, these spirits also detach from the body and get released into light or go back to Earth frequencies to reincarnate.
A spirit may fragment at the point of death into several parts. While some parts off the person may be enlightened and may go to celestial realms, other suppressed soul fragments which are not positive vibrationally and cannot reach the celestial realm, may choose to repay karma and convert negative thinking into positive energy, by reincarnating as plants or animals.
Reincarnating as a plant is usually a peaceful experience for the spirit as plants do not feel physical pain. Plants can feel emotional pain and joy as has been proven by research but they do not feel pain of being plucked or broken , As plants can feel emotional peacefulness, the spirit in a plant can repay negative karmic debt by existing in neutral energy frequencies thus converting negative energy frequencies to positive frequencies. At the physical plane, the plants transcend energy by converting carbon dioxide to oxygen, The plant experience is like a Buddhist experience of JUST BEING in the body and feeling the breath. The plant life contributes to growth of peacefulness without taking actions. Some plants serve humanity by being plucked as vegetables or fruits without feeling any physical pain or suffering.
Restless spirits who are too attached to food, sex, lust, consumption , fear , anger or killing for survival, are usually reborn as animals as their total focus of existence is on feeling like a helpless animal while being alive in a human body.
Some spirits can also choose to be reborn as animals to simplify the understanding of suffering. For example, a soldier’s spirit who has karmic debt of taking several innocent lives in war , would have to repay the karmic debt to all the people s/he killed to free itself from their sadness at the point of death and hence, rise to a higher level of happiness. Such a spirit may be repeatedly born as a chicken who is killed again and again to feed someone.
The frequency which a spirit dies with in its thinking pattern, sets the course of its next life. A spirit focused on fear maybe reborn as a rat or a mouse while a spirit focused on speeding for success, running fast, enjoying power but feeling anxious about its own survival, maybe reborn as a leopard. A lion’s spirit would be of a soul who died feeling responsible towards other people while a tiger’s spirit would be of a person who died while feeling more focused on surviving itself.
Every feeling which a human being dies with which is a carnal / physical experience, can be converted into an animal life for the reincarnating spirit to help its soul ascension in subsequent lives.
The animal life is simplified and has simple soul lessons with less complications attached. The animal mind is focused on one or two dominating frequencies.
Though the animal can feel physical pain but cannot process a high emotional intensity of experience, with its limited brain capacity. It can feel negative or positive but cannot label negativity as sadness, betrayal rejection or hurt as a human mind can.
Guilt and sympathy are human emotions and cannot be experienced in an animal body, at all. If you have high degrees of guilt which are non- warranted, it indicates that your soul lesson is complex as you have to understand and overcome the negative energy of guilt such that you can rise to a high level of happiness by learning from mistakes and choosing not to repeat them in the future so that guilt foes not arise. Guilt is an intermediate human emotion which you could not have understood in an animal body and experiencing the ability to feel guilty indicates soul ascension.
Thus, while a plant life just feels emotional energy variances and no physical pain; and an animal life feels physical pain but not much emotional pain; a human life can feel physical pain and emotional pain in a variety of complex energy frequencies and has a multitude of labelled experiences. A human mind can move in energy frequency from hurt to sickness to anxiety which are experiences of the mind as distinguished from the body.
A spirit would reincarnate as an animal only if it is too attached to the body or a karmic purpose is served by living in the body of an animal. For example, a spirit who has been very flirtatious and has been cheating on lovers while being loyal to an employee for money, food and survival, maybe reborn as a dog. The body of the dog would simplify soul lessons to one or two experiences wherein the dog repeatedly suffers disrespect, with humility. Suffering without having the ability to take revenge would aid the spirit in a future life to understand complicated lessons of loyalty.
Soul Lessons of loyalty have to be learnt such that the spirit can distinguish between loyalty which fuels growth of peacefulness and construction of happiness vs. loyalty to evil, which fuels negative thinking, destruction and growth of disharmony.
An animal birth may be inevitable for a person who has been serving evil or a low frequency mind-set. Negative thinkers have thinking pattern which is animal like and irresponsible to commitment or construction of happiness. It is easier for the spirit to learn its soul lessons in the body of an animal who has a short life span and feels less emotional complexities than the body of a human being who maybe again tempted to cheat and serve evil than be happy by choice.
A person who dies with intense sadness craving for lust or feelings of revenge, may automatically be born as an animal who only works for the body’s survival and not for inner happiness.
A spirit focused on imitating others maybe born as an ape while a spirit which can cheat itself or others for survival of traditions, but foes not feel powerful may be reborn as a fox or a wolf.
A spirit focused on feeling unloved may be born as a lizard which radiates repulsion more than self love from the core while a spirt focused on feeling passion and flexibility may be born as a snake.
Spirits who die in floods or in the sea maybe reborn often as a fish or a crocodile, a seal or an otter depending on the individual spirit’s frequency at the moment of death.