We were asked recently if we would take questions in order to channel information for blog posts. Obviously, we said YES because that's a fantastic idea and a way for all sorts of topics to be explored from a spiritual level. Thank you, Laura, for the suggestion and your questions! 😊
"I know that animals plan their lives here, just like we do, though usually they are here to help humans learn something more than they plan to learn something themselves. They are less attached to particular lives. They like a good life as we all do, but the sorrowful ones are quickly forgotten.
1) Is that a correct assumption?
2) Do they have a "life review" similar to ours in seeing if they achieved what they set out to do?"
"Beloved, you are right in your understanding that the souls within the Animal Kingdom incarnate in order to learn. These lessons are typically less complex than what souls experiencing human lives learn. These lessons include Change and Adaptation, Perseverance, Compassion, Unconditional Love, Strength and Resolve, etc. Sometimes souls choose to incarnate into the Animal Kingdom in order to fine tune these lessons as well as heal from particularly traumatic incarnations on Earth.
Animals do not feel or think in such complex ways as Human Beings do. Yes, they feel love, pain, sorrow, and fear, but they live in tune with their Higher Selves and with Nature always. They do not forget. They remember who they are, they live fully within the Present moment- meeting their needs and those of the ones they love, and they know their purpose; again, this purpose is not as complex as Human Beings but just as important. And because they simply accept life as it is and also accept that they ARE spiritual beings, they sense the spiritual realm at all times. They can see and experience Spirit because they do not live in the illusion of being separate as Human Beings do. Along with their learning goals, most animals have these life purposes: To Heal, to Serve Nature, to experience Predator vs. Prey, to Love, to Guard. There are others but these are the most common, particularly among animals who choose to be pets or work closely with people.
So, no, there is no life review because they remember all. We do want to add that just as souls who experience great sorrow and trauma are transported to a place in which intense healing and love is received once the lifetime has ended, so do animals.
These beings serve their purpose and live authentically as themselves at all times. They learn as they react and adapt to stimuli around them as their authentic selves. As they do this, they naturally achieve their goals because they continuously learn and adapt in order to survive."