Are people coming back as dogs?

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  1. Robert Urbanek

    Robert Urbanek Active Member

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    The Animal Network show Pet Star (2002-2005), hosted by Mario Lopez, was a contest between owners and their pets who performed tricks for cash rewards that ranged from $2,500 to $25,000.

    One episode featured a woman whose dog would turn over alphabet blocks to spell words. She claimed that when she first exposed the animal to the blocks, the dog spelled out the name of her late mother, which led her to believe that the dog was the reincarnation of her parent. Lopez had no reaction to this revelation.

    Could people be returning as dogs or other pets? Considering the moral decline of America, many people could be demoted in their next turn of existence.

    The growing acceptance of pets as family members suggests that people may intuitively sense some human background in their animals. In the United States, older people have fewer grandchildren to dote on; reincarnated humans in pets could be a substitute.
     
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    I plan to come back as a hot dog.
     
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    I wish the authorities would check on that dog sometime.

    Reminds me of the book The reincarnation of Peter Proud.
     
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    It's an interesting question, & one that deserves reflection & an answer. After several decades of life after life research, I am quite comfortable stating that reincarnation happens whether one believes in it or not. We're all participants. But unlike the teachings of Hinduism & Buddhism, my research indicates that no one ever reincarnates at a LOWER level of consciousness than they are currently at. They CAN reincarnate at the same level however. If we regard an incarnation (one lifetime) as similar to a specific class in college--say Algebra II--it's possible to fail that class (incarnation) & be required to repeat that class at the same level before being allowed to progress to the next level; but we'd never be required to go back & repeat a lower level class that we'd already received a passing grade on. The same for reincarnation. If we "fail" to learn in one incarnation, we can be required to repeat the same general situation with its accompanying issues in another life before being allowed to progress to higher levels of consciousness challenge; but we'd never be required to go into some lower form of animal life below the level of life we had already received a "passing grade" on ourselves. In summary, no human is ever required to reincarnate as an animal that is below the level of human. That doesn't preclude the possibility of volunteering to use a small portion of our spiritual energy to live a life as an animal separate from, & in addition to, our normal human incarnation, at the same time, as a way to further our learning.
     
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    nope, but i think dogs can be more than dogs. I cannot support or defend my position and it may be just wishful thinking on my part but i believe our dog was more than just a dog.

    The bible says that God brought all the animals to Adam so that they could find one to be a helper for him. I believe that the dog is the last one God tried before he put Adam to sleep to take out a rib and create Eve to be his helper.
    again i have nothing to support this.
     

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