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Subject This way, humans can transfer to animals any of the negative forces tormenting them, and this is what many unconsciously do with their pets
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Original Message Humans and animals - aspects of their relationship are not yet well understood

"What do we really know about the relationship between humans and animals? Occasionally, for example, human souls may be condemned to live in the bodies of animals in order to atone for errors committed in a past life. Karmic law places them in this situation for a specific length of time, and they work with the soul of the animal without displacing it. It can also happen that highly evolved beings enter the body of certain animals voluntarily for a time, in order to study the little known realm of the animal kingdom.

But here is yet another aspect of these relations: according to their nature and way of life, animals are predestined to retain the beneficial or harmful fluids circulating in the atmosphere. This way, humans can transfer to animals any of the negative forces tormenting them, and this is what many unconsciously do with their pets. This is also a way of explaining the Gospel passage in which Jesus rids a man of his demons by ordering them to enter swine."

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