How Past Lives with Animals Changed the Way I Think about Death
by Tina Proffitt
Pub Date 06 Jun 2017
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Come Back is the story of significant past lifetimes of one woman with the animals in her life.
Reincarnation, past lives, continuity of the soul, whatever you call it, all souls are eternal. Every living thing has a soul, including our animals. The proof is all around us, that feeling of having known someone before, that moment of recognition when you look into another's eyes.
* Have you ever looked at a furry face into a pair of soulful eyes and thought, "I know you!"? That's because souls can choose to reincarnate as animals.
* Have you ever wished you could talk to your animal and get answers? You can communicate with your animals!
* Have you ever asked yourself how you ended up with the perfect animal for you, your soul mate? That's because you made an agreement long before you came back to meet again.
Whether you are interested in animal communication, are coping with the loss of your pet, or just want to read stories about animal's past lives, there is something in this book that will speak to your heart. The stories of reunited souls will warm your heart and give you hope for the future.
This life on Earth is not all there is. When our bodies die, our souls live on, and that includes dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, horses, you name it. If you have ever lost a beloved pet and wondered what happened to them after they died, this is the book for you.
Your animal is here on Earth for a reason, and the best part is, that reason involves you. You both incarnated to finish up your unfinished business together.
* What do you have to learn about your past lives with your animals? The answer may surprise you
"I began reading and couldn't put it down. The book has a decidedly philosophical undertone, i.e. it's not a bunch of new-age gibberish. I'm finding her writing style very clear, organized and thought provoking. Her references are to learned and respected sources, e.g. Socrates, Roman literature, and the Bible. Animal lovers, humanitarians, thinkers, and anyone who wants to become a better person and spread kindness, compassion, and decency around will find this a most enjoyable read." -Christine's Reviews