by Linda Anderson | Jul 27, 2020 | Animals Teach Love, Columnists, Linda Anderson, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Linda Anderson
As a columnist for Eckankar’s Animals Are Soul blog, I had the opportunity to be interviewed for an “Animal Writes” podcast on the Pet Life Radio network. It was delightful to talk with the podcast’s host, Tim Link, and his animal-loving audience. To listen to the podcast, click on any of the links at the end of this article.
by John Villemonte | Jul 6, 2020 | Cats, Contributors, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Paul Twitchell
Jadoo was a half-Siamese, silky, black, lady cat, whose intelligence and psychic abilities, including out-of-the-body projection, could equal any homo sapiens with definite talents in this field.
by Contributor | May 18, 2020 | Cats, Contributors, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Peter Skrivanic, Kyoto, Japan
At ten years old, I went with my family to our local humane society in Oakville, a suburb of Toronto, Canada, to find our first family pet. Looking from cage to cage, I stopped before one that held Sam, a six-year-old, gray, male tabby cat with yellow-green eyes. He was large, slightly rotund, and older than most of the other cats in the shelter.
by Harold Klemp | Apr 6, 2020 | Cats, Featured Columnist, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Sri Harold Klemp
animal communication, animal reincarnation, animal soul, birthing kittens, Canada cat, cat owner, cat story, Eckankar, Harold Klemp, kittens, love cats, reincarnation, tabby cat, tabby kittens
by Linda Anderson | Mar 16, 2020 | Animals Teach Love, Birds, Columnists, Linda Anderson, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Linda Anderson, Minnesota
Many years ago my husband, Allen, and I had the joy of hearing Sri Harold Klemp give a talk at an ECK Worldwide Seminar in which he told stories about our family’s birds.
by Contributor | Dec 24, 2019 | Contributors, Dogs, Dreams with Animals, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Lois Stanfield, Minnesota
When my newly adopted, rescued Afghan Hound, Lila, came to live with my other Afghan, Pistachio, and me, I had to help her accept her newfound freedom. Eventually she graduated from being a dog who had lived in a kennel to a beloved house pet.