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Channelled by: Troy Tolley

Date: November 27, 2017

Excerpt from private session

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MICHAEL

First, it is important to note that animals do not fear death, but biology is designed to live. The body will strive to live as long as it can because it is designed to host consciousness in a way that serves that consciousness.

 

Animals do not fear death because it is a concept that is not a reality for them in the same way it is for Sentience.

 

Not fearing death does not mean they want to die or do not care if they die, but it does mean they are ruled by the conditions of the body and its attempts to survive.

 

They do not "decide" when to die. They do not have that control. The consciousness of a Hive Soul can "leave" at any point and be replaced at any point. If the consciousness is still present, it means it wants to be.

 

However, the choice for when to "leave" as relative to the death of the body is dependent upon factors completely outside of their control. In other words, they will die from accident, illness, age, murder, or euthanasia. They will not die by choice.

 

When an animal bonds with a Human, part of the agreement is that this choice is now in your hands. You are the caretaker.

 

You can make this choice flippantly or with great care.

Or you can choose not to choose.

 

As for "how will you know?"

 

It is when the quality of life has been reduced to waiting. It is one thing to be waiting for recovery. It is another to be waiting for death.

 

At the point where life shifts away from life and toward waiting for death, it can be said that the choice can be made for euthanasia when you are ready.

 

It will come with its grief and pain.

But guilt has no place.

You cannot make a "wrong" choice here if your intentions are not to harm.

 

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NickF

@PPLD This session meant a lot to me. I’ve always been devastated whenever that heartbreaking time to say goodbye arrives. Both our companion dogs are seniors now. Knowing what will come before long creates sadness. However, it is a comfort having found what you posted. Thank you. 🙏 

 

At the point where life shifts away from life and toward waiting for death, it can be said that the choice can be made for euthanasia when you are ready.

 

It will come with its grief and pain.

But guilt has no place.

You cannot make a "wrong" choice here if your intentions are not to harm.

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Diane

"At the point where life shifts away from life and toward waiting for death, it can be said that the choice can be made for euthanasia when you are ready."

 

It is sad when the time comes to say goodbye to our pets.  I can remember feeling grateful to have the support of the veterinary doctor and staff who knew what to do and the timing.  It is also hard to see our pets suffer and we are fortunate to have euthanasia as a choice.

 

 

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