If a person dies, and their spirit doesn’t immediately move on to the spirit realm, does their spirit have to stay in the proximity where they lost their life, or can they relocate to a different place, such as their last home, a previous home, or the locations of other loved ones?
Is there any physical distance or barrier limitation to a spirit’s ability to move around? For instance, could a spirit travel a mile from the hospital where they died to go back to their house? Could they travel twenty-five miles to return home? Could they travel from a different country, even across an ocean, to relocate to their home?
And whatever the answer is for humans, does the same apply to animals, such as a pet dog or cat?
Asked by Gary