Is it wrong to kill bugs?

QUESTION: Masters, I have had contact with Star Beings before which is a “big” event for me. Now I wish to ask Masters about smaller Beings…insects. I have respects of all living beings however I can’t help killing mosquitoes, red ants & cockroaches that get in my way as pests! I tried not to think too much and to make energies neutral in the “killing”. Can Masters explain role of insects on earth & expand on it? ~Jill, Malaysia

ANSWER: Most plants, animals, and insects do not contain souls. Only a soul who wishes to have a particular experience as other than human does so. For instance, cats, dogs, horses, eagles, and “pests” – instead of being animated by a soul they have only a spark of universal energy giving them life.

On the average only one to two percent of non-human inhabitants of planet Earth, such as the aforementioned species, have a soul at any one time. When souls choose to be other than human, it is generally to be a highly evolved animal, usually a pet, in order to interact with humans. They may also choose to be an eagle so they may have the feeling of soaring to great heights, or a dolphin or whale to feel the freedom of the oceans.

Mosquitos, spiders, ants, cockroaches, etc. live by instinct; they do not think about what they are doing. They are not alive to learn lessons as humans do but to be around to provide some of the material for your lessons. For instance, they have caused you to examine negative and positive energy expanded in life. “Disposing” of things that cause you pain and discomfort is a lesson in loving yourself and honoring the journey for which you came to Earth.

Although it is almost unheard of, if a soul chose to incarnate as an insect, it would be with the knowledge that it would be seen as an enemy to almost everyone and everything. It could be a great lesson in persecution. (LOL) These lives are very short lived and would be only a footnote in the soul’s journey through its education.