Re: Walk in and Kick the other out
As far as I have typically heard, if the original spirit wants to leave, then this situation can in fact happen. Though presumably the walk in would typically know of the event and the circumstances (though be foggy/lacking on the humans memories). I doubt it's impossible for a new spirit to inhabit a body and the old one leave. I would also imagine that even if the specific event is usually remembered, that doesn't mean it would always be. Perhaps some that walk in might even limit their memory in the process on purpose in order to integrate themselves into the life better? Or whatever other possible factors that could be included into the process, even accidents.
I have actually considered a possibility that I am not the original person of this body myself, or that much of my human life was actually gone through on a sort of 'autopilot' so to say. I lack a lot of memories of the past in this life myself besides random bits which don't even entirely seem like me, I've even gone so far as to watch children and wish that I could perhaps be a kid so that I might actually know what it is like.
I'm not quite so sure if I'm really a walk in though myself, and I have a 'human' side to me that exists in some manner still. However, I've always viewed it as rather undeveloped, almost like a tool to use to exist in human life. I feel at times that much of this life I don't much remember may be lost because it wasn't really all that important really and I went through it effectively unaware except in as much as was necessary to pass through to later times. Like, in a sense of much of the first years being simply me sleeping while my body and human self 'did the motions', but little else. I have no idea if that applies to you at all though, but the other parts at least, from what I have generally heard the case is possible and happens.
The monster I am is the reflection of you.
I am the flame and chaos ever reborn, a devourer to renew, unbalanced to cultivate, and beast of the world to feast upon all.
Give of your blood and spirit, or flee in cowardice.