3 Ways To Know If Hawaii Is Calling You Home

Dated: 01/05/2015

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{mls: 279306}  Here are 3 Ways to Know if Hawaii is Calling You Home:

1]  If you see signs of "Hawaii" at least 3 times in a month, or a week or a day, from wherever you are in the mainland, or some distant country.  Many people say that they will see the word Hawaii pasted on buses, bulletin boards, bumper stickers, tv ads, and magazines.  If you see any words come up at least 3 times in a short duration, listen to the "call", it's telling you something.

2]  If you have common daydreams of Hawaii and visualizing yourself on the beach, jumping in the ocean, appreciating the sunsets, dancing hula near the Volcano's Crater of Goddess Pele, or even seeing yourself as a maiden or merman , mermaid, dolphin or whale, something may be calling you home.  Trust that your intuition is guiding you, and follow the path in front of you.

3]  If you come to visit Hawaii, and as soon as your feet hit the tarmac, you get this overwhelming sensation of the cool tropical breeze telling you "you're home", then you may be moving here soon.   For some people, they will get a voice come over them while swimming in the ocean.  It's wherever you feel most "at home" that this feeling will come over you.  

If any of these traits fit you, then believe that the way will be made for you, and give me a call at 808-756-4874.  I can help you find the perfect piece of paradise that was meant to be yours!

Claire K. Bajo RS SRES CNE 808-756-4874
Spiritual Real Estate | Intuitive Fiduciary
Claire808@Hawaii.rr.com | www.ClaireBajo.org
Island Home Realty, Inc. | RS-57707
22 Years in the Real Estate Industry
Holistic Chamber of Commerce | Hawaii Chapter
Aloha Spirit Law HRS 5-7.5

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