Do you REALLY trust your pet?

If you know anything about me at all, other than that I love to help people connect intuitively with their animals, you know that I  LOATHE the cold weather.

So you may be confused when I say that Kevin and I have been driving up to Maine every weekend for the past month, looking at land to buy for the home we’re going to build.

Yeah. In MAINE.

I’ve been a little worried about it too – as for the past eighteen years, I’ve wanted nothing more than to move somewhere WARM, where you can’t even buy snow boots.

And yet, we’re being drawn there…

How do I know we’re being drawn there?

It’s the animals. 

That hawk that flew twenty feet in front of me yesterday morning when I asked for a sign that this was the right move for us to do – really was a sign.

And the more than TWENTY deer that ran through the property just fifty feet ahead of us the week prior when I asked for a sign were a sign!

It’s the INCREDIBLE smile on Tuukka’s face (our dog) as she ran through the property… (See the little video – it’s VERY hard to find her as she’s black and white just like the landscape! Kevin is there too – they are both down the hill)…

And so, I’m just going to trust that the animals are guiding me in the right direction. Super hard to do – as this is scary! We haven’t moved in more than 13 years and we’ve never built a house! But, if I’m going to do this work as a professional animal communicator, I really need to walk my walk.

You can get messages like this from the animals too. You don’t have to be psychic – you just have to TRUST what is seems like they are telling you. Don’t double-check, just go with it.

So yeah, we’re moving to Maine. <3

Love and Light,

10 replies
  1. Karen Shea
    Karen Shea says:

    Congratulations! That is so unexpected and exciting!!! I, too, pay attention to the signs from animals, especially when it comes to buying a new place. I have lived in our current full-time residence for 23 years mostly in part to the animals and trees that keep me so grounded to this place. I can’t wait to hear how your new home and the animals expand your incredible gifts even more!!!

  2. Jody Crotty
    Jody Crotty says:

    Wow that really wonderful for you and your family! I’m super excited for the new adventures that are waiting for you! Can’t wait for the house warming party, lol!

  3. Pam
    Pam says:

    Danielle, such a brave and wonderful move! Even though with social media I knew the connection wouldn’t be lost, I was feeling sad knowing you would be leaving New England. I lived in the Portland Maine area and the lakes area of Bridgton for several years. Wonderful earth energies! Very happy for you all! Love, Pam

  4. Donna O
    Donna O says:

    Wow! Congrats! I hope it’s near an airport so you can fly to warmer places when you need to. And you can angle your house to get the warmth of the sun through windows or skylights. A lot of warmth bounces up off the snow. I just bought a house too, scary, but can’t wait to live there!

  5. Patty Daley
    Patty Daley says:

    TRUST, such a huge thing. The hawk and the deer for you were certainly bold signs that you are on the right track. You will love Maine. I suspect the energy there is good as well. I have only been once, but it’s energy is wonderful and home spun. Good luck and I miss you and all the Animal Communication group! <3 Patty Daley

  6. Karen. Khan
    Karen. Khan says:

    I am new to the group so thank you for the privilege of being included. I wanted to share that we moved to the Berkshires near Kripalu in Massachusetts in 2012 from Pennsylvania to escape hydrofracking.
    We have a homestead and wildlife sanctuary now, filled with so many bird and animal friends. Nature is still in good shape here. I am so thankful. I believe my present location is good for climate change. I think that Maine would be an excellent choice as well. Tuukka is making a good decision!

  7. Bonnie
    Bonnie says:

    WOW! I’ve been feeling that I want to be in Montana but don’t know if it’s just me loving the beauty of it or if there another reason why I’m feeling those feelings. Would love to know since it is so far away from New Jersey.


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