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Empower Your Life with Your House Number
There are no accidents. We subconsciously choose our homes for a reason. The numerology of our house number reveals energies that support us, and those that provide the lessons we need. When we're aware of those energies, we can intentionally use them to empower us.
Each vibration gives us exactly what we need. Combined with Feng Shui, it's a powerful tool for choosing your next home.
In the steps that follow, note the energy you were unconsciously attracted to when you chose your homes, present and past.
Here's how to calculate the numerology of your home:
Add each number. If the total is more than 9, add those numbers to get a number between 1 and 9. For example:
658 Knoll Street is a 1 vibration 6+5+8=19 1+9=10 1+0=1
1006 Wellington Road is a 7 vibration 1+0+0+6=7
If you have an apartment number and a street number, the apartment number will have the strongest impact, but both will influence you. For example:
#59-2520 Johnson Road. Your primary influence is a 5 vibration, and secondary is a 9 vibration.
Below you will discover the energy each number represents. Have fun with this. Discover the energy associated with your home and how you can use this to support your journey through life.
The Number 1: represents independence and new beginnings, self-development, individuality, creativity Possible Challenges: completing things, going it alone, you may feel isolated
Suggestions: intentional self-growth, ask for and receive support
The Number 2: represents marriage/partnerships, relationship lessons, giving to others, connection with others in the home, peace and diplomacy, empathy
Possible Challenges: oversensitivity, can appear to exclude others
Suggestions: listen to your inner voice, be involved in the outside world
The Number 3: represents miracles, openness, optimism, expansion, self-expression, big vision for your life, rich social life
Possible Challenges: expand too quickly, scattered energies, 'enjoy now pay later' tendency
Suggestions: time in nature to stay grounded, focus on self-care and balance, stay connected with others
The Number 4: represents stability, healing, wholeness, being grounded, fulfillment and security in work, service to others, productivity
Possible Challenges: healing and work can make it seem like there is no play
Suggestions: take time to have fun, focus on balance
The Number 5: represents change, freedom, adventure, excitement, manifesting desires, communication, travel, romance
Possible challenges: things get magnified - the good and the bad, life can seem like a whirlwind, you might feel hemmed in
Suggestions: take time to make important decisions, be intentional about your goals, make use of this powerful energy to manifest what you want
The Number 6: represents self-harmony, balance, social responsibility, family, creativity
Possible challenges: giving too much, becoming reclusive
Suggestions: seek balance between giving to others and self-care, get out into the world
The Number 7: represents solitude, inner wisdom, contemplation, sanctuary, dreams, visions
Possible Challenges: difficult space to share with others, spiritual rather than material focus, and "no one understands me"
Suggestions: use your creativity to find like minded people - they are out there.
The Number 8: represents wholeness, abundance in all areas, empowerment, leadership, public recognition, inner peace
Possible Challenges: money issues, being self-centered
Suggestions: express gratitude, use this energy to learn abundance lessons, consider the welfare of others
The Number 9: represents completions, humanitarianism, wisdom, generosity, compassion, good fortune
Possible Challenges: in seeing the big picture you might miss seeing an aspect of yourself that needs energy
Suggestions: live your truth and be an example to others, use this energy to experience life mastery
The energy of each number has both light and dark energy. We can learn from both.
Ask yourself, what is the energy of my present home? Where is my challenge? How can I learn from this?
Next time you look for a new home, check the house number. It may help you choose an environment which will support you to be your best.
About the author:
Vicky White is a Certified Feng Shui Consultant & Life Coach. For a FREE e-course "Your Secret Weapon: A Radical Path to Effortless Attraction" go to: http://www.LifeDesignStrategies.com
Ask questions and look for answers. I do not think there are any bad questions. But sometimes there are bad answers, so be sure you are dealing with a trusted source. Check out the other feng shui energy articles too. I will be very happy if this has helped.
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