There is so much to reveal about the place you call home, as the numbers in your address help determine the energy that surrounds you and the people you live with.
Learn which numbers to try to avoid while searching for a house, how to calculate your own house number, and what to take into consideration as you continue to share that energy on your own personal path of domesticity.
Karmic Debt numbers
The experiences you will have in your home can be predicted by your house number -- the good, the bad and everything in between. While no one number is any "worse" than another, there arenumbers you should try to avoid in a home address. These numbers are called Karmic Debt numbers: those that reduce or add up to 13, 14, 16 or 19. Karmic Debt numbers suggest challenges or obstacles as they relate to your personal life, be they in your personality or life path.
As it relates to your house address, a Karmic Debt number can attract difficulties and painful lessons, which may not necessarily be a bad thing. After all, if you're looking for a new home, chances are you're looking for a fresh start as well, whether it's through a new relationship or personal growth -- and a Karmic Debt number can help point you in the direction of self-improvement.
Find a match
There are many factors that go into choosing a home: price, location and size, to name a few. If choosing your own address out of a selection of possible homes is doable, first decide what your personal needs and wants are, and then try to find an address to match. For example, if you want to be more of a leader at work, you might want to consider an address where the number 1 (a number known for its leadership qualities) is prominent.
Ultimately, the number in your address (the number of the house, building or suite you'll live in) is far more important than the Numerology of the street name. That's because you share the street name's Numerological influence with everyone who lives on the street, while your home is much more personal to you specifically.