Most of us buy or rent a home based on how it “feels”, “looks”, “location” and price. We move for various reasons, job change, bad neighbors, bad landlord, divorce, affordability and change in our financial status. Up until the current “Great Recession”, Americans were big movers. We would move on a whim. Being the Number 5 country in Numerology, we are the changers and movers. We want to know what is around the corner and take on the challenges to find out.
There is another very important consideration in making a move. That is the number on the unit or the house. Each house, condo or apartment–even your car–has its own number and blueprint. It was built in a certain year and was also purchased in a certain year. It has a distinct number on its door and that number stays for the life of the house or unit. It is registered and put on the tax rolls. You could say it has a birth date and a personality.
Your Home Has Feelings Too!
The number will describe the energy and atmosphere of the house. If the sum total of the number of the house reduces to the number “1”, you can say that this house enjoys independent people living in it. It encourages its inhabitants to take risks, stand on their own two feet and be able to start over or modify their lives on a regular basis. It is not necessarily a house for couples–especially if it is two lovebirds. The number one house can welcome couples but they must be independent people.
Now, if the number on your unit or your house matches one of your karmic numbers in your name (karmic numbers are the numbers you do NOT have in your birth name), then you intensify the karma in your birth chart while you live in that house. The house will continuously present you with the challenges of that number. For example, say you are missing the number “5” in your name. A person missing the number 5 doesn’t do well with much change. They make change slowly or not at all and want more of a routinized life. Once you move into a house number that reduces to a five (for example number 23–2 + 3 = 5) issues around change begin to happen. You have to make a job change, your job requires you to travel more, you have to have a home office, people keep coming in and out of your home creating more change. Just when you thought everything was set the way you like, you have to make important changes.
The Challenges of a Karmic House
Things can get very challenging and difficult if you do not know how to handle the energy of a karmic house. “If your house number is one of your Karmic corrections………,you will always be working on that Karma while you live in that house. This shows you why you just love certain houses and others you wish you had never moved into…….In an apartment building only use the apartment number and letters on your door. The general building numbers have relevance, but not as much as your individual apartment number.” From “Divine Design–How You Created the Life You Are Living” by Gail Minogue.