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What is Your Home's Numerology? (31 Days of Nest Building: day 27)

Have you heard of numerology? In case you haven’t, Wikipedia defines it as “belief in divine, mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events.” There are plenty of books or websites where you can learn what your number is (yes, you have one) and what that says about your personality.

Well, I was reading Sacred Space: Clearing and Enhancing the Energy of Your Home by Denise Linn and found out numerology can be applied to addresses. Addresses!

So, of course, I figured out my house’s number. To do this you basically keep adding the digits of your house number together until you are left with a single digit. So if your house number was 1209, for example, you would add 1 + 2 + 0 + 9 which equals 12. This isn’t a single digit yet, so you add 1 + 2 = 3. This address would be a three.

My house is a two. A home with a two vibration is supposed to be good for connecting couples. Additionally, Linn says…
“Living in a Two home you will have a strong desire for peace and harmony through diplomacy. … Gardens, music, art and magic all flourish in a Two home. You will develop your gentle nature and a desire for harmony. This is a perfect house to explore and develop your psychic and intuitive abilities.”

There you go. Sounds like a magical home.

Incidentally, my previous house was a seven… the perfect home for someone to live in alone. We had a family of four and sometimes six. Ooops.

Curious about your home? Find it’s numerology meaning here: Address Analyzer at Numerology.com

Let me know what you learn and if it fits how you feel in your home.

31days-webThroughout October, I will be continuing this story  of getting acquainted with my home and making it my own as part of the 31 days challenge. Catch up on any posts you may have missed here: 31 Days of Nest Building.

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