Your house number represents a very specific
energy that can attract certain experiences (negative and positive ones)
into your life. Each number represents positive and negative characteristics
and no number is better than another.
When analyzing a house number, you look at the individual numbers as well as
at the reduced number. For example, someone with the house number 84 would
look at the reduced number: 8 + 4 = 12 = 1 + 2 = 3 and at the single digits
8 and 4.
In the above example, the reduced number 3 is the most important number and
describes the basic energies someone living in this house will have to deal
with. The single digits 8 and 4 add additional energies, but they will have
only a minor influence.
When thinking about buying or renting a house, be especially aware of the
karmic debt numbers 13, 14, 16 and 19. These numbers are likely to confront
you with challenging experiences.
You might consider house numbers that represent one of the karmic debt
numbers only, if you want to learn to focus and direct your energies in one specific directin (13);
if you want to develop flexibility and adaptability (14); if you would like to break down the old you and if you are
aspiring to a path of deep soul searching (16); or if you feel a need to be
alone and to face life's challenges without the help and support of others
As I already mentioned, your house number adds additional energies and
experiences to your life, but the influence of this number is much less
important than those of your core numbers and other numbers derived from
your full name and date of birth. However, understanding the principles of
numerology may help you to choose a house that better aligns with your own
personality and aims in life.