I recently received an email asking about my take on numerology. Numerology is the study of the metaphysical significance of numbers. I am not an expert in numerology, but I have found ways to use basic numerology that are simple and work for me. In this article, I’ll share with you some easy ways you can use numerology in your daily life.
Your Home Address
Looking for a new home? Want to know more about your current home? Add the numbers in your address until you get a single digit. Then, look up the meaning of the number online. One site I have found to be pretty accurate is NumberQuest.com. I also like Marcia Bender’s article, Numerology for Your Home and Business Address, and found the descriptions to be accurate for several home addresses in my family. Even though some sites suggest converting the name of your street into numbers and adding that to the calculations, I didn’t find that to be as accurate (and it takes longer). For me, simply adding the numbers in my address led to an accurate result.
So how do I use this information? Mark and I have moved several times since we’ve been together, and each time I considered the numerology of the home before signing a lease. The second home we lived in together was a #8 house, which generally lends itself to work work work and money money money. I thought this sounded like a good thing (especially the money), but after a while I realized that in that home, all we did was work. We barely had time for meals, and often we would eat while we were working. After a year there, I decided #8 homes were not ideal for me.
Another easy daily way to incorporate numerology is when you see repeated numbers, or if you see a number that stands out to you for some reason. For example, you may have a day where you see the number one everywhere. You look at the clock and see that it’s 1:11, you go to a restaurant with the address 111, and you go shopping and happen to spend $1.11. Finally you think, “What’s going on here?” In another scenario, you may dream of a series of numbers and remember them when you wake up. Those numbers probably have significance as well.
So what do these numbers mean? Numbers may have different meanings depending on the person. I always feel like 8’s indicate financial success or positive work, but to my father-in-law, 8’s mean financial difficulties and debt. I encourage you to look online or in numerology books and find the meanings that feel right to you. If certain numbers have particular significance to you because of events in your life, take those meanings into account as well.
Here’s a quick list of my associations:
If I get a series of numbers, I often look at them as a number sentence. Let’s say I’m thinking about what I can do to take my business to the next level. Maybe that night I have a dream with the sequence 2-3-8, and the dream is about my business. My number sentence might be – When Mark and I work as a team (2) to come up with creative solutions (3), it will lead to even more financial and business success (8).
I hope this gives you some ideas of how you can start incorporating numerology into your life. Everything has energy, including numbers. Using numerology can give you extra insight into important decisions, like you next home 🙂
Do you use numerology? How do you incorporate it into your daily life?
Lots of love to you!
Melanie Jade 🙂