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Numerology consultations usually focus on a client’s personal numbers. However, when someone asks for advice regarding a move to a different address or a different country, or wonders whether their license plate is “unlucky” or their phone number is favorable to their goals and endeavors, the focus shifts from the numbers in their personal chart, to numbers that exist around them. I have always considered this interesting, because the link between an individual and the inanimate objects in their orbit puts a different spin on the fact that numerology is based on patterns.
I have heard people say that numbers have “vibrations.” The reality is numbers produce an effect in people’s perception. Numbers by themselves do nothing – they don’t send out rays or waves of any kind. Actually, they don’t even exist. Numbers are symbols. They, like all symbols, create a perception beyond their actual meaning. The number 7, for example, feels different and produces a different effect than the number 8. This perception is not based on whether someone favors one number over another; rather, the impression numbers carry have become embedded in our psyche over time (since we began using them thousands of years ago). Numerology is based on the fact that numbers have taken on personalities in our perception. At the same time, numbers, letters, and other symbols represent real patterns, such as dates, words, concepts, and belief systems. Patterns are linked to symbols that are linked to our interpretation of their personalities. Et voila – you have the basis, in part anyway, for the age-old science of numerology.
The numerology of numbers around you – your home or business address, phone number, car license plate, social security number – all affect you. The challenge is understanding how and when these symbols affect you. Your street address, of course, influences your home’s atmosphere. But because it is a minor aspect, the influence is by no means decisive. For example, if your address adds to 7, indicating a quiet, in-ward focused, scholarly, and serious influence, but you live there with five noisy, healthy, teenage kids and a couple of pets, the 7 influence will be minimal. However, if an already somewhat introverted, single individual moves to that address, the 7’s influence could significantly increase that person’s tendency to withdraw.
Similarly, if a phone number adds to 3 (numerology meaning: verbal, fun), and contains a few 2’s (good with people) and 9’s (artistic, sophisticated) it would be favorable for a hair salon, but not great for a construction company. However, to keep it in perspective, if the hair salon is not well managed or is in a bad location, all the 2’s, 3’s, and 9’s in the world won’t save it. If the construction company is well managed and run by smart, ambitious people, the phone number won’t make any measurable difference – but if it is just hanging in there, a bad phone number could just be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
As you can see, the numerology influence of the numbers around you can be without measurable effect, or impact the difference between success and failure. My advice? You might as well take it into account when you can. Taking numerology into consideration can’t harm, and it could be quite beneficial.