At the recent 2nd FEN WORKSHOP session, one student asked about the relevance of using numerology to find good house numbers. As I have not done many case studies and research on house numbers, I told the class I could not comment much on its usefulness.
I have my reasons for not pursuing further research on house numbers. While I acknowledge it (i.e., using numerology to look at house numbers) has its usefulness, and the energies could be manifested to influence someone, or household members, it does have its limits too.
Technically, you can check on a house number to determine suitability and beneficial energies. However, you must also remember that unless you are the only person staying in the house, the favourable energies to you might not be beneficial to another occupant staying in that house too. Here’s the hard truth – what might be perfect for the husband may not be suitable for the wife, or the children. Or the parents or in-laws staying at the same house.
To determine a suitable house number that is beneficial to all occupants could take time, effort, and trials and errors. That said, the need for frequent test and retest, and adjustments are required as each occupant has their own life path charts, periodic vibes (from the Personal Year, Month, and Day charts), and beliefs. Because of its complexity and often confusing results, some professionals would choose the easiest and direct way – get the birth date of the main breadwinner or just the main client, to determine the good house number.
Every number has its positive and negative traits. For example, The number 8 need not always means stressful at home, or money management issues. Instead, the number 8 can also mean the ability (to command and control) and responsibility to manage stress and money. In Cantonese, the number 8 sounds like “Fatt” which means “Prosperity.” Next, the number 4 doesn’t mean the occupants would feel emotional and insecure – it could be about creating a better foundation at home, and setting the innovative base to inspire a person. The number 4 in Cantonese sounds like “die.” Does that means everyone staying in a house with unit numbers having 4 or the resulting number is 4, will have suicidal thoughts or feeling emotional regularly?
House numbers are just like the LifeCode pattern popularised in PON, UCMHP, LifeQuest, and other PON-style courses. It can be a double-edge sword that can make you feel great, and as well as stressing you up. When applied wrongly, it can be detrimental to the occupants’ health. There are broken families staying in so-called good sounding house numbers, or beneficial house numbers for the main occupants. But yet, the family member could not enjoy peaceful and joyful times at home because the vibes and energies of the house number are not in harmony with the children. Hence, we get to see, hear, or read about heated quarrels, fights, and disagreements in the house, even though the family members are closely united, and friendly to their neighbours. Then again, there are many happy families staying in houses with not so good house numbers when calculated using certain numerology method.
Tolerance, understanding, cohesiveness, patience, and respect for each family member are more important than having a good, calculated house number based on numerology or other metaphysics method. That said, different metaphysics might have conflicting signs with the same house number. Which method do you choose? Unless you are a wealthy person with many houses with different house numbers, you can always stay at a specific house for a certain period when favourable energies are current. And then move to another house when the periodic energies are unfavourable. That, to many people, is not practical. Eventually, you might become more obsessed and paranoid in your own virtual world, and remained controlled by your wild imaginary thoughts rather than enjoying the positiveness in every number present in the real, practical world.
You can do more research on the house number if you are “into” it. It’s OK and perfectly normal to pursue your curiosity. I believe house numbers do have a role in numerology in harmonising the energies. House numbers are slightly different from mobile numbers, which are more personal. Maybe you might find some relevance and usefulness in house numbers, and I do encourage you to continue applying the techniques you’ve learned to derive useful house numbers.
I’m a practical person. Perhaps one reason why I didn’t pursue further on house number is because I know how to apply ‘landform’ FengShui methods to determine the good house energies, and know how to enhance the periodic Qi regularly without relying on big and expensive symbolic ornaments, like what some popular FengShui professionals are promoting.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun