Exciting times! The month of March is the start of a brand new 9-month numerology cycle (3 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 3 = 10; 1 + 0 = 1), bringing the promise of new beginnings, and opening us up to new possibilities. We are on the first step on a path forward to greater fulfillment and a deeper connection with ourselves and each other.

The magnetic field around the Earth is weakening, permitting higher frequency rays to enter the Earth’s atmosphere. All life on Earth is undergoing a mega-transformation. Latent DNA strands are being activated and our physical bodies are becoming more crystalline. Working in harmony with this month’s vibration, these higher frequencies are supportive of increased feelings of wellbeing. 

Number 1 is attributed to the Sun and the zodiac sign of Leo, gifting us with new ideas and enthusiasm to quickly move us forward. Creative ideas or projects that we’ve put on the back burner are impatiently waiting for our attention. Whether we have a gardening project in mind, or perhaps are thinking of taking a short course, we can start the ball rolling by doing initial preparation or making preliminary enquiries. If we’ve been dreaming about taking an overseas trip, now is the time to start organising. This is also an ideal time to commence a new work project, or interview for that job we’ve been considering.   

 We should not forget that the 7 vibration is highly active throughout 2023. When combined with the 1 energy of March, our concentration and focus is amplified. The 7 also adds discernment. In the work arena we are likely to be productive and resourceful, so it’s likely to be full steam ahead. 

Since this month can be a busy time for most, we may at times, feel lonely. The 1 energy of this month and its relationship to the Sun can be helpful. If we’re early risers it may be possible for us to go outdoors to see the Sun come above the horizon. My early morning routine is to meditate in my healing room, although thinking about this, I could just as easily head to the beach at sunrise and meditate there. I also love being outside in the early evening to catch the Sun before it sinks below the horizon. The Sun and the stars provide a sense of connection; and a remembrance that we are not alone. 

On another note, with the move into a new 9-month numerology cycle, the timing seems appropriate to include house numbers as a topic in my monthly newsletters. 

A house number tells an interesting story. We know, for example, that a house with a street address of number 240 is set in a reasonably long street, and is a stand-alone house, not a duplex or flat. The house number also describes the nature or personality of the house. This personality was formed when the house was built, and the house number registered with the local land authority.

The house number gives the house its own individual vibration or energy. Its nature does not change when, as new occupants, we put our own stamp on it.

In calculating a house number, we reduce the number to a single digit between 1 and 9. For example, 21 Pinetree Way is a 3 house (2 + 1 = 3) and 194 Raymond Avenue is a 5 (1 + 9 + 4 = 14; 1 + 4 = 5). 

There is one exception to this rule. If the house number is 11, 22, 33 or 44, or the number reduces to one of these four compound numbers, they are called Master numbers. As such, these numbers remain as double digits, although the base number still applies. 

Here’s a snippet about the Number 1 house:

The number 1 house is likely to stand out in some way, perhaps because of its imposing design or its position in the street. Alternatively, this house can look lonely. It may be isolated or separate from other houses, perhaps placed at a different angle on a corner block. 

This house teaches independence to its occupants. Innovative ideas flourish and creativity and learning go hand in hand. It is important to maintain outside interests and connections otherwise loneliness may result.