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The personal year number will help you see in advance the theme for the year. Is it a good year to start a new job, change your residence, or begin or end a relationship? The personal year number is found by adding the number of the month of your birth, the day of your birth, and the calendar year. You can use the current year or any year you would like to know about. Use all four digits of the year 2013, not just 12. An example is Norma Jean's birthday of June 1st. So for the year ahead we should add 1(day)+6(month)+2+0+1+2=12. Then reduce to a single digit 1+2=3.
Norma Jean would have been expecting a year vibrating with energy of a three.
Personal years repeat in nine-year cycles. The start of every new cycle is an opportunity to start fresh, with new chances to learn about yourself and the world. If you resist or refuse to learn you will usually find yourself in the same situations, over and over until you do.
Some basic ideas about what a personal year number might bring for you in any given year are as follows.
The One Year: The start of a new cycle of nine years. Time to take action steps toward making your dreams come true. There are new opportunities this year to overcome obstacles and limitations of all kinds. New jobs, and new relationships might start up now. Alternately current jobs or relationships may become more involved or committed, maybe offers of promotion or marriage.
The Two Year: A year for putting energy and focus into what was started last year. If last year was difficult, filled with conflict, resistance, or opposition, then be ready for more. This is to force you grow and learn co-operation and sharing. Once you achieve inner balance and harmony then you can attract the right partner for you.
The Three Year: Creativity and self-expression are highlighted this year. New friendships and business contacts are opening up to you this year. This year might bring hidden fears into the light, if you ve worked out your fears already then expect to shine in social situations. You should have many parties to look forward to.
The Four Year: Fours are practical, basic concerns like security, reliability, a stable foundation, job, and work, business matters of all kinds. If you feel stuck in your career this could be a good year to change it. Learning to balance work and personal life, especially emotional is a challenge this year.
The Five Year: Change, growth, freedom, and pleasure. Learning through all kinds of travel and exploring. All things new are desired this year. A move to a new house, or city, new friends and interests could be in store. Restlessness, impulsiveness, and a need to break with the past and experience the new are also part of the energy of the year.
The Six Year: Service, sacrifice, responsibility to others, and a striving for harmony. Those who are single will desire companionship and marriage. This is a year to resolve issues in current relationships, either deepening the relationship or ending it.
The Seven Year: Philosophy, introspection, and meditation will be sources of focus. Some may find this year lonely, but solitude has a purpose in getting to know yourself. A seven year could mean separation. It is usually better to make sure any new bonds formed this year will stand the test of time before getting too involved.
The Eight Year: Power, leadership, increase, advancement, social status, and executive ability are all keywords of the eight year. The lesson is to learn to use your power correctly. This is a good year to attract a partner or strengthen a current relationship.
The Nine Year: The end of the cycle, it brings things to an end, while showing promise for new beginnings. Nine years can include a variety of events, opportunities, and experiences. Usually not a good year to get married, or start a new business, the energy would favor endings instead. It is a good time for letting go of bad habits, negative feelings, old emotional wounds, or even harmful beliefs. Now would be a good time to prepare for the new cycle about to begin.