Love & Learn Numerology
- Numerology Workbook & Audio Course
- Introduction to Numerology
- The Life Path
- The Birth Day
- The Challenges
- Period Cycles
- The Expression
- The Minor Expression
- The Heart's Desire
- The Minor Heart's Desire
- Outer Personality and Minor Personality
- The Bridge numbers
- The Hidden Passion and Karmic Lessons
- The Subconscious Self number
- The Balance number
- First Vowel, Cornerstone, and Capstone
- Planes of Expression
- The Maturity number
- The Rational Thought number
- Personal Years, Months, and Days
- Transit and Essence cycles
- Pinnacle cycles
- The Hierarchy of Numerology chart
- A little practice
- Odds and Ends in numerology
A Course in Numerology - Part 20
The Personal Year, Month, and Day Numbers
Audio Lecture; The Personal Year number. 21 Minutes.
How to Find Your Personal Year Number.
To find your Personal Year number for any given year, add the month and the day of your birth, plus the Universal Year number for that year. For example, someone born on May 15 finds his or her Personal Year number for 2003 by adding 5 (May) plus 6 (the fifteenth day) plus 5 (2003) to arrive at a Personal Year number of 20, which is reduced to 2.
NOTE: The Personal Year cycles are based on the Universal Year cycles and therefore run concurrent with the calendar year. For more about the relationship between your Personal Year cycle, month of birth, and the Universal Year cycles, see www.decoz.com/numerology_tutor_personalyearcycles.htm.
Numerology chart showing Personal Year numbers.
The Personal Year number for 2003 is found inside the first “wagon wheel.”
The Current Personal Year – for the year in which the chart was made, is shown in the small inner circle of the “wagon wheel.” The 2003 Personal Year number for Tom is 6. The second “wagon wheel” shows next year’s Personal Year number, and the third has the Personal Year number for the year after that.
Surrounding the Personal Year, are the 12 pie shaped spaces devoted to the months of the year. Each of these spaces contains a letter to indicate the calendar month, and a number revealing the Personal Month cycle number for that particular month. (See below for Personal Month and Day calculation methods.) For example, in the figure above, the Personal Year number for 2003 is 6. Between the spokes for 9 and 10 o’clock, we see a “j” for January, and the number 7 to indicate that Tom’s Personal Month number for January, 2003 is 7. The “f” is for February, which is an 8 Personal Month, and so forth.
The top row of the wave reveals the person’s age. As you can see, Tom will be 40 in the early part of 2003, and 41 after his birth day. Each column in the wave is one year.
In the lower part of the wave, you see the number 6. This row has also been assigned to the Personal Year numbers, reflecting the Personal Year number for each year from 1982 through 2032.
NOTE: You may have noticed that there is a gap between the 7th and 8th row of the wave, and that the last three rows appear to have shifted to the left. This shift illustrates the fact that the cycles in the upper part of the wave run from birth day to birth day, and the cycles in the lower part of the wave run from January through December. Tom was born in July. Therefore, the cycles in the lower part of the wave started 7 months before his birth, or more accurately, Tom was born when those cycles were already in place, because they are connected to the Universal Year cycles.
THE PERSONAL MONTH AND DAY CYCLES
Audio Lecture; The Personal Month and Personal Day cycles. 3 Minutes.
Just as we evolve through a nine-year cycle, so, too, do we experience nine-month and nine-day cycles, even though their impact is subtle compared to the Personal Year cycle. The Personal Month and Personal Day cycles proceed according to the same pattern - 1 through 9 - that the Personal Year cycle does. The numbers within the monthly and daily cycles have a similar, though less pronounced, impact on us than the yearly cycle has.
We can think of the yearly, monthly, and daily cycles as spirals within spirals, all interconnected. In any case, the patterns are essentially the same. They widen and encompass greater sweeps of time - daily, monthly, and yearly patterns - thus becoming more profound and powerful as they grow.
How to Find Your Personal Month and Personal Day numbers.
To find your Personal Month, add the single-digit value of the month to your Personal Year number. For example, someone with a 5 Personal Year who wants to know his Personal Month for July should add the 5 (for the Personal Year cycle) to the 7 (for July) and arrive at 12, which is reduced to 3. July is a 3 Personal Month for someone in the 5 Personal Year.
To find your Personal Day number, add the number of the day to your Personal Month number and reduce the result to a single digit.
THE MEANING OF THE PERSONAL YEAR NUMBERS
Your Personal Year number is a strong indication of the trends and circumstances you will experience during the year ahead. Your Personal Year cycles are based on the Universal Year cycles and therefore run concurrent with the calendar year. Transit and Essence cycles are based on the letters of your name and run from birth date to birth date.
There are nine personal year numbers, which makes up a complete Epicycle. Each Epicycle reveals the progression or evolution of a specific part of your growth. Your progress along this Epicycle can be seen very logically, from the infancy or beginning of a growth period in your life, to the conclusion or culmination of that process. The 1 personal year indicates your first steps in a new direction. The years that follow indicate your progress along this path, concluding with your 9 Personal Year, which completes the cycle. Below is a description of your current Personal Year. It indicates where you are on the 9 year Epicycle.
The Personal Years form the building steps that mark your progress through life.