Period Cycles last 27 years or more. The minimum time-span is always at least 3 full epi-cycles of 9 years, but they can be longer - up to 35 years as is the case with those who have a 1 Life Path.
The Period Cycles are usually not as strongly felt as the Pinnacle Cycles. Therefore, we only devote two or three paragraphs to each Period Cycle.
These cycles form the base structure of all the cycles found in your chart, including the Life Path, the Pinnacles, the Challenges, and the medium-term and short-term cycles we will discuss later.
The table above shows the duration of your the Period Cycles based on your Life Path.
Like most stories, there are three great divisions of our lives: the First, or opening period, finds us groping to find our true nature; at the same time, we are trying to cope with the powerful forces that are present in our environment, our parents and the socio-economic conditions of our family, for example. The Second Cycle, or middle period of our lives, brings about the slow emergence of our individual and creative talents. The initial part of this cycle - the early and mid 30s - represents a struggle to find our place in the world, while the late 30s, 40s, and early 50s, sees us with a greater degree of self-mastery and influence over the environment. The Third, or final Cycle, can represent a flowering of our inner being, such that our true nature has finally come to fruition. It is during this period that one has the greatest degree of self-expression and power.
It is possible to repeat a Period Cycle.
The ages that Period Cycles influence you vary from person to person based on the Life Path number. Remember you made a note of your Life Path number! If you didn't, and you forgot, you can go back to Life Path to refresh your memory.
Your First Period Cycle covers the early part of your life, from birth until age (see above). However, during childhood, the affect is minimal due to the many outside influences.
Your First Period Cycle is based on your Month of birth.
To go to your First Period Cycle, click the Month of your birth below:
Numbers derived from your date of birth