HOW TO CALCULATE THE NUMBER OF YOUR PERSONAL YEAR
First, you’ll need to find your personal year. Calculating this is very similar to calculating your Life Path number. Your Life Path in numerology can be found by simply adding the digits of the day and month you were born to the year of your last birthday.
An example: if you were born on 16th June 1980 your Life Path is
1+6+6+1+9+8+0 = 31, 3+1 = 4
Your personal year changes each year on your birthday. During the year 2015 your current Personal Year is found by adding:
1+6+6+2+0+1+5 = 21, 2+1 = 3
So your Personal Year is 3, until your birthday in 2016, when you will enter your Personal Year 4.
THE NUMEROLOGY MEANING OF THREE
Numerology meanings are quite varied in nature depending on what it pertains to: a cycle in life, a personality or a spouse/partner.
This personal year 3 is a year when you can go from strength to strength. Creativity rules and all the skills and talents you have can be expressed freely and productively. If you’ve labelled yourself ‘average’ you will now discover how you are unique. Certainly you’ll achieve a lot, but you’re unlikely to be driven by ambition, or uncover a ruthless streak. You’re exploring and developing yourself and can be joyful and carefree. Your sense of humour is flourishing and an amazing serendipity often puts you in the right place at just the right time. Lucky, lucky, lucky – make the most of it.
We have a suspicion that play makes people resourceful, but so many of us think we can get ahead with a load of long-faced graft. You know better now, and you’re liberating your inner child. Because you are more relaxed, you’re more open and observant. Instinctively, you’re spotting chances and exploiting them, tossing ideas around and allowing the most interesting and viable to lead you. Truly this can be an enjoyable year, but there’s a danger you could just coast along with the feeling ‘Life’s great.’ Remember, this might not continue next year, and you’ll be left with a sense of emptiness if you don’t use your opportunities to do something significant.
THINGS TO AVOID IN PERSONAL YEAR THREE
- Don’t be careless. Fortune is smiling on you but there is a limit
- Avoid wasting time. You can have a ball and still be getting somewhere
- Don’t neglect the feelings of others. Friends and acquaintances may be having a worse time than you are
- Never make fun of anyone. You might not mean it, but it could come back on you later
- Don’t miss opportunities. You may believe they will always be there, but they won’t
- Don’t overdo the parting. You can have too much of a good thing
THINGS TO DO IN PERSONAL YEAR THREE
- Develop as many skills and talents as you can, without scattering energy
- Create something significant and special that you and others admire – so paint that water-colour or write that novel
- Start a family, if that’s been on your mind
- Spend time with children – what can they teach you?
- Be open to all opportunities – don’t rule anything out because it’s unfamiliar
- Have a laugh
- Follow the line of least resistance more often than you usually do – see where it leads
- Enjoy works of art, gigs and concerts, plays and exhibitions
- Have a sense of mischief and look for the fun in all situations
- Do something crazy or different that’s been on your mind, such as a balloon-ride or exotic holiday
Even if you are usually quite shy, in this personal year 3 you can – and should – strut your stuff. What does it matter what others think? It may be easier than usual to detach from this, because having a good time is high on your list. Anything that’s held you back could be blasted out of the water. Self-expression is key. If you’ve been putting up with restrictions, they will become unbearable. Wet blankets are out!
It’s a good idea to keep a journal and take lots of photos, to hang on to the precious times and happy moments. In this way you’ll be able to re-live your Three Year experiences, for this numerology personal year is important to your faith in life. Partying is the order of the day, but you may also be very intense about what you want to do. ‘Life’s too short’ may be your favourite phrase. Remember it’s better to regret what you have done than what you haven’t, so say ‘yes’ to life.
PUBLISHED: 26 OCTOBER 2015