Based on your personal year, different numbers affect you in different months and weeks of the year. This makes certain feelings, experiences and trends more prevalent in one month over the other and from one week to the other. The Numerology forecast “Your Destiny in Numbers” takes a variety of number energies into account to provide you with a glimpse into the upcoming week.
Personal year calculation= your birth month (1=January, 2=February… 12= December) + your birthday + current year
Example: A person born July 16th would add 7 (July) + 16 and 8 (2+0+1+5) = 4. Their personal year is 4.
Personal year 1
Research and investigative work is favoured this week because you are able to cut through to the heart of the matter. Be direct in dealings with others and encourage them to do the same.
Personal year 2
In clearing out cluttered spaces you may find items that you are looking for. A good week for getting routine chores and errands done.
Personal year 3
Studying, reading and learning in general is productive as your mind is receptive to new information. A friend or family member may give you food for thought.
Personal year 4
Being in naturally beautiful spaces can be very inspiring, as can places near the water. Take some time to relax and unwind.
Personal year 5
If you go out looking for bargains and good deals, you will find them. A good time for making big ticket purchases.
Personal year 6
You will enjoy spending quality time with children, either your own or someone else’s. A good week for planning a social gathering or reunion.
Personal year 7
If you are thinking of switching directions in some area of your life, now is a very good time to gather information, talk to people and do research. Follow your gut instincts in making decisions.
Personal year 8
Going to a cultural event or one in which you will meet a great diversity of people is favoured. A new friend may introduce you to a perspective you hadn’t seen before.
Personal year 9
If you have made a promise to someone, it is best to keep it even if you are having second thoughts. Think twice before changing your mind on a certain course of action to analyze whether it really is best to do so.