Example: A person born July 16th would add 7 (July) + 16 and 7 (2+0+1+4) = 3. Their personal year is 3. Your personal year is in effect from your birthday in 2014 to your birthday in 2015. Once you have your birthday in 2015, substitute 2015 for 2014 in the calculation.
Personal year 1
Spending time with young children will be very enjoyable. A short day trip to a place of leisure or another city would be a good way to spend the time, especially on Feb 12th.
Personal year 2
You excel at following routines and deadlines this week, take advantage by getting your errands done. You are able to be clear and straightforward in the way you communicate so send out emails, letters and phone calls now.
Personal year 3
Variety is the spice of life, you may find yourself craving for something different. To satisfy this urge take a chance on talking to a new person or trying a new activity or place.
Personal year 4
If you find yourself with too much responsibility, don’t hesitate to delegate tasks. If you already find that you have accepted enough commitments do not feel pressure to take any new ones.
Personal year 5
You may benefit from spending some time alone to think, read or meditate. Writing your thoughts in a journal may be cathartic.
Personal year 6
Getting work done comes easier now, you find that you are able to look at things with a realistic frame of mind. Use this efficiency to lay the groundwork for future projects.
Personal year 7
There is a need to be assertive and firm when discussing issues, otherwise you may find that your concerns are not adequately being heard. This is a good time for tying up loose ends of projects that are near completion.
Personal year 8
Be courageous in explaining/ persuading people of your thoughts and ideas, someone must bring them so others can consider them. Also be open to the innovative ideas of other people, even if they seem far-fetched.
Personal year 9
A friend is counting on you to be there in their time of need, oftentimes listening and being empathetic is enough and you may be pleasantly surprised at how much that helps them.