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personal year 2In the last month of year of 2015, we are moving into the seat of endings and also closer to new beginnings. This makes for a good time to contemplate on what we may have achieved, learned, participated in and grown through. Equally this review naturally leads to ideas and hopes for the next year. We may have thoughts about the next step in our journey, or feelings which direct us toward or away from something. In 2016 the universal year is a number 9 (2+0+1+6 = 9), but what is your personal year number?

Tapping into Your Right Timing

When you know what numerological year you are in, you open the door to a great deal of knowledge and wisdom, which can assist you with flowing more naturally with the energies and lessons arising.

Ultimately you will move through your year with certain things happening and opportunities arising, unconsciously or consciously. However knowing what is in store ahead of time can really benefit you, allowing you to recognise and take advantage of correct timing, appropriate decision making and heightened personal growth. Having this knowledge, helps you to place yourself appropriately in the grand scheme of your life. It can lead to acceleration of things on your path.

Work Out Your Personal Year

How to work out your numerology personal year for 2015/2016:

Add your day of birth and month of birth to the current year. For example

21st April +2015

3 + 4 + 2 + 0 + 1 + 5 = 15

Reduce to a single digit, even in the case of master numbers

1+5 = 6 Your personal numerology year for 2015 has been number 6

Therefore in 2016 your personal year will become a number  7. You will move up one number each year, until you reach a number 9 year, in this case you begin in a number  1 the following year.

Once you have worked yours out, read the corresponding number below to find out what has been happening for you over the last twelve months and what is to come.

1 New beginnings, independence, self-sufficiency Increase your independence and start something new
2 Peace, relationships, patience, team-work Enjoy taking it easy and helping/being with others
3 Social life, fun, creative pursuits, expression Have a laugh, unleash your creative/fun side and play
4 Hard-work, career, perseverance, obstacles Face limitation, commit to hard-work and planning
5 Freedom, travel, change, reinvention, adventure Change something, travel or explore new horizons
6 Love, family, home, parenting, responsibility Enjoy affection, nurture your inner child, be generous
7Analysis, spirituality, solitude, study, quiet time Take time out to reflect, journey inward and meditate
8 Money, material comfort, goal setting, success Set firm goals to accomplish and focus on prosperity
9 Review, end of era, healing past, de-cluttering Heal past wounds and unwanted habits/ behaviours

You can also compare what is happening in your personal year to what is occurring globally in the universal year.

What the world has been learning about in 2015 – Number 8: Willpower, material balance, abundance, achievement and prosperity.    

What the world is learning about in 2016 – Number 9: Surrender, endings, healing, selflessness, emotion, clarity and wisdom

Do you feel ready for 2016? Here’s my Top Tips to get the best from your year ahead…

Maybe spend some time meditating or contemplating on your personal year number and the things you want to change or incorporate. Ensure your decisions are realistic and best suited to the year you will be in. Below is a personal action plan for each numerological year:

Year 1: Best courses of action

  • Develop your own autonomy further
  • Enjoy your own company
  • Start a new hobby or past time
  • Find ways to be yourself
  • Become more self-reliant
  • Take your career up a notch or branch out into other areas

Best to avoid:

  • Outdated situations
  • People who you no longer resonate with
  • Following the crowd
  • Becoming co-dependent
  • Asking others for their advice rather than consulting your own feelings
  • Victim or “poor me” mentality

Year 2: Best courses of action

  • Enjoy and extend your relationships
  • Be helpful and cooperative
  • Develop sensitivity
  • Set healthy boundaries
  • Embrace the rewards of being in an effective team
  • Give back to those who give to you

Best to avoid:

  • Selfish drives
  • Making any large or radical changes
  • Too much time alone
  • Becoming impatient
  • Taking on too much on your own back
  • Creating conflict

Year 3: Best courses of action

  • Enjoy gatherings and get-togethers
  • Work out what makes you happy
  • Develop your own sense of style
  • Let go and have a giggle
  • Embrace your inner creativity
  • Use your magnetism to attract people and success

Best to avoid:

  • People who wish to continually spoil your fun
  • Becoming too superficial
  • Losing touch with your purpose
  • Restrictive and oppressive atmospheres
  • Over eating or drinking
  • Hiding your emotions and words

Year 4: Best courses of action

  • Commit to your responsibilities
  • Find ways to overcome challenges
  • Develop a determined attitude
  • Reward yourself for a good job done
  • Pay attention to detail
  • Follow a well thought-out structure

Best to avoid:

  • Giving up too easily
  • Letting stress consume you
  • Being indecisive or flighty
  • Over thinking things
  • Putting your head in the sand
  • Taking your eye of the target

Year 5: Best courses of action

  • Overcome restlessness by channelling creativity
  • Find ways to experience more freedom
  • Develop an exercise regime
  • Do something adventurous
  • Try a new hobby or past time
  • Think of ways to change / adapt yourself

Best to avoid:

  • Addictive, impulsive behaviours
  • Being reckless
  • Overly boring people
  • Sticking to stagnant routines
  • Situations which restrict you from growing
  • Giving into fear of the unknown

Year 6: Best courses of action

  • Overcome barriers to love
  • Find ways to be generous
  • Develop a caring approach
  • Make your home a place of warmth
  • Try to take better responsibility for yourself
  • Learn to nurture your inner child

Best to avoid:

  • Being irresponsible and childish
  • Armouring your heart
  • Being a “fixer / rescuer”
  • Too much time in selfish concerns
  • Self-deprecating behaviour
  • Giving conditional love

Year 7: Best courses of action

  • Accept any setbacks or detours for now
  • Delve deeper into your being
  • Allow time for solitude and tranquillity
  • Analyse your life’s meaning
  • Plan for a realistic, enjoyable future
  • Study something new and welcome in knowledge

Best to avoid:

  • Taking on too much activity
  • Becoming depressed or apathetic
  • Denial or delusion about you or your reality
  • Forcing or pushing for different results
  • Paranoia or over worrying
  • Making drastic changes

Year 8: Best courses of action

  • Overcome blocks to your success
  • Set appropriate goals to achieve
  • Use a step by step process for your natural creativity
  • Use balance in how you spend money and attract things
  • Focus on developing contentment and satisfaction
  • Learn to continually motivate yourself

Best to avoid:

  • Becoming materialistic
  • Giving in to unconscious insecurities
  • Resist over inflating yourself or being vein
  • Being overly result driven
  • Focusing on too many things at once
  • Creating unrealistic targets

Year 9:  Best courses of action

  • Allowing past feelings to surface
  • De-cluttering your life ready for renewal
  • Ending unhelpful habits
  • Reflecting and contemplating
  • Letting go and being present
  • Giving and selfless acts

Best to avoid:

  • Holding onto your attachments
  • Being selfish or overly self absorbed
  • Starting something new
  • Fighting with past demons
  • Going round in circles
  • Unrewarding, tired situations

Make the most out of your numbers…

Have a happy Christmas and a prosperous, transformational start to 2016!

Feel free to leave your questions and comments below

About Hanna Ehlers-Bond MA

Hanna Ehlers – Bond is a psychotherapist and numerologist. She’s helped thousands of people through personal coaching, events and her YouTube channel, to enrich and empower their lives. Utilizing her psychology training, along with a passion for numerology, she’s formed a unique life review model. Along with other holistic tools, this type of road map is used to assist people with self-development and motivation. Hanna also specializes in ME/CFS recovery, after having experienced crippling chronic illness for four years. Find out more at LifePathInspiration.com.

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