Your Year 2003
What Opportunities Does 2003 Have To Offer You?
Most of us have the desire to know more about ourselves, those around us, and the events that affect our lives. We want to understand the "why's" and "wherefore's" of life and how to respond to them. There are many sciences that can tell us something about ourselves and others (e.g., numerology, astrology, palmistry, tarot, and handwriting analysis). Probably the least known of these sciences is Numerology.
Numerology is the science of interpreting numbers and their relationship to each other. Numerology, as practiced in the West is based on a system developed by the Greek mathematician Pythagoras.
Cosmic Numerology, a branch I’ve added to the tree of Numerology, is a melding of the science of Numerology with the concepts of reincarnation. Cosmic Numerology is the study of the patterns associated with the numbers and letters that make up our realities. Whether it’s a name, an illness or disease, an address or foods, chemicals, minerals, colors or cravings, they all have one thing in common; they symbolize the interrelationships of the energies and events that affect our lives. Numbers and letters represent the codes of creation. Cosmic Numerology views these codes as being generated by conscious choice.
I believe that you selected your particular name, time and place of birth, as well as your parents and siblings. The purpose of these choices is to allow us to evolve spiritually.
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In this article, I would like to discuss the vibrations of the personal year (PY). The PY cycle lasts nine years with each preceding year setting the tone for the following year. The PY begins on January 1 and lasts until December 31. (For a more detailed explanation of the personal year (PY), visit my website www.awakener.com and read the article on “What 2003 Has In Store.”)
How to Determine Your Personal Year (PY)
The PY is found by adding your month and day of birth together then reducing the sum to a single digit. Add that digit to the current year, which has also been reduced to a single digit. For example, 12/11 (December 11) added together equals 32. Add 3+2, for a total of 5. Then add the digits of 2003; the total is 5. Next add both totals 5+5=10 1+0=1. The year 2003, is a 1 personal year.
A "One" Year New beginnings.
Masculine energy (assertive behavior) is required for initiating your plans. This year sets the tone for the remainder of the cycle. You will begin to feel this energy by late October of the preceding year. It is an ideal year for starting new projects. Do not expect to start a new personal relationship as all of your energy should be directed toward birthing the project decided upon in the 7 PY.
A "Two" Year Cooperation.
Feminine energy (intuition /cooperation) is required for seeking, accepting, or offering help. This is a year when the ego should be put on a shelf. This is a year for beginning or ending relationships. You will meet many people that will help you along your path.
A "Three" Year Social Activity. This is an ideal time to renew old friendships and form new ones. It is a year of creativity, manifestation and for expressing your Self through art or music. Have fun! Bring joy into people's lives. It is a time when the ideas and plans implemented in the 1 PY come to fruition. This is the best year, other than a 1 PY, to birth new ideas.
A "Four" Year Focus on work.
You may feel "boxed-in" or "put-upon" or a sense of limitation. The 4 represents the foundation. It is time to concentrate on work and to pay attention to the details. It is not the time to take a vacation. You cannot depend on others for help as they will not do the job to your satisfaction and it will take more time to educate them than it would to do the job yourself.
A "Five" Year A year of change.
Halfway through the nine year cycle, you now have the opportunity to "start again." You can change your job, travel, indulge the physical senses (within moderation), enjoy a flirtation, seek a change in employment. Personal freedom will be at its peak, take advantage of it. Travel, whether as short trips or a long journey, will be high on the agenda this year.
A "Six" Year A year of service and responsibility.
Beginning this year and lasting until the end of this nine year cycle, the obligation is to put the needs of other's ahead of your own. Like the 2 PY it is also a good year for beginning or ending relationships. It is also a good time to deal with real estate in any form --- buying, selling, renting out a property or fixing one up. Be charitable, tolerant, and forgiving. Emit love . . . do not go to bed angry.
A "Seven" Year A year of self-analysis.
What is decided upon now and developed throughout the 8 PY and 9 PY, determines the spiritual direction and level of conscious satisfaction for the next nine year cycle. The 7 PY is the time Spirit gives you to figure out who you are and where you are going. By September 25th of the 7 PY, you must decide where you want to go, what you want to be, and how you are going to get there.
An "Eight" Year A year of money and finance.
Having developed faith, patience, and self-awareness in your 7 PY, it is time to "strut your stuff." If you cooperated in your 2 PY, kept you nose to the grindstone in the 4 PY, and were of service in your 6 PY, then you will be rewarded either materially or financially (or both) this year; if not, this will be a very difficult year . . . one of financial hardships or karmic paybacks.
A " Nine" Year
A year of endings and letting go. A time of travel, especially long distance. This year is the "final exam." All that you have learned throughout the current cycle you will be called upon to use this year. Start nothing new that you wish to continue. This is an excellent year to end associations or dealings with those that are getting you down. Minimize the ego's reactions to losses and letting go emotionally, by realizing that you are preparing your Self for the new beginnings of the 1 PY.
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By: Michael Brill