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How to find your Numerology Personal Year and Personal Month

Most of us know what our Astrological Sign is but we didn’t have to add, subtract, multiply, or divide
in order to find the result. You don’t have to do all those functions in order to find your Personal Year and Month either, but it’s a bit more tricky than Astrology.

Let’s take your birthday and find out what your personal year is, and I’ll use two examples: June 1st and December 28th. Grab a piece of paper and a pen.

You want to turn the month into a number and you want to use its calendar number. January is 1, February is 2, March is 3, June is 6, and December is 12. Put the number of your birth month on one line.

Our example would be:

Next, what day number were you born on? It will be between 1 and 31. Place that beside the birth month number.

Our example would be:

Now, add the current year = 2016

Our example would be:

Add it across and then reduce it down to 1 digit

6+1+2+0+1+6=7 (this individual, which happens to be me, is in a 7 Personal Year)
1+2+2+8+2+0+1+6=22; 2+2=4 or 22/4 (as this starts with the master number of 22, I’m going to keep that in the background, so I’m going to write this as 22/4. Your master numbers are 11, 22, and 33. They will appear as 11/2, 22/4, 33/6).

This tells me what your Personal Year will be for 2016. If you want to look backwards or forwards, you can discover what type of Personal Year you were experiencing in any particular year by using this method.

Now, let’s find your personal months for 2016. Again, remember that January is 1, February is 2, etc. Take your personal year number, and add the number of the month to it.

For example: I am in a Personal Year of 7. Therefore, January is 7+1=8. January is an 8 personal month for me. February is 7+2=9. March is 7+3=10;1+0=1. April is 7+4=11 or 11/2. And you continue this throughout the year.

See if you can’t figure out your Personal Year/Month chart for 2016!