This article has become a New Year’s tradition. Each year, we have a shift in energy. Some of you will be able to feel that. This shift can be quantified via a tool called Numerology. Numerology was spiritually given to the mathematician, Pythagoras, about 2500 years ago.
Each culture received this information in various ways from their ancient wise men also. It is based upon the principal that everything is energy. Everything has frequency, even numbers and letters. Everything’s frequency can also be interpreted via numbers. In numerology, there are two different year numbers that affect each of us. There is a “Universal Year” that affects all of us as well as a “Personal Year.”
Our universal year is determined by adding each of the digits of 2022. Two + two + two equals 6. In numerology, on the whole, each digit is again added together until it equals a single digit. This year throughout the globe we will be experiencing the frequencies of the number 6. The positive aspects of the six include nurturing, being responsible, creating beauty particularly in one’s home, being family focused and/or service-orientated. Universally, an example of how this might play out is it will be a time for us to take responsibility and help protect ourselves and others from Covid. We might very much feel the need to clean out and organize or be creative in ways that brings beauty to our homes. It will be a time when volunteering will feel good as well as simply setting aside more family time.
Last year, 2021 was a Universal number 5 year of freedom and flexibility. We had the freedom that Covid vaccines brought but now see ourselves faced again with a need to be more isolated in our small groups or at home.
It’s important to understand that every number has a positive and negative energy to it. This is often overlooked in published books on this topic. The counterpart to all these positives for the number six includes being irresponsible, having clutter build up, being disorganized, being stressed to the point of divorce and/or lacking an ability to be of service to others. If we have to become more isolated again from Covid, the need to volunteer could be difficult to manifest as an example of this year’s counterpoint energy. In most ways though, the good news is that each of us has a choice! We can often choose either the negative or positive side of this Universal number. I know what I want to choose with intention, that is for sure.
Our personal year number is formulated by adding the digits of your birth month, birthday and current year (2022). Here’s an example: If my birthdate was 2/18/1985, I would be adding 2+1+8+2+0+2+2. Note that the last four figures are for our current year of 2022 and not the original birth year of 1985. In this addition problem, the midpoint answer is 17. Now add those figures together and one plus five equals 8. The personal year in this example would be an eight. Usually our universal year and our personal year will be two different numbers like in this example. Now you try. Add your birth month, birthday and 2022. Once you have that single digit figure, look at the table below. It will give you an idea of this year’s energy for you. You can choose the positives or the negatives of each of these characteristics in your thoughts and emotions. The personal year number is always of significance in one’s life and characterizes how the year will unfold for you.
Number 1: Individuality, independence, innovation and/or leadership/vs. co-dependence, stuck in a rut, a follower
Number 2: Co-operation, sensitivity, harmony, balance, and/or patience/vs. unresolved relationship challenges, short tempered and imbalanced
Number 3: Self-Expression, happiness, creativity, and/or optimism/vs. dull, pessimistic and depressed
Number 4: Hard working, organized, practical, and/or traditional/vs. lazy, disorganized, or non-traditional
Number 5: Free, unconventional, resourceful, and/or quick thinking/vs. feeling imprisoned, without options, or dull witted
Number 6: Nurturing, responsible, a bringer of beauty, focus on family and/or service-orientated/vs. non-supportive, irresponsible, disorganized, unclean, isolated, divorces, or doesn’t volunteer
Number 7: Solitary, mystical, philosophical and or analytical/vs. Obsesses on the need to not be alone, stuck on everyday problems, confused, or sees life as black and white devoid of magic
Number 8: Successful, abundant, a visionary, and/or an authority/vs. a follower going nowhere fast, or ungrateful
Number 9: Well rounded, compassionate, forgiving, multi-talented and or completion/vs. narrow minded, whatever attitude, unforgiving, lacking talent or an ability to complete tasks
If you are not familiar with Numerology, it provides a framework for learning much more than just our year’s energy. This year’s energy helps us know how to go with the flow. Many other numbers can be determined that will teach us about ourselves, the patterns in our lives and about our birth plan. I and one of my good friends discovered numerology at the same time. I felt it extremely accurate at describing my life in the past. She was so impressed by it also, that she kept saying: Linda, this is me!! No, Linda, THIS is ME!!!! over and over. She couldn’t emphasize enough how accurately it described her and gave her new insights.
The striking of the clock ringing in a new year really does make a difference and brings in a new shift to all of us. I hope you can take advantage of the universal year. Be creative, and take responsibility. It will serve you well this year. I also hope you enjoy the energy of your personal year.
Happy New Year! These words incorporate a shift you might have been feeling already.
Love and light,