2015 – A Year of Opportunities
As a student of numerology I would like to offer my interpretation of the numerology for 2015.
The credit for modern numerology is most often given to the Greek philosopher Pythagoras. Pythagoras was born is Greece around 590 BC and was one of the best known philosophers of his day. Eventually he established a school in Italy where he taught Mathematics, Astronomy and Music.
Numerology is a straight-forward system. We simply add up a few numbers and interpret the results.
When we add 2+0+1+5, we get 8.
The number 8 is a result-oriented number – on steroids. It presents us with a grand opportunity! It also represents a balance between the material and spiritual worlds. It is significantly related to prosperity – money – manifesting. The number 8 also representsleadership – the visionary.
With this in mind, 2015 presents us with an opportunity to gain financially in a big way! It is also an opportune time to take a leadership role, even if it is in your own life. If you have a leadership role in the lives of others (or you desire one), 2015 is a great/powerful/highly favorable time to act on it.
Since we live in a world of polarity, what some would term negative outcomes are a possibility as well. However, all we have to do is take an active role in our life regarding finances and leadership to create desirable results. Action is the key ingredient for our success.
The choice is always ours. We can sit back and let nature take its course like a feather buffeted in the wind, or we can take an active role in creating prosperity with active intent.
I personally like to create a theme for the year. For example, one year the theme was to keep it simple, be flexible, move with the energy and to adapt. I continue to create a theme at the beginning of each year, however now I use the numerology of my year (another numerology calculation – see below) so that I’m in alignment with the energy of the year. This can also be done with the numerology of the year in general, as stated above – 2015 = 8.
The “observer effect” of quantum physics is well known – the observer has an effect on the outcome.
I urge you to create a positive intention for 2015 and to take an active role in creating the desired outcome for your year.
Be joyful, embrace life and thrive!
P.S. Your life path number, based on the day, month, and year you were born, is the most important number in your personal numerology. It provides a broad outline of the opportunities, challenges, and lessons you will encounter in this lifetime. The day you were born reveals a special talent you have. Receive a free numerology reading here.
P.P.S. The following information is derived from Numerology, by Hans Decoz with Tom Monte
Calculating Your Life Path Number
Example: December 25, 1964
December = 12 (twelfth month) = 1 + 2 = 3
25 (the twenty-fifth day) = 2 + 5 = 7
1964 = 1 + 9 + 6 + 4 = 20; 20 = 2 + 0 = 2
Total 12 = 1 + 2 = 3
Do not reduce master numbers – 11 and 22
The Life Path number is 3.
Interpretation of the Numbers
The 1 is the most independent, unconventional, and individualistic of all numbers. … courage and leadership… It is the instigator.
The 2 is the most gentle of all numbers, and represents cooperation, diplomacy, and tact… power behind the throne…It is the peacemaker.
The 3 is the most playful of all numbers. .. Self-expression and communication … optimistic and enthusiastic. It is the sunshine number.
The 4 is the most practical of all numbers, with a sharp eye for details… methodical, and precise. .. punctual, and dependable. .. It is the rock and the cornerstone.
The 5 is the most dynamic of all numbers. .. promoter and a salesperson par-excellence… versatile and adaptable… It is adventurous and courageous; the traveler’s number.
The 6 is the most loving of all numbers. .. protective, and nurturing… self-sacrificing, and undemanding… family-oriented, and community conscious…. It is also the mother/fatherhood number.
The 7 is the most spiritual of all numbers… seeker of truth… It is the hermit’s number.
The 8 is the most result-oriented of all numbers. powerful, ambitions, and money-conscious… also generous…leader and the businessperson… understanding, forgiving, and broadminded. It is the visionary’s number.
The 9 is the most humanitarian of all numbers,,, giving, sharing, loving and caring. It is aloof, noble, aristocratic, and a healer of the many.
The 11 is the most intuitive of all numbers. .. the aspects of 2, enhanced and charged with charisma, leadership, and inspiration… peace is not found so much in logic, but in faith. It is the psychic’s number.
The 22 is the most powerful of all numbers. .. Master Builder. .. leadership, and enormous self-confidence… 22 serves the world in a practical way.
Calculating Your Personal Year Number
Add the month and day of your birth, plus the Universal year number for that year. For example. Someone born on May 15 finds his or her Personal Year number for 1992 by adding 5 (May) plus 6 (the fifteenth) plus 3 (1992) to arrive at a Personal Year number of 14, which is reduced to 5. Your personal year number changes each year.
November 29 for the year 1996 as an example:
November – (11 = 1 + 1 =2) 2
29 = (2 + 9 = 11, is 1 + 1 = 2) 2
1996 = (1 + 9 + 9 + 6 = 25, is 7) 7
Total 11, 1 + 1 = 2
Interpretation of the Numbers
The 1 Year: A year of new beginnings, seed-planting, and high energy.
The 2 Year: A year of relationships, sensitivity, and cooperation.
The 3 Year: A year of creativity, motivation, and inspiration.
The 4 Year: A year of hard work, discipline, and opportunities.
The 5 Year: A year of change, freedom, and unpredictability.
The 6 Year: A year of responsibility, domestic affairs, and service.
The 7 Year: A year of contemplation, self-awareness, and spiritual atonement.
The 8 Year: A year of reward, respect, and recognition.
The 9 Year: A year of completion, release, and transformation.
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