Know what’s in store for your personal year 3
Personal Year 3 holds a special place in numerology. It’s a well-run year that can end the first third of your 9-year cycle on a prosperous and optimistic note. If the first Personal Year was one of initiative and risk-taking, and the second one of stability and continuity, the third Personal Year is undoubtedly one of creativity.
This is the time to explore your surroundings, to innovate, to experiment with new things and to go off the beaten track. Your mind and body are crying out for refreshing novelty and new experiences. It would be wrong to deny them. Try a new hobby, go to a museum, meet new people, experiment at work. With the maturity you’ve built up over the past year, you’ll find that your responsibilities suddenly become lighter and easier to manage. Here’s what numerology has to say about Personal Year 3.
Personal Year 3: “Now it’s your turn”!
After a year of compromise and cooperation in which your needs took a back seat, it’s your turn! For numerologists, this year, which closes the first third of your cycle, is one of the most pleasant. You have a date with 12 months of good fortune, provided you’re receptive to the signals and clues that pave the way for you. As in the first year, you’ll often ask yourself, “What do I want? The difference is that the pressure and urgency of the first year will give way to enthusiasm and optimism. Your own happiness and long-term fulfilment will be the central themes of this year. During this first third of the cycle you’ll have taken the time to initiate, expand and then transform. The third personal year will also be one of Zen self-examination, without dramatisation. You’ll develop the ability to identify and heal the source of your unhappiness without becoming depressed.
Year 3: You now know who you are, what you want and why you want it.
The physical obstacles in your way will be vulnerable this year. Take the opportunity to fight them. Only then will you be able to express your ideas and emotions in a natural and spontaneous way, without fear of the gaze of others. Happiness is a feeling that can only come from within. During Personal Year 3 you will have at least one opportunity to feel joyful and fulfilled in a way you’ve never felt before. You’ll no longer be afraid of being in the limelight, because you’ll take full responsibility for yourself, although there will always be a hint of shyness. You feel good about yourself, which bodes well for the coming years, both professionally and personally. Of course, you will alternate successes with a few failures.
Much to your surprise, you will handle the less fortunate moments of the year with great maturity and composure. The lessons to be learned from your failures are now explicit, clear and unambiguous. You’re receptive to them. You are now closer than ever to your goal: you know who you are, what you want and why you want it. In this dynamic of personal development, a new range of possibilities will open up for you. The present will then become a creative springboard from which you’ll draw the outlines of a future that, at least during this year, will seem radiant to you.
Planning to overcome stress and irritability
In numerology, each personal year is characterised by positive and negative contributions. This is what guarantees balance in the universe. Personal year 3 will bring its share of stress and irritability. The multiplication of your goals can make you nervous. The good news is that this setback can be overcome by the sheer force of planning and organisation. Write down your goals on a piece of paper or, better still, a whiteboard and hang it in your bedroom. Accept that you need to prioritise: not everything can be urgent. This will save you the time and stress of multi-tasking.
The main challenge of your 3rd personal year will be managing your priorities. Perhaps you’ll have to learn to let go of things that aren’t particularly important to you? Dr. Scott Peck, renowned American psychiatrist and author of the best-selling book “The Road Less Traveled”, sums up the approach to Personal Year 3 very well: “If you simply seek happiness, you probably won’t find it. Seek to create and love without regard to your happiness, and you are likely to be happy most of the time.
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