How to find your Personal Year Number
To find your Personal Year number for any given year, add the month and day of your birth, plus the Universal Year number for that year. For example, if you are born on May 15 you can find your 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 for each year.
When calculating your Personal Year number, always reduce Master numbers 11 and 22 to single-digit numbers because they do not apply to the Personal Year Cycle.
The influence of the Personal Year begins in January and ends in December. There is a cusp period of three months on either side of the year.
During the first three months of the year, the influence of the previous year starts to fade off, while the present year gains strength. The year's energy and influence peaks around September, after which the number for the coming year begins to be felt.
How to find your Personal Month Number and Personal Day Number
To find your Personal Month, add the single-digit value of the month to your Personal Year number. For example, someone with a 5 Personal Year who wants to know his Personal Month for July should add the 5 (for the Personal Year) to the 7(for July) and arrive at 12, which is reduced to 3. July is a 3 Personal Month for someone in the 5 Personal Year.
Similarly to find your Personal Day, add the number of the day to your Personal Month number, and reduce that to a single digit. Using the above example, a person in a 3 Personal Mnth finds his Personal Day for July 17 by adding a 3 (Personal Month) and 8(for the seventeenth day) and arrives at 11, which is reduced to 2. Please note that for Personal Years, Personal Months, and Personal Days, always reduce the Master numbers.