To find your Personal Year number for any given year, add the month and the day of your birth, plus the Universal Year number for that year (i.e. 2009).
For example, someone born on June 27 finds his or her Personal Year number for 2009 by adding 6 (June) plus 9 (the twenty-seventh day) plus 2 (2009) to arrive at a Personal Year number of 26, which is reduced to 8.
Another way to illustrate this formula is shown below:
The Personal Year in this example is 6 + 9 + 2 = 17, which is reduced to 8.
*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 and are reduced to 2 and 4 respectively.
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