Personal Year Seven

A personal year 7 is for Reflection, Learning, and Self Analysis

Even if you have a reputation of an extrovert, a year 7 is likely to put you in the mood to be alone. You may feel like pursuing your interests, travelling or finding a way to escape from business pressures. A year 7 is like a coccooning stage for the psyche, in which you analyze, reflect and try to shed any behaviors, relationships or patterns that may be preventing your personal growth. This year also favors any kind of self-improvement including surgical operations, seeking counseling or therapy or seeking higher education.

6 Responses to Personal Year Seven

  1. Laura London says:

    Year of 7 – This is very acurate. I am 29 and have watched all my friends get boyfriends and ditch me, while I am alone. According to the reading

    “a year 7 is likely to put you in the mood to be alone. A year 7 is like a coccooning stage for the psyche, in which you analyze, reflect and try to shed any behaviors, relationships or patterns that may be preventing your personal growth.”

    So, although I am not in the mood to be alone, I am alone (because my friends have moved onto the next stage of their lives, and hang out with their boyfriends on a Saturday night, instead of with the girls). I used to think religion is the answer, but maybe numerology has more thruth. Because God still has not given me the desires of my heart, so if that verse is a lie, then maybe the whole Bible is a lie. Maybe numerology is the higer power, because my personal year of 7 is very accurate. Let’s see what 2008 has is store for me.

  2. Rudy says:

    Year 7 – This is a true. I’m alone because me and my wife have separated most of my friends have gone and live their own lives. I been going out with a couple old friends but for the most part I’m by myself.
    This next part “year 7 is like a coccooning stage for the psyche, in which you analyze, reflect and try to shed any behaviors” Well I’ve awaken certain psychic abilities, I’ve been analyzing, and trying to she certain behabiors. And for the rest of is all true. I strongly believe in numerology, but I belive in God more that anything.

  3. alena white says:

    This is a response to Laura London:
    I will pray for you for that comment above. God and only God is the higher power. I read numerology, and astrology, but I will always know the last call is always God. I’m scared for you, let alone me for hearing you say something like that. Of all the things this stuff says, and all the predictions, God can always intercept, if he want to. Don’t ever forget it. Love you, and will be praying for you.

  4. kat says:

    decided to move to another country and be alienated in a sort of ironic way ~

    in other words, while learning a language — one that presumably should be “native” — i am discovering a certain “part” of myself.

    i realize, in unfamiliar territory a person may easier recognize their own flaws and weaknesses. in turn, trying to “shed” them…

  5. srinu says:

    i want to know my lucky number

  6. Johari says:

    I am sorry that you feel that way, because I feel believing in God requires patience. He provides you with an inner peace that allows you not to feel lonely because you are fufilled with his presences. He provides you with joy when no one else around, because believing in his grace will allow you to have faith that your life will not always stay the same. Change always happens. You have to be prepared to receive what you have waited for, when it enters your life. I think being alone is refreshing because you are rebuilding and reworking and attracting better things than you’ve had before.

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