The culmination of the end of the cycle of my year 9 in numerology.

This year, more than ever, I have experienced the power of the 9-year cycle. What do you mean, Nuria? I’m talking about numerology. Yeah, yeah, Nuria, you’re crazy! Why do you believe in those things, and why waste your time? From a very young age, I’ve always been drawn to the spiritual. At 14, I bought my first book on reincarnation, and since then, I added astrology, numerology, and tarot to my list of passions. I’ve always had a sixth sense for sensing what’s going to happen (especially regarding other people, not so much about myself, how ironic…!). Today I want to talk about the 9-year cycle in numerology. Keep reading if you want to learn what it’s all about.

First, I’ll briefly explain in formal terms what it is, and then I’ll delve into it.

The life path numerology is an approach that uses numbers from 1 to 9 to analyze the different stages of our lives. Each year is assigned a number and has its own meaning. Here’s a summary of what each year means in the 9-year life cycle:

Year 1: Represents a new beginning and the opportunity to sow the seeds for the future. It’s a year of independence, self-sufficiency, and self-discovery.

Year 2: Characterized by collaboration, relationships, and patience. It’s a year to develop negotiation skills and cooperate with others.

Year 3: This year is associated with creativity, personal expression, and communication. It’s a time to explore your artistic talents and enjoy social life.

Year 4: Represents stability, hard work, and building solid foundations. It’s a year to set realistic goals and strive to achieve them.

Year 5: Characterized by freedom, adventure, and change. It’s a year of movement, presenting opportunities for exploration and personal growth.

Year 6: This year is related to family, home, and responsibility. It’s a time to focus on family relationships and caring for others.

Year 7: Represents introspection, spirituality, and inner wisdom. It’s a year for reflection, seeking answers, and personal development.

Year 8: Characterized by material success, power, and authority. It’s a year to focus on professional and financial goals and make important decisions in those areas.

Year 9: This year marks the end of a cycle and is associated with culmination, compassion, and transformation. It’s a time to let go of the old and prepare for new opportunities in the future.

Each of these years in the 9-year life cycle offers different lessons and experiences that help us grow and evolve throughout our lives.

Okay, that’s the theory explained formally. Now I’ll tell you how you can determine what year you’re in and give my personal interpretation of what happens in each year in “Nuricoco” style. Also, I’ll provide examples of my own nine years. Let’s go!

To know what year you’re in, it’s straightforward. You just need to add the month and day of your birth to the current year. I’ll show you an example with my own dates:

I was born on October 1:

Day 1 (1) month 10 1+0= (1) plus the year 2023 2+0+2+3= (7)

1+1+7=9

And now I’ll tell you realistically what it all means:

Year 1 (2015): Nothing, here it all begins; it’s almost always the beginning of a job, the birth of a child, a project, or moving to a new place to live… For me, it was the start of a relationship with a guy 9 years younger than me, freshly divorced and ready to face my new 9 years.

Year 2 (2016): This is the year to have a bit of patience, after the excitement of the first year where everything was new, and you started your path. But in the second year, you have to start concrete things, so you spend this year mulling things over. For me, in that situation, I had a new boyfriend and the opportunity to start a new adventure with or without him, what to do?

Year 3 (2017): This is the year when you already have a clear idea of what you’re going to do; everything falls into place. From that beginning and restlessness of the second year, you finally know where you have to go (hahaha). For me, this is the year I decided to go on a retreat to help me settle everything I needed to do, and it helped, as I thought I had everything clear, I saw everything very clearly.

Year 4 (2018): This year is the time when, foolishly, you think you’re on the right path and you’re working on what you had set the previous year. For me, this was exactly it. I started a new job and thought everything was resolved.

Year 5 (2019): This is the year of change, when you thought you had everything planned, life throws you a little surprise that alters the course you thought you would follow or the path you had traced. For me, this was exactly it. It was the year my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and I brought her to live with me.

Year 6 (2020): This is the year to keep working towards the goal you undertook and try to reconcile with your family. For me, this was exactly it. The damn pandemic, hahaha, forced me to focus on the family and try to keep working towards my future.

Year 7 (2021): A spiritual year, at this point, we usually feel the desire to learn more about the hidden, attend retreats, take care of our spirituality, and reflect on our starting point and future goals. For me, this fits perfectly. We were coming out of the pandemic, and I feel that here is where I made a mistake because my soul urged me to undertake something creative and not go back to work for someone else, but I didn’t listen to that inner voice.

Year 8 (2022): This is the year of power, the year when the accumulation of effort from the last 8 years offers results (similar to karma, the more good you’ve done, the more power you’ll get). For me, this year was precisely that. I was in a job with a good position and a good salary, my kids were studying happily, and everything seemed to be going smoothly (seemed, that’s the key word).

Year 9 (2023): The end of the damn cycle that will start all over again. Here, we usually reflect on everything that has happened in the last 9 years and get rid of the negative while keeping the positive (because if not, we would continue dragging the crap forever). In this year, we generally leave behind friendships, get rid of old things, and free ourselves from what we no longer need, while remembering all the good that has helped us get here. For me, this completely fits what is happening to me. This year, I’ve let go of many friendships that didn’t contribute anything to me, I’ve cleaned out my storage room and thrown away a lot of crap. Once again, I find myself in the situation of preparing to start from scratch next year, probably with a new job and a new home…

And you, what year are you in?