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Your numerology cycles December 1–15

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In the midst of the holiday celebrations, you come to a time when it's important to do an inventory of the last few months. You must decide what you have created, what should go forward, and what is in your life that should be dispensed with.

Look at all your patterns, not only in your home life but also in your career and personal relations. Finish and leave behind anything that happens to be in your way, or not functional. Do a ruthless self appraisal of your own attitudes and habits, decide what is serving your long-term goals and what is not.

Don't let matters drag on—try not to carry them over into the next year. This whole month is a time of celebration, but also of cleansing.


Key Number 6

Exciting change—dramatic progress.

As the year comes to a close it's a good idea, if you can, to forget the past and embrace the future. Take advantage of any new situations as they crop up in your life. Remembering that opportunities for new beginnings will show up. Avoid spending time on old ideas, and although it may be a bit scary, this is not a cycle when you should be fearful.

Grab it by the neck and shake it, but don't drift or show fear of the future. Your power is greater than usual—especially personal power. This is a time to act. Embrace change wherever it shows up.


Key Number 7

Reflection and time off.

Though this is a month for celebration, it's also a time for quiet reflection.

If ever there was a cycle month when you should take some time off, this is it. Staying in the background, enjoying your friends, but keeping a low profile is best under this cycle energy.

Things are likely to slow down. This is a good thing, since you may be very sensitive, and dealing with fewer issues, rather than many, is better for your emotional and physical health.

Use charm and diplomacy, even in family matters, to get what you want.


Key Number 8

Perfect cycle for the holidays.

This is a very good cycle month for holidays. You are meant to look on the lighter side of life, enjoying the company of those close to you, and the spirit of giving.

It's a time to think about career life and to expand and develop opportunities, especially if they involve your own creative and imaginative talents.

Cultivate friendships already in your life, but be willing to open to creating new ones as well. You can be very charming and communicative under this energy.

Though this is meant to be a time for parties and celebration, be careful not to overdo frivolous activities. Careful of self-indulgence. Don't lose sight of your financial picture with all the activity happening around you.


Key Number 9

Create order and systems.

In the first part of this cycle month it's important to get organized. Complete all your work as it occurs, and try not to fall behind. Even though it's a holiday season, moving forward with order in mind will make everything much easier, and in the end, happier.

Remain practical and rational in all you do. Look for areas in your life where organization and stability are important and work to create a calm and balanced environment.

Holiday seasons have their challenges, especially in communication with family members and loved ones.

Keep calm.


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