Everything in the Universe—the Universe that we know—including people and their thoughts, is made up of shimmering waves of energy that creates cycles within cycles.
An Epicycle is a period of nine years. The first year contains elements of new beginnings. Each subsequent year brings a different energy that promotes continuing growth. At the end of the Epicycle, the final energy felt contains elements of endings that will either help, or force, the removal of anything that is no longer needed to continue that growth.
The millennium, 2000 is often called The Awakening since it heralds the end of some former thinking and life-style because it is understood there is another—better—way to live that offers growth. All of those past hardships are used to extract wisdom from experiences. People do know what needs to be done to accomplish their desires. The millennium, 2000 is also called Judgment.
The year 2008 was the first year in a new Epicycle and it is no surprise that we began to experience what is called The Wheel of Becoming, which indicates a conversion point in consciousness. All of those past lessons that were taught and finally learned raised consciousness to another level of comprehension.
In 2009 we moved into the energy of Illumination where people felt a strong urge to be receptive and to accept the vibrations surrounding them so they could achieve a greater measure of growth. The energy of 2009 caused people to be more sensitive which allowed for more communication. However, the vibrations were often felt so intensely that acting normally was a challenge.
In 2010 we moved forward into an energy that was rather complex. In Numerology the numbers are reduced to the lowest denomination except for a few special numbers, therefore 2010 would be reduced to 3, which is a number of joy and completion, yet it was often referred to as twenty-ten which was very significant because it indicates both The Awakening and The Wheel of Becoming. By using the experiences that occurred under the energy of 2009, that of Illumination, all of us could experience an Awakening making Judgments to continue increasing our understanding of what it means to be on The Wheel of Becoming.
2011 is a year that may allow us to see some structure take place based on the plans made back in 2008. Again, the numbers would normally be reduced to a 4 which is all about creating a structure that is stable and reasonable since a new level of consciousness has been achieved. But, it is more complex still when the 11 is not normally reduced, making the energy number a 13 which is that of transformation. Or, if the energy is misunderstood it is experienced as difficult and relentless work.
When 2011 is referred to as Twenty-Eleven the energy is transformed which is very significant because it indicates both the energies of the twenty, The Awakening and the eleven, Illumination, taking us again into the area of transformation.
Our consciousness has awoken and we are far more aware than ever before. Yet, our judgments throughout 2011 will need to be based on understanding how we can safely join forces with each other in acts of cooperation that still allows for all of the individual ideas to remain separate and be retained as independent beliefs.
In January the vibrations bring excitement and lots of activity, but all opportunities available demand careful examination to prevent choices being made that are only partially understood. February brings the necessity for other people’s concerns to be given precedence over personal needs to ensure help is given to everyone. March requires that thought be given to analyze the foundation required to be in place so the work that must be completed by the end of the year is accomplished. April relates to everyone’s need for material comforts and that desire is advanced by extra effort and forceful organization. May’s energy helps remove those people, places, things, and ideas that are limiting. Expanded thinking and giving selflessly brings more than previously believed possible. June is filled with a heavy work-load because personal independence is affected by old habits and fears that need to be reexamined and perhaps discarded. July is a tense month. The progress made may not be too visible because of the need to be cooperative in dealing with work and responsibilities. August urges that a break be taken from the intensity of work or lack of work. The pause is important since being refreshed prepares everyone for the activities in September when the restrictions of hard work and responsibilities are being balanced out. October can be a distracting time. The energies begin to realign into those that are less limiting and restricting, but the current situation is present and must be dealt with. November is filled with domestic demands. Harmony requires additional understanding to experience wholesomeness. December requires a review of what has been accomplished during the entire year. And when honesty is employed it will supply the information needed to plan for the future.
The energy of 2011 expects everyone to plan, organize, think about, and work towards goals. There are limitations set up within the energy. It is there for cooperative—or forced—focus on specific areas rather than letting everyone’s efforts go scattering in too many directions.
COPYRIGHT Ó 2010 by May Sinclair
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