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The Year Of The Golden Tiger!
Our Western New Year was a simple and linear transition from December 31st, 2009 to January 1st, 2010. We celebrated with one night of revelry and a sobering day of New Year’s resolutions. Chinese New Year is a much more complex and ongoing event as it stretches over a 15 day period full of traditions and cultural activities. Astrological predictions tell us that the year of the Tiger will bring volatility and instability.
The Tiger reigns as the king or queen of the jungle. He moves on silent paws but pounces with sudden might. The Year 2010, starting on February 14th , reflects the characteristics of the Tiger personality which is unpredictable and aggressive. How can we prepare to meet the obstacles and hidden dangers of a Tiger year?
Awareness, caution and resilience are key to success and survival. Expect the Tiger to be lurking and rise to the challenge. Tiger years bring out the best in many people. Look for the hidden values and roll with the punches, then come out ahead.
Perhaps this is the year to resort to the placebo effect of protective devices. Do you have an amulet or talisman in your arsenal of beliefs and superstitions? Now is the time to bring it out, place it in the proper gua or wear it. Talk to your ancestors and see what they can do for you. With feng shui adjustments your personal environment can be the protective armor and private sanctuary in the jungle of a Tiger year.
According to the Chinese Almanac, the elements of this Tiger year appear to have a complex and unbalanced pattern with water and fire missing altogether. Therefore, it would be auspicious to add these to your environment where they are needed. Due to this imbalance there is excessive wood, which is in direct opposition to metal. Those of you who are sensitive to the elements and their profile, please consult with your sources to make the proper adjustments.
Be Vigilant Every Day
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