Year of the Wood Horse
As with everything else in life, nothing stays the same and….so it is with energy, its constantly in a state of flux.
Therefore, it’s important to address the changes within the forces at play to ensure your opportunities are maximised. In Feng Shui……
The first International Women's Day was held in 1911 and celebrates the social, political and economic achievements of women while focusing attention on all the areas that need additional attention and action.
It encourages advocacy for women's advancement everywhere in every way.
The Chinese operate on 2 calendar systems, the lunar and solar calendars. The lunar calendar sets the dates for the Chinese festivities such as…the Chinese New Year. In this case the year of the Wood Horse. The solar calendar is an intriguing system providing us with information about elemental influences at any given point in time. They determine the various aspects affecting the world in a given period, and how they impact on us as individuals.
|Whilst Chinese animal Astrology, based only on the year of birth is not complete it can give you some idea of what's in store. For a fuller, intricate & reliable assessment of the year ahead it is advisable to use the Four Pillars of Destiny system which requires your full birth data of hour, day, month & year. Read on to find Horoscopes for each sign under the Chinese system of animal Astrology.|
To read more and determine your animal sign click here