Chinese New Year of the Water Tiger will arrive at Feb.1, Tuesday 2022 With Gratitude, we are completing our balancing year Ox and bridging into the nw journey of tiger year of 2022. Ox is a great thinking, planner and down to earth with solidity and stability; while Tiger is a great explorer, adventurer, and creator with full momentum of growing and progressing. Yes, this is going to be a year of abundance of growth and changes. As things move quickly and opportunities comes and goes dramatically, which impacts our life with ups and downs of excitement, success; lost or being out of control.
Based on the birth chart of 2022, the physical strength and inner spirit of the Tiger are so powerful! He brings plenty of water and wood that are extremely productive and stimulating! All of our life projects can not stop growing and progressing in such a momentum! However, this Tiger does not bring any Fire energy with him and his earth and metal energies are weak at the same time. Which indicates the out of balance, that can impact our life journey with some layers of danger and risk. Just make sure to keep adding the fire, earth and metal energies into our home and work for balance and harmonize, so we can tap into this great growth and momentum to benefit the best for our happiness and success.
At the same time, we need to be aware the sickness moves from the SE of last year into the centre of our home and work place, which needs to be protected and healed with spiritual metal element.
The good news is that Tiger is a symbol of wealth and positivity. As in this year Tiger promises great growth and opportunity luck with powerful life force for uplifting changes !
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