~~CHINESE HOROSCOPE …. CELEBRATION OF A NEW YEAR~~
The new Moon on January 30 at 11:20 pm PST (but listed as January 31 in many calendars) begins the year of the Wood Horse. Chinese New Year is a spring festival that begins on the second new Moon after Winter Solstice, with the Sun and Moon in Aquarius. This new Moon also starts the month of the Fire Tiger making energy very strong and lively as Horse year begins, a clear departure from the slower energy of the previous Water Snake year 2013.
The Wood Horse year is a time of fast victories, unexpected adventure, and surprising romance. It is an excellent year for travel, and the more far away and off the beaten path the better. Energy is high and production is rewarded. Decisive action, not procrastination, brings victory. But you have to act fast in a Horse year. If you are not 100% secure about a decision, then don’t do it. Events move so quickly in a Horse year that you don’t want to gallop off in the wrong direction.
Each year corresponds to a different zodiac sign and animal. The Chinese zodiac consists of 12 animals that denote a person’s birth known as shengxiao: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Each of the animals is named after one favored by the Buddha and is said to influence an individual’s personality.
In 2014, it will be the year of the Horse. Known as Wu, those born during the year of the Horse tend to be clever, possess good communication skills, are cheerful and stubborn. In 2014, they are expected to have a good year and are advised to be quiet and patient. Other predictions call for people to make the most out of given opportunities, expect good health and a year where romance and career will be in harmony.
2014 Chinese Horoscopes for 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs In the Year of Horse
The Horse is one of the Chinese favorite animals. The Horse provides good and quick transportation for people before automobiles. Horses give people rides to their destination. Therefore, the horse is not only a symbol of traveling, but also a sign of speedy success.
Horses like to compete with other horses. They pursuit freedom, passion and leadership. Therefore, people will have busy schedule for their goal in the year of Horse. Horse hour of Chinese Horoscopes is from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. Sunshine generates lots of heat during Horse hour. Therefore, the horse is connected to heat, hot, fire and red. Horses like the social activities, because horses like show off themselves. Since the horse is a social animal and red is also connected to love, therefore, the horse is treated as a Romantic Star in Chinese Horoscope.
Chinese wouldn’t let horse to the farm work. Instead, all the farmland jobs go to the ox. This is because the Chinese have higher expectation on horses. Horses can help human to win the battle. Sitting on the Horse back implies that the person is from noble or higher ranking family. So people born in the Horse year usually care about their dressing, outlook and speech.
The Horse is an intelligent animal. Horses need to be trained to become useful to human. Human can make any Horse famous. Without human’s guide, the Horse just a wild animal. It doesn’t know where to go. There is no destination in its life.
In Chinese Five Element theory, Horse is in the Fire group. Horse month is in the middle of summer. Horse is the strongest Fire animal in 12 zodiacs. 2014 is year of Wooden Horse. Wood can help Fire to burn. So Fire can last longer. When Horse meets Tiger and Dog, then they will form even stronger Fire. Too much Fire implies the hot temper and no patient. If the element of Fire is favorable to the person, then the person should have a good fortune in 2014. If Fire is unfavorable to the person, then 2014 will bring big trouble to the person. More information about Chinese Five Element astrology page is at 2014 Chinese Horoscope – The Year of Green Horse.
2014 is Year of the Horse and it will arrive on February 4, 2014 in China Standard Time. The first day of Chinese astrology year is the first day of the Tiger month.
That is the day of Start of Spring in the Chinese Astrology Calendar. The Start of Spring is the time when the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac. The Start of Spring in China Standard Time is at 6:04 A.M. on February 4, 2014. This day is not the Chinese New Year day. 2014 Chinese New Year Day is on January 31, 2014 in China Standard Time. Chinese New Year Day is the new moon day of the first lunar month. The new moon time is at 5:39 A.M. of January 31, 2014 in China Standard Time.
The Start of Spring in US Eastern Standard Time is at 17:04 P.M. on February 3, 2014, and in the US Pacific Standard Time is at 14:04 P.M. on February 3, 2014. Therefore, the 2014 Horse year starts on February 3, 2014 in US time zones.
Chinese Astrology uses one’s birthday and birth time to predict their fortune. The astrological birth chart is built by the Chinese Astrology Calendar, which is a combination counting system of Yin-Yang Five Elements and 12 animals. The Five Elements are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth. The twelve animal are Rat, Cow, Tiger, Dragon, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Chicken, Dog and Pig. Year of 2014 is Wooden Horse. Because Wood (tree) is connected to the color of Green.
~~2014 is the Year of Green Wood Horse ~~
The 2014 Chinese New Year Day will arrive on January 31, 2014. Chinese Year of Horse begins on February 4, 2014 according to Chinese Astrology Calendar. 2014 is the Year of Wooden Horse. Wood is related to tree or green. Therefore, 2014 is also called Year of Green Horse.
Chinese Astrology is a prediction theory using Yin-Yang Five Elements. The astrological birth chart built by Chinese Astrology Calendar is a combination chart of Yin-Yang Five Elements and 12 animals. Five Elements are Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth. Twelve animal are Rat, Cow, Tiger, Dragon, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Chicken, Dog and Pig. All animal signs can be converted into Five Elements, Therefore, every birth chart has its own Five Element weights. Chinese Astrology use Yin Yang balance theory to predict people’s fortune.
There is definitely much more to every human being that just the symbology of the year the person is born. Still, exploring these feng shui tips will definitely help improve your energy and make you more aware of the potential the Wood Horse 2014 year might have for you.
OVERALL: 2014 is predicted to be a relatively good year for Horse people, but it is highly advised to practice being quiet and patient. There is potentially some challenging energy that can negatively affect your work life, you can control it with proper feng shui career cures.
WEALTH & CAREER: You will find good supportive energy for most of your endeavours, but the key is to be patient and wait for best timing. There are many feng shui cures to help strengthen the energy of career success, amount them the image of your own sign – the Horse – is one of the most popular ones. While this promises to be a good year for you, it is important for your sign in 2014 to know when to restrain your competitive spirit.
LOVE: The energy of your love life is better for you this year with plenty of opportunities to meet new people (if you are single). A good feng shui bedroom, as well as taking care of your energy levels, is always a good advice.
HEALTH: Good health will be maintained by proper attention to the feng shui health trinity in your home, as well as applying your choice of health feng shui cures, such as the lucky bamboo and air purifying plants, use of essential oils, etc. Explore all the feng shui for health tips and choose the ones you can easily implement in your home or office.
PERSONAL FENG SHUI: Dzi beads are good for you in 2014, as well as other feng shui crystals or amulets, especially the ones with the mystic knot design. Explore feng shui good luck and protection cures and see which ones you can carry as a personal amulet.
2014 is predicted to be a good year for Horse people who have learned the value of patience. Be sure to take good care of your personal energy, as well as the energy of your home and office.
BORN IN HORSE YEAR
People born in Horse years (2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, 1930, 1918, 1906) are bright, cheerful, popular, and fun loving. They find people and crowds exciting, and love parties. Horse’s childish innocence, sunny disposition, and natural charm attract many friends. Horse is a highly intuitive animal, so people born in Horse year follow their hunches. Their keen judgment and natural intuition often help them make the right decisions throughout their life. Usually they don’t need to struggle in order to succeed and obtain the fine things life has to offer.
Horses have a carefree nature and need ample room for self expression. When constrained by rules, proud Horse will rebel, refusing to be corralled or tamed. Horses will tell you exactly what is on their mind; they are frank and dislike hidden agendas. So this is the time for issues to be out in the open, especially with family members. The time for secrecy was last year Snake 2013, not now in Horse year.
The best years for Horse to have abundance, to marry, have a child, or expect doors of opportunity to open are in Horse, Tiger, Sheep, and Dog years. Analytical Rat year is the least fortunate for Horse.
HORSE LOVES FREEDOM
Casual and outdoorsy Horse year is about freedom, returning to nature, and enjoying life and life’s adventures. You won’t always want to focus on work because it’s easy to be distracted by fun, good times, and parties in sexy Horse year. Because Horse can be impulsive, act now and think later, avoid the mistakes of overspending, enabling others, and denying when there is a problem. Overspending is easy in a Horse year because if you feel you deserve something or want a reward, the impulse to buy is strong. Horses often buy what they feel they deserve without realizing how their purchases effect their long-term planning because Horse rarely plans for the future.
Also in Horse year, it’s easy to make a snap decision, especially business decisions that are not planned but “just feel right.” Denial that there is a problem is another Horse trait. It’s easier to move on to the next adventure than face reality or clean up a mess. So don’t ignore details this year while being an optimist that things will all just work out on their own.
Horse doesn’t care about money and lives large, so in Horse year you might be tempted to overspend on entertainment, going out, fun festivities – anything to keep up with the Horse good times and spirit of live today. Horse year ends in triumph or tragedy, and more businesses will fail than succeed. So learn from what you see around you. You don’t have to act, but you do have to know. In the year of the Horse, you can let others lead the way then follow in the footsteps of their success – but you’ll have to act fast. The Horse, Tiger, Dog, or Sheep benefit the most from Horse’s strong and spirited actions.
Chinese New Year 2014 Year of the Horse
We ALL are ONE!!