Annual Forecast & Feng Shui Remedies for 2007 : Yin Red Fire Pig Year – Goat Sign (Chinese Zodiac)

Annual Forecast & Feng Shui Remedies for 2007 : Yin Red Fire Pig Year – Goat Sign (Chinese Zodiac)

The Chinese Zodiac Astrology is ancient, interesting, accurate and loved by millions across the world. The Chinese Zodiac is based on cyclic concept of time : a cycle of 12 years, repeated again and again. The 12 Years are associated with 12 Celestial Animals : Rat (or Mouse on Mongoose), Ox (or Buffalo or Bull or Cow), Tiger, Rabbit (or Hare or Cat), Dragon, Snake (or Serpent), Horse, Goat (or Sheep or Ram), Monkey, Rooster (or Hen or Cock or Chicken or Phoenix), Dog and Pig (or Boar or Hog). The animal names sometimes differ with the Oriental Country they originate. The Chinese Yearly Horoscopes are basically built around these 12 Animal Signs.

Your Chinese Astrological Zodiac Animal Sign is directly based on the Chinese Lunar Year of Birth that you were born. The Chinese New Year is mobile and could start anywhere between 21st January and 20th February, depending upon the year. If your Date of Birth falls into any of the following Chinese Lunar Years, then, because you are born in the Year of the Goat (or Sheep or Ram), you are symbolically identified by your Celestial Animal, the “Goat (or Sheep or Ram)” :

From 13 Feb 1907 to 01 Feb 1908

From 01 Feb 1919 to 19 Feb 1920

From 17 Feb 1931 to 05 Feb 1932

From 05 Feb 1943 to 24 Jan 1944

From 24 Jan 1955 to 11 Feb 1956

From 09 Feb 1967 to 29 Jan 1968

From 28 Jan 1979 to 15 Feb 1980

From 15 Feb 1991 to 03 Feb 1992

From 01 Feb 2003 to 21 Jan 2004

In Chinese Hsia Calender, 2007 is the 4704th year and considerably, is also the fourth year of the New Feng Shui Land Luck Cyclic Period 8. The forthcoming new Chinese Lunar Year is from 18th February 2007 to 6th February 2008. The next Chinese New Year, the Yang Earth Rat will begin on 7th February 2008.

Enjoy the Annual Forecasts and learn about the suggested Feng Shui & Crystal Remedies that you may need for the coming “New Lunar Year 2007 : Ding Hai, the Year of the Yin Red Fire Pig” :

CAREER A nevertheless year with little progress and rewards. You need to work hard without much luck and results. With strong self-belief, change your approach from last year and move boldly. But keep a low profile, as you will be lacking the sustain of your many friends, this year. keep cool and collected, as you are bound to find opposition from external supplies in addition as within your own course of action. Stay away from conflicts and refuse to be provoked into disputes. Gossips will surround you to choking level. You will be secluded and ostracised. Accept opportunities to travel oversea, as they could bring you some welcome change. Install the Kuan Kung figurine in North West to watch over you. Employees will be better off than the self-employed with some of them already managing to get some promotions. No job change or career change is advised. If you are in the line of travels, transportation, tourism, promotional agency and real estates, you could do well. Most of you will use more time in pursuing knowledge in the fields of religion, spirituality and seek metaphysical answers. In 2007, you are being “eyed” by certain shady, scheming characters – characterize the icon or genuine photo of the White Tiger, for your personal safety.

MONEY Stagnant cash flow with little or no income by other supplies. Do not look for short term returns and make wrong investments lest you loose your little all. You do not enjoy any windfall luck this year so keep away from gambling and paper securities. Do not use on luxuries. Plan your budget stringently and stick to it. Keep a set of 3 “Four Guardian Kings” Coins for retaining control over money.

HEALTH Overall stress will play havoc with your physical and mental health. Most of you will confront problems related to hysteria, nervous systems, viral infections and insomnia. Take proper treatments. use quality time in exercises and meditation. If you are to travel, take a medical kit with you. Install the statue of the Quan Yin in the North West of your bedroom, for mental peace. If you were born in 1967, you could be hospitalised for quite some time, this year. Parents of children born in 2003 should pay special attention and guard them from strangers and people with evil intentions.

LOVE A wrong kind of romantic luck would generate you to form relationships with the very young or love somebody much older than you. Relationships will not be smooth. Rumours will sow doubts and your moodiness and communication gaps will instigate conflicts and clashes at home. Be patient and swallow the insults. Trust and allow yourself to be trusted. characterize the icon of Three Generations Dragon Head Turtles in the East of your living room and a pair of Pink Mandarin Ducks in the South West of your bedroom.

STUDIES Many events including interrogations by teachers, reproaches by parents, provocations from fellow students play with your emotions and distract you away from your studies. Do not slack off. Stay away from socialising, this year. Install a Green Aventurine or Green Jade Pagoda in the North East of your study room and focus only on achieving results in your exams.

Birthstone : Sapphire Good Relationships with : Rabbit, Horse and Pig, for 2007 Conflicts with : Rat, Ox and Dog, for 2007 Polarity Force : More Yang Lucky Numbers : 3, 4, 5, 12, 34, 45 and 54 Zodiac Protector : Dari Rulai or Mahavairohana (Sanskrit)

A observe ABOUT REMEDIES : The above examination has suggested some remedies/cures for reducing the impact of negative energy and has recommended certain enhancers for increasing and improving upon the advantageous energy of the year. For the remedies/enhancers to be effective, they should be cleansed, energised, blessed and programmed not only for the particular individual/family but also for the specific purpose/problem. They should also be placed in the indicated location, to origin the maximum assistance. Any or all of these remedies can be reused for the forthcoming new years, but they may have to be repositioned according to the specific new year.

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