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Rituals and Advice from Yin Fire Roosterthe Chinese Zodiac

Harness the New Year with Feng Shui and Meet the Chinese Animals

by Mary Shurtleff, CHT, FSID

A guide to yearly adjustments that should be done every year to enhance your well-being.


For eons of time, soothsayers believe the animals speak to us and look to the animals for insight and answers from God. The Chinese Zodiac animals are believed to hold the keys to success in the New Year when you understand them.

The Chinese New Year is commemorated on two different days. The Solar New Year or Astrological New Year, which governs the times of the four pillar astrology charts, begins on February 4th of each year. The traditional Chinese New Year is a floating day and is celebrated
on the second new moon of the year.

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