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The legend of the Chinese Zodiac

A long, long time ago the Jade Emperor wanted to find a means of measuring time, and so he organized a race, and invited all the animals to take part. When they had all lined up on the bank of the river the Emperor explained that to win the big prize - a permanent place in the Zodiac ¡V they would have to be one of the first twelve to cross the swiftly flowing river and reach a designated spot on the opposite shore. Their order in the cycle would be decided by the order in which they finished the race. And so the race began.

The cat wondered how she would get across if she was afraid of water. At the same time, the ox wondered how he would cross with his poor eyesight. The rat suggested that he and the cat jump onto the ox's back and guide him across. But as they were crossing the river, the rat snuck up behind the unsuspecting cat and pushed her into the water. Just as the ox came lumbering ashore, the rat jumped off and raced over the line first, closely followed by the ox. By the time the cat had managed to save herself from drowning and reached the finishing line it was too late for her to win any place in the calendar, and so she vowed to be the enemy of the rat forever after.

After the ox came the tiger, out of breath as she explained to the emperor how difficult it had been to cross the river with the strong currents dragging her downstream all the time. But because she was so strong she had eventually made it to shore and so was named the third animal in the cycle.

Just then there was a flash of fur and whiskers, and out of nowhere appeared the rabbit. He explained that he had crossed the river by jumping onto a floating log that had at first moved rapidly downstream, but had then suddenly been washed to shore. Thus he became the fourth animal in the zodiac cycle.

Coming in fifth place was the dragon, flapping his great wings and breathing fire into the air. The Emperor was very interested to know to why such a great creature like the dragon, who could fly, hadn¡¦t managed to arrive first. The dragon explained that he had been close to finishing when he saw a poor helpless rabbit clinging to a log that was being washed downstream. He therefore stopped and gave a mighty puff of breath to blow the log to the shore. By the time this good deed had been done, four of the other animals had already arrived.

No sooner had the dragon reached the finish line than the sound of galloping hooves was heard and the horse appeared. Hidden in the horse's mane was the snake, who hissed and moved just before the horse crossed the line. The horse got such a shock that she reared up and before she could recover the snake had slithered off her back and crossed the line in sixth place, beating the horse into seventh.

Not long after that, the sheep, monkey and rooster reached the bank of the river together. These three animals had helped each other all through the race. The rooster had found some logs tied together, and invited the other two creatures to go with it. The sheep and the monkey had worked together to clear the weeds, pulled and pushed and eventually managed to get to the other side. This cooperation greatly pleased the Emperor and he promptly declared that the sheep was eighth, the monkey ninth, and the rooster tenth.

Some time later the dog arrived in eleventh place. The Emperor expressed surprise that it had taken her so long despite the fact she was a better swimmer than most of the other animals. The dog explained that it was precisely her love of the water that had delayed her ¡V it had been so refreshing that she simply couldn¡¦t resist playing around for a while. Just as the emperor was wondering if no other animal would reach the finish, an oink, oink, oink was heard and of the pig came waddling into view. To nobody¡¦s surprise he related how he hadn¡¦t been able to resist the temptation of stopping and filling his belly with acorns. After that he had felt the need for a nap, and had only woken up a short time before. And so the pig became the twelfth and last animal of the zodiac cycle.

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The Chinese animal zodiac is a rotating cycle of 12 animals, a different one for each year. These recurring animals represent a concept of time, traditionally used for dating the years in China. The Chinese lunar calendar is based on the cycle of the moon, somewhat different to the western solar calendar, with the beginning of the Chinese year falling somewhere between late January and early February. Although China adopted the western calendar in 1911, they still celebrate the Chinese New Year, giving them a double celebration. Most Chinese calendars have the dates for both the Western and the Chinese New Year printed on them.

Not only is the Chinese New Year celebrated on a different date from the western New Year, but because it is based on the movement of the moon, it also falls on a different date each year. Thus, those born between late January and early February may find their birth year falls in different years between the western New Year and the Chinese New Year.

Order of Animals Legend

According to one Chinese legend, the animals argued over the order of the cycle. They agreed to ask their gods to decide and to abide by their decision. The gods decreed that the animals would race across a river, and that each animal's position in the cycle would be set by its place in the race.

On the day of the race, the 12 animals gathered on the riverbank. As the race began, the rat jumped unnoticed onto the ox's back, and just as the ox reached the other side of the riverbank, the rat jumped off its back and won the race. This is why the rat is first, the ox second, and the last animal in the race, the boar, is last in the cycle. And so the rotating cycle of 12 animals used traditionally for naming the years in China was established, with each animal year repeated every 12 years.

The Twelve Animal Signs

Over the years horoscopes have developed around the animal signs, in much the same way as the star signs (such as Aries, Pisces, etc) of the West. While these might be amusing and fun, the general Chinese populace does generally not regard them as serious.

The Year of The Rat

1900 1912 1924 1936 1948 1960 1972 1984 1996 2008

Those born in the year of the Rat are said to be ambitious hard-workers who are usually successful in achieving their goals. They also tend to be financially cautious perfectionists. They get angry easily, and enjoy gossiping. They are sometimes noted for being charming and attractive to the opposite sex. Rats are said to be most compatible with those born in the year of the Ox, Monkey and Dragon.

The Year of The Ox

1901 1913 1925 1937 1949 1961 1973 1985 1997 2009

Those born in the year of the Ox are said to be easy-going, though they can sometimes be bigoted and stubborn, with furious tempers. They hate failure and don't like to be challenged. At their best they are quiet and patient, with a tendency to inspire confidence in others. Oxen are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Rat, Snake and Rooster.

The Year of The Tiger

1902 1914 1926 1938 1950 1962 1974 1986 1998 2010

Those born in the year of the Tiger tend to be indecisive, often missing a good opportunity by taking too long. They are also sensitive, deep thinkers and can be sympathetic. However, they have a tendency to be very short-tempered and a little antiauthoritarian, although they are respected by others. Tigers are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Dog, Horse and Dragon.

The Year of The Rabbit

1903 1915 1927 1939 1951 1963 1975 1987 1999 2011

Those born in the year of the Rabbit (also known as the Hare) are said to be frequently financially lucky. They would make good gamblers, but are wise enough not to gamble. As well as being articulate, they tend to be talented and ambitious in business - they never back out of a contract and rarely lose their temper. They are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Dog, Goat and Boar.

The Year of The Dragon

1904 1916 1928 1940 1952 1964 1976 1988 2000 2012

Those born in the year of the Dragon are said to be brave and sensitive, and to inspire trust and confidence. They are energetic and healthy, though they have a tendency to be short-tempered. They don't borrow money or make fluffy speeches, but do have a soft heart. Dragons are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Rat, Snake, Rooster and Monkey.

The Year of The Snake

1905 1917 1929 1941 1953 1965 1977 1989 2001 2013

Those born in the year of the Snake are said to have great sympathy for those less fortunate than themselves, though they are also vain, selfish and thrifty with money, which they never have to worry about themselves, being financially lucky. They tend to be passionate and intense with strong determination and a hatred of failing. They prefer to rely on their own judgements, having little faith in the judgement of others. Snakes are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Ox and Rooster.

The Year of The Horse

1906 1918 1930 1942 1954 1966 1978 1990 2002 2014

Those born in the year of the Horse are said to like entertainment and large crowds. They are talented and wise, skilful, cheerful and good with their hands - and their tongues too, as they tend to talk too much. They tend to have a weakness for those of the opposite sex, and also to be hot-blooded and impatient. Possessing an independent streak, they rarely listen to the advice of others. Horses are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Dog, Tiger and Goat.

The Year of The Goat

1907 1919 1931 1943 1955 1967 1979 1991 2003 2015

Those born in the year of the Goat (also known as the Ram or the Sheep) are said to be very religious and pessimistic. They tend to be awkward in speech, puzzled about life and shy. Talented artists who enjoy the simple pleasures of life, they are compassionate, gentle and wise. Goats are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Horse, Boar and Rabbit.

The Year of The Monkey

1908 1920 1932 1944 1956 1968 1980 1992 2004 2016

Those born in the year of the Monkey are said to be good at problem-solving and making decisions. They are skilful and clever with a desire to learn and have excellent memories. However, they can be impatient and give up on projects if they are unable to start them immediately. Monkeys are said to be compatible with those born in the year of Rat and Dragon.

The Year of The Rooster

1909 1921 1933 1945 1957 1969 1981 1993 2005 2017

Those born in the year of the Rooster are said to be deep thinkers who always think they are right, and they usually are. They tend to be a bit eccentric, and have difficulty in relationships with others. They are also capable and talented and give the impression of being adventurous - however, they can also be emotionally cold. Roosters are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Snake, Dragon and Ox.

The Year of The Dog

1910 1922 1934 1946 1958 1970 1982 1994 2006 2018

Those born in the year of the Dog are said to have an intense sense of loyalty and honesty. They inspire confidence in others, make competent leaders, and are good at keeping secrets. However, they can also be emotionally cold, selfish, stubborn and sharp-tongued, finding faults with many things. Dogs are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Tiger, Rabbit and Horse.

The Year of The Boar

1911 1923 1935 1947 1959 1971 1983 1995 2007 2019

Those born in the year of the Boar (also known as the Pig) are said not to say much, though they have a thirst for knowledge. They don't have many friends, but those friends they do have are friends for life and they are exceptionally loyal to them. They tend to be chivalrous and gallant and they loathe arguments, despite their quick tempers. They face the problems of life head-on, and solve them with fortitude and honesty. Boars are said to be compatible with those born in the year of the Goat and Rabbit.

Estimating Age by Animal

With good knowledge and memory of the Chinese animal zodiac, it is possible to estimate a person's age, by asking what animal of the Chinese zodiac they are born in - this would place the person's age within the cycle of 12 years. It is a more polite way of discovering someone's age than asking them directly.

Complex Horoscopes

There are other more complex Chinese horoscopes, which include the position of the five elements: metal, wood, fire, water and earth (representing Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Mercury and Saturn respectively) in relation to the moon in a particular year. The time of day an individual is born may also be considered in connection to the forces of yin and yang (negative and positive), which are said to keep the universe in balance. Night time, when the moon is out, is considered to be yin, and daytime, when the sun is out considered to be yang.


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SOLAR CALENDAR

The solar calendar is a dating system based on the seasonal year of approximately 365.25 days, which is the time it takes the Earth to revolve once around the Sun to complete a cycle of seasons ending at the same position it stared from, as observed from Earth.

A solar calendar is a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the Earth on its revolution around the Sun, (or equivalently the apparent position of the Sun moving on the celestial sphere).

A solar calendar assigns a date to each solar day - i.e. a period between two successive events: sunset - sunrise.

If the position of the Earth (or the Sun) is reckoned with respect to the equinox, then the dates indicate the season (and so is synchronized to the declination of the Sun). Such a calendar is called a tropical solar calendar.

LUNISOLAR CALENDAR

A lunisolar calendar is a calendar whose date indicates both the phase of the Moon and the time of the solar year, hence a combination of the lunar as well as the solar calendar.

A lunisolar calendar is a lunar calendar that keeps months on a lunar cycle, but then intercalary months are added to bring the lunar cycles into synchronisation with the solar year.

The reason for this is that a year is not evenly divisible by an exact number of lunations, so without the addition of intercalary months the seasons will drift each year.

This results in a thirteen-month year every two or three years as i.e. shown in the Chinese calendar.

THE CHINESE CALENDAR, LUNISOLAR

The Chinese Calendar is a lunisolar calendar, a yearly one.

One lunar year consists of approximately 12.37 lunations and is from one Chinese New Year to the next.

One solar year is either the period between one Vernal Equinox and the next or the period between two Winter Solstices.

In the Chinese calendar there are two different month cycles. One uses the lunar system and the other uses the solar system.

In the lunar system of month, the the first day of a lunar month is the day when a new moon appears in a particular time zone, when the Moon is completely ¡¥black¡¦ and in conjunction with the Sun, hence is an astronomical new moon and begins at midnight. The first day of a new lunar month is also the darkest night of the month, hence one month corresponds to one lunar cycle, one phase of the Moon, the length of time between two successive new moon days.

The name of a lunar month is taken from the solar system. The months of the Chinese calendar are numbered by the Principal Term that falls within it (see below).

The Chinese solar months are not like the months of a ¡¥modern¡¦ calendar. The Chinese calendar divides the year into 24 solar segments according to the Sun¡¦s positions on the tropical zodiac. The solar months are defined by the longitudes of the Sun. Each segment's name was given for ancient Chinese farmers' use, representing a weather and /or seasonal condition. The 24 seasonal markers, which follow the solar year, are also called jieqi (¸`®ð, jieqi).

Every other Solar Term (the instant when the Sun reaches one of twenty-four equally spaced points along the ecliptic, including the Solstices and Equinoxes, positioned at fifteen degree intervals) of the Chinese solar year is equivalent to an entry of the Sun into a sign of the tropical zodiac (a Principal Term).

The zodiac sign which the Sun enters during the month and the ecliptic longitude of that entry point usually determine the number of a regular month. Month 1, ¥¿¤ë, zh?ngyue, literally means principal month (first moon). All other months are literally numbered, second month, third month, etc.

The determination of a Chinese year is based on astrological calculations; the dates of the new moon (= the first day of a lunar month) as well as the Sun¡¦s longitude.

A Chinese year normally consists of 12 months, one month corresponds to one lunar cycle/ one phase of the Moon.

One has to determine the dates when the Sun's longitude is a multiple of 30 degrees. These dates are called the Principal Terms and are used to determine the number of each month.

Season Note:

The twelve parts of the year corresponding to the signs of the zodiac each consists of two Solar Terms, but four zodiacal periods overlap two seasons. The seasons are of different lengths because, according to Kepler's Second Law, the Earth travels faster the closer it is to the Sun. (Johannes Kepler, 1571¡V 1630 AD, German mathematician and astronomer; Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion are thre mathematical laws that describe the motion of planets in the Solar System).

The following rules must apply to a Chinese Calendar:

- The first day of the month is the day on which the new moon occurs, the month are lunar month.

- Calculations of astrological new moons and the Sun entering the zodiac sign are based on a certain time zone and a determined location.

- The Winter Solstice, Principal Term 11, always falls in the 11th month.

- An ordinary year has twelve lunar months; an intercalary year has thirteen lunar months.

- A lunar month in which a Principal Term does not occur becomes a leap (or intercalary) month and is assigned the number of the month that preceded it but is designated as a leap.

If two months contain no Principal Term, only the first such month after the Winter Solstice is considered intercalary.

- Every other Solar Term of the Chinese solar year is equivalent to an entry of the Sun into a sign of the tropical zodiac (a Principal Term).

The Chinese have adopted the Western calendar since 1912, but the lunar calendar is still very used, not only for festive occasions such as the Chinese New Year.

The Chinese calendar is also called YIN calendar, due to the yin/ lunar characteristics as i.e. darkness, night-time, mysterious heaven, passive, softness, moisture, downward seeking, and docile aspects of things. Further than this, according to ancient Chinese astronomers, the five major planets referred to the Five Elements: Jupiter- Wood, Mars- Fire, Saturn- Earth, Venus- Metal (gold), Mercury- Water had to be taken into account. (See also: Five Elements Chart)

Not only the planets, but the number of each month and the weather conditions are supposed to relate to the Five Elements: month 1, 2/ rain- Wood; month 4,5/ heat- Fire; month 3,6,9,12/ wind- Earth; month 7,8/ clear Metal; month 10, 11/ cold- Water.







Chinese Zodiac - Mouse/Rat

People born in the Year of the Rat are noted for their charm and attraction for the opposite sex. They work hard to achieve their goals, acquire possessions, and are likely to be perfectionists. They are basically thrifty with money. Rat people are easily angered and love to gossip. Their ambitions are big, and they are usually very successful.

People under the rat sign are usually smart and willing to accumulate wealth and to make efforts to be successful. Throughout their lives, there will be many other people who can bring great fortune to them. Thus despite timidity, most of them are happy and harmonious with others.
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Chinese Zodiac - Rabbit

People born under the sign of the rabbit are gentle, sensitive, modest, and merciful and have strong memory. They like to communicate with others in a humorous manner. They cannot bear dull life, so they are good at creating romantic or interesting spice. But they lack meditative abilities and often sink money into ideas that may cause failures in their career.

People born in the Year of the Rabbit are articulate, talented, and ambitious. They are virtuous, reserved, and have excellent taste. Rabbit people are admired, trusted, and are often financially lucky. They are fond of gossip but are tactful and generally kind. Rabbit people seldom lose their temper. They are clever at business and being conscientious, never back out of a contract. They would make good gamblers for they have the uncanny gift of choosing the right thing. However, they seldom gamble, as they are conservative and wise.
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Chinese Zodiac - Horse

People born in the year of the horse have ingenious communicating techniques and in their community they always want to be in the limelight. They are active, clever, kind to others, and like to join in a venture career. They cannot bear too much constraint. However they are interested in only the superficial level of an object, neglecting the essence. Once they suffer from failure, they become pessimistic.

the Year of the Horse are popular. They are cheerful, skillful with money, and perceptive, although they sometimes talk too much. The are wise, talented, good with their hands, and sometimes have a weakness for members of the opposite sex. They are impatient and hot-blooded about everything except their daily work. They like entertainment and large crowds. They are very independent and rarely listen to advice.
Chinese Zodiac - Rooster

Roosters are considered to be honest, bright, communicative, ambitious and warm-hearted. They might be enthusiastic about something quickly, but soon might be impassive. They have strong self-respect and seldom rely on others. As most roosters are born pretty or handsome, they might have several loves in their lives, treating each lover seriously. If they can overcome their arrogance, they will make more progress.

People born in the Year of the Rooster are deep thinkers, capable, and talented. They like to be busy and are devoted beyond their capabilities and are deeply disappointed if they fail. People born in the Rooster Year are often a bit eccentric, and often have rather difficult relationship with others. They always think they are right and usually are! They frequently are loners and though they give the outward impression of being adventurous, they are timid. Rooster people's emotions like their fortunes, swing very high to very low. They can be selfish and too outspoken, but are always interesting and can be extremely brave.
Chinese Zodiac - Ox/Buffalo

People born in the Year of the Ox are patient, speak little, and inspire confidence in others. They tend, however, to be eccentric, and bigoted, and they anger easily. They have fierce tempers and although they speak little, when they do they are quite eloquent. Ox people are mentally and physically alert. Generally easy-going, they can be remarkably stubborn, and they hate to fail or be opposed.

People born in this year are probably honest, laborious, patient, obstinate, and poor at communication. Leaders in their career may not discover their abilities. In their old age, they would be bestowed with happiness. Women are usually good wives who pay attention to children¡¦s education, but are likely to believe others¡¦ cajolery, so should be cautious.
Chinese Zodiac - Dragon

People under the sign of the dragon are lively, energetic and fortunate. They often can be leaders and try to go for perfection. When they meet with difficulties, they are not discouraged. But they are a little arrogant, and impatient, and women are over- confident. If they overcome these defects, they can have a brighter future.

People born in the Year of the Dragon are healthy, energetic, excitable, short-tempered, and stubborn. They are also honest, sensitive, brave, and they inspire confidence and trust. Dragon people are the most eccentric of any in the eastern zodiac. They neither borrow money nor make flowery speeches, but they tend to be soft-hearted which sometimes gives others an advantage over them.
Chinese Zodiac - Sheep/Goat

People under the sign of the sheep are tender, polite, filial, clever, and kind-hearted. They have special sensitivity to art and beauty, faith in a certain religion and a special fondness for quiet living. They cope with business cautiously and circumspectly. In their daily life, they try to be economical. Women born in this year are willing to take good care of others, but they should avoid pessimism and hesitation.

People born in the Year of Ram are elegant and highly accomplished in the arts. They seem to be, at first glance, better off than those born in the zodiac¡¦s other years. But ram year people are often shy, pessimistic, and puzzled about life. They are usually deeply religious, yet timid by nature. Sometimes clumsy in speech, they are always passionate about what they do and what they believe in. Ram people never have to worry about having the best in life for their abilities make money for them, and they are able to enjoy the creature comforts that they like. Ram people are wise, gentle, and compassionate.
Chinese Zodiac - Dog

One born in the Year of Dog has a straightforward character. In their career and love, they are faithful, courageous, dexterous, smart and warm-hearted. Most women under this sign are appealing but lack stability. Correct this defect and good fortune will come to them.

People born in the Year of the Dog possess the best traits of human nature. They have a deep sense of loyalty, are honest, and inspire other people's confidence because they know how to keep secrets. But Dog People are somewhat selfish, terribly stubborn, and eccentric. They care little for wealth, yet somehow always seem to have money. They can be cold emotionally and sometimes distant at parties. They can find fault with many things and are noted for their sharp tongues. Dog people make good leaders.
Chinese Zodiac - Tiger

Tigers, considered to be brave, cruel, forceful and terrifying, are the symbol of power and lordliness. In ancient times, people usually compared emperors or grandees with the tiger. Court officials often said that ¡¥accompanying the emperor is just like being at the side of a tiger¡¥. There are also many legends on hunting tigers dealing with struggling against evil might.

Tiger people are sensitive, given to deep thinking, capable of great sympathy. They can be extremely short-tempered, however. Other people have great respect for them, but sometimes tiger people come into conflict with older people or those in authority. sometimes Tiger people cannot make up their minds, which can result in a poor, hasty decision or a sound decision arrived at too late. They are suspicious of others, but they are courageous and powerful.
Chinese Zodiac - Snake

People born in the year of the snake often have a good temper, a skill of communicating, and a gracious morality, but they are likely to be jealous and suspicious. They should be cautious about discussion with others, as that might cause them to lose friendship and opportunities. Women under the sign of the snake do well in housework but are irritable. They might gradually enjoy happiness in their old age.

People born in the Year of the Snake are deep. They say little and possess great wisdom. They never have to worry about money; they are financially fortunate. Snake people are often quite vain, selfish, and a bit stingy. Yet they have tremendous sympathy for others and try to help those less fortunate. Snake people tend to overdo, since they have doubts about other people¡¦s judgment and prefer to rely on themselves. They are determined in whatever they do and hate to fail. Although calm on the surface, they are intense and passionate. Snake people are usually good-looking and sometimes have marital problems because they are fickle.
Chinese Zodiac - Monkey

Most people born in the Year of the Monkey are lively, flexible, and versatile. They love moving and sports. To help others they put their own business aside. When communicating, they do not like to be controlled and have a strong desire to present themselves. In their work, they will show amazing creativity. If they are not impatient and mouthy, they can gain more achievement.

People born in the Year of the Monkey are the erratic geniuses of the cycle. Clever, skillful, and flexible, they are remarkably inventive and original and can solve the most difficult problems with ease. There are few fields in which Monkey people wouldn¡¦t be successful but they have a disconcerting habit of being too agreeable. They want to do things now, and if they cannot get started immediately, they become discouraged and sometimes leave their projects. Although good at making decisions, they tend to look down on others. Having common sense, Monkey people have a deep desire for knowledge and have excellent memories
Chinese Zodiac - Pig

People born in the Year of the Pig are honest and frank. They have a calm appearance and strong heart, but they lack patience and independence. As they do not like to talk in a roundabout way, they are thought to be unsociable. Luckily, they are tolerant and optimistic, so not until they become your friends can their virtue, advantages and fidelity to friendship be found.

People born in the Year of the Pig are chivalrous and gallant. Whatever they do, they do with all their strength. For Boar Year people, there is no left or right and there is no retreat. They have tremendous fortitude and great honesty. They don¡¦t make many friends but they make them for life, and anyone having a Boar Year friend is fortunate for they are extremely loyal. They don¡¦t talk much but have a great thirst for knowledge. They study a great deal and are generally well informed. Boar people are quick tempered, yet they hate arguments and quarreling. They are kind to their loved ones. No matter how bad problems seem to be, Boar people try to work them out, honestly if sometimes impulsively.


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When certain two stems are together with Attraction Relationship, the energy of a certain element might increase. When two or three branches are together with Attraction Relationship, the strength of a certain element might increase, too. Stem Attraction Relationship Yang Wood and Yin Earth are next together, the strength of Earth increases. Yin Wood and Yang Metal are next together, the strength of Metal increases. Yang Fire and Yin Metal are next together, the strength of Water increases. Yin Fire and Yang Water are next together, the strength of Wood increases.

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It is important to keep this room tidy and uncluttered as failing to do so will produce Sha. As this is a room where we require creativity and contemplation we must do all we can to produce Chi. It is helpful to have an area with no shelving where a comfortable high-backed chair can be placed for quite contemplation. The Chinese refer to this area as the Ming T'ang. Placing a picture symbolizing water behind the chair will help encourage the flow of creative energy. Place the desk so that the Feng Shui for Lovewindow is to the left of the seating position and so that the door can be seen from the desk. Do not allow the occupants back to face the door. If there is no window available put a mirror in its place. Take care to remedy the view of threatening elements from the window with Wind chimes or plants. Cactus and Bamboo are plants grown in very harsh conditions and symbolize good fortune, thus making them ideal for placement in the home office, study or wealth area. Any sharp leaved plants are good Feng Shui in this area as they are believed to deter harmful influences.

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Auspicious and Unauspicious Colors for the coming year
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Home Feng Shui in other areas:
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Children Room Feng Shui
Kitchen Feng Shui
Dining Room Feng Shui
Living Room Feng Shui

Living Room Feng Shui
Make a fireplace the focus of the living room rather than having a large TV and/or a collection of hi-fi equipment dominating the room. Feng Shui agrees totally with this. If you can keep your TV to one side and minimize the effect of hi-fi and other stuff, the room will feel far more welcoming. Such equipment along with computer equipment is a mixture of the elements of metal and water and while a little of these is wonderful, too much of them dominating the room is not good. A nice square or rectangular living room is best, as there is nowhere for Chi to collect and stagnate. Unless your room is very small, avoid pushing the furniture against the walls so that it ends up looking like a dentists waiting room but arrange your seating in a horse shoe formation so that everybody can feel comfortable. If your living room is not rectangular but an odd shape, put a plant in the odd shaped end in order to liven it up and to prevent stale Chi from gathering. Try to avoid sitting with your back to the door, as this will make you feel insecure. Use a mirror over a fireplace that has been blocked off to make a small room seem more spacious. Avoid placing seats under a beam, as this will make the occupant insecure. Furniture shape and size must be in keeping with the room. Cushions and soft furnishings soften a room and introduce a touch of feminine Yin into a heavily masculine room. Use the less importantly numbered areas of your room for sideboards, shelving, plants and other 'fillers'. Try to keep the centre of this room and the dining table tidy, if you have one, because this is considered to be a minor health area which will encourage well-being if it is kept clear of clutter and mess. Flowers and plants will encourage good Chi and they will soften any secret arrows that are in the room. It is considered inauspicious to use dried flowers and any cut flowers should be thrown out before they start to die. Mirrors are useful when you need to extend an area of the house but avoid placing it in such a way that the reflection cuts your head in half when you are seated. A mirror over a fireplace as this is said to encourage good Chi to vanish up the chimney, but if the fireplace is ornamental and not actually used as an open fire, this is fair enough. A mirror over a Feng Shui for finance can make a small room feel larger and brighter. A tank of fish is considered a wonderful thing for promoting luck, money, harmony and peace. If your living room is situated at the front of the house this is definitely a great place to have one. ¡@


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Auspicious and Unauspicious Locations for the coming year
Auspicious and Unauspicious Colors for the coming year
Lucky Numbers for the coming year


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