2016 was the year of the Monkey, and the monkey is the master of mischief as we saw this past election year. What does the 2017 Chinese horoscope have in store for you?
The rooster is the strutting king of his domain, who tells us to wake-up and get-to-work, not only at sunrise but throughout the day (as anyone living near a farm can tell you.) With his glorious plumage he loves being the center of attention.
People born in a Rooster Year (1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017) are active, popular, outspoken, honest (sometimes too much so), loyal, healthy, talkative, witty, and charming.
2017 Chinese Horoscope Fire Rooster Year
2017 will be a year of activity and passion – not just passion in love, but in many aspects of your life. You will feel more ambition, fueled by enthusiasm, for your life and your work, meaning you will work hard and be more focused on your goals. You will have more perseverance and courage so difficulties and adversities will not hinder you. You will be more self-directed.
Image and appearance will be more important for you and more in everyone’s awareness.
Political passions will flare with ordinary people speaking up.
There will be a trend toward greater efficiency in financial institutions. Whether this means greater adoption of digital interfaces or other means will be clearer as the year progresses.
Wise Actions for the Year of the Rooster
Using the insights of the 2017 Chinese horoscope, take advantage of an increased passion for life and work. This is a good time to work harder, with greater focus to achieve your goals.
Relationships between people will be open to greater honesty.
The Chinese view the Rooster as conservative and inflexible – so one of your challenges this year is to consciously be more flexible. In this way your ideas and strategies better prepare you for the future.
Love will burn bright in a Fire Rooster year. Be sure your passion doesn’t overwhelm you or those you love.
Fire Qualities for 2017
2017 is also a Fire Yin year. Fire is the element of passion, love, being in the spotlight, quick action and quick decisions. During a Fire Yin Year you need to take time to be alone to rest and recharge yourself or you risk burn-out or feeling “fried.”
Serena Williams (congratulations on your record breaking twenty third Grand Slam Championship!), Beyonce, Jennifer Aniston and Bob Marley.
Celebrate Chinese New Year Season
Jan 28 (new moon)- February 3, (first day of the Chinese astrological year) 2017 with a second chance at your January 1st New Year’s Resolutions and a sweet treat: an orange, tangerine or clementine fruit. The orange color of the fruit is represents gold. Eating a “golden” fruit will bring prosperity to you in the year to come
Gung Hay Fat Choy!
Celebrate the New Year with a Feng Shui consultation for your home or office.
Contact me and we can discuss the improvements you want to see in your home and your life.