Your Luck and Lucky Symbols for the Year of the Fire Rooster 2017
Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Boar
Want To Know Who's Good For You?
A central foundation of Chinese astrology is the concept of Yin and
Yang, which expresses the balanced wholeness of two opposing but
Activating Your Seven Chakras
CHAKRA is a Sanskrit word that means “wheel.” Those who can see them describe chakras as spinning wheels of light that glow and spread outwards. The magnificence of the radiating colours reflects the strength of a person’s inner chi, the clarity of one’s thoughts and the purity of one’s attitudes.
Lunar vs Solar
Chinese are familiar with the Chinese lunar calendar, which keeps track
of the movements of the moon, in particular the new moon and full moon
Miracle on Canal Street
I wanted to share with you the story about the "sign" I got on the way
back from Chinatown last weekend. We were sitting in a restaurant in
Chinatown discussing the name for my Feng Shui site with a couple of
Fun with Chinese Astrology
The Chinese Zodiac wheel has 12 animals in their order of
appearance in the Chinese calendar, starting with the rat and followed
by the ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster,
dog and boar.
The Art of Tzi Wei Dou Shu
Most people are only familiar with the animal signs associated with
their year of birth. Authentic Chinese Astrology moves way beyond what
is generally understood by the reading in the animal year which is only
the tip of the iceberg of what we actually call, Chinese Astrology.
What "Tree" Are You?
OK, this isn't exactly "Chinese" astrology, but it makes a nice change, and besides, whoever would have thought that each of us represented a species of tree ???
Mahabote Charts - Reveal the Influence of Planets on Your Life
From the convents of Burma come the practice of Mahabote, a
fascinating method of astrology that is both easy and revealing.
Practised also in Thailand, in recent years it is becoming increasingly
popular in the USA and Europe due to the pioneering work of westerners
like Roeland de Looff who lives in the Netherlands.