Harrods (London, UK) celebrates the Chinese Year of the Horse – 2014 – with an amazing window display of full-size horses. It would be almost perfect if some of the horses were made of wood or in a green colour since 2014 is the Year of the Wood Horse.
Feng shui tips for the Chinese New Year – the Year of the (wood) Horse starting 31 January 2014
The bagua chart for 2014 looks like this
To find out what your star number is check the chart below or do this calculation: add all the digits of the date of your birth until you end up with one digit, for example if you were born in 1987, 1+9+8+7=25 and then 2+5 = 7 and then subtract from 11, so 11-7=4 so 4 is your star number and in 2014 your star is in the middle of the bagua.
If your star is number 2 then 2014 is about your family, health, community work and clearing any negative past influences/memories.
The Snake Zodiac Sign – The Year of The Snake – Feng Shui Tips for the Year of the Snake
Feng shui tips for the Chinese New Year (10 February 2013) – The Year of The Snake (Water Snake)
Happy and Prosperous Chinese New Year 2013 – The Year of (Water) the Snake and Kung Hei Fat Choi to all.
Please remember that the New Year celebration can last up to 15 days (depending on the tradition) but you have at least five days to do something positive to celebrate it and being grateful to the Chinese for giving us feng shui.
Metal Tiger Year – Chinese New Year starts on the 14th February 2010 (Sunday)
Tigers are most compatible with the Dog signs as they are straightforward, honest as well as free-spirited. Tigers are also compatible with the energy the Horse sign. Other zodiac signs such as the Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Snake, Rooster, Ox, Dragon, and Rat can be happy with the Tiger sign. Two Tigers can get along well with each other. Tigers are least compatible with the Monkey signs.