Chinese Calendar Years

According to chinese astrology, the beginning of the new year does not coincide with the generally accepted on the Gregorian calendar on January 1. The exact date of the holiday is determined by the lunar calendar and falls on the second new moon after the winter solstice. At this time, the reins pass from one sign of the horoscope to another, and everything that happens over the next 12 months is under his vigilant control. Knowing the nature of the patron animal, you can get an idea of future events. Depending on its individual properties, adjust its behavior. Timely actions taken taking into account the characteristics of the year will help to achieve success in all areas of life.

All signs of the Chinese zodiac are under the auspices of one of the 5 elements. Each of them makes its own changes, enhances certain qualities of the animal. The result is 60 unique combinations with an individual set of properties. It is in their power to change the fate of man, to create the necessary energy background. Knowing the characteristics of the year and the dominant elements, we can determine the most favorable period for important actions. The ability to competently manage your time and resources will avoid negative aspects. It is enough to correctly use the opportunities that have been opened in order not to know any problems during the period of interest.

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