Make the most of the new year

Watch your for­tunes change for the bet­ter this Chi­nese new year, thanks to the im­pact of the horse on your health, ca­reer and fi­nances

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As per the Chi­nese lu­nar cal­en­dar the year of the wooden horse (Jan­uary 31, 2014 to Fe­bru­ary 2015) is set to change the for­tunes of all zo­diac signs. In this se­ries, a lot of per­ti­nent ques­tions re­gard­ing money, health and ca­reer of var­i­ous zo­diac signs will be ad­dressed. Should you sit on the fence and tread care­fully or gam­ble and gal­lop ahead fear­lessly? Check out what’s in store for you and how you should make the most of this year:

Tiger

The tiger and the horse share a pas­sion­ate and har­mo­nious re­la­tion­ship. Ac­cord­ing to the Chi­nese lu­nar cal­en­dar, your zo­diac sign is tiger if you are born af­ter Fe­bru­ary 4 in any of the fol­low­ing years: 1902, 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998. If you are born on the fourth or be­fore, your sign is ox not tiger.

Ca­reer: There is an in­crease in re­spon­si­bil­i­ties this year as your ca­pa­bil­i­ties will shine through. You en­joy sup­port and good­will from peers. So, fo­cus on your ca­reer and look out for a pro­mo­tion or a lead­er­ship po­si­tion.

Money: Those born un­der this sign­will use their cre­ativ­ity when it comes to mak­ing money. Ex­tra in­come is on the cards. How­ever, be care­ful of risky in­vest­ments and rash de­ci­sions .

Health: High spir­its and an ac­tive life­style are on the cards for you. Your en­ergy lev­els are soar­ing but be­ware of phys­i­cal ex­haus­tion while trav­el­ling.

Rab­bit

The rab­bit de­rives in­spi­ra­tion and courage from the horse. As per the Chi­nese lu­nar cal­en­dar, your zo­diac sign is rab­bit if you are born af­ter Fe­bru­ary 4 in the fol­low­ing years: 1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999. Ca­reer: Your net­work­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills will dra­mat­i­cally im­prove your ca­reer. But don’t be in a rush to catch up with the am­bi­tious en­ergy of the horse. Slow down and watch your for­tunes change. How­ever, stay vig­i­lant and w at c h o u t f o r of­fice pol­i­tics. Your in­volove­ment in ar­gu­ments could make you ar­ro­gant and hurt your ad­vance­ment.

Money: Money flows like wa­ter into your life. The rab­bit is ex­trav­a­gant this year and will not be able to save much. So­cial ex­penses can take a toll on your bud­get, so be care­ful!

Health: Your busy sched­ule and hec­tic so­cial life will use up a lot of your brain power

and could re­sult i n ex­haus­tion. So to con­serve en­ergy, bal­ance your strength against your ca­pa­bil­i­ties. Tak­ing out time for re­lax­ation will prove ben­e­fi­cial.

The au­thor is a feng shui con­sul­tant, direc­tor of Spirit n Soulkraft, tarot card reader, nu­merol­o­gist, palmist and a holis­tic healer. Email mikkachawla@gmail.com

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