Beautifully illustrated by Asian artists, discover what the Wood Sheep has in store for 2015, in a reading by Jennifer Too, CEO and co- founder of the World of Feng Shui website.
2015 brings the Star of Future Prosperity for the cleverest sign in the Chinese zodiac. There is great promise for those willing to take on gargantuan projects with long timeframes to fruition. If you think big and have the patience to see things through, the year could be a turning point. You have small successes along the way, but don’t be in a hurry to claim the big prize. Every small achievement is a stepping stone to your ultimate goal. LUCK ENHANCERS: Carry the Power Mirror to strengthen the power of your speech; this will enable others to appreciate your ideas. AFFLICTIONS: You have to deal with the Robbery Star; be careful not to get mugged or cheated. Carry the Anti-Burglary amulet and get the Anti-Burglary Totem for the southwest of your home. SECRET WEAPON: Your wit and intellect. LOVE: Enjoy intimacy and romance. An auspicious time for marriage! Illustrated by Zac Lee, the awardwinning artist who recently showcased his fifth solo exhibit at Shalini Ganendra Fine Art. This year, he is one of the talents featured by SGFA in its Asia Week New York debut.
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As the ruling animal this year, you benefit from strong energy. The Tai Sui resides in your sector; carry his amulet to keep him on your side and find yourself with a distinct advantage over other signs. You are flanked by a Big Auspicious star as well as a Small Auspicious one. This indicates success and happiness comes in all forms and sizes for you. Whatever you take on, the challenge can be just as rewarding as the prize. LUCK ENHANCERS: Activate the Purple Star 9 in your sector by wearing purple and silver; this brings money luck as well as spiritual contentment. AFFLICTIONS: A low spirit essence makes you vulnerable to insecurity. Don’t let others dictate your self worth – stay convinced of your own abilities. SECRET WEAPON: You enjoy long-run luck, so always be patient while working towards big harvests. There is a lot to reap as long as you pace yourself. LOVE: You prefer to be chased rather than do the chasing. Still, you are not indifferent to love; and it will be those who can see that, who will be able to catch you. Illustrated by Jun Kit, the brilliant illustrator who was part of an exhibition titled ‘Gangguan’, presented by OUR ArtProject.