This is a year where we will all be able to excel – if we act and integrate the strengths of the Rooster. This is also a year for making money and saving money in many new ways…if we act as a Rooster does.
As Theodora Lau mentions Roosters thrive with regular, scheduled routines, they are great administrators, they are relentless when given a task because they are dedicated to the project, friend, boss and cause for which they work. A Rooster is a great friend and ally to have.
Some people will be able to thrive by finding new forms of income or new ways of saving money when they employ the talents of what the Rooster has to share – which is meticulous record keeping, and administration and an ability to work like clockwork and be disciplined in how money is budgeted, saved and earned (auto deducted savings for instance that you do not touch grows at a great rate).
This isn’t sexy stuff at first, but like compounded interest – it can add up to gorgeous, big bucks when applied correctly!
This is also a year where first impressions will really count, even if it does not reflect the deeper you. You can capitalize on this by trying to be impeccable or at the very least wear a single item which has flare when you go out. it might be a bright, favorite scarf or shawl, a hat or wild socks or something that shows you thought about what you put together; you will be glad you did.
You can make positive impressions by being clear in your intentions, thoughtful in your appearance and by following steadfast and proven paths to success. Those who emulate and mirror the qualities of the Fire Rooster’s hard work, commitment and loyalty will go far this year.
Each Chinese Zodiac animal is actually reflective of where Jupiter ‘lives’ as it traverses the heavens, one constellation per year.
A Rooster Year is when Jupiter is in Virgo bringing great talents with details, perseverance and a fortitude which comes from being able to be focused on the short-term tasks which bring long term success.
Lunar New Year lands on the New Moon every year (on the second New Moon after December/Winter Solstice).
It is the “Spring Festival” of the Chinese Luni-solar calendar. The Chinese calendar is both lunar and solar just like the Vedic Calendar.
Years of the Rooster are:
Feb 8 1921 – Jan 27 1922
Jan 26 1933 – Feb 13 1934
Feb 13 1945 – Feb 1 1946
Jan 31 1957 – Feb 17 1958 (Yin) FIRE ROOSTER
Feb 17 1969 – Feb 5 1970
Feb 5 1981 – Jan 24 1982
Jan 23 1993 – Feb 9 1994
Feb 9 2005 – Jan 28 2006
Jan 28 2017 – Feb 15 2018 (Yang) FIRE ROOSTER
Conscious Coaching with Kathleen: Would you like to have a one on one session with Kathleen to understand what the Year of the Rooster might be lighting up in your life? Receive profound insights and get actionable steps to connect with purpose, dharma, career, family or romance and your personal spiritual path.