The Chinese New Year, according to the lunar calendar, starts on the New Moon which in 2021, will be on 12 February. This will take place after the Winter Solstice. It is a time of new beginnings and signifies a fresh start for everyone. People will not be sorry to see the end of 2020, a year characterized by the pandemic that assaulted our planet. For those who follow the Chinese New Year, the close of the tragic and tumultuous year of the Rat is thankfully fast approaching its end.
12 Feb marks the beginning of the Year of the Ox. The second animal of the Chinese zodiac, the Ox denotes the hard work, positivity, and honesty that will be manifested in all of us in the coming 12 months, according to astrologers. The Ox is strong, grounded, diligent, loyal, gentle, and trustworthy.
This year is going to be perfect to focus on relationships, both, on the professional and personal front. Based on Chinese astrology, 2021 is going to be a year when hard work will pay off, and those who make a considerable effort will stand to gain.
Note that the Stars (energies) change location annually, so it’s important to update your Feng Shui yearly. This is the time to invest in yourself!
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