Annual Forecast & Fengshui Remedies for 2013 : Gui Si, the Yin Black Water Snake Year – for Chinese Astrology Zodiac Animal Sign Pig (as per Chinese Astrology Horoscope) by Janarrdhana Guptha, Energy Consultant
If you were born in the Year of Pig or Boar or Hog (1911, 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007) as per Chinese Astrology Horoscopes, know your Destiny in 2013 in your Career / Profession / Business, Health, Wealth, Harmony, Love and Studies. Be aware of your strengths and be warned of the negative energies that you may have to face, to plan your strategies well ahead. Get to know the Feng Shui Enhancers and Cures that can help you, too.
The Chinese Zodiac Astrology is ancient, interesting, accurate and loved by millions across the world. The Chinese Zodiac is based on cyclic concept of time : a cycle of 12 years, repeated again and again. The 12 Years are associated with 12 Celestial Animals : Rat (or Mouse on Mongoose), Ox (or Buffalo or Bull or Cow), Tiger, Rabbit (or Hare or Cat), Dragon, Snake (or Serpent), Horse, Goat (or Sheep or Ram or Lamb), Monkey, Rooster (or Hen or Cock or Chicken or Phoenix), Dog and Pig (or Boar or Hog). The animal names occasionally differ with the Oriental Country they originate. The Chinese Yearly Astrology Horoscopes are basically built around these 12 Animal Signs.
Your Chinese Astrological Zodiac Animal Sign is directly based on the Chinese Lunar Year of Birth that you were born. The Chinese New Year is mobile and could start anywhere between 21st January and 20th February, depending upon the year. If your Date of Birth falls into any of the following Chinese Lunar Years, then, because you are born in the Year of the Pig (or Boar or Hog), you are symbolically identified by your Celestial Animal, the “Pig (or Boar or Hog)” :
From 30 Jan 1911 to 17 Feb 1912
From 16 Feb 1923 to 04 Feb 1924
From 04 Feb 1935 to 23 Jan 1936
From 22 Jan 1947 to 09 Feb 1948
From 08 Feb 1959 to 27 Jan 1960
From 27 Jan 1971 to 14 Feb 1972
From 13 Feb 1983 to 01 Feb 1984
From 31 Jan 1995 to 18 Feb 1996
from 18 Feb 2007 to 06 Feb 2008
In Chinese Hsia Calender, 2013 is the 4710th year and significantly, is also the tenth year of the New Feng Shui Land Luck Cyclic Period 8 Energy Cycles (Age of 8). The New Chinese Lunar Year of Gui Si starts on the 10th of February, 2013 and ends on the 30th January, 2014.
Enjoy the Yearly Analysis and learn about the suggested Feng Shui Remedies that you may need for the coming New Chinese Lunar Year 2013 : Gui Si, Year of the Yin Black Water Snake :
Sliding Career Luck. The Water Snake year will test your patience and capability to the maximum. The only way to navigate would be to go with the flow, adapt and be flexible. When encountering stumbling blocks, be patient. To add to these woes will be rumours and bad office politicking. Inaugurate the statue of Horse on Giant Ru-Yi in North.
Important : You are on a clashing mode with the Year TaiSui of 2013. Try and avoid attending cremation rituals, burial ceremonies, funerals and wakes; felling of tress and piercing of ear lobes this year. The wrath of TaiSui brings slanders, bad reputation, legal trouble, hurdles in progress and face calamities like thefts and financial loss. To appease the TaiSui, display the 3 Divine Guardians – Blue Pi-Yao, Red Chi-Lin & White Fu-Dog facing your main door, on the inside.
Weak Wealth Luck. Extra careful planning of expenses and purchases is a must. Avoid risky investments, gambling and speculations. Money loss in one form or the other seems inevitable. Beware of fast track money schemes. Seek help by installing the Laughing Buddha with Bok-Choy in the South East.
Worrying Health Luck. Heavy work load and mental stress should be tackled properly to avoid getting into depression. Healthy diet and timely intake coupled with meditation and exercises will help. Hang or keep 3 Green Facetted Crystal Balls in the East.
Shaky Relationship Luck. Unstable emotions and constant disappointments will play havoc in your personal and professional relationship. You might feel lonely. Swallow your pride and take extra care in mending the fences. Minimize the negative effects by placing the statues of your zodiac animal, allies and secret friend in North West.
Lackluster Academic Luck. Lack of focus and dwindling interest in studies will lead you to downfall, unless you redivert your concentration back to academia and jump over the obstacles. Gain motivation and luck by installing the Pagoda carrying Dragon Head Turtle in the North East.
IMPORTANT – TAISUI 2013 : TaiSui (Tai Sui or Tai Shui), a very important aspect of Chinese Astrology, is popularly known as the Grand Duke of Jupiter. It is an intangible energy body of war-like nature that should not be disturbed. The TaiSui or the Year Authority is a commanding post that has total control over that particular year. The Chinese Lunar Year Cycle has 60 years and so there are 60 TaiSui, with every year having a different TaiSui. For 2013, the Gui Si Year of the Yin Black Water Snake, “Xu Dan or Xu Shun” is the TaiSui and he is situated at South East. Do not sit facing South East but with your back turned to the South East. Do not install any moving objects like Fish Aquariums or Water Fountains in South East, this year. Do not dig, construct, renovate, redecorate or repair or refurnish in South East this year. Do not drill or even drive a nail in the South East wall. Keep the noise levels to the barest minimum in the South East. Do not excavate or top-up any water bodies in the South East. Do not shift or relocate to South East, this year. Do not chop trees, if they are in the South East. Those of you belonging to the Chinese Zodiac Animal Signs of Snake, Pig, Tiger and Monkey are directly offending the 2013 TaiSui, in different damaging formations. The wrath of TaiSui brings slanders, damage to reputation, legal troubles and obstacles to progress. To pacify the 2013 TaiSui and gain his blessings, display the 3 Divine Guardians : Blue Pi-Yao, Red Chi-Lin & White Fu-Dog facing your main door, on the inside. Certain scheming, shady, vile characters are “evil-eyeing” those born under the Chinese Zodiac Animal Signs of Ox, Rabbit and Rooster, in 2013. Avoid falling into the conniving plot of these crafty villains by installing the Pair of Special Chimera carrying 4 Scholastic Objects and sitting over Sacred Turtle in the West.
A NOTE ABOUT REMEDIES : The above analysis has suggested some remedies/cures for reducing the impact of negative energy and has recommended certain enhancers for increasing and improving upon the beneficial energy of the year. For the remedies/enhancers to be effective, they should be Cleansed, Energized (Empowered, Energised, Energized, Energy Imbibed, Energy Infused, Energy Instilled, Prana Prathishta), Blessed and Programmed (Samuka Karana) not only for the particular individual/family but also for the specific purpose/problem. To know more about Why Remedies should be Energised and Programmed and Whether Fengshui Goodluck Symbols Really Work ?, click here. They should also be placed in the indicated location, to derive the maximum benefit. To buy genuine Energized and Programmed Remedies, mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call +91 098422-40274.
AUTHOR BIO : Janarrdhana Guptha is an Energy Consultant, Fengshui & Vaastu Researcher, Crystal Master & Clairvoyant Karma Reader. His speciality is Karma Energy Correction through custom-built Crystal Energy Fields and custom-designed Sacred Geometry Crystal Yantras & Mandalas. He is the author of the best selling book Guide To Fengshui Goodluck Symbols, now in it’s 8th successful edition. His E-Mail : email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. His websites : http://www.karmacorrection.com/, http://www.fengshui-remedies.com, http://goodluck-charms.com/, http://www.crystal-yantra.com, http://divine-energytools.com/, http://www.crystal-vaastu.com/home.htm & http://www.newage-kabbalah-numerology.com.
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