Liquid Pools That Shimmer

Majestic ripples. Waves of time spreading outwards. Timeless and hidden soothing the mind.

Blues And Greens

Wayward and alone. Agreed solidarity. Bold and beautiful. Creative and alive.

A View of Paradise.

Tropical pools. Bamboo trees. Rocks and waterfalls. The sun blazing high above.

Northern Lake

Misty mountain top. Lake of dreams. Enter the green valley and become one with nature.

Tree of Life

Never ask why. Fate surely has other plans for you when a mystic light is shining on you.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Happy Chinese New Year!

The Year of the Dragon is here and get ready for very auspicious year. The sign of the Dragon begins on January 23, 2012. The Dragon is the most powerful of all the signs in Chinese astrology known as the great protector over evil and has driving forces of passion and ambition as its ruler. The Dragon is the fifth in the Chinese Zodiac. Consider a divine beast. Dragons are honored and respected. A karmic sign Dragons are geared for relationships and attracting many loyal friends. Dragons are self-sufficient and not into conformity. Dragons are imaginative, emotional, healthy, expressive, cool-headed, hard-working, seeking challenges, generous, risk-takers, and lucky, the energy and likeness of which is bestowed this new year to all the other zodiac signs.

During the Year of the Dragon is good for business endeavors, careers, bold plans, new projects, new ideas, health, wealth, and good for relationships, new romances, weddings, commitments, communication, and taking the initiative. The Dragon also represents immortality, happiness, and fertility. Many people around the world are out having babies at this time to guarantee their child’s good fortune, while others are limiting the number of babies, but either choice is right for the parenting individuals. The Year of the (water) Dragon is very powerful and actually promises a successful year for most other signs not born during the 12 year cycle of the Dragon. Very similar to Western astrology the Chinese astrological signs are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Nearly all the signs will see some level of good fortune rise this year.

The celebration of the Dragon goes back 5000 years and last 15 days long. A great year for seekers of a better career, more education, more luck, promising ventures, romance (for married and unmarried), and full of spiritual growth, makeovers (Feng Shui living), new places, new excitement, new purpose, and new prospect. The Year of the Dragon is full of hope, realizing dreams, and allowing you to follow your passion, giving you strength to boldly go beyond your self with a steady gradual climb being mindful of not over doing it, but curving all ventures with an equal balanced of health. So make the most of this festive year and be happy and prosperous!


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