Happy Lunar New Year

The Year of the Snake

This year, we will be transitioning from the year of the Dragon to the year of the Snake. Last year, in the year of the Dragon, the Dragon brought many volatile changes. Things should be smoother and calmer in the year of the Snake. There will be some challenges this year as well as some great opportunities. The Year of the Snake represents knowledge, wisdom, and self-discipline. We will see some big changes in the year ahead – some of these changes
can be demanding, but we will also see some positive shifts. It shouldn’t be as chaotic as it was in the year of the Dragon.

In the year of the Snake, it is important to be cautious. You should seek balance and stability in all areas of your life, wealth, health and relationships. There is a chance for a lot of travel this year. You may be traveling long distances or internationally. Things will be moving quickly, so be prepared for greater opportunities. Tap into your intuition to help guide you through the challenges that might come up this year.
Happy New Year
The Chinese New Year is the perfect time to clean your home from top to bottom. You want your home to sparkle and shine. This is a good time to clear out the clutter and old things that may be holding you back. Take the time to review your goals for the New Year and look over your vision board. This is the perfect time to replace any items that are worn out or broken. You want to start out the Chinese New Year fresh and clean. This will allow the positive Chi to flow into your environment and your life!


4 thoughts on “Happy Lunar New Year

  1. Cara, I read your blog on the Chinese New Year and how it can affect us. How does the Chinese New Year affect us, being that I am not Chinese? This is facinating yet confusing. Can you elaborate, or direct me to additional reading? I am anxious to learn! Thanks.

    • Mary,
      That is a good question you do not have to be Asain to celebrate in their traditions. This is just one way we can learn about the many cultures throughout the world and if we have the desire, we can adopt some of their traditions. For me personally I am facinated by the Asian culture and traditions. I love applying their traditions and feel their ancient wisdom can assist me even in this day and age.

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