Chinese New Year 2013. Today, on February 10, starts the Year of the Water Snake according to the Chinese zodiac. Then, Happy New Year of the Snake!
On February 10, 2013 it started the Chinese New Year. According to Chinese astrology, our 2013 is the year of the water snake. What does it mean?
Intelligent but with a tendency to be unscrupulous, children born during this year will have these characteristics and will form a generation maybe excessive bold and not very sympathetic. However, they will be great inventors and maybe they will bring good discoveries for the future of the mankind. Some of the most powerful men and beautiful women were born under the Snake.
Chinese zodiac is based on 12 animals, which follow one another cyclically. Then, last year was the time for the dragon and next year will reign the horse (according to Chinese zodiac, horse is the worst).
This is the eternal cycle: Rat-Ox-Tiger-Rabbit-Dragon-Snake-Horse-Goat-Monkey-Rooster-Dog-Pig
Some advices for the Year of the Water Snake:
Chinese said the dragon fell down from the sky and then became a snake. Therefore, the snake is also called a little dragon, and like the dragon, the snake attacks other animals only when it’s hungry. Then, this year we must keep the distance from troubles and we will find a calm quiet 2013. Thus, snake won’t hurt people.
Furthermore, snake has the ability to swallow an animal bigger than its size. So we cannot underestimate snake ambitious. If we are too much ambitious this year, the year will defeat us and our projects. Once again, be calm!
However, 2013 will be peaceful than 2012, the year of the Dragon. For all signs during a Snake year, inner growth, spirituality, and discovering the hidden meanings of things come to the forefront… Maybe this is a lesson: we should think less about money and little ambitious and more about ethics.
Last year was a bad year. We hope the water snake brings us peace and prosperity but, remember, we must work out our anger and hostile wishes.
You should never piss off a snake!
**Maybe you like to read also this interview about Feng Shui
Here, a song to celebrate the Chinese New Year.