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YEAR OF THE TIGER

The 2022 Chinese New Year falls on February 1st and is the Year of the Tiger. The Tiger will be the Zodiac animal in charge of 2022 until January 1st 2023 when the Year of the Rabbit will take over. Year 2022 sees Tiger in his Yang Water element and follows on from the Metal Ox of 2021, which was quite an energetic influence to contend with. 

The Water Tiger sometimes called the ‘Yang Black Tiger’ for Year 2022 represents spontaneity as well as a determined and ‘can do’ attitude. For those who are wanting to move on from difficulties, the Water Tiger is said to offer healing, particularly if our lives have been dramatically changed in recent times. 

The ambition and drive of the Water Tiger could herald some incredible new advancements within the Scientific and technological communities, particularly in the fields of medicine, psychology and robotics. 

As this is a Water element Year, situations that were once fiery may become more diluted. Whilst the idea of a bucket of water being thrown over our passions may sound a little disappointing, there can also be an excitement at the thought of some stability growing. 

Transparency, truth and a deepening of emotional consciousness, paired with drive and determination can be qualities that are welcomed, even if it does mean that our world continues to change and reshape. 

Moderation, fairness and good judgement are all attributed to year 2022 and if we can see this year as a year to buckle down, mature and see that we are all interconnected we can really get the most out of the Tiger, who has the perseverance, inner strength and nurturing nature to truly shine.

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Sign Rat

While there are some major shifts in the early weeks of the year, more important for you personally are the final days of the month of the Rat, which runs its course on 2nd January. While the month of the Rat will usually begin in December and will end before the end of the year or in early January, ending within the first 48 hours of 2022 makes this something that you need to grab by the tail. This is more than just a chance to begin the year under your native influence but at the start of a new personal 12 month lunar cycle, push the ‘reset’ button. Ending so close to the New Year, this is a chance to set some personal resolutions, ones that will help you to align with your personal truth as you embark on the journey ahead. 

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In the meantime, the New Moon on 2nd January that brings the month of the Rat to a close will not only usher in the lucrative month of the Ox but the final month of the Year of the Ox. For the Rat, the month of the Ox can be a lucrative month and the Year of the Ox even more so, but it is less about the money and more a combination of a greater belief in yourself and in what you deserve and the Ox’ sense of determination. This gives you the confidence to stand your ground, standing up for what you believe in and deserve while at the same time doing whatever it takes for as long as it takes. The month of the Ox will run from 2nd January to 1st February and this will see a doubling of the Ox’s influence, potentially getting the year off to a lucrative start but mainly with a chance to believe in yourself.

The New Moon that will bring both the month and the Year of the Ox to an end on 2nd February brings us to the Chinese New Year. Every new lunar year will always begin with the month of the Tiger but this year, for the first time in 12 years this also ushers in the Year of the Tiger. For the Rat, the month of the Tiger is the Swiss Army knife of any lunar year, with a tool for every occasion. The Tiger makes you smarter, more articulate, finding it easier to not only think on your feet but to express yourself, something that almost every aspect of your life can benefit from. While the month of the Tiger will run its course on 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will ensure you retain this advantage right through to 21st January 2023. This also gives you access to the Tiger’s cunningness, ability to hunt its prey and put in fast bursts of activity in order to capture the prize. 

Sign Ox

Hopefully, you have made the most of the holiday period to catch your breath and recharge your batteries, making the most of the final days of the nostalgic and reflective month of the Rat before it runs its course on 2nd January. For you, it is not New Year’s Day that the year officially begins but 24 hours later, with 2nd January your true starting point. This is when the first New Moon of 2022 will not only usher in the month of the Ox but will bring you to the final month of the Year of the Ox, doubling its influence but also a focus on new beginnings. Last February, the month of the Ox ended as the Year of the Ox began, with one following on from the other. Less than 11 months on they overlap, with the early weeks of a new personal 12 month lunar cycle overlapping the final weeks of a new 12 year lunar cycle.

This was going to happen at some point in January, bringing you to a point where a new sense of determination will kick in, ready to take your power back, draw a new line in the sand and take the future into your own hands. That this happens on 2nd January, just 24 hours into 2022 makes this even more effective, able to combine this with the influence of the New Year itself. This is also a chance to dig deep to find your own inner Ox, that force that gives you the determination, focus and the resolve to do whatever it takes for as long as it takes. Until both the month and the Year of the Ox end on 1st February, this is a time for new beginnings and for a major reset. While the Year of the Ox is looking to the long term, the month of the Ox is looking at the small and practical steps you can take now.

Meanwhile, the New Moon on 1st February brings us to the Chinese New Year and with it not just the start of the lucrative month of the Tiger but the Year of the Tiger as well. In the same way that every lunar year ends with the month of the Ox, it always begins with the month of the Tiger but it is only once every 12 years that this coincides with the end of the Year of the Ox and the start of the Year of the Tiger, bringing you to one of life’s major turning points. While both the month and the Year of the Tiger can have a lucrative influence and this is especially so on the income front, it stems from a belief in yourself and in what you deserve that will have an impact on all the currencies in your life. As you can’t attract what you don’t believe you deserve, the more you believe in what you deserve the more you will attract.

Sign Tiger

The New Year is traditionally a time for making New Year’s resolutions, setting intentions, for new beginnings and for a reset but for you, this is a month too soon, with your New Year happening on 1st February and not 1st January. Until then, once the social and serendipitous month of the Rat ends on 2nd January and especially if you have spent the holiday period with friends and family, you may find yourself yearning for some quieter alone time. More often than not one year will end and another begin under the Rat’s social influence but at some point in January, the first New Moon of the year will usher in the nostalgic and reflective month of the Ox. This brings you to the final month of your current personal 12 month lunar cycle, a time of reflection and for closing old doors.

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While the rest of the world is celebrating the new, something will be holding you back, with the Chinese New Year always more significant for you than the Western New Year. That is because every new lunar year begins with the month of the Tiger and this is when for you the future begins. What makes the Ox’s influence a lot stronger than it would normally be is that when the month of the Ox begins on 2nd January so too does the final month of the Year of the Ox. This is an overlapping of the four week wind down of your current personal 12 month lunar cycle and the final weeks of a yearlong journey to bring home a 12 year lunar cycle. In the early weeks of 2022, this puts a lot of focus on the past, on endings and completion.

Yet in the same way that every lunar year ends with the month of the Ox and begins with the month of the Tiger, the Year of the Tiger also follows on from the month of the Year of the Ox. This means that the New Moon on 1st February that brings us to the Chinese New Year will not only usher in the month of the Tiger but the Year of the Tiger as well. In one fell swoop, the Ox’s influence and its focus on the past is gone, replaced by a doubling of the focus on the future and new beginnings. On 1st February a new personal 12 month and 12 year lunar cycle will start in unison, opening the doors to not just new beginnings but to a new journey towards finding yourself, your sense of purpose and your path forward. Forget 1st January as an opportunity for a reset, with your personal New Year coming a month later on 2nd February. The Year of the Tiger is a journey that will take until 21st January 2023 to complete.

Sign Hare

There are a lot of shifts within the first 32 days of the year, so much so that this sets the scene for the rest of the year. While the professionally charged and competitive month of the Rat will end on 2nd January, its influence is likely to be the strongest as you move into the New Year, with a chance to use its competitive influence to not only set resolutions for the coming year but those that excite you. This means less focus on belt tightening or restrictions and more setting your sites on what you want to achieve, both personally and professionally. In terms of footprint, here for less than the first 48 hours of the year, the Rat’s influence is minimal but in terms of getting the year off to the right start, its influence is huge and especially if you can capture it.

It is the same New Moon that on 2nd January will bring the month of the Rat to a close that will usher in the social and serendipitous month of the Ox, something that will always put the focus on your social life, friendships, teamwork and networking. The month of the Rat will always make way for the month of the Ox at some point over the holiday period, either just before, over or after the Christmas, New Year and holiday period. If the month of the Ox isn’t underway as you move into the New Year it will begin in the early weeks of the year. For that reason this makes spending the major of January under the Ox’s socially focused influence is the norm for this time of year. The difference is that this also brings us to the final month of the Year of the Ox, doubling its influence while making this a culmination of the journey the last year has taken you on.

Both the month and the Year of the Ox will come to an end on the New Moon on 1st February, making January a defining month for coming together or joining forces with the people that are important in your life now and strengthening the bonds that will take you into the future. Meanwhile, the New Moon on 1st February not only brings us to the Chinese New Year but to a major shift in focus for you. Every new lunar year begins with the nostalgic and reflective month of the Tiger, with the final month of your personal 12 month lunar cycle always overlapping the first month of any new solar year. This is preparation for the month of the Rabbit, which will begin on 2nd March. However, for the first time in 12 years, this is the New Moon that will usher in the Year of the Tiger, bringing you to the final year of your current personal 12 month lunar cycle, with a chance to close old doors ahead of the Year of the Rabbit, which will begin on 21st January 2023.

Sign Dragon

This year may get off to a busy start and especially once the buzz of the New Year itself is over. 2022 begins with the adventurous month of the Rat just running its course and fortuitously, still in play over the holiday period. It is on 2nd January that the month of the Rat ends and the professionally charged and competitive month of the Ox begins, something that will always happen in the early weeks of any year. The difference this time is that for the first time in 12 years, this ushers in the final month of the Year of the Ox, creating a doubling of this professionally focused and competitive energy. This will get your 2022 professional year off to an empowered start while making this the year that you might have a chance to stick to your New Year’s resolutions, with this competitive energy running through the rest of January.

It is on 1st February, exactly a month into 2022 that there is not only a sudden shift but once again with a doubling impact. The New Moon on 1st February was always going to bring the Year and the month of the Ox to a close. This is the Chinese New Year and any new lunar year always begins with the social and serendipitous month of the Tiger. However, for the first time in 12 years, this also ushers in the Year of the Tiger. At the same moment that a doubling of the professionally charged and competitive focus of the Ox ends the doubling of the Tiger’s more social and serendipitous influence begins. This will get the Year of the Tiger off to a good start and with the month of the Tiger running through to 2nd March, this is not just an important month for your social life, friendships, teamwork and networking but a chance to lay down the foundations for the rest of this lunar year.

The month of the Tiger will run through to 21st January 2023, making this the most important year in over a decade for connecting with others, for camaraderie, being a team player or for being part of a team or a group. If you have felt isolated over recent years, either because of the impact of Covid or just caught up in the Ox’s more singular focus, this is a year for widening your circle of friends, becoming more involved and connected. This is likely to be a vibrant year, with a sense of belonging while life is likely to keep you busy, with people to see and places to go.

Sign Snake

2022 begins with the month of the Rat and its focus on your financial situation and money matters just running its course. While this will end on 2nd January and will hardly make an imprint on the year itself, if you want to set any financial resolutions moving into the New Year, the Rat’s financially savvy edge creates the ideal conditions. Ironically, just as the holiday period might be drawing to a close, for you this is when the spirit of adventure is set to experience a serious surge. The New Moon that will bring the month of the Rat to a close on 2nd January will not only usher in the adventurous month of the Ox but will bring us to the final month of the Year of the Ox. This doubling of Ox energy will flood January with a mix of wanderlust, curiosity and adventure.

However, the Ox is also a determined and committed beast and as both the month and the Year of the Ox will end on 1st February, this is also a month for turning your bucket list into a sense of resolve. This is more important than you might think at the time, with an excess of adventurous Ox energy lulling you into a sense of complacency or a sense that this is what the rest of 2022 will look like. Instead, in one fell swoop, the New Moon on 1st February will not only bring the month and the Year of the Ox to a close but will usher in a major sea change. The New Moon that ushers in the professionally charged and competitive month of the Tiger is always the Chinese New Year and the start of a new lunar year, with the Tiger always leading the way forward.

For the first time in 12 years, this is the New Moon that will usher in the Year of the Tiger, with the doubling up of adventurous Ox energy that we will see in January not only replaced by the professionally charged and competitive influence of the Tiger in February but then staying under its influence through to 21st January 2023. What starts out under the adventurous influence of the Ox will become a year that mainly plays out under the professionally charged and competitive influence of the Tiger. Meanwhile, your own personal 12 month lunar cycle will begin when the month of the Snake begins on 30th April. The month of the Snake will run from 30th April to 30th May, offering a chance for a more personal reset.

Sign Horse

There could be some tension or pressure as you move into the New Year but that will not only quickly ease but prove to be empowering. For the Horse, the most challenging month of any lunar year is your nemesis, the month of the Rat. The Horse and Rat are opposing signs but while this can prove challenging, at the halfway point in your current personal 12 month lunar cycle, this can wake you up to your real needs and priorities, this time just as you are moving into the New Year. That pressure will ease when the month of the Rat ends on 2nd January, something that is likely to feel both liberating and empowering. You know who you are and at the start of a brand new year, this is a chance to push the ‘reset’ button.

Meanwhile, January is likely to be a month of housekeeping and especially on the financial front as the New Moon on 2nd January ushers in both the month of the Ox and the final month of the Year of the Ox. This is a doubling of the Ox’s influence, which for the Horse is not just on your financial situation and money matters but on personal change and transformation. After the wakeup calls the Rat delivered, this is a chance to take ownership of any changes that need to be made, either financially or personally. The Ox is a serious beast, requiring a slow and methodical approach but as a result, giving you a lot more control. While it might not seem like it at the time, be patient for things are about to become a lot and I mean a lot more exciting.

This is not something that will creep up on you gradually and instead, life will change in one fell swoop when the New Moon on 1st February not only ushers in the adventurous month of the Tiger but for the first time in 12 years, the Year of the Tiger as well. While the month of the Tiger will only run through to 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will run through to 21st January 2023. While this is a year that will put a lot of focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery, this is not the only reason why this is likely to be a stunning year for you. The Horse and the Tiger are part of the same triad of affinity, so are natural allies and friends that will have each other’s back. This will be in full effect during the month of the Horse from 30th May to 29th June but also during the playful month of the Dragon, the third party to this triad of affinity from 25th September to 25th October.

Sign Sheep

Chances are December was the busiest month of 2021 and there is a chance that you may have even overshot the runaway, with everything that kept you busy in the final weeks of last year still keeping you busy as you move into the New Year. If the brick wall at the end of the year and the holiday period wasn’t enough to slow things down, does that mean life will remain this busy? Fortunately, the answer is no, with the busy and industrious month of the Rat coming to a close on 2nd January. This is when you can finally start to slow down though to start with, there could be a sense that you have jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire. It is important not to sugar coat what could be some challenging conditions in January, for they couldn’t be more empowering.

The New Moon that brings the month of the Rat to a close on 2nd January will also usher in the month of the Ox, the Goat’s nemesis from way back. The Goat and Ox are opposing signs and this can appear to make life more challenging, with a sense that you are coming up against roadblocks and barriers. However, halfway between the last month of the Goat and the next and at the halfway point in your current personal 12 month lunar cycle, those roadblocks and barriers are the intentions and promises made to yourself in the past refusing to be ignored. What this is, is an opportunity for a reset and in the final weeks of the Year of the Ox, the hurdles faced in January are the stepping stone to an empowering future on the other side.

This will also put a lot of focus on your relationships until both the month and the Year of the Ox end on 1st February. The New Moon on 1st February brings us to the Chinese New Year, which will always begin with the month of the Tiger. However, for the first time in 12 years, this also ushers in the Year of the Tiger, putting the focus on your financial situation and money matters but also personal change and transformation through to 21st January 2023. The month of the Tiger itself will end on 2nd March but this will get this off to a good start. This makes this a good year for financial growth but also for personal transformation.

Sign Monkey

More often than not, the old year will end and a new year will begin during the fun, playful, romantic and creative month of the Rat, something that for the Monkey puts the fun into the holiday period. Often this extends into January, keeping the playful influence of the holiday period alive. That is not the case this year and it will come to an abrupt rather than a gradual end, making New Year’s Day itself a day for following your heart and soaking up the final hours of the Rat’s influence. The month of the Rat is always followed by the busy and industrious month of the Ox, so this was always going to see things take a busy turn just days into the year. The difference this time is that for the first time in 12 years, this brings us to the final month of the Year of the Ox, doubling its influence.

This is good news for work and job matters for while both the month and the Year of the Ox will end on 1st February, this can get this professional year off to the kind of start that you can continue to benefit from. The Ox is nothing if not determined, tenacious and goal focused, with a chance to establish the kind of work ethic and determination that you can continue to benefit from. Meanwhile, in the same way that every lunar year ends with the month of the Ox, every new lunar year begins with the month of the Tiger. The New Moon on 1st February is the Chinese New Year and for the first time in 12 years, this ushers in the Year of the Tiger. In the same way that we will see a doubling of the Ox’s influence in the final weeks of the Year of the Ox, we will also see a doubling of the Tiger’s influence during the first four weeks of the Year of the Tiger.

The Monkey and the Tiger are opposing signs and you share nothing in common but because this is your opposing sign this means you have reached the halfway point in your current personal 12 year lunar cycle. Halfway between the last Year of the Monkey and the next, the Tiger will spend from 1st February 2022 to 21st January 2023 confronting you when it comes to living up to your intentions and resolutions. The Tiger’s job is not just to point out where you may have veered off course or have forgotten your intentions, beliefs and the promises made to yourself in the past but to help you get back on track, offering a chance for a reset. The Tiger also puts the focus on your relationships, making this an important year for all your relationships but also for learning more about yourself through them.

Sign Rooster

This is a year that gets off to a deceiving start, with the disguise slipping in the early hours of February to not only reveal a busy year but a year where there is an opportunity for real growth, expansion and opportunity on the job front or with anything that keeps you busy. However, until the New Moon that brings us to the Chinese New Year on 1st February, there is no sign of this and instead, quite the opposite. The year begins with the month of the Rat and its focus on home and family matters just running its course, with a New Moon on 2nd January bringing this to an end while ushering in the fun, playful, romantic and creative month of the Ox. This is something that will always happen at some point in late December or early January, but ending this early in the year there is a chance to couple this with the holiday period.

The difference this year is that while the month of the Ox is always the last month of any lunar year, for the first time in 12 years the year that is coming to a close is the Year of the Ox, doubling this fun, playful, romantic and creative influence. Just four weeks later this will have the same impact on the busier side of life’s fence, making this something that needs to be embraced in January, with both coming to a close on 1st February. This is the New Moon that brings us to the Chinese New Year, something that in one fell swoop will bring the playful month and Year of the Ox to a close while ushering in both the busy and industrious month and Year of the Tiger.

Every lunar year ends with the month of the Ox and begins with the month of the Tiger but once every 12 years this will also bring the Year of the Ox to a close while ushering in the Year of the Tiger. What we will see in January in turns of a doubling of the impact from the fun, playful, romantic and creative Ox, we will also see in February as the busy and industrious Tiger’s influence takes hold. While the month of the Tiger will end on 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will run through to 21st January 2023, making this a busy but also an exciting year for anything that you can channel this busy and industrious energy into. The Tiger likes to make things happen and get things done but there is a need to avoid becoming so busy that you end up chasing your own tail. This means pacing yourself for a busy year but one where you can accomplish a lot.

Sign Dog

There are a lot of changes within the first 32 days of 2022, two of them major shifts but the third a minor but also important shift. The latter is the tail end of the month of the Rat, which will run its course on 2nd January. For the Dog, the month of the Rat is the Swiss Army knife of any lunar year, with a tool for every occasion. The Rat is smart, clever, intellectually savvy and articulate, giving you access to all those attributes. This allows you to begin the year with the communication lines open, able to think on your feet and make smart choices, decisions and plans just as you move into the New Year. The Rat’s influence won’t extend beyond the first 48 hours of the year but starting with this influence can give you an advantage that you can retain. This is also something that you can take with you.

January is very much focused on home, family and/or property matters, as it often is at this time of year. At some point in either late December or early January, the month of the Rat will end and the month of the Ox will begin, shifting to its focus on things close to home while starting with your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. As the month of the Ox always follows on from the month of the Rat, this is where its influence will find a welcome home. This year the Ox influence is a lot more intense because the New Moon on 2nd January that ushers in the month of the Ox also ushers in the final month of the Year of the Ox. As both will come to an end on 1st February, this is a doubling of the focus on home and family matters in January.

Every lunar year will always end with the month of the Ox and begin with the month of the Tiger, which always ushers in the Chinese New Year. The difference this time is that the New Moon that will usher in the fun, playful, romantic and creative month of the Tiger on 1st February will also usher in the Year of the Tiger, turning what is usually a four week advantage into a 12 month experience. For the Dog, the month of the Tiger doesn’t just put the focus on matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative but life itself should flow more smoothly. The Dog and Tiger are part of the same triad of affinity and as natural allies, he will have your back throughout the coming year and right through until the Year of the Tiger ends on 21st January 2023. This will be a good year for creative ventures.

Sign Pig

While the Year of the Ox has been underway since February 2021, it is only as we move into the New Year that this will reach its peak, thanks to a New Moon on 2nd January. This is the New Moon that will usher in the month of the Ox, the last month of any lunar year and for the first time in 12 years, that year is the Year of the Ox, doubling its influence while also bringing this from a broad to a more specific influence. For the Pig, the month of the Ox is the Swiss Army knife of any lunar year, with a tool for every occasion and the Year of the Ox is the same. During the Year of the Ox, the intellectually savvy edge and articulation this gives you is something that can be drawn on when you need it while the month of the Ox presses this into service.

With both the month and the Year of the Ox ending on 1st February, this makes January an important month for anything that can benefit from open communication lines, an ability to think on your feet or to make smart choices, decisions and plans. While the Ox’s influence won’t extend beyond 1st February, as January is the first month of a brand new year this is a chance to start on the right foot. This is a month for having your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. However, while the New Moon on 1st February will bring us to the Chinese New Year and will end both the month and the Year of the Ox, its influence will live on.

It is then that you will once again experience a doubling effect, for while every lunar year ends with the month of the Ox it also begins with the month of the Tiger. For the Pig, the Tiger puts the focus on things close to home but for the first time in 12 years, this also brings us to the start of the Year of the Tiger. In the same way that the month of the Tiger always follows on from the month of the Ox, so too does the Year of the Tiger from the Year of the Ox. While the month of the Tiger will run its course on 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will continue through to 21st January 2023, putting the focus on home, family and/or property matters throughout that time. However, it is in February that this will be most potent and especially during the month of the Tiger, which runs from 1st February to 2nd March.

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