Happy Chinese New Year 2022

Gong hei fat choy in 2022! That’s me wishing you happiness and prosperity. February marked the first day of the Chinese New Year, the year of The Tiger.
Now, this is just crazy, you know I say everything is divined right? And you know I’ve been saying I come into power in 2022, the code of love. And you know I’ve been fighting evil, saying we’re reliving Atlantis and need to raise the vibration. Right on divine [time], the Tiger represents: courage, passion, bravery and defeating evil. Wild. The cosmos man, they have a plan.

Centered around the full moon, the holiday ends on the fifteenth with The Lantern Festival, Shangyuan. Once it was the only socializing allotted to women. Celebrations include eating rice balls, Lion dances, fireworks, games and releasing red lanterns scrawled with riddles. Red symbolizes good fortune, which is why envelopes filled with money of the same color are exchanged amongst loved ones. The Shangyuan festival is all about peace, forgiveness, and reconciliation. To honor the Lunar New Year here’s a riddle: the more of this there is, the less you see. What is it?

If you want specification regarding your life, look up your Chinese zodiac. The animal corresponds with your birth year (answer: Darkness): https://chinesenewyear.net/zodiac/tiger/

Via: Xia. Tour, Ouu Whats Cooking, Tiffany Fabi, Xiayu. GoTravel & Vasishta Jayant

Year Of The Rat

The Chinese New Year was just two days ago. Each year is represented by one of twelve animals (Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig), which corresponds to the year in which you were born. We have now entered the year of the Rat.

The rat is the first sign of the Chinese Zodiac, meaning we are at the beginning of a new cycle. The wheel is ripe for new beginnings. The Rat symbolizes wealth, abundance and reproduction. In order to understand what this year means for you, find what your animal is and read what’s to come. Photo: Bobby Vu

Peep this link to learn more: https://chinesenewyear.net/21-things-you-didnt-know-about-chinese-new-year/