Tuesday, January 17, 2012

From Rabbit to Dragon

I’m not really into astrology, but sometimes it is fun to read your horoscope and find out if there was even the tiniest bit of truth to the forecasted telling. The other forecast I kind of enjoy is the Chinese Astrology. Today I was reading all the different forecast Astrology’s for my sign Sagittarius, and had to laugh at a few of the different forecasts’ for me. I was born during the Year of the Rat, but the year 2012 is the Year of the Dragon. This is what the Chinese Astrology has predicated for me during the Year of the Dragon!!  
In a Dragon year, everything is magnified tenfold. And after the rather meat-and-potatoes Metal Rabbit year we just lived through in 2011, we are in for the ride of our lives. Commotion, turmoil and general hullabaloo will characterize the Dragon year ahead. As of January 23, 2012, better get ready to rock and roll -- or else crawl under a rock until it's over.

Think of the Water Dragon year as a 12-month-long, bumpy road with interludes of elaborate and joyful festivity. Fortunes will be made and lost with lightning speed. All events will be charged with a rare intensity. In short, 2012 will be a year of derring-do, hell-raising and exorbitant fun.

Dragon years are favorable for the enterprising and ambitious. If you want to succeed at something major, start early in the Dragon year. Don't give up. Express yourself openly. Show no fear. In China, it is said that the Dragon year brings luck to those who dare to speak out, to take charge and even to take over.

Dragons are fearless and direct to a fault -- but they are not without ruse. They're clever go-getters who are always in the running for first place. They want to excel at every endeavor. Dragon years, therefore, are propitious for people who have the courage to take risks, to stand fast in the face of danger and hold firmly to their principles. For those among us who are timid and shy, who shrink in the face of challenge and who daren't speak up for what it is they want, Dragon years can be rigorous and even a little bit frightening at times.

If you are a Fearful Freddy, you won't need tranquilizers. The Water Dragon won't charge into your kitchen and grab you by the throat. But the months ahead will be tumultuous, stormy and chock-full of rebellion. Dragons may be despotic, but they’re also benevolent and sentimental. In this coming Dragon year, anyone who’s hurting is going to hoot and holler until they get their fair share.

Hummmmmmmmmmmm…now dis sounz veddy veddy interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1 comment:

Mina said...

express yourself openly and show no fear! Pretty much sums you up lol