Saturday, November 24, 2007

Chinese Horoscope : Rat

Chinese Horoscope

Rat Horoscope

Rat is the first anmial in Chinese Horoscope. If you were born in a year of rat you are an energetic person. You always run around and go out to find something new to your life. However, sometimes you are nervous too much so you waste lots of energy to make yourself comfortable with the situation.

You love your family, friends and people around. Your friends are quite lucky. You are out-going and sociable. However, you do things quick which usually lead to a silly mistake. Be careful about your reckless decision.

Rat is one of the 12 animal in "Chinese Horoscope". It represents energy, social and nervousness.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Chinese Horoscope

Relationship between animal and element

Animal has a close relationship with Chinese astrology and Feng Shui Philosophy. Each animal represents each year and each element. There are total 12 animals and 5 elements. Therefore, our year of birth represent one of the 12 animals and 5 elements

Relationship between animals and elements.

Rat = Water
Ox = Earth
Tiger = Wood
Rabbit = Wood
Dragon = Earth
Snake = Fire
Horse = Fire
Goat = Earth
Monkey = Metal
Rooster = Metal
Dog = Earth
Pig = Water

Now, If you want to know what animal or elements are you you can count form your year of birth starting from this year which is a pig year.

2007 = Pig
2008 = Rat
2009 = Ox

If you were born in 1978 you can count back from 2007 and you will find that you were born in the year of Horse.

After you know what animal represents you, next, let's learn more about the characters of each animals for a good auspicious symbols and Feng Shui life.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Auspicious Symbols

Frog with Coins

-- Frog with coins in its mouth is an auspicious symbol in Feng Shui Philosophy. It represents wealth and richness. People like to put it at the front area of their house/office because they believe it will attract money.

Monday, June 18, 2007

Feng Shui Pet : Tips for Good Feng Shui Pet

Feng Shui Pet

Feng Shui Pet : Do and Don't for your Good Life

Feng Shui Bedroom Feng Shui Garden Feng Shui Kitchen
Feng Shui Bathroom Feng Shui Pet

Animals or Pet have been very meaningful in Chinese principle for very long time ago. We see dragon and swan at the door of Chinese temple. We see tigers at the historical places etc. They all have meaning.

In today's life, Feng Shui can apply to our pet as well. How you treat your pet. How you choose your pet. They are all impating your quality of life.

Feng Shui Pet

Chinese Animal Symbol: What does each animal represent in Chinese belief

Deer : Luck and Wealth
Horse : Recognition
Lion : Authority and Protection
Turtle : Longevity
Elephant : Wisdom
Fish : Success
Bat : Luck

Feng Shui Pet : Do

  • Take good care of your pet
  • Animal cages or sleeping place should be away from eating or cooking area such as kitchen
  • Do provide as natural environment as possible to your pets
  • Eight gold and one black fish are considered the best combination to bring wealth to the house owner.
  • Replace immedietly if they die.

Feng Shui Pet : Don't

  • Do not place the fish to the right of the front door. It's always better at the left.
  • No pet on the furniture
  • Do not let your pet dominate the house, ie. pet accessories everywhere, pet food are much more than yours' on the shelf.

Learn more about Feng Shui Tip for other rooms in your house below