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Feng Shui tips for 2017, the year of Rooster

Feng Shui tips for 2017

Feng Shui tips for 2017, the year of Rooster

What the year of Rooster signifies

As it is the year of the proud Rooster, note that impression counts and this means that you may want to look your best and be clear on your intentions. Roosters are also filled with integrity and efficiency, so hard work will be the key to success this year.

The year of Rooster is often a good year for career and business ventures. Many people will be looking for changes in their professional environment during this year and for those who are not looking to move, they are always looking for new challenges and will become restless at work.

This Rooster year, 2017, is also an auspicious year to get married. For those who are married, they can look forward to pregnancy.

Feng Shui tips for 2017

Avoid having any Rooster, Rat/Mouse, Rabbit, Dog figurines or images on display at home this year. However, if you have the full 12 Chinese Zodiacs on display, you can safely ignore.

For Chinese New Year decorations, if it is mandatory for you to display Roosters, then remove them immediately after the 15th day of the Chinese New Year celebration.

Remember to donate stuff that you do not want and are still in good conditions. Do not give away things that are broken or too old. As the Chinese saying goes: “己所不欲,勿施于人 “, do not give away anything that you, yourself will not like to receive.

Quote for the year of the Rooster

Mind Your Own Business.
Let others do what make them happy and you do what make you happy.

We hope you have a great Rooster year ahead!

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