The Year of the Monkey 2016

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2016 is a year of the Monkey. Other Monkey years include 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, and 2004. If you were born then you’re a Monkey. Each Chinese zodiac year begins on Chinese New Year’s Day.
The Chinese New Year combines the cycles of sun and moon. It falls on the second new moon after the Winter Solstice. Celebrating Chinese New Year connects you with other traditions and approaches, and can be fun. It also gives you the chance for a fresh start to New Year’s Resolutions, which are easier to keep when the nights are lighter and Spring so much closer.

Lucky numbers, 4 and 9
Lucky days, the 14th and 28th of any Chinese lunar calendar month
Lucky colours, white, blue, gold
Lucky flowers, chrysanthemum, crape-myrtle
Lucky directions, north, northwest, west
Lucky months, Chinese lunar months 8 and 12.

People born in a year of the Monkey are witty, intelligent, and have a magnetic personality. Personality traits, like mischievousness, curiosity, and cleverness, make them very naughty. Monkeys are masters of practical jokes, because they like playing most of the time. Though they don’t have any bad intentions, their pranks sometimes hurt the feelings of others. Monkeys are fast learners and crafty opportunists.

When it comes to their careers, Monkeys work very hard. They can adapt to different working environments. Good career choices for monkeys are accounting and banking, science, engineering, stock market trading, film directing and sales.

To find out what the rest of the year holds for you book one of my 12 month tarot forecasts. I will give you heads up or should I say tails up 🙂

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