Dear friends,

On February the 4th 2012 started the

Chinese New Year of the Dragon.

To turn the energies of this year to our benefit, to success and happiness, it’s important to watch a few rules and take some precautions.

1. Protective measures for your home and office:

I would like to remind you that the glass with salt, water and coins, which was 2011 in the East, must carefully be disposed, preferably far away from home, as it has absorbed a lot of negative energy throughout the year.

  • A new glass (transparent or dark blue) must be filled with:

One third of coarse salt, 6 copper or nickel coins (pennies …), and 1 silver coin (dime …), and be filled up with water.

Don’t cover it with a lid. You may hide it in a cupboard or behind a plant or furniture.
Put the filled glass in the South-east direction in the South-east room of your home or apartment, where it will stay until February 2013.

If your South-east direction is a corner, put the glass in this corner.

If the South-east in your home is a whole side of your house or building, put the glass in the middle of this wall. You don’t have to add any more water during the year. The water will evaporate and the glass will look kind of funny. That’s ok. Don’t touch it.

The best way to avoid these dangerous energies is to keep the South-east room or the South-east part of your home as quiet or even unused as possible. If your entrance door is facing the South-east, try to use another door, if possible.

  • Put a vase with always fresh water (add flowers or Lucky Bamboo) in the South of your home and don’t use the color red Movement in the South also awakes negative energies, so try to keep that room as quiet as possible. If your entrance door is facing the South, try to use another door, if possible.
  • Add some metal to the North this year (coins, metal plate, metal wind chime …) against illness. You may get the string of 3 coins by mailing me directly. (10 $ including Shipment, the string is not yet in my Web-Shopping )
  • Place a plant or Lucky Bamboo and a piece of red paper (a red place mat under the plant for example) in the North-West and the East against law problems, betray and romanticism.

If your home has more than one floor, do all these corrections on each floor.

In addition, rooms in the South and the South-East:

  • Don’t make any renovations in these rooms and keep them quiet!

Please note:

  • Don’t sit with your face to the South-east!
  • Don’t sit with your back to the South!
  • Check the direction of your desk in your office, and make the necessary changes. Use a compass, if necessary.

2. If the front of your home or office points to the South-east:

  • Please don’t start any renovations this year, which also applies to any South-east part in each room.
  • You also may hang a metal wind chime at the entrance in this case.
  • You should not travel straight to the South-east direction. This is especially important for those who have a problem in their profile (and the ones born in the years of Dragon, Dog, Ox or Goat).

There are great energies in the West and North-east this year, which you can absorb by using these parts of your home more often!

3. For all born in the years of Dragon, Dog, Ox or Goat:

All of you being born in the years of Dragon, Dog, Ox or Goat should be very careful and precautious this year and not take unnecessary risks. It will be a year for you of challenges, activities and changes.

That’s why please watch the following advices for the coming year 2012:

  • Travel a lot, but be careful.
  • Watch your health.
  • Take the traditional Chinese protection charm for this year: the Rooster.

You can order the Rooster charm through my website shopping or simply write an email and I will send it to you (only 10 $ including shipment, it’s a special sale!).

Year of the Dragon:       1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012
Year of the Dog:            1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006
Year of the Ox:          1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009
Year of the Goat:       1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1981, 2003

Please note that the Chinese year begins only on 4 or 5 of February. Who is born thus in January, must take the year before (e.g. if I am born on 1.1.2002, then my year animal will be the Snake according to 2001, not the Horse, which starts in February 2002 only.) If you are not sure, you may ask me anytime.

4. Especially for all who are born in the year of the

Monkey, Rat and Rooster:

It will be a very positive and successful year.
Year of the Monkey:       1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004
Years of the Rat:          1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008
Years of the Rooster:     1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005

The Chinese enhance the positive energies of the Dragon by adding a Dragon statue to the South-east part of the house, the direction of the Dragon.

Of course this is not allowed for the ones born in the years of Dragon, Dog, Ox and Goat!!!

In the shopping area of my brand new website you can find all the Chinese accessories I mentioned here (and much more) to best prices.

I wish you all a very happy and successful year with energetic and peaceful energies, health, love and success in all!