The Year of the Tiger begins on February 14th 2010. What can the Ox expect in the Year of the Tiger?
This is the Chinese year ahead horoscope for people born in the years: 1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997 and 2009) 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997 and 2009
Symbolism that represents your sign the Ox as the year begins represents hidden knowledge. I would say that if you have not yet made your new year’s resolutions then try and remember your dreams. For these will lead you in the right direction.
The more stubborn side of your nature will make itself felt in the year of the Tiger. You will come up against some equally determined people and at times it will be like a battle of wills. What this will teach you is how diplomacy and respect can get you further than being so obstinate that you push other people away.
As the year continues, you will find a way to overcome your problems and this will be by tackling matters from a different angle than usual. It will be an absolute delight to discover how thinking creatively and being imaginative can help you find a practical solution to your difficulties.
In money matters, you will have no complaints about the way things are going. Maybe, in the past finances have been an issue which you’ve not been able to get out of your mind for any length of time. But happily your careful planning and patience of the first few months of 2010 will start to show positive results.
Your stars strongly suggest that you’re very much in touch with the physical and materialistic world that’s around you. But are you in danger of becoming trapped by all its glitter? Even of the idea of success. Could it be that you’re so caught up in this materialistic spell that you aren’t noticing what’s going on within the real world surrounding you?
Are you in touch with the needs and feelings of those closest to you or have you not had time to really get to know their thoughts? It might be worthwhile taking some time off during the middle of the year, just to re-acquaint yourself with your loved-ones. Let them know that you ARE still there for them, despite what they might think.
As the year ends you could be even more surprised than you thought, at how advantageous decisions of the past have turned out to be. You will no doubt feel quite proud of yourself but just be sure not to ‘go on’ too much about your success. Otherwise those around you might get bored with the subject!