Everything You Need To Know For The Year Of The Pig

2019 is the year of the Pig according to the Chinese Zodiac Calendar, so what? How does this affects our daily lives and fortune? Should you really listen to all the feng shui predictions and start buying lucky charms in order to have a festive year? Here’s all you need to know about this year’s Chinese Zodiac.

The Pig is the 12th animal in the Chinese Zodiac. It is known as a symbol of wealth in the Chinese culture and is also associated with the Earthly branch.

According to one of the most famous mythology about the Chinese Zodiac, it was the Jade Emperor’s birthday and he made a rule that all the animals must greet him. In order to do so, the animals must race and cross a river and their respective place in the race will determine their place in the Chinese Zodiac. The Pig, due to its laziness, was late for it overslept and therefore was placed last. The Pig is not seen as a smart animal for it likes to sleep and to eat making it fat.

Because of this, the pig is often associated with laziness and clumsiness but despite of all these negativity, there is a positive side. It is known to have a calm, compassionate and goal oriented personality. Despite of being generous, Pigs do not usually seek the help of others but will not refuse helping a friend. Pigs are also not known to be doubtful which leads them to being gullible and easily tricked by others.

This 2019, despite of it being their year, Pigs will not be the luckiest according to the Feng Shui expert, Johnson Chua. Since its their year, attention might turn to them putting them in the hot seat. Because of this, mistakes are easily noticed. His advice is to stay true to yourself, protect your emotions and connect with your friends and associates.

People who are born in the years, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, and 2019 are those who are considered as Year of the Pig. It is also advised for these people to stay away from numbers, 1 and 7, and the colors red, blue, an green for these are considered unlucky. Instead, lean towards numbers 2, 5 and, 8, and colors yellow, gray, brown, and gold that are considered lucky.

Despite of all these predictions and advice, at the end of the day you are still the one who holds your fortune. There is nothing wrong with relying to the Chinese Zodiac, like they said, what is there to lose? Right? However, you should not let it dictate and take over your judgments. Your decisions in life will still determine your fate.

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