Starting from February 4, 2010 it’s a good idea to take a look at the feng shui horoscope tips for the Year of the Tiger.
According to the solar calendar, the Year of White Tiger began on February 4, 2010 and will end on February 3, 2011. In this article, we will see what the Four Pillars of Destiny have to say regarding this year.
The Four Pillars of Destiny is one of the methods used for feng shui horoscope predictions. It analyses the celestial trunks and their earthly branches, using specific numerological signs. It allows analyzing any date and seeing the combination of its elements. Based on these combinations, we can draw conclusions about the year. We need to assess the strength or weakness of the elements individually and combined, as well as know their interaction.
The Four Pillars of Destiny is calculated at the beginning of a year. In this case, it’s 6 o’clock 49 minutes on February 4, 2010. Knowing the date, we need to study the map for the year of the Tiger (2010), which we have already done so that you don’t have to. The map didn’t have the elements of Water and Fire, which is a shortcoming for the year 2010.
Fire represents the year’s intellect, and Water represents the year’s resources; therefore, 2010 will be marked with a shortage in resources (in the broad sense) and reduced demand for reasonable ideas and solutions.
If we take a look at the map, we will see that it has a clearly pronounced Wood element. At first glance, this seems to be good because Wood is the Tiger’s native element. However, let’s keep in mind that good energies require harmony and balance of all the elements. Therefore, a surplus of any element will reflect in life events. In this case, too much of the Wood element will increase rivalry and competition.
The map has a strongly expressed element of Metal. According to feng shui horoscope, it means that the year will be full of struggle for power and leadership. The ambition to succeed in careers will also increase.
The earthly branches of the first day and first hour of 2010 (Rooster and Rabbit) are in conflict with each other. This means that it will be hard to avoid quarrels and misunderstandings between people. We can expect conflicts in personal relationships, as well as the relationships between countries. Tension in the hot spots may increase.
The earthly branch of the Year of Tiger and the earthly branch of its first hour (Rabbit) are located in the same astrological house of growth and development. This is a good sign, indicating that the temporary aggravation of the worldwide situation will ultimately have a positive impact on the spiritual level of humanity as a whole.
Finally, the rabbit that is present in the map is the sign of the so-called “good luck of the peach flower” for those born under the Horse sign. According to feng shui horoscope, the lonely Horses have a great chance to meet their significant other in 2010.