In 2017 the Chinese Year of the Rooster starts on January 28, 2017 and lasts until 15th February 2018 (when the year of the dog begins). We are getting out of a pretty confusing period of time and entering a rational and constructive period.
The Rooster, the tenth Chinese zodiac sign, gives the year that just begins some of the characteristics of the bird it has as a symbol: ambition, pride, the desire to be admired, punctuality, courage, passion and a well-developed disposition for love and seduction. At the same time, during the year that has just started, an increase in enthusiasm, perseverance and auto-control will be felt. The relationships between people will be under the sign of great honesty. We will all prove to have more passion in life, especially regarding work, where we will not hesitate to roll up our sleeves in order to reach our objectives. “Always higher, always going on” is the motto of the Rooster and it will inspire all of us. Braver than usually, we will not be defeated by difficulties and adversities. However, we will have to maintain our spirit’s flexibility, because under the influence of this king of the yard, which, according to Chinese people, is very conservative, we risk being inflexible and refuse changing ideas or life strategies, even though they might be inadequate for the future. Regarding love, times will be intense and full of passion. We will feel the desire to overwhelm our loved ones and to be overwhelmed by them. Those with a free heart will search for happiness with more partners, but those that are already in love will choose loyalty, proving great tenderness.
Year of the Hen/Rooster 2017 by Chinese Sign
You can also read the western 2018 horoscope for all zodiac signs.
Rat: Your self-esteem may suffer a knock-back as a rival comes to the fore. A friend or colleague is likely to take the limelight away from you, which could lead to resentment. But if you stand your ground, patience will eventually be rewarded. ….read more
Ox: A successful year to come, particularly in your personal relationships. But career advancement is also indicated, and also perhaps official recognition of your achievements in the form of a certificate, medal or election to some prestigious organisation. … read more
Tiger: A turbulent year of great change. There will be confrontations with rivals, but after a stormy session, matters will be resolved to your satisfaction. Your leisure plans are likely to be disrupted.. read more
Rabbit: A transitional year, seeing the end of one phase and the beginning of another. Not the mot positive time, so observe caution in any personal relationship or business dealing for which you have grounds to be suspicious. .. read more
Dragon: In the short term, a woman in a senior position, or a person whose wishes you have to accept, is critical of your plans and wishes to substitute her or his own ideas for yours. In the longer term, finances are likely to be diverted away from your objective. … read more
Snake: A very favourable year. You should take advantage of the revitalising energy to make some useful changes to your life. If you have been planning a once-in-a-lifetime holiday – take it this year! .. read more
Horse: Not an ideal time for dealing with other people. You may be presented with so many ideas that your original plan is obscured. Break the ties and begin afresh….read more
Goat/Sheep: An exciting year full of new experiences. You may have to budget for extra expenditure, but the benefits will be worthwhile…read more
Monkey: You can now harvest the fruits of your toil. Just as the end of the day brought the promise of a jug of wine to the farmer, so there are rewards – perhaps financial, perhaps less material – for your efforts in the past….read more
Hen/Rooster: Although this is your own year, the Chinese call this the “Attack of the Self”. There may be problems preventing you reaching your goals. Personal health is important, so don’t expose yourself to the risk of injury or illness….read more
Dog: In business and in your personal life too, you may find that there is a rival who stands in the way of your success. It may cause anguish at first, but you will soon come to realise that your aspirations were misplaced…..read more
Pig/Boar: While your home and domestic life remain comfortably stable, there are more opportunities for you to enjoy life outside the house. An entertaining visitor enters your life temporarily, perhaps someone from abroad who wishes to stay. …read more
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