2022 – The year of the tiger and what it means to you

2022 is the Year of the Tiger. It starts from February 1st2022, and ends on January 21st, 2023. A Water Tiger year occurs every 60 years.  The tiger is an animal that symbolises strength and being brave and is known to be king of all beasts in China and comes third in the Chinese zodiac.


How will it will impact my year

The Tiger is also an active player and has the wellbeing of the people firmly set in his sight hence he will hit the ground running each day in his endeavour to achieve his goals.

This is the Form the Tiger is setting for 2022 and the people will follow his lead as a consequence.

It is a known fact that first impressions count so cease the opportunity to join the Tiger’s enthusiasm or miss out, for the water Tiger has webbed feet that enable him to ride the rapids and negotiate the challenges with no time to spare for looking back or to pick up straddlers.

The time is now as far as the Tiger is concerned, grab the opportunities that come your way or miss them as there is no time for procrastination. It is wise to remember that opportunities rarely present themselves twice.

The Tiger represents the direction of Northeast and the month of February, both of these aspects supporting new beginnings. The northeast is where the sun begins its journey of the new day and although it is not yet showing above the horizon the adventure has begun.

The month of February marks the beginning of spring in the Chinese calendar and is also the month of the Tiger, bringing a double impact of the Tigers energy with which to launch his intentions for the New Year.

The northeast is where the leader of the year sits making it important to respect this area of your property. To block the northeast with heavy furniture or a cluttered garage for example will be to prevent your projects taking off. Construction and buildings extensions in the northeast also need careful consideration for to break the ground and disturb the leader is to curtail any progress the project may have made. The best policy is to keep the area light and bright, well maintained and fit for a king.


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