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 Horse Chinese Zodiac Horoscope

Horse Chinese Zodiac
There is a chance to draw a real and not just a symbolic line in the sand as you move into the new week. For you, Monday's Full Moon is an important point in the month of the Horse, the point that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from. It is this halfway point that can galvanise you into action, especially when it comes to new beginnings or just pushing the reset button. For the month of the Horse is not just a chance to return to your native energy but is the start of a new 12 month personal lunar cycle. Until ending on a solar eclipse early next month, this is a chance to reconnect with your personal truth, make new intentions, resolutions or just commit to the journey ahead. During the first two weeks of this lunar month you've had a chance to explore your options, while moving into the second two weeks it is time to narrow down what you need to commit to.

2019 - Year of the Pig
For the Horse, the contrast between the Year of the Dog and the Year of the Pig is quite extreme, but it is an exciting one. For the Horse, the Year of the Dog is a playful year, with your friend the Dog not really pushing you. The Dog goes easy on you, doesn’t demand that you put more effort into anything than you need to and would rather that you come out and play. Yet when the Year of the Dog ends on 5th February and the Year of the Pig begins, so too does one of the busiest years in a 12 year lunar cycle. This opens the door to a year that is set to have a lot of job growth, opportunities and potential.

You might have to work harder and life might become busier, but it comes with real potential and opportunities. This also makes the month of the Rabbit and the month of the Goat a lot more significant this year. The Pig, Rabbit and Goat belong to the same affinity triad and are the best of friends. In addition, for the Horse, the month of the Rabbit is always a potentially lucrative month, while the month of the Goat will always promote career opportunities. This makes March and April potentially lucrative points in the year, while July could see some stunning career developments. Especially as the month of the Goat kicks off with a total solar eclipse on 3rd July.

The Year of the Pig is also a good year for taking more care of your health, getting in more exercise or just paying more attention to your health in general. The Pig supports any investment into your health and wellbeing. With the playful Year of the Dog ending on the Chinese New Year, part of maintaining your physical, mental and emotional health is holding onto some of this influence, choosing to make a balance between work and play a priority from the get go.

All in all, the Year of the Pig is likely to be a busy year, but also an opportune year where you are able to experience satisfaction from time and effort invested. This is also a good year for giving back, in terms of volunteering or just being of service.

About the Horse
The Horse is high-spirited, confident and energetic. They have an adventurous streak and love to travel. They regard personal freedom with such great importance that at times it causes them to be candidly selfish in pursuit of it. Horses generally have a positive outlook on life.

They are temperamental and are prone to erratic behavior. Their unpredictability makes them simultaneously exciting and exasperating lovers. Horses fall in and out of love easily and are likely to change mates frequently.

Horses are friendly and need people around them. This shouldn't be a problem as they are open-minded, witty and animated. So usually they are popular and can be really attractive. They like to stand out in a crowd and can be rather impatient.

Cheerful and sociable, Horses are well-loved by friends. They are generous to a fault. Their uncanny ability to make spot on decisions in situations that lack evidence or substantial facts endows them with the potential for success in business.

Compatible: Tigers, Goats & Dogs
Incompatible: Rats
Difficult: Snakes & Rabbits

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