According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2011 is the Year of the Golden Rabbit, which begins today on February 3, 2011 and ends on January 22, 2012. The Rabbit is a lucky sign.
According to Chinese tradition, the Rabbit brings a year in which you can catch your breath and calm your nerves. It is a time for negotiation. Don't try to force issues, because if you do you will ultimately fail. To gain the greatest benefits from this time, focus on home, family, security, diplomacy, and your relationships with women and children. Make it a goal to create a safe, peaceful lifestyle, so you will be able to calmly deal with any problem that may arise. This has been my intention for some time. Must be the pre-rabbit glow shining over me.
For those with dragon as their Chinese zodiac animal sign in 2011, the dragon can expect a rather good year. The fortunes of the dragons in rabbit year 2011 will be better compared to 2010. The dragons will have better wealth luck, better health and better career star in their path. Sounds good to me. The 2011 Chinese astrology predictions for dragon indicate that the dragon person will have a good luck level which will wash away all the unlucky fortunes that has been following the dragons. Making a happy dance.
The career star in 2011 for the dragons will shine brightly in the Year of the Rabbit. This year work get easier and more efficient for the dragon. Together from your efforts and supports from others, you will be able to receive fame and fortune in the Year of the Rabbit. But sometimes when things seem to go extremely well and smooth, you may seem to inevitably provoke jealousy and destruction, so when dealing with colleagues you should be more humble. Try to avoid people from thinking that you are over the top and bring down your good deeds.
I’m a wood dragon according to the Chinese Zodiac.
These seem to be my main characteristics. Do you recognize some? Occupying the 5th position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Dragon is the mightiest of the signs. Dragons symbolize such character traits as dominance and ambition. Dragons prefer to live by their own rules and if left on their own, are usually successful. They’re driven, unafraid of challenges, and willing to take risks. They’re passionate in all they do and they do things in grand fashion. Unfortunately, this passion and enthusiasm can leave Dragons feeling exhausted and interestingly, unfulfilled.
While Dragons frequently help others, rarely will they ask for help. They intimidate anyone who challenges them. Dragons have tempers that can flare fast! You got to be kidding! Once you arouse their anger, they keep after you for a very long time. I recognize this trait. Dragons are extremely loyal to friends and family. When really needed they always come to the rescue. Others are attracted to Dragons, especially their colourful personalities, but deep down, Dragons prefer to be alone. Perhaps that is because they’re most successful when working alone. Their preference to be alone can come across as arrogance or conceitedness, but these qualities aren’t applicable.
Dragons prefer leading to being led. Jobs that allow them to express their creativity are good choices. Some good careers include: inventor, manager, computer analyst, lawyer, engineer, architect, broker, and sales person. Do projectmanager and researcher also apply??
Wood Dragons also are willing to entertain the opinions of others. Their artistic side is strong, and Wood Dragons enjoy being creative and innovative.
I’m wondering if these predictions will come true.
Have a good