Lunar New Year Celebration: The Year of the Dog and Master

Celebrate the oncoming arrival of spring commemorating the Year of the Dog, faithful guardian and loyal friend to mankind. A human’s best friend! Welcome to the year of loyalty, playfulness, and protection. You often look at the weather to be prepared, why not also be “prepared” and see what is ahead for YOU in the upcoming Dog Year…

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Date: Saturday, February 17, 2018

Time: 10 a.m.  (most likely will go about 90 minutes)

Location: Our clinic downtown Santa Cruz:

1119 Pacific Avenue, Suite 300 (3rd Floor)

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2018 is a very intense year. It starts on a Full Moon (representing an end), it has 5 eclipses instead of 4, it has Mars retrograde and Venus retrograde and three Mercury retrogrades! On top of it all, it is a Master year when you can become a master in your field. Get in the know for all the major astrological aspects of the year 2018.

Teach yourself how to surf life’s synchronicities and become a master of your own destiny.

The Dog is the eleventh of all zodiac animals. According to one myth, the Jade Emperor said the order would be decided by the order in which they arrived to his party. Monkey, Rooster and Dog were in another country, helping a god defeat evil spirits. After, they set off to the party together. Because they arrived at the same time, the Jade Emperor went by the order they met the god in the other country. Thus, Dog became eleventh.

Recent years of the Dog are: 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018

The Dog is also associated with the Earthly Branch and the hours 7–9 in the evening. In the terms of yin and yan, the Dog is yang.

In China, it is still popular to name dogs Wàng Cái. It means “prosperous wealth” and comes from dogs’ barking sounds.

A Dog’s most defining characteristic is their loyalty. They will never abandon their friends, family or work.

Honest and just, they are popular in social circles. Everyone needs a Dog friend for advice and help. They are also good at helping others find and fix their bad habits.

Despite how they act, they are worried and anxious inside. However, they will not let this stop them. Once they decide on something, no one can persuade them against it.

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These Dogs are traditional and attractive. They have high self-esteem and don’t like receiving help. But they like helping others, though it sometimes causes problems for themselves. They will take over someone’s position and it’ll open up a smooth road to success.

These Dogs are calculative planners. They focus on building a strong foundation for their future. But when faced with difficulties, they can become very pessimistic. They work hard, but should create bigger goals in order to use their full potential.

These Dogs are trustworthy and polite. If given help, they’ll do whatever they can to repay the kindness. They adhere strongly to their morals and ethics. Others can find it hard to understand. They do well in jobs that require patience and will keep fighting until they succeed.

These Dogs are dream chasers. They generally have smaller dreams that are easy to fulfill, which motivates them to continue on. When friends have trouble, they’ll give advice but won’t set out immediately to help. Every step must be thought out carefully before they act.

These Dogs are stubborn and never give up. They aren’t very connected with the world and society. Though stubborn, they respect other perspectives. They believe that as long as they work hard, they’ll make it.

Men

Men born in the Dog year are straightforward and genuine. They are energetic, though they’re more pessimistic inside.

Very opinionated, they’re always ready to correct others and defend their stance. It’s not that they want to show off. They just feel it’s necessary to help others realize their mistakes.

These men care deeply for their family. Their stubbornness fades in the face of their loved ones. They work to understand and compromise, resulting in a harmonious family life.

Women

Women born in the Dog year are very cautious. They are indifferent towards people they don’t like, and don’t trust easily. But once they do, it’s permanent. They are intensely protective of their friends and family.

They are genial and independent. They love outdoor activities and being in nature. However, they are also hard workers and don’t give up until they succeed. Security and a stable income are her requirements for a career.

Support the transition from Peacock/Rooster Year to DOG Year with Chinese Medicine!

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