Year of Tiger Horoscopes

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RAT

(1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996 and 2008)

The New Moon that will bring both the month and the Year of the Ox to an end on 1st February brings us to the Chinese New Year. Every new lunar year will always begin on the month of the Tiger but this year, for the first time in 12 years this also ushers in the Year of the Tiger. For the Rat, the month of the Tiger is the Swiss Army knife of any lunar year, with a tool for every occasion. The Tiger makes you smarter, more articulate, finding it easier to not only think on your feet but to express yourself, something that almost every aspect of your life can benefit from. While the month of the Tiger will run its course on 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will ensure you retain this advantage right through to 23rd January 2023. This also gives you access to the Tiger’s cunningness, ability to hunt its prey and put in fast bursts of activity in order to win the prize.

Because of the Tiger’s wide sphere of influence, unlike other years where there is a more narrow focus or a specific theme, that is not the case this year. Where other years may have been especially good professionally and others financially or in other specific ways, the Year of the Tiger is going to be a good year in all areas but without singling anything out. Whether you channel the Tiger’s influence into having the communication lines open on the relationship front or to being on top of your game professionally is something that you get to choose from. This is what really does make the Year of the Tiger the Swiss Army knife of any 12 year lunar cycle, with a tool for every occasion, while making you the sharpest pencil in the box.

What you will find is that as you reach each new lunar month the Tiger will have something it can focus on a little more. For example, during the month of the Rabbit, the Tiger’s influence will have a positive impact on the home and family front from 2nd March to 1st April. Every four weeks the Tiger’s influence will become more effective in different areas of your life, moving in progression from home and family matters onto matters of the heart, work and job matters, your relationships, money matters, working on your bucket list, your professional game to your friendships, all in four week blocks.
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ox-symbol-892OX
(1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997 and 2009)

For the Ox, the New Moon on 1st February doesn’t just bring you to the Chinese New Year and with it the start of a new lunar year but is the point when you finally get to graduate. In one fell swoop, this will bring both the month and the Year of the Ox to a close, with the foundation weeks to a new personal 12 month lunar cycle and the first year of a new 12 year cycle both ending at the same time. Meanwhile, the New Moon on 1st February that brings us to the Chinese New Year is not just the start of the lucrative month of the Tiger but the Year of the Tiger as well. In the same way that every lunar year ends on the month of the Ox, it always begins on the month of the Tiger but it is only once every 12 years that this coincides with the end of the Year of the Ox and the start of the Year of the Tiger, bringing you to one of life’s major turning points.

While both the month and the Year of the Tiger can have a lucrative influence and this is especially so on the income front, it stems from a belief in yourself and in what you deserve that will have an impact on all the currencies in your life. As you can’t attract what you don’t believe you deserve, the more you can believe in yourself the more you will attract. This means that there are two things going on this year, one more obvious and the other more subtle but with a major impact on the first. The more obvious is that this could be a lucrative year, with the potential to grow your income, to have more money coming in but also to experience more of life’s luxuries. This isn’t about the things you need but the things you want and more importantly feel that you deserve and not just when it comes to the money.

Yet behind this, the Tiger’s real impact is on your confidence, your belief in yourself but more importantly a chance to reassess your value system. This means that some of your priorities could shift, with the things you thought mattered no longer a priority while others may become a priority that weren’t in the past. This is especially so if the Tiger wakes you up to what you have been missing out on. As your priorities become more defined and as your confidence grows you will start to expect more and that includes across all the currencies in your life, from what you get paid for the work you perform to what you are getting from your relationships and everything in between.
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tiger symbol-32TIGER
(1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998 and 2010)

In the same way that every lunar year ends on the month of the Ox and begins on the month of the Tiger, the Year of the Tiger also follows on from the month of the Year of the Ox. This means that the New Moon on 1st February that brings us to the Chinese New Year will not only usher in the month of the Tiger but the Year of the Tiger as well. In one fell swoop, the Ox’s influence and its focus on the past is gone, replaced by a doubling of the focus on the future and new beginnings. On 1st February a new personal 12 month and 12 year lunar cycle will start in unison, opening the doors to not just new beginnings but to a new journey towards finding yourself, your sense of purpose and your path forward.

Exactly a month after moving into the year, New Year’s Day and any resolutions you may have made then will become redundant, for this is the point when not only the Year of the Tiger begins but the point when 2022 itself begins. Just moving into the month of the Tiger itself is significant, bringing you back to your native energy but also with a chance for a reset. This is something that happens every 12 months, always on the Chinese New Year and this is when you not only move into a new lunar year but a new personal 12 month lunar cycle. The difference this year is that this is not just any lunar year you are moving into but the Year of the Tiger and that means you are also moving into a new personal 12 year lunar cycle.

This is something that happens once every 12 years and brings you to the start of a major new 12 year life cycle, with a chance for a major reset and for major new beginnings. This also brings you to a year that is governed by the Tiger so in fitting with your personality and the way you approach life. This could be a year for some big changes. In the same way that everything experienced over the last 12 years can be traced back to the last Year of the Tiger in 2010, everything that you will experience over the next 12 years can be traced back to the new beginnings that you will embark on over the next 12 months. This is the point for you when 2022 begins, with the Year of the Tiger a journey that will take until 23rd January 2023 to complete.
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rabbit-symbol-622RABBIT
(1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999 and 2011)

The New Moon on 1st February not only brings us to the Chinese New Year but to a major shift in focus for you. Every new lunar year begins with the nostalgic and reflective month of the Tiger, with the final month of your personal 12 month lunar cycle always overlapping the first month of any new solar year. This is preparation for the month of the Rabbit, which will begin on 2nd March. However, for the first time in 12 years, this is the New Moon that will usher in the Year of the Tiger, bringing you to the final year of your current personal 12 year lunar cycle, with a chance to close old doors ahead of the Year of the Rabbit, which will begin on 23rd January 2023. What began back in 2011 during the last Year of the Rabbit and has evolved since then, is now in its completion phase.

2023 is destined to be a big year for you, with the New Moon on 21st January 2023 ushering in the Year of the Rabbit and with it the start of a new personal 12 year lunar cycle, a time of major new beginnings and the start of a new journey. Before then, the Year of the Tiger is a year of closure, endings, completion and for tying up loose ends. This is a journey that will take nearly 12 months to complete and is something that will happen gradually. While the month of the Tiger itself is normally a quiet month and in the lead up to the month of the Rabbit can bring a call for more time to reflect and to spend time navel gazing, this is not a true representation of the Year of the Tiger itself.

It is once the month of the Rabbit begins on 2nd March that you will notice the separation. The month of the Rabbit will bring you to the start of a new personal 12 month lunar cycle, making 2nd March to 1st April some of the most important weeks of the year for a reset, as you realign with your personal truth. As this will be the last month of the Rabbit before the Year of the Rabbit begins next January, this will alert you to the major new chapter ahead but also the work that still needs to be done to first bring this old chapter home. In essence, the Year of the Tiger is a year for preparing for the future and the major new beginnings ahead while first finishing, completing and exploiting what you can from this current 12 year cycle.
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dragon-symbol-9DRAGON
(1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000 and 2012)

If 2022 got off to a busy start, this is something that will both ease back as you move into the Year of the Tiger on 1st February but you can continue to benefit from. It is not just the professionally charged and competitive month of the Ox that comes to an end on 1st February but the Year of the Ox as well, with January likely to have been a busy month. With both finishing at the same time, this will see the Ox’s need to stay focused end while leaving you with not just a chance to reap the benefits of your hard work but able to hold onto and keep benefiting from its focus and determination. It is on 1st February, exactly a month into 2022 that there is not only a sudden shift but once again with a doubling impact.

The New Moon on 1st February was always going to bring the Year of the Ox and the month of the Ox to a close. This is the Chinese New Year and any new lunar year always begins with the social and serendipitous month of the Tiger. However, for the first time in 12 years, this also ushers in the Year of the Tiger. At the same moment that a doubling of the professionally charged and competitive focus of the Ox ends a doubling of the Tiger’s more social and serendipitous focus begins. This will get the Year of the Tiger off to a good start and with the month of the Tiger running through to 2nd March, this is not just an important month for your social life, friendships, teamwork and networking but a chance to lay down the foundations for the rest of this lunar year.

The Year of the Tiger will run through to 21st January 2023, making this the most important year in over a decade for connecting with others, focusing on camaraderie, being a team player and being part of a team or a group. If you have felt isolated over recent years, either because of the impact of Covid or just caught up in the Ox’s more singular focus, this is a year for widening your circle of friends, becoming more involved and connected. This is likely to be a vibrant year, with a sense of belonging while life is likely to keep you busy, with people to see and places to go.
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snake-symbol-480SNAKE
(1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001 and 2013)

While the Year of the Ox has been a year for taking responsibility and for knuckling down, for the Snake the Ox puts the focus more on the adventurous side of life’s fence, with a focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery. When both the month and the Year of the Ox ends on 1st February, there is a chance to hold onto and embrace those twin influences by having the determination to move forward with a bucket list as you move into a very different year. For the first time in 12 years, the Chinese New Year will usher in the Year of the Tiger, with the doubling up of adventurous Ox energy that we saw in January not only replaced by the professionally charged and competitive influence of the Tiger in February but then staying under its influence through to 21st January 2023.

Apart from a Tiger Moon, which comes around every four weeks, you have not heard a lot from the Tiger but that is about to change in a big way, with the New Moon on 1st February not only ushering in the professionally charged and competitive Year of the Tiger but the month of the Tiger as well. 2022 is a year that began under the adventurous influence of the Ox but will become a year that mainly plays out under the professionally charged and competitive influence of the Tiger. This ushers in a good year for professional growth and expansion but also for anything that you can channel your competitive spirit into and that includes your personal and professional goals and ambitions. The Tiger likes change, so there could be some changes on the professional front this year.

Until the month of the Tiger ends on 2nd March, there is a chance to explore your options but also to get a feel for both this competitive influence and a desire for change that might be drawing your attention. When the month of the Tiger ends this will settle down a little and then become more about the journey, making it important to embrace a call for change but to appreciate that time is on your side. Meanwhile, your own personal 12 month lunar cycle will begin when the month of the Snake begins on 30th April. The month of the Snake will run from 30th April to 30th May, offering a chance for a more personal reset, as you not only return to your native energy but with a chance for a reset.
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horse-symbol-888HORSE
(1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002 and 2014)

For the Horse, the month of the Tiger is one of the most anticipated years in any 12 year lunar cycle. Partly because the adventurous and freedom loving Tiger puts the focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery but partly because of the ease of doing business. Everything is likely to become easier during the Year of the Tiger and where the Year of the Ox may have been hard work at times, this year you are likely to find that there are more shortcuts. This is not something that will creep up on you gradually and instead, life will change in one fell swoop with the New Moon on 1st February not only ushering in the adventurous month of the Tiger but for the first time in 12 years, the Year of the Tiger.

While the month of the Tiger will only run through to 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will run through to 23rd January 2023. While this is a year that will put a lot of focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery, this is not the only reason why this is likely to be a stunning year for you. The Horse and the Tiger are part of the same triad of affinity, natural allies and friends that will have each other’s back. This will be in full effect during the month of the Horse from 30th May to 29th June but also during the playful month of the Dragon, the third party to this triad of affinity from 25th September to 25th October.

However, the Year of the Tiger is not just about adventure, travel, learning and discovery and with the global restrictions caused by the pandemic your options might be limited. The Tiger is not focused on what you do and instead on who you can become. The Tiger wants you to become more spontaneous, to turn left instead of right, to say yes instead of no and to get curious about life. There are ways to inject a sense of wanderlust, curiosity and adventure into your life without money or time and simply because of the way you choose to approach life. This is also a good year for study or higher learning whether through formal education or just through your own research. With an internet connection, you can travel the globe and the knowledge of the ages is at your fingertips.
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ram-symbol-626GOAT
(1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003 and 2015)

The New Moon on 1st February brings us to the Chinese New Year, which will always begin on the month of the Tiger. However, for the first time in 12 years, this also ushers in the Year of the Tiger, putting the focus on your financial situation and money matters but also personal change and transformation through to 23rd January 2023. The month of the Tiger itself will end on 2nd March but this will get this off to a good start. This makes this a good year for financial growth but also for personal transformation and this comes from two different factors that together, make this a year where there can be a major reset. The first is that the Tiger itself and its position in your personal lunar cycle puts the focus on money and transformation.

The second factor is the Tiger’s personality. For everyone and not just those born in the Year of the Goat, this is a year for change, freedom and liberation. The Tiger doesn’t like to sit still and while for the Goat the Ox and its slow and pedantic ways may have created a sense of security, this will have the doubling effect of being a year of change and transformation while seeking a sense of freedom or liberation. Combined, this could see you start liberating or setting yourself free from debt or changing the way you manage money in order to give you more financial freedom. However, it was never about the money, which is simply a means to an end.

All choices, whether financial or otherwise, come from pre programmed responses or habits that control most of our decision making. Money is just one of the most obvious expressions of this but we can find it in our health, relationships, a tendency to overwork or a lack of motivation. It all stems from habits or subconscious programs that we are not aware of and that is what the Tiger will be focused on rewiring. Whether it is a change to the way you manage your money, your health or just life in general, a year for change and transformation is less about external changes and more about changing that internal hardwiring. While the month of the Tiger will give this a head start this is a journey that will continue through to January 2023.
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monkey-symbol-268MONKEY
(1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004 and 2016)

The good news for work and job matters is that while both the month and the Year of the busy and industrious Ox will end on 1st February, this can get this professional year off to the kind of start that you can continue to benefit from. The Ox is nothing if not determined, tenacious and goal focused, with a chance to establish the kind of work ethic and determination that you can continue to benefit from. Meanwhile, in the same way that every lunar year ends on the month of the Ox, every new lunar year begins on the month of the Tiger. The New Moon on 1st February is the Chinese New Year and for the first time in 12 years, this ushers in the Year of the Tiger. In the same way that we have seen a doubling of the Ox’s influence in the final weeks of the Year of the Ox, we will also see a doubling of the Tiger’s influence during the first four weeks of the Year of the Tiger.

The Monkey and the Tiger are opposing signs and you share nothing in common, but because this is your opposing sign this means you have reached the halfway point in your current personal 12 year lunar cycle. Halfway between the last Year of the Monkey and the next, the Tiger will spend from 1st February 2022 to 23rd January 2023 confronting you when it comes to living up to your intentions and personal truth. The Tiger’s job is not just to point out where you may have veered off course or have forgotten your intentions, beliefs and the promises made to yourself in the past but to help you get back on track, offering a chance for a reset. The Tiger also puts the focus on your relationships, making this an important year for all your relationships but also for learning more about yourself.

It is through your interactions with others and through your relationships that you will come to better understand yourself, your needs and your priorities. Chances are you will sense an increase in instances where you don’t feel that you are being treated fairly or that you have strong reactions to others actions. In reality, it is less an increase in those instances and more an increase in your awareness while at the same time it is never about the instance itself and more your responses. Your own personal needs are waking up and the only time they can happen is when they meet resistance or push back. Coupled with the Tiger’s natural inclination towards change and freedom, you might start to experience a throwback to your teenage years when no one could be the boss of you or tell you what to do. Back then that was an awakening of the grownup you were starting to become and now you are experiencing it again, this time reawakening to your personal truth.
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rooster-symbol-772ROOSTER
(1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005 and 2017)

The Chinese New Year on 1st February will always bring one lunar year to a close and while this will end one influence and usher in a new one, not to the stark degree that it is likely to do this year. Every lunar year ends on the month of the Ox and begins on the month of the Tiger but once every 12 years this will also bring the Year of the Ox to a close while ushering in the Year of the Tiger. What we saw in January was a doubling impact, with the final four weeks of the fun, playful, romantic and creative Year of the Ox made even more extreme by also having the month of the Ox in effect. As if to squeeze out as much as you could from this playful influence, this doubling impact was important for things are set to take a busy turn from 1st February.

It is the New Moon on 1st February that will bring us to the Chinese New Year but also the start of both the month and the Year of the busy and industrious Tiger. While the month of the Tiger will end on 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will run through to 23rd January 2023, making this a busy but also an exciting year for anything that you can channel this busy and industrious energy into. The Tiger likes to make things happen and get things done but there is a need to avoid becoming so busy that you end up chasing your own tail. This means pacing yourself for a busy year but one where you can accomplish a lot. This puts a lot of focus on your work situation and job matters but also on anything that keeps you busy.

The Tiger also loves change but also freedom, so a change of job might be on the cards this year, a change to the way you work or a desire for more freedom, autonomy or self sufficiency. A change of job that is like for like is less something that the Tiger will aspire to. It might not even be a change of job but just a change in how you work, with a chance to look at the number of hours that you work. This is also a chance to incorporate the Ox’s legacy, making the most of the success that the Tiger can bring on the work front while ensuring life doesn’t become all work and no play.
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chinese-dog-symbol-322DOG
(1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006 and 2018)

Every lunar year will always end on the month of the Ox and begin on the month of the Tiger, which always ushers in the Chinese New Year. The difference this time is that the New Moon that will usher in the fun, playful, romantic and creative month of the Tiger on 1st February will also usher in the Year of the Tiger, turning what is usually a four week advantage into a 12 month experience. For the Dog, the month of the Tiger doesn’t just put the focus on matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative but life itself should flow more smoothly. The Dog and Tiger are part of the same triad of affinity and as natural allies, will have your back throughout the coming year and until the Year of the Tiger ends on 23rd January 2023. This will be a good year for creative ventures.

The Tiger likes change and freedom and the Dog and the Tiger both like to run but also to nap. If you observe the dog and tiger in the wild you will see that they not only have a lot of energy to burn but then they like to sleep. The fits and starts that the Tiger likes to bring might be confusing or discerning for others but for the Dog, this will feel natural and is one of the reasons why you will be so in sync with this special year. The other partner to your triad of affinity is the Horse and this will make the adventurous month of the Horse, which will run from 30th May to 29th June one of the best months of the year.

The other good months for you will be the month of the Tiger, from 1st February to 2nd March and the month of the Dog from 25th September to 25th February. The month of the Dog will bring you to the start of your next personal 12 month lunar cycle, which starting under the Tiger’s influence will get off to a good start and with the confidence to follow your heart from the start. The Tiger likes change but also freedom and in your case, the freedom to follow your heart but also to express yourself creatively. This is the year that you have not only been waiting for but you need, especially if the last few years and 2021, in particular, have called for a lot of extra responsibility.
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pig-symbol-355PIG
(1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007 and 2019)

With both the month and the Year of the Ox ending on 1st February, this will create a significant shift but one that you can approach with a head start. For while the Chinese New Year will usher in a whole new experience, this not only brings you to the end of the Year of the Ox but the month of the Ox as well. This means that you will begin the Year of the Tiger benefiting from the Ox’s focus on open communication lines, an ability to think on your feet or to make smart choices, decisions and plans. However, while the New Moon on 1st February will bring us to the Chinese New Year and end the end of both the month and the Year of the Ox, its influence will live on. It is then that you will once again experience a doubling effect, for while every lunar year ends on the month of the Ox it also begins on the month of the Tiger.

For the Pig, the Tiger puts the focus on things close to home but for the first time in 12 years, this also brings us to the start of the Year of the Tiger. In the same way that the month of the Tiger always follows on from the month of the Ox, so too does the Year of the Tiger from the Year of the Ox. While the month of the Tiger will run its course on 2nd March, the Year of the Tiger will continue through to 23rd January 2023, putting the focus on home, family and/or property matters throughout that time. However, it is in February that this will be most potent and especially during the month of the Tiger, which runs from 1st February to 2nd March.

The Tiger likes change and this might see some changes on the home front this year, to the make up of your family or just a lifestyle change. The Tiger also likes freedom, creating a desire for the freedom to choose how and where you live. Meanwhile, one of the most important months of any lunar year is the month of the Pig, something that is more than just a chance to return to your native energy. The month of the Pig will bring you to the start of a new personal 12 month lunar cycle, making 25th October to 23rd November some of the most important weeks of the year for a reset, as you realign with your personal truth.
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