2020 is almost coming to an end and it has been quite a year! As we are quickly approaching 2021, we need to prepare for the best and also be ready to overcome any upcoming obstacles. You should start to use 2021 Lillian Too’s Feng Shui Alamance and diary making your new plan and must choose auspicious date for starting new project, wedding, sign contract and renovation, etc. They are ready for you to deliver or pickup at the stores (WOFS Las Vegas and WOFS Honolulu) NOW! Don’t wait and delay your plan! We have been delayed our plan due to pandemic period.
General Outlook of the year
Fire is the wealth element in 2021. You need to wear lucky colors such as red, pink, and burgundy to help capture the wealth luck; especially if you were born in the months of November, December, and January.
Dragon and Snake zodiacs will have auspicious stars to help bringing good luck but will also need to control the bad energy from Five Yellow Star. You MUST keep the 5 Element Pagoda Tree of Life for protection.
Finally, the Horse,Dogand Monkey zodiacs will be lucky from the auspicious stars in 2021, but Dogperson should not make significant investments this year.
Rooster will have strong money luck with great support during the Ox year but need to pay attention for office politics. It will be better for you to wear the Anti Jealousy Medallion to block the negative enegry.
It will not be a smooth year forBoar person and cash flow will be tight. As you do not have lucky star in 2021. You need to keep the Anti-Burlgary amulet for protection from losing money, and 28 Hums Wheel for protection. It is not the right year to loan money to others and you must team up with your ally – Rabbit and secret friend – Tiger for better luck.
Rat person will have lucky stars to help overcome obstacles and need to pay attention to your health due to the Illness star. You must carry the Good Health Gold Card for protection.
Chung Yeong Festival (重陽節), also known as the Double Ninth Festival (久久節 ) and the Chrysanthemum Festival (菊の節句), is observed on the ninth day of the ninth month in the Chinese Lunar calendar. This year it’ll be on October 25, 2020. Traditional Chinese and Korean will visit the cemetery of their ancestors to pay their respects. They will offer food and fruit as well as burn incense to their ancestors. Ching Ming and Chung Yeong Festival are important dates for us to pay respects to our ancestors.
According to the Lo Shu number, Nine is the yang fire element and the double ninth day and month will bring intense fire. Chrysanthemum bloom during that time; it will be advisable to drink chrysanthemum tea or liquor to balance your health.