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Salute the Solstice

Today is the Sun’s celebratory day, the Summer and Winter Solstice!

The summer solstice occurs when the Sun’s movement across the Southern hemisphere sky reaches its highest point. It’s the day that has the longest daylight hours of any in the year.

The winter solstice in the northern hemisphere sky is the day that has the shortest daylight hours of the year.

The word “solstice” derives from the Latin sol for sun and “sistere” meaning “to come to a stop or make stand.”

Wherever you are in the world, pause, give a thought to this life-giving planet, and its dual nature of giving and taking life.

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How to Thrive in The Year Of The Fire Rooster

The Year Of Passion, Compassion And Confidence

The Fire Rooster Lunar Year kicks off January 28th, 2017. Fire Rooster favors passion, compassion, calmness and confidence.

The year is dominated by the fire and metal elements in Chinese astrology. Excessive fire hurts the heart and liver and causes stress, excitement and anger. Excessive metal damages the lungs bringing feelings of anxiety and difficulty in letting go of grief.

Here’s a little poetic advice to help you handle the fire and metal energies so that you thrive, fly and keep safe all year long…

Time to be determined, brave, and true,
to channel your desires into one heartfelt pursuit.
That cherished something you’ve always wanted to do,
revamp, redesign and make it totally brand new.

It’s high time to let go of anger and rage.
Let the winds of change set you free from your cage.
Drink more water, workout until you sweat.
Replenish, rejuvenate, and get profound rest.

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How to Prosper and Succeed in the Year of the Fire Monkey

2016 Year Of The Fire Monkey

The year of the Fire Monkey starts February 8, 2016. Fire Monkey rewards those who are agile, inventive, quick-witted, sociable, creative and community conscious. Here’s how you can prosper, succeed, and make the most of the natural Fire Monkey energies of 2016.

Think like a clever trickster more than a serious martyr

Work a little smarter, not a lot harder.

Resist the auto-response, “I’m so busy” when someone asks how you are. The subtext; “I’m so boring” is a conversation killer.

Tell others about your fun and freedoms even if they’re minuscule. They’re inspiring and inviting.

Bend your brain

If you’re over 40 and haven’t studied something new and challenging in the last decade your brain has seriously decayed.

Something new and challenging means more than reading a new book.

Be like a child again, trying to grasp an alien concept for the first time. Every time your brain strains, you’ll grow ten brain cells.

Find your folk

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