2012: The Shift From the Age of Pisces to Aquarius, And What to Expect
2012 is the unofficial entry into the Age of Aquarius — so we are already in this new age. What should we expect in the Age of Aquarius? How is it different then the Age of Pisces — and where is it taking us?Listening to Our Inner Voice, The Month of Pisces 2015
WILLING WINTER’S WISDOM! When the astrological clock strikes in Pisces we always know that Spring is only a mere month away! As winter’s retreat winds down within this Zodiac month- our clocks equally “spring forward” into daylight savings. The collective to is wise to enjoy the journey that the pause of these last moments of winter’s stillness offers before life begins to awaken again. When silent time in the listen is fully embraced in Pisces, not only will you have truly become friends with winter, but you most certainly will then be holding the very keys to your Spring.How Astrology Could Help Solve Your Worries
In Vedic astrology, it is believed that a child is born when celestial rays, in the form of positioning of planets, are in perfect harmony with his karmas. One’s horoscope thus forms a portrait that explains some unalterable past and future outcomes. One’s karmas from the past define how one’s life would be, and horoscope and zodiac are thus often called the ‘kala chakra’, which means the ‘wheel of time’.All About Planetary Friendship
For times immemorial, the concept of planetary friendship has been used in Vedic Astrology for making prediction for a person’s life based upon his birth chart. What makes the concept unique is that it has no parallel in western astrology, but can be applied to the same with a great deal of efficacy.Chinese New Year – The Tale of the Animals
According to Chinese astrology, each year is associated with an animal. Out of the twelve animals in the Chinese zodiac, also known as Sheng Xiao, the goat comes eighth. Other animals that appear in the lunar calendar are rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. February 19, 2015 welcomes the Year of the Goat in celebration of the Chinese New Year, China’s most loved festival.