By using the word pecker I am referring to the action of a certain bird and the prefixed element should cryptically hint to a Wood Rooster day. Falling as it does in a Metal Rabbit year means that the stem and branch clashes in what is known as a “year break”. Hence, the broken wood pecker and not our little green friends. However, people with Wood Roosters in their Chinese horoscopes and particularly those born on its day, may be experiencing a year of “being bent out of shape”, so to speak and would need the water element to relieve pressure and restore equilibrium.
Yesterday we mentioned that the Wood element could relate to space and interestingly and rather supportively the water element can be related to time. As both elements refer to feng shui we have wind and water on the surface and time and space at the deepest level, meaning that if you haven’t had a feng shui consultation for a while you should have another to bring fresh results. After all it is because of the flux in energy that everything changes. The best feng shui practitioners are those that take account of time and space.
Speaking of which and returning to our blog theme; in time the energy clash will resolve itself for all when it passes tomorrow and for our Wood Rooster friends it will pass next year. For today the Chinese almanac suggests only tidying up as suitable activity and strongly advises against acupuncture or planting seeds.
On the subject of year break we will be taking some time off from our mostly daily blog due to summer holidays and Mercury retrograde starting Tuesday 2nd August. This is a point when communications may encounter problems. Although we will return with the blog from September 5th our office will continue normally and we will update our web site links with daily Chinese astrology. Today’s Wood Rooster astrology can be found on its web page.
Enjoy every moment!
Finn & Slim Shooey