It’s New Year’s Eve, the last day of 2011. There is still another month of the Rabbit year. There is no excuse why you cannot celebrate the New Year with the Monkey in charge.
If you express yourself today to your close ones they will begin to understand where you are at the moment and what you want for the year ahead. If you can see how those parts of your lives which are shared can work out in the coming months, you can see that each of you would benefit from doing things as part of a team effort.
If there is a long-standing quandary that still feels stuck, then you need to think about whether in the year ahead that you still need to try and solve it. Or, whether it’s a situation you have to learn to live with, and it might eventually disappear without you needing to do anything. Either way, free your mind from what is bothersome today and get ready to toast 2012.
If you are not using your Tiger ears properly today you might get hold of the wrong end of the stick. It is easy for you to get into a needless wrangle because you misheard something. There could actually be no fundamental disagreement. Make sure you understand what other people are saying to you today before you give them your legendary Tiger growl.
You could make some sort of new discovery today. It will help bring a new perspective into how you have been looking at an idea, which somebody else has brought to you. You might still not be ready to make a decision, but you can certainly weigh up the pros and cons a bit more clearly. Could it be time for you to decide to do things a bit differently in the New Year?
How are you going to celebrate the coming of a New Year? Your eccentric Dragon personality believes in seeing out the old year and welcoming the New Year with style. If there is somebody who can be the life and soul of a party without trying too hard, it’s your Dragon self. What are you waiting for? Get ready for a big celebration!
When your Snake personality looks back over the past Rabbit year you may come to realise that you actually had more luck than you thought you had at the beginning of the year. Reflect on all the good times you have had. There is no need to probe too deeply into why certain things did not work out as you wished. When you have done enough looking over your shoulder, it’s time to look ahead and see what 2012 brings you.
You may come to realise you have some pretty good excuses as to why you have not done certain things. It’s time to either strike certain things off your to-do list and realise that you are simply not going to do them, or maybe it’s time for you to let go of excuses and to dive straight into what you are doing in the year ahead. Either way, it’s time to stop hesitating and figure out what you truly want.
You can maintain a calm mind-set when you think about what you want from the year ahead. Although things might not have happened at quite the speed you would have wished for them to happen, during Rabbit year, you can get a sense that there are certain things which are just around the corner. You can appreciate them all the more because you had to wait instead of getting what you wanted instantly.
You can feel so full of enthusiasm for celebrating the New Year. It’s easy for you to look ahead to another year with a lot of eagerness for certain things you want to achieve. Remember to think about the roles that close ones will have in your life and to nurture positive relationships. You will still want people to be around when your projects are done.
The Rabbit year would have brought you certain trials and tribulations. Although there is still a bit more of the Rabbit year to run, use this New Year’s Eve as an opportunity to let go of old thoughts and feelings. You know you don’t want to carry forward certain attitudes and emotions into the New Year. Imagine you can shake them off at the stroke of midnight.
Your friendly Dog self is always ready to send out good wishes for a happy New Year to friends and acquaintances. Will it bring you more luck to wish more people all the best for 2012? Whether it does or not, you will certainly feel lucky every time you call out ‘Happy New Year!’. Maybe luck will keep you company as you spread good cheer all around.
Although you might have some big dreams for next year, you know it would be wise to remain realistic. Although luck can help, it is wise not to count purely on luck for making things happen. Celebrate the achievements of this year, which you know are down to your own efforts. Say thank you for all the luck you have received, and all the luck that is about to roll in, after the stroke of midnight.