The Year of the Tiger brings spiritual awakening and transition.
Childhood innocence once lost, emerges from its cocoon to fly free.
We return to the flow of the collective unconsciousness in blue frequency.
Close your eyes and walk with me ...
Happy Valentine's Day 2010
Loving is not just looking at each other,
it's looking in the same direction.
Love is like an hourglass
with the heart filling up
as the brain empties.
Forget love. ... I'd rather fall in chocolate.
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Chinese New Year - Year of the Tiger
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Year of the Tiger: All About the Chinese Zodiac
Live Science - February 13, 2010
In China, the tiger is considered the king of all beasts and represents powerful energy. Further, the tiger is associated with Tsai Shen Yeh, the Chinese God of Wealth usually seen sitting on a tiger in Asian art. Asian lore considers the tiger the protector of the dead, and will often be seen in graves as a mark of protection, assuring peace for those who have passed. Tigers are considered a yang energy, and are also a solar animal which associates them with symbolisms of the sun, summer and fire. In ancient Chinese myth there are five tigers that hold the balance of cosmic forces in place and prevent chaos from collapsing into the universe.
These five tigers are:
Chinese animal symbolism of the tiger deals with (but is not limited to):
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