Ancient Wisdom for a Modern Woman · Feng-Shui

Your Lucky Day

Wouldn’t it be great if every day was our lucky day?! Sorry, I am not a magician (not yet) to make this be true always and forever, but there is hope!

Whether you believe in astrology, Feng-Shui and/or karma or consider it all rubbish, my point is simple: if there is a chance that these things work, I am going to use it for my benefit! I mean, why not?!

There are special days, your lucky days, called Days of Vitality, when everything you do should go well. If you are planning an important event, such as a job interview or a opening your business, a wedding, a court hearing, moving into a new house or anything like that, you better schedule it for your Day of Vitality – thus you will secure a better chance for a positive outcome.

On the other hand, there are Days of Obstacles, which is pretty much self-explanatory. It is highly advisable NOT to hold any important events on your Day of Obstacles as on this day chances are that everything that can go wrong, will.  So, do your best NOT to plan anything  significant on such day.

Both, your Day of Vitality and your Day of Obstacles depend on the animal sign of the year you were born in per the Chinese Zodiac.  Refer to the chart below:


If you need to check the animal sign of the year you were born in,  click here.  

I will talk about the meaning of days of the week next Friday

Be safe and good luck!


8 thoughts on “Your Lucky Day

      1. I just realized your animal might be Cat. If so, then it’s the year of Rabit – terms are interchangeable. Otherwise, you are pullin’ my leg, cuz all 12 signs seem to be on the chart.

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