Daily Chinese horoscope
Saturday 16 January 2021

Free and accurate daily horoscope of 16 January 2021
By Karmaweather - 26 February 2019
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Chinese calendar:
Day of the Wood Rat
Month of the Earth Ox
Year of the Metal Rat

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Characteristics of 16 January 2021

Polarity of the day: Yang
Polarity of the month: Yin
Polarity of the year: Yang
Marriage and love:
Favorable directions: North
Lucky colors: Red, Pink, Orange
Energetic chart: Deficiency Fire
Destiny of birth (Yi Jing): Great progress
Boy’s first names: Aidan, Avner, Brand, Malo, Serafino
Girl’s first names: Fia, Helena, Ignacia, Nelly, Touraya

Daily horoscope of 16 January 2021

Wood Rat Day

The Chinese zodiac sign of the Wood Rat brings his keen spirit and adaptability to the energies of the day. An intense need for realization can lead the most alert minds among us to perform varied and surprising activities, far from our habits. The people born during the Year of the Rat, the Year of the Dragon and the Year of the Monkey are the most likely to succumb to this overflow of energy. Be careful, however, that your ambition, honorable as it is, doesn't entice you to neglect the necessary and meticulous preparation of your main project of the day.



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Yi Jing hexagram of the great progress (晉, jìn)

The individual born under the "Yi Jing hexagram of the great progress" has a rather balanced temperament. He does not show himself excessive and he takes care to preserve a rather uniform existence, giving little chance to destiny to distribute the cards for him. Easily susceptible, he may be able to take decisive positions in conversations, even on apparently insignificant subjects. The greatest existential fear of the native of the "Yi Jing hexagram of the great progress" is to see one day, helpless, his achievements disappear. He therefore needs to learn to let go, and to put things into perspective, since in case of failure, he has all the capacities in him to bounce back. On the other hand, expansion and growth are two key elements of his success. The more the being of the "Yi King Hexagram of the great progress" is serene and confident about his future, the more he is able to achieve success and make it last.


Wood Rat's Pillar of Destiny

"The gold at the bottom of the ocean" (Yang)

In terms of evolution, this pillar in its Yang form does not represent a lively dynamism, even if overall it remains beneficial. Indeed, its existential essence rests on an inflexible immanence, which somewhat inhibits the will and the fundamental determination to the creative impulses. On the other hand, one of the most striking symptoms of this pillar is the fear of the individual getting out of his comfort zone or maintaining only weak intentions that often result in pernicious inertia in the long term. That is why an ability to identify one's own brakes to overcome them progressively remains vital, to allow social climbing to see the light of day. Like a treasure that sits at the bottom of the water and just waiting to be brought to the surface, the understanding of this pillar recommends hard work and stubborn perseverance. It is clearly stated that wealth and prosperity are at hand, provided that the individual who carries this annual pillar puts in place the necessary means, both physically and mentally, to their realization.

On the other hand, luck is much easier to meet if the first pillar of "gold at the bottom of the ocean" is on the day of birth. As a pillar of the day, it should not take too much energy to achieve success. However, it is important to analyze the imaged destinies of the other pillars that accompany it, before being able to give a definitive verdict on its exclusively beneficial aspect.