Daily Chinese horoscope
Wednesday 29 January 2020

Free and accurate daily horoscope of 29 January 2020
By Karmaweather - 26 February 2019
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Chinese calendar:
Day of the Goat Metal
Month of the Tiger Earth
Year of the Rat Metal

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Characteristics of 29 January 2020

Polarity of the day: Yin
Polarity of the month: Yang
Polarity of the year: Yang
Marriage and love: Inauspicious
Favorable directions: South Southwest
Lucky colors: All colors
Energetic chart: WeaknessBalanced
Destiny of birth (Yi Jing): The contemplation
Boy’s first names: All names
Girl’s first names: All names

Daily horoscope of 29 January 2020

Metal Goat Day

Today, the sparkling, joyful and refined energies of the Metal Goat cover the atmosphere with their heady perfume. Intelligent but slightly superficial, sincere but fleeting, a day marked by the seal of the Metal Goat is ideal for creative inspiration and the elaboration of new aesthetic concepts. Avoid chatting too much with your colleagues, stay handy and avoid any irrational use of your favorite social network. If you're at home during the day, take advantage of your time to rethink your home decor. As a couple, avoid unnecessarily provoking your partner's jealousy, at the risk of spoiling your evening. If you wish to go out with your friends and face a categorical refusal, do not insist this time and prefer a romantic evening at home.



5th Lunar Mansion: the Heart

The lodge of the Heart is unfavorable. Monday and the Moon are symbolically attached to this house. During the day of the 5th lodge of the constellation of the Heart, it’s absolutely necessary to avoid starting a new activity. Similarly, friends and supporters are inferior to the potential number of enemies or opponents during this day. Politicians and public figures are particularly concerned about this lodge.

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Chinese stone of birth

Corrective stone of the day

yi king karma

Yi Jing hexagram of contemplation (觀, guān)

The individual born under the "Yi Jing hexagram of contemplation" perceives, understands and expresses things with great clarity and insight. Generally a good speaker, he prefers to establish social ties with those with whom he can freely express his vision of the world. The exercise of power in organized communities is a matter of great concern to him. The being of the "Yi Jing hexagram of contemplation" can excel in trades that require contact with the general public. All the more so since he often manages to give an insightful picture of what a society, or a group of individuals, may need most to progress. Likewise, he has the talent to recognize situations with deceptive appearances and unreliable people. The predictions and opinions of a person born under the "Yi Jing hexagram of contemplation" are often of sure value, as long as his passion for disclosure does not outweigh the clarity of his expression. Thus, the main existential challenge of the person born under the "Yi Jing hexagram of contemplation" lies in his ability not to use his trump only for his own glory.


Metal Goat's Pillar of Destiny

"The ground on the side of the road" (Yin)

This pillar is marked by relative slowness, since the manifestation of acting out to achieve an intention is somewhat hampered by an exacerbated sense of reality. Indeed, it is more a question here of an energetic and lasting attachment to a way of acting or an idea, than a mobility which feeds on a regenerative flexibility. Be that as it may, the imaged destiny of the "ground on the side of the road" in its Yin form is consistent with existential realizations from intellectual activities. It is a wise reminder of the importance of the accumulation of knowledge in a perspective of advancement and progress.

However, it is more as a pillar of the day that this imaged destiny is better, provided that it is complementary and not in repetition with the other three pillars (year, month, hour) that define the natal chart of the individual.