2022 CHINESE ZODIAC: DRAGON

2022 Chinese Zodiac Dragon

It’s been a tough old year of the Ox, hasn’t it, dear Dragon? Well, I wish I was the bearer of good news with a mile-long list of positive stars in 2022. Unfortunately, a little more patience is required before the pendulum swings your way again. Think of it as a year to slow things down!

A RECAP OF THE DRAGON IN 2021

The Dragon had one positive star in 2021 – the Moon, which is a star of entrepreneurial ideas. Hang on to this, please. It’s important.

Apart from that? I would say that the most severe of the negative stars in 2021 would involve the Hook Spirit which denotes issues from the past coming back to haunt you. There was also the Grand Duke Destruction which called for a massive upheaval to how you get things done. The Piercing Rope brought external pressures to bear.

THE DRAGON IN 2022

If the Moon star in 2021 had brought you some ideas for new businesses or income pipelines, then 2022 could be the year for research and preparation.

The biggest worry would be lingering issues from 2021 being carried forward to the Year of the Tiger. Luckily, it’s really not as bad as it seems. Things are easing up somewhat. There are only two major negative stars to be wary of.

1. SKY CRY

The after-effects of a tough 2021 may leave you feeling a little more emotional than usual. This is what the Sky Cry denotes – emotional instability.

2. LEOPARD TAIL

When a person is feeling a little emotionally unstable, then there is a possibility that you could over-react or misjudge certain situations, taking offense when none was meant. This is a warning from the Leopard Tail, the likelihood that you may inadvertently ‘step’ on the proverbial leopard’s tail and basically, offend someone.

3. FUNERAL DOOR AND EARTH DOOR

As scary as these two names may sound, they actually refer to a possibility of having low immunity. Now, you would notice a lot of health-related negative stars in these forecasts. The reason is simple. Thousands of years ago when this system was created, people had very limited access to health care.

In today’s world, as long as you take adequate health precautions, these health-related stars are no longer as scary as they sound.

SUGGESTED STRATEGIES FOR THE DRAGON IN 2022

With only negative stars in your Dragon column, I feel compelled to offer some strategies to circumvent these negative stars.

  1. To counter the Sky Cry, if the emotions become unbearable, do seek out mental health help from the professionals.
  2. As for the Leopard Tail, simply avoid indulging in empty gossip.

ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES FOR THE DRAGON IN 2022

What if you simply can’t spend a year in research? In today’s fast-paced world, a year can lead to plenty of missed opportunities. So what can you do? You could borrow the luck from someone else.

To manage your energy or emotions, the Rooster has the all-powerful Emperor Star. This is a great nobleman star with the ability to dissolve most of the negative stars.

If it is actual problem-solving, the Monkey is your go-to. The Monkey has loads of problem-solving star in 2022. But just be mindful that the Monkey will be feeling particularly disruptive. So don’t be surprised if the Monkey comes up with some rather off-beat ideas for you.

WHERE IS YOUR DRAGON?

The Dragon Zodiac Sign could potentially fall in your Year, Month, Day, or Hour Pillar. To plot your Bazi chart, please your Bazi Chart with this free resource (registration required) https://bazibz.masteryacademy.com/.

Year Pillar

The Year pillar governs your interaction with the world – your industry, social networks, friends, and personal branding. If the Dragon falls in your Year Pillar, you would probably find many of your friends becoming extra dramatic in 2022. Suddenly, it may seem like the whole world has turned into a Korean drama! Emotional or energy management could be the theme for your personal branding in 2022.

Month Pillar

The Month pillar governs your career and work – your bosses, colleagues, and partners. If the Dragon falls in your Month, please refrain from getting involved in office politics.

Day Pillar

The Day pillar governs your self and your spouse. If the Dragon falls in your Day, little squabbles leading to big tears may be the theme of 2022. However, who ever said that we must be dictated by these stars? There is such as thing as will power, you know? Now that you have gained awareness of these potential pitfalls, avoid them!  

Hour Pillar

The Hour pillar governs your thoughts, ideas, ideals and investments. If the Dragon falls in your Hour, you may be feeling extra emotional where your staff and children are concerned. Learn to be more objective. Not everything requires a reaction.

CONCLUSION: 2022 DRAGON

With the Dragon in your chart, this is a year to learn how to manage your emotions. Learning to view our emotions as separate from us, can be a good thing. Perhaps that is the biggest lesson from 2022. Learning to understand that we choose how we feel. That in itself may be another step to becoming you, but better.

GET YOUR FULL 2022 ANALYSIS

Now, remember! The Annual Auxiliary Stars make up only 12% to 15% of your Year. To understand and create strategies for a successful year ahead, hit me up for a personal consult. Let’s co-create your strategy together and make 2022 your best year yet!

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The author and publisher, Paulynne Cheng, has made her best efforts to produce this 2022 guide. The information contained in this blog has been verified from various sources, websites and public medias. However, she makes no warranties of any kind with regards to the contents of this blog and accept no liability of any kind for any losses and damages caused from using the information in this blog.

Author: Paulynne Cheng

A Business and Career Consultant-Coach who melds Chinese Metaphysics techniques with modern day Coaching to help you become the best that you can be. A lifelong reader who cannot imagine life without books; a 25-year Communications professional with an expertise in sports communications, sports marketing and broadcasting.

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