Enter the Water Dragon “Ren Chen” Year 2012
One of 9 Dragons on the Dragon Wall in the Imperial Palace grounds, Beijing China
Are you ready for the ride of your life?
Welcome the Water Dragon Year, the most powerful of all the animal signs and the most special, as it is a mystical being rather than an earthly animal, bringing with it good fortune and vital health.
It is a symbol for courage, dominance and ambition. We can expect grand things happening this year for bigger than life is very much a Dragon thing. There will be spectacular successes as well as crash and burn failures. We can expect a year filled will opportunities to awaken our higher consciousness and witness dramatic changes occurring on the earth with natural disasters.
The Yang Water Dragon is about big movement, a vibrant flowing river rather than a stagnant lake. Things will move, ideas will flow, and creativity abounds, alongside experiencing upheavals within our economy. Get prepared for and unpredictable roller coaster year. There will be celebrations of all kinds and good luck to come your way.
The Dragon is a beautiful creature, colorful and flamboyant. People born in a Dragon year are natural movers and shakers, enthusiastic and inspire confidence in others with their honesty and quick wit, no one could fine a more devoted, openhearted friend. On the other side they can have a reputation for being conceited, a hothead and possessing a sharp tongue. While Dragons frequently help others, rarely will they ask for help. While others are attracted to Dragons, deep down Dragons prefer to be alone. Perhaps that is because they’re most successful when working alone.
Dragons prefer to live by their own rules, they know how to gain respect, and being in charge or giving orders comes naturally, and if left on their own, are usually successful. They’re driven, unafraid of challenges, and willing to take risks. They’re passionate in all they do and they do things in grand fashion and are most happy in jobs that allow them to express their creativity. They are high skilled specialists and have strong opinions, although their innate aggression and competitiveness can sometimes lead them into dangerous water.
Dragons will give into love, but won’t give up their independence. Their great popularity stems from a soft, sensitive and passionate heart; although they are apt to have quick, sometimes vengeful tempers. Dragons enjoy others who are intriguing, and when they find the right partners, they’ll usually commit to that person for life.
Metal Dragons (1940 and 2000) are more determined and they’ll fight for what they believe in. They enjoy the company of those who feel mighty enough to challenge their beliefs.
Water Dragons (1952 and 2012), The water calms the Dragon’s fire. Water Dragons are able to see things from other points of view. They don’t have the need to always be right..
Wood Dragons (1904 and 1964) also are willing to entertain the opinions of others. Their artistic side is strong, and Wood Dragons enjoy being creative and innovative.
Fire Dragons (1916 and 1976) emotions can flare instantly. Because they react quickly and recklessly, they sometimes make wrong decisions. Fire Dragons need to slow down and keep their tempers in check as that’s when they’re best.
Earth Dragons (1928 and 1988) are more rooted in the ground. They make better decisions because they act more rationally, and are level-headed and able to control their behaviors.
Dragons are compatible with the Monkey or Rat and incompatible with the Ox and Goat
Famous Dragon People
Calista Flockhart, Colin Farrell, Courtney Cox, Courtney Love, Dinah Shore, Isabella Rossellini, Julia Ormond, Juliette Binoche, Reese Witherspoon, Roseanne Barr, Sandra Bullock, and Wynonna Judd.