The Horse and Tiger always support the Dog and his secret friend is the Rabbit. A conflicting animal for the Dog is the Dragon. On Mondays everything goes smoothly for him, while on Thursdays it's better not to take up anything.
Throughout 2014 - the year of the Horse, you will experience both good and bad events, which will affect your life. In your year, luck is entirely on your side. It would be enough to display just a little bit of persistence and you may achieve everything.
According to the Feng Shui horoscope for 2014, the Ox will enjoy successes throughout the entire year. In 2014, the Ox will feel a rush of energy, will come out strong and smart in many situations.
The Horse is the Tiger's friend, and the Pig comes to aid in critical situations. The Monkey is conflicting for the Tiger. Luck awaits him on Thursday but not Friday.
According to the Feng Shui horoscope for the Rat for 2014, this will be a very tense year. You will face many hurdles but this will make you take on new challenges and lead you to try to overcome them.
According to the Eastern horoscope, a Snake is anyone born in 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001 and 2013. The Snake is proud, wise, ambitious, talented, brave, passionate, intelligent, charming and very suspicious.
People born in the year of the Monkey are very active and quickly adapt to any situation. According to the Feng Shui horoscope for 2014, the Monkey will suffer from a lack of vital and spiritual energy.
According to the Feng Shui horoscope for 2014, the Rooster will enjoy great success throughout the year. The greatest problem you will encounter will be the lack of enough confidence in yourself, which may play a bad trick on you.
The Monkey and the Rat are friends of the Dragon, while the Rooster always supports him. He has conflicts with the Dog. His lucky day is Sunday, while he has no luck on Thursday.
In 2014, the Rabbit will be pleasantly surprised by a change in their financial situation. His allies are the Goat and Pig; the Dog is his secret friend who always saves him from trouble; and he cannot get along with the Rooster at all.