Chinese Horoscope: 2014 Predictions for the Year of the Horse

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By charmaine corne clutton | January 7, 2014 2:30 PM EST

The year of the wooden horse has finally arrived and people want to know what this year holds for them under the predictions of their Chinese Horoscope.

The Chinese horoscope is almost as same as the astrology, it symbolizes the year in which a person was born under an animal sign. The best way to describe this is as a person's zodiac sign. This year is the year of those born under the wooden horse. It holds many things for those and is considered a lucky year for those who were born under this year and for those whose animal sign interacts well with the elements found in the year of the wooden horse.

This year is considered one of the best years for the Chinese as they particularly like the horse. According to the Chinese, the year of the horse is one of their favorite years because the horse symbolizes travelling and would mean that everyone who wishes to achieve success would reach this right away.

The year of the horse has an hour in which the Chinese considers its "horse hour" which is from 11 A.M to 1 P.M. This year is connected to the sun and to heat, which is why it is connected to the colors red and to the element fire.

This year has a lot of elements such as wood, fire and the earth element. In order to have a balanced year water, heat and air is needed.

The horse is considered the strongest fire animal among the 12 Chinese zodiac signs and should these meet a dog or a tiger element it would create too much heat or temper. The year is said to be a good one, a lot of success for those who are willing to become free and independent but want to be in control of what they want.

It is also a year where those who know how to build and stay humble and kind would be able to make a lot of new and healthy relationships with everybody. 

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