TOP 3 LUCKIEST CHINESE ZODIACS OF YEAR 2020

TOP 3 LUCKIEST CHINESE ZODIACS OF YEAR 2020

Every year we look forward in anticipation of what our Chinese zodiac signs predict for us. This year, we list the top 6 luckiest Chinese Zodiacs, and how we can change things for the better by combining Feng Shui and Chinese Zodiac knowledge.

Lucky #1 – Tiger

Year of Birth: 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010

Lucky Elements: Green potted plants or Wealth Trees, decorated with jade stones or coins

In year 2020, those born in the year of the Tiger seem to have plenty of lick in education and study paths, though Tigers are advised to be more careful with their health and career-wise. Yet like Dragons and Rabbits, Tigers are prone to financial and relational success, thus it is advisable for them to fructify all occurring opportunities. On the other hand, risks are not recommended, and it is better to not bet everything on a single card.

Lucky #2 – Snake

Year of Birth: 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013

Lucky Elements: Stones and crystals such as hematite, tourmaline, malachite, jasper and carnelian.

Year 2020 will be a profitable and successful year for Snakes. Family disputes and conflicts will be considerably reduced. Long term projects that they have been putting a lot of effort into, will not only start bearing material benefits, but also inner happiness.

Lucky #3 – Rat

Year of Birth: 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020

Lucky Elements: Jewellery made of stones and crystals (preferably jade) or Feng Shui symbols such is Pi Yao, Dzi beads, double happiness. Amulets with the Rat sign

For Rats, this year will be beneficial and productive, they will often get invited to parties and weddings – organising their own wedding is also a big possibility for Rat couples. In business or career-wise, luck will be on their side, as this year is a favourable one for implementing and finalising all projects. However, Rats are advised to not overburden themselves with work and take some time off to relax, especially with family.

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