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Home > Newsletters > January 2007 > The Year of the Pig - 2007

The Year of the Pig - 2007

By Dr. Maoshing Ni, L.Ac.

The Year of the Pig is symbolized by the elements of fire and water. These two energies are typically in conflict, thus making 2007 a year of continuing conflict, tension and strife. I expect there may be further global unrest, including revolts and regional wars. Despite the destructive tendencies, the water element does give rise to new beginnings and engenders movement, so there will be more opportunity for change and travel.

On the personal health front, watch out for fire related illnesses such as Anxiety, depression, panic disorders, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, eye problems, and sleep disorders. Watch out also for water related illnesses like kidney and bladder disease. It is important to be extra cautious when traveling as accidents are prone to occur.

I recommend hawthorn berries and apples for a healthy heart, celery juice and olive oil to maintain a normal blood pressure. Regular tai chi practice and meditation will help you remain calm and relaxed. The exercise tones up your cardiovascular system and the herbs strengthen your immune and kidney systems. If you do not know Tai Chi, next year is an excellent time to learn.

The illusive fire energy can cause overly optimistic expectations within the world financial markets, driving up stocks in the first half of the year leading to declines in the second half due to the instability of fire. Industries expected to do well in the Year of the Pig are commercial real estate, mining, healthcare, high tech and banking.

Even with global conflicts occupying our minds and weighing heavily on our hearts, 2007 has the potential to lay the seeds for a long and lasting peace.

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