2022 is the year of the Water Tiger, a year of all types of extremes.
According to Chinese astrology, each year corresponds to one of the twelve animals (Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig), a cycle that repeats every twelve months.
The Tiger’s essence is that of Nobility. In life and in love, the Tiger personifies grandness. Loyal, humanitarianism and fierce protection of those entrusted to their care, Tigers will rule the jungle in 2022.
The Tiger is in third place in the Chinese Zodiac, and it is known as a landmark for the other signs, encompassing all the traits of a leader. They are logical, determined, and successful in helping others function optimally.
Each of us will go through significant changes: some will lose huge fortunes, others will gain power.
In 2022, the people with strong self-confidence that easily overcome their fear zone and naturally take risks will only have to gain.
The year of the Tiger 2022 is under the influence of the water element, which means that it will be a year in which we must make all kinds of changes in our lives.
At the same time, the Water element represents wealth, so the new Chinese year will definitely bring abundance and prosperity. Water amplifies the vital force, health, and essence of the Tiger’s spirit.
The Water Tiger is discreet and does not want to stand out, but it will always trust its instincts.
2022 will be a year favoring action, and courageous movement. Change will be the keyword this year. All signs will feel the restlessness of the Tigers influence motivating changes in many key areas of life. Many may pick up and change residence or jobs or both (possibly more than once.)
The Water element symbolizes clear thinking, sincerity, and accuracy. For greatest success, learn to compromise with those who are in a position to help you.
Tiger years are a time of commotion, uproar, and bold new moves. An unusually charismatic influence, more action-oriented, and more impulsive is active. Takeovers, marches, and empowered forces will finally make their move. In all endeavors ask yourself the question,
“Is this a rash decision?”