If you haven’t already noticed the lighter and more optimistic feel of the Goat Year, you will as this year unfolds. The Chinese New Year officially begins February 19, a day after a powerful new moon that’s one of six super moons of 2015. This combination sets the stage for powerful shifts in consciousness and breakthroughs on a personal level.
What’s New for Goat Year
The 2014 Horse Year had fast-moving energies and much more fire energy than some earlier years.
Last year’s focus had a lot to do with movement, journeys into new territory, and an intense desire to be free of past limitations. Some of this continues in the Goat Year, but with a different underlying energy. Continue reading