Chinese New Year typically begins with the new moon that occurs between the end of January and the end of February, and it lasts about 15 days, until the full moon arrives.
The Chinese calendar is a complex timepiece. Its parameters were set according to the lunar phases as well as the solar solstices and equinoxes.
Yin and yang, the opposing but complementary principles that make up a harmonious world, also rule the calendar.
The Chinese calendar also includes the Chinese zodiac, the cycle of twelve stations or “signs” along the apparent path of the sun through the cosmos.
Traditionally, you go to a master to get your Feng Shui Chart done.
Clean your spaces open windows to clear and renew energy and rearrange energy that energizes prosperity, health, wealth, love and family luck for the year. Every year the energy shifts so check your chart.
Gather together to eat dishes that are bring good health, prosperity and luck for the new year.