Chinese New Year 2022 for the Year of the Tiger starts on February 1 (at sun down of the night before).
However, the energy of the house will change on February 5, which is considered the official end of Winter and Beginning of Spring.
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Here are my key tips on how to prepare your house and yourself to receive the prosperous vibrancy of this New Year:
This is the time for some big celebrations – ideally 10 days – during which cook plenty, spend time with family and give plenty of gifts to children (specially red envelops with cash in it – one or two bucks will suffice). The idea is that the Universe has just “open the fosset” of the brand new, fresh and vibrant Qi for the year and so we should store up with it as much as we can. Big dinner bashes with plenty of leftover in the refrigerators to be eaten up the following days are an example of it.
Also, these big celebrations have the dual effect of storing up good Qi for the year ahead, to prevent or buffer from the adverse effcts of any bad luck that maybe coming in the near future. So, given these days and ages, go have a good time!
But first, one needs to make space to receive all these plenty and this is how: