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Why You Should Choose Purple for Chinese New Year 2017

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  • 2017

Those looking for love or romance might do very well in the coming Chinese New Year which will bring in the Year of the Fire Rooster. It’s also known as Peach Blossom year and is associated with romance and love.

Chinese New Year 2017

You probably associate the color red with China and the Chinese New Year. People celebrating the Chinese New Year traditionally wear red clothing and decorate their homes with red. It’s considered an auspicious color.

Chinese New Year 2017

But feng shui masters advise you to choose purple this year. This doesn’t mean to avoid red, but rather to add purple. You may already have some red decorative objects in your home.

Now feng shui experts suggest adding purple objects around your home and wearing purple clothing. They claim that purple attracts luck, fame, and wealth.

Chinese New Year 2017

 

It seems that purple has many positive associations. For example, it represents perfect harmony because it is a mixture of red and blue.

Red symbolizes strength, boldness, and of course, the fire element.

Blue, on the other hand, represents peace and calmness.

When the two come together, the result is complete congruity.

Chinese New Year 2017

If your Chinese zodiac is Dragon, Horse, or Rat, this Peach Blossom year can bring you special luck. So, if you’re tired of being single, this is the year to put forth a major effort to find a love relationship.

But for those of you Dragons, Horses, or Rats who are already in a relationship, don’t activate the Peach Blossom Luck or you might find your spouse being unfaithful.

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