Roosters, born in 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005 and 2017 after the Chinese New Year, have a really lucky year ahead (minus the potential issues surrounding losses and health). Wealth and career are thriving this year, but it’s not the best time to look for love. Express.co.uk chatted to Marites Allen, Celebrity Feng Shui and Chinese Zodiac Expert (@maritesallen on Instagram) to find out what the rooster horoscope is for 2022.
This overall forecast is valid for this year 2022 (Year of the Water Tiger) starting from February 1, 2022, to January 21, 2023.
Despite threats of robbery, losses, or possible injuries, some favourable stars will be with you throughout the year, Rooster.
Marites said: “Just be careful of your karmic actions to ensure that manifestations will be in your favour.
“Prevent any negative influences with the Tai Sui plaque or anti-robbery amulets placed in the West. You may also wear similar talismans for your personal protection.”
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Roosters may be able to amass a good amount of money and opportunities in 2022, thankfully!
Marites explained: “There could be good income from businesses associated with buying and selling, real estate, and legal practice.
“Be aware, however, of an ominous star that may carry with it bad fortune.
“Therefore, if you are into business, you should take calculated risks. Otherwise, you may be a victim of unfavourable circumstances.”
Bad moods may lead to ill health and the emergence of serious health complications in 2022, rooster.
However, you can manage these bad moods with Marites’ advice and taking care of your mental health with therapy, meditation, doing activities that you enjoy, and changing up your diet and exercise regime.
Marites said: “Two inauspicious stars will move into your chart, whose combined energies could place you within the range of ill health, accident, and injuries.
“On the good side, auspicious stars will bring bright fortune for you in other aspects. This will help you counter potential health woes.”