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Feng Shui & Chinese Astrology
Meet Veronica Montinola
Master Feng Shui Consultant
Veronica Montinola is one of the few Master Consultants in the Chicago area and an authority in upgrading the energy in your environment. She has trained with master teachers in Southeast Asia and brings clarity to this often misunderstood ancient wisdom.
Chinese Astrology is healing. It is the vehicle that personalizes the energy of your home. Is your home supporting your goals and endeavors?
Classical Feng Shui is personalized to you.
MY TOOLS: Using the energy of your environment (home or office) as well as your Natal Chart allows me to guide you towards your purpose so you can create a conscious and fulfilling lifestyle.
We have abundant knowledge available to us. It is time to move from the KNOW to the HOW with personalized tools so you can succeed and prosper
The Chinese New Year
What to expect in 2023
Yin Water Rabbit
The Year of the Yin Water Rabbit is a year of transformation. It begins on February 4, 2023.
This is the last year of a cycle of energy that has been preparing us for change. It is good to be flexible in this Year of the Rabbit.
The Ox in 2023
The Ox is the second animal in the Chinese Zodiac. In 2023, anyone with the Ox in their Natal Chart needs to be fully aware of their options, as the year will not be as expansive as last.
The Grand Duke
The Rabbit is the fourth animal in the Chinese Zodiac. In 2023, the Rabbit is king, it is also known as the Grand Duke.
The Grand Duke of the year comes with power, authority and status. You are the boss. Therefore, know that all eyes are on you. What you say and do can be scrutinized by your competition.
Your Natal Chart holds the key to what 2023 will hold.
The Four Pillars of Destiny have much to share. You have four animals that affect your year. Which will dominate?
2023 is a Yin Year
The image of this years energy resembles dew over a plant. Yin water is the dew and the Rabbit represents the wood element and growth. Dew nurtures plants every morning. Daily dew is a Yin action that constitutes a foundational activity. Consistency is the key for 2023
If you'd like to get specific details about what 2023 has in-store for you, why not schedule a personal consultation with me?
We can discuss career, love, family, plan your next move...
This hour long strategic appointment can be held over Zoom or in person. Various forms of action may be necessary.
The Lunar New Year
The Lunar New Year is also known as the Chinese New Year and the Spring Festival. The New Year begins at the first new moon of the Year and ends on the first full moon of the calendar year. Spring Festival dates are based on the lunar cycle, and celebration dates vary yearly. Celebrations begin 2 weeks before the official year starts, this year on February 4.
The Goat is the eighth animal in the Chinese Zodiac.
In 2023, anyone with the Goat in their Natal Chart will have many great things coming their way, both positive and negative.
The Rooster is the tenth animal in the Chinese Zodiac. In 2022, the Rooster was one of the top 3. Not so in 2023. If you have a Rooster anywhere in your chart, get ready for changes.
The Goat in 2023
I put up an ad to sell my Jeep on a Remove Day, as Veronica suggested. I got so many offers that I sold it for $200 more than asking price the day after I took out the ad. Thank you, Veronica!
— Tanya Kutterer