Invitation to Metal Ox Year Zoom event

Metal Ox Talisman in the making

I will be hosting a virtual Chinese New Years Celebration of a different kind this year. Below is the invitation, time and details.

Ox Caligraphy as drawn by the author. Each animal is represented in this Chinese script in each years talisman.

Click on this link for the Zoom Invitation and how to register. Its a free event, but you have to get a zoom account which is also free, plus its quick and easy!

I have been hosting Chinese, Lunar or Asian New year’s celebrations and writing an annual report for over 15 years. Each year is uniquely different and 2021 is no exception.

From house events, to halls and public places, my goal in sharing the is to allow you to open up to an event and holiday that a huge population on this planet celebrates. And its not just one day! It is a two week event; from the New Moon to the full moon. The date changes annually according to the lunar phases. Thus the term ‘Lunar’ New Year which occurs on the second New Moon after the Solstice.

Falling between late January and late February, this year it occurs a week before the first day of spring on 4th February. This date coincides with the first day of the month of the Tiger; the same date annually. It is quite often close to when we celebrate Valentines and in 2021 only one day between them.

All of my celebrations have been memorable due to you, the ones who show up. Whether that be at a beach bar in Costa Rica for a fun party or a sacred Puja in Bali. It is the intention and space we hold together that brings the magic of renewal.

I hope you can join me but if you cannot, know that I will offer a Follow- up presentation on FEBRUARY 26th, which is the culmination of the 2 week celebratory period; New moon to Full Moon. This presentation will be in the evening for those of you who cannot attend the 11:00 AM PST presentation on the 12th.

The full predictions will be posted just prior to the presentation on the 12 so you can reference it immediately and directly.

Gung Hay Fat Choy and Many Auspicious blessings for 2021, Charlyne