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The Year of the Horse

To celebrate the Year of the Horse, the Metropolitan Museum is presenting a selection of exceptional works in Gallery 207 for a limited period.

Since its domestication in prehistoric times, the horse has played an essential role in Chinese life. During the Shang and Zhou dynasties (ca. 1600–256 B.C.) horse-drawn chariots were a sign of high social status and the premier weapon of war. By the fourth century B.C.,……………………

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Horse as a magic symbol

Tomorrow starts the New Year inChina. It’s the year of the horse.

In western countries the horse has a specific symbolic meaning. It stands for power and energy.

A horse is well grounded and helps to experience grounding, contact and trust in reality. You can rely on the horse when you really let go. Emotionally and energetically. This helps to experience reality around you, in relationship and in yourself.

The horse is very sensible and sensitive and remembers how you relate to it. If a horse becomes a friend then you’re really welcome and you have a good friend to rely on.

Insofar I wish you all to meet or to have a good horse. Of course I also wish you a wonderful Happy New Year.

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