1-29-14-Dr. Hildy®, Dr. KIK – Chinese Wood Horse New Year; Hollywood Hoofbeats
JANUARY 30, 2014 – FEBRUARY 18, 2015
Chinese Year 4712- Year of the Yang WOOD Horse
Horse is: inherently yang fire and the most yang of all
12 animals in the Chinese calendar;
High point of rising yang each day and each year and one year every twelve~
Yang WOOD fuels moving yang, sometimes voluminously or rapidly.
Even as yang is peaking, its demise is therein contained.
With this year the light of 12 years reaches its brightest,
and for the next six years, the light is in retreat.
Therefore, this year, make hay while the sun shines!
Governs – due south, summer, especially the summer solstice, 11am-1pm
Bridges-from before to after.
This mirrors actual horse sight, which pivots behind & ahead.
Empowers-VISION and MAKING KNOWN.
Featured colors & shapes are red triangles and green cylinders
Family relations highlighted are parent/child in general, father and daughter in particular.
~ Dr. Kik ~
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)
CLICK Here to Listen to the full 2-hour show:
HOUR 1 AUDIO – Dr. Kik – HAPPY Chinese New Year of the Wooden Horse
HOUR 2 AUDIO – Dr. Hildy and Veronica Hendricks – HOLLYWOOD HOOFBEATS
“A horse is a horse, of course, of course, and no one can talk to a horse of course…” Like the famous refrain from Mr. Ed says, no one can talk to a horse, but imagine if we could. What would it tell us? Unlike the famous television equine, most horses cannot talk, but their importance in our culture is undeniable. From transportation to companionship, the horse has been an important part of human development for thousands of years. And 2014 will be no exception.
This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, in the first hour of the show, Dr. Hildy will
welcome returning guest Dr. Kathleen I. Kimball – better known as Dr. KIK, Feng Shui geomancer and expert in world art – for a discussion on 2014’s role in the Chinese Zodiac as the Year of the Wood Horse.
Like the famed legend of the Trojan Horse, 2014 will be full of surprises as it is regarded as a year of quick victories, unexpected adventures, and surprising romances. Those born in the Year of the Horse are complicated individuals according to the Chinese Zodiac; due to the seemingly contradictory nature of the personality traits of this sign, Horse people can be endearing and at the same time infuriating.
The Wood Horse is fortunate, though, in that this “wood” element balances the best and the worst characteristics of Horse people. The element of wood makes them more stable so that they are less capricious and less prone to emotionality than their other Horse counterparts.
In the 2nd hour of the show, Dr. Hildy will lead a discussion on the role of the horse in cinema. Since its inception, movies have provided some of their most thrilling moments on horseback, and provided moviegoers with some of the more memorable animal characters in history. From Eadward Muybridge’s famed 1882 “film” The Horse In Motion, the equine has been an important part of film. Who could imagine the numerous Westerns made in the early talkie era without the thousands of horses that had to be trained and rode for take after take? The horse has been portrayed as a creature of great majesty, such as in Black Beauty and even Jarhead, to a complicated object of greed as a racehorse in Secretariat and Seabiscuit. Not to mention a trusted friend, such as Roy Rogers’ Trigger and Woody’s horse Bullseye in the Toy Story movies.
Join Dr. Hildy and her guest this week as they discuss all things horse on One Cell, One Light Radio!
The Year Of The Wood Horse – .pdf
From Dr. Kik – New for 2014! Announcing …
Free downloadable, PDF workbooks. Each month we offer the free pages for a different one of the 12 lunar zodiac animals. Return to this page each month to collect them all for a complete 60 year cycle book!
60 Year PDFs
OneCellOneLightRadio previous shows with Dr. Kik:
2/13/13 – Dr. Hildy® Welcomes Dr. KIK, Chinese New Year of the Water Snake and Mikael King – Divine Joy | One Cell One Light™ Radio https://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/2927dr-hildy-dr-kik-mikael-king/
2/01/12: Happy Chinese New Year of the Dragon! with Dr. KIK https://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2012/01/25/20112-happy-chinese-new-year-of-the-dragon/
CHINESE MYTHOLOGY – THE HORSE
Horses are an important motif in Chinese mythology. There are many myths about the horse or horses, or horse-like beings, including the pony. One of the main characters in the classic novel Journey to the West mostly appears in the form of a white horse, but is really a converted dragon, Yulong, the third son of the Dragon King (Ao run, of the West Sea); in order to redeem himself from his past unfilial sins, Boddhisatva Guan Yin gracefully allows him to serve as a mount for the monk Xuanzang during his mission to fetch scriptures form “the West” with the Monkey King (Sun Wukong) as a supervisor of the celestial stables.
The spirit of the horse is recognized to be the Chinese people’s ethos – making unremitting efforts to improve themselves. It is energetic, bright, warm-hearted, intelligent and able. Ancient people liked to designate an able person as ‘Qianli Ma’, a horse that covers a thousand li a day (one li equals 500 meters).
People born in the year of the horse have ingenious communicating techniques and in their community they always want to be in the limelight. They are clever, kind to others, and like to join in a venture career. Although they sometimes talk too much, they are cheerful, perceptive, talented, earthy but stubborn. They like entertainment and large crowds. They are popular among friends, active at work and refuse to be reconciled to failure, although their endeavor cannot last indefinitely.
They cannot bear too much constraint. However their interest may be only superficial and lacking real substance. They are usually impatient and hot blooded about everything other than their daily work. They are independent and rarely listen to advice. Failure may result in pessimism. They usually have strong endurance but with bad temper. Flamboyant by nature, they are wasteful since they are not good with matters of finance due to a lack of budgetary efficiency. Some of those who are born in the horse like to move in glamorous circles while pursuing high profile careers. They tend to interfere in many things and frequently fail to finish projects of their own.
Horoscope and Numerology Elements for the Horse
Earthly Branch of Birth Year: wu
Wu Xing (The Five Elements): huo (fire)
Yin Yang: yang
Auspicious Directions: northeast, southwest and northwest
Lucky Colors: brown, yellow, purple; Avoid: blue, white, golden
Lucky Numbers: 2, 3, 7; Avoid 1, 6, 5
Lucky Flowers: calla lily, jasmine, marigold
Zodiac Sign Compatibility – Best match: tiger, sheep, dog; Avoid: rat, ox, rabbit
FONDLY REMEMBERING: SilverScreenHorsesandtheirSingingCowboys .pdf
A champion trick rider and stunt woman Donna Hall is quoted in the book as saying:
“They ought to build a monument to the picture horse.”
2nd Hour – Hollywood Hoofbeats: Trails Blazed Across the Silver Screen
By Petrine Day Mitchum with Audrey Pavia, Bowtie Press, Irvine, CA © 2005
A champion trick rider and stunt woman Donna Hall is quoted in the book as saying: “They ought to build a monument to the (movie) picture horse.”
Guest – Veronica Hendricks, Film director and producer
Many of us grew up watching TV and going to the movies. All of us loved seeing our favorite actor or actress riding their beautiful horses through the silver screen. Today’s second hour will be dedicated to the horses that were not only actors themselves, but the famed stunt horse. And know that some of these movie stars did not even know how to ride their precious steed.
Since the birth of the cinema, the movie hors has enjoyed a long canter in the limelight from the first movie documenting the walk of a horse on film to the famous talking horse of TV-land – Mr. Ed. Some of the actors’ horses became just as famous as their famous actor riders. And of course we cannot forget the famous RACE Horses such as Man O War, Sea Biscuit and Secretariat.