In a Chinese year that reintroduces movement (2019), it is no longer necessary to row, push and pull to move forward. When the current returns or the wind picks up, it’s time to relax a bit, to ease the grip and to welcome the renewal of forces. Going fast, fidgeting or asking too many questions does not make sense. Accepting the push does.
In 2018 the danger was inertia. In 2020, the risk will be acceleration and overflow.
In June 2019 (Metal Horse), take the time to test the brakes, set your marks and adjust course. Use the oars to negotiate change and keep a good pace. Your pace.