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Chinese zodiac fortune predictions: What does the Year of the Rabbit hold?

 Rabbit: People born in the Year of the Rabbit will encounter a lot of "Ben Ming Nian" - in their zodiac year - in 2023. Followers believe that there will be more turmoil and instability in the coming year but what is the reason for that.

Chinese zodiac fortune predictions: What does the Year of the Rabbit hold?

say goodbye to the tiger; It's time to launch into the Year of the Rabbit.
For many people, it is Lunar New Year, which falls on January 22 this year, is a time to consult with the stars to find out what awaits us in the coming months.
Most people know the basics: a cycle is represented Chinese zodiac calendar For 12 years with 12 different animals - the signs of the Chinese zodiac. Your zodiac animal is determined by your year of birth.

Chinese zodiac fortune predictions: What does the Year of the Rabbit hold?

Did you know that in China the year is not only classified according to its animal. There is also a complex sexual cycle consisting of 10 heavenly constellations and 12 earthly branches.

Heavenly constellations and earthly branches

Each year, a heavenly sign (one of the five elements, which falls into the category of yin or yang) is paired with an earthly branch (one of the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac).
Gui Mao is the fortieth element of the Chinese gender cycle - the heavenly stem "Gui" represents water, while the earthly branch "Mao" represents the rabbit. This makes 2023 the year of the Water Rabbit.

“The year of the Gui Mao Rabbit is a very special year—when all the elements in the year are yin,” says Thierry Chu, a Hong Kong sandbox consultant known for blending traditional Chinese sandstone with modern design elements.
"It is also very unusual to have a combination of water and rabbit. Rabbit represents wood. Water nourishes wood (according to Chinese view)."
She says industries in which wood is their main component — such as culture, publishing, agriculture and furniture — will benefit. On the other hand, fire industries, including digital and technology businesses, may suffer because fire fears water.
"The year of the Water Rabbit is going to be a nice year. We'll have time to take a break. We've been in the tunnel for the past few years, and the light is getting bigger now," says Zhao.

We're taking a look at what the Chinese Lunar New Year is

How Jupiter Elder Rules Your Luck
Followers believe that for each Chinese zodiac sign, luck will largely depend on the positions of the Tai Sui - star deities that are believed to rotate parallel to the opposite direction of Jupiter.
To calculate how each person will be affected in a given year, a Chinese geoengineering consultant will look at a person's birth chart, which is made up of a wide range of elements — such as the day and time of their birth — to see how this plays out. You need to know how it interacts with the elements of the year.
These combinations play an important role for those who follow them, helping them make huge life decisions for the coming year, such as whether they should get married or start a business.
Different geoscience professors may interpret the data differently. However, there is a general consensus on what the year means for each zodiac animal based on the positions of the stars, particularly the Tai Sui.

A popular dish in China, long-lived noodles may be thick or thin, flat or crunchy—but they are always long. In Hong Kong, where fried e-fu noodles are the main feature, a factory has increased production by 30% to meet demand in the Lunar New Year.
If your zodiac sign clashes with the Tai Sui — also known as the Grand Duke of Jupiter — in a given year, experts say you may find yourself dealing with turmoil.
For those who may be struggling with Tai Sui this year, Chow says they should remember that the calendar is a continuous, permanent, non-stop cycle.
Zhao says the game of constellations is like playing musical chairs — whoever sits down gets a tai sui. You will change your position in the next round.”
To learn more, one can go to a Chinese temple and offer offerings to Tai Sui.
"Even if you don't believe in it 100%, I feel it gives you a good start to the year psychologically," says Zhao. "When things happen along the way, you'll remember that you did, and it will give you a little relief."
Now, it's time to select.
To determine what the Year of the Rabbit could mean for you, find your birth year and the corresponding animal in the gallery above before reading the chow predictions below.

In the Hong Kong Palace Museum, an exhibition of treasures from the Qing Dynasty shows how the Qianlong Emperor celebrated the Lunar New Year.
People born in the Year of the Rabbit will encounter Bin Ming Nian - their zodiac year - in 2023. Followers believe that there will be more turmoil and instability in the coming year as a result.
"People born in the year of the Rabbit should expect big changes in terms of health, career, and relationships. It can be a bit nerve-wracking, especially for those whose birth charts don't favor water," says Chow.
"But remember, it's never bad. It could mean an opportunity for growth."
Rabbits should try to attract positive energy and join in happy events when possible.
They must also travel to destinations to the south - it doesn't matter if those southern destinations are within their city or outside their country - says Zhao.

The Dragon and the Chinese Zodiac 

It's set to be a good year for the Dragons. And don't worry — there are no unlucky stars affecting their year.
"There are no outstanding concerns, except perhaps health for those born in the summer and fall. They can easily feel stressed," says Zhao.
But the sand expert urges Dragons not to make rash decisions at work.
"It doesn't mean overthinking. Just think longer before you make a decision," says Zhao.
Single Dragons can meet potential romantic partners this year. Their lucky colors are metallic, such as gold or silver.
As for travel, head west for better fortunes, says Zhao.


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