This is how the Year of the Rabbit begins

This is how the Year of the Rabbit begins,

A powerful surge of energy greets the Chinese New Year, also known as the Year of the Rabbit. The Chinese calendar will begin on January 22, 2023, according to some publications that use China’s time zone as a guide.

Chinese New Year 2023: Powerful energy boost from the planets

This Chinese New Year is getting off to a strong start, as several planets that were in retrograde phase begin to advance and turn direct just before the start of the annual Rabbit cycle. Another star also begins to advance shortly after the start of the Chinese year.

This indicates that there will be no retrograde planets at the beginning of the Year of the Rabbit; there will be a strong tendency to move forward in this new beginning.

New Moon in Aquarius

The New Moon in Aquarius at the beginning of the Chinese calendar year is significant because Pluto will pass almost exactly through this sign, giving the new annual cycle a unique and transformative influence.

Mars, the planet of action, will already be moving forward when the Year of the Rabbit begins; it stopped retrograding on January 12 last year and is now giving us its strength and impetus to begin the new things that await us.

Similarly, Mercury, the planet of thought and communication, will move forward again on Wednesday, January 18, giving the human collective the impetus and mobility to realize all that we have imagined in our minds.

Uranus, the planet that rules Aquarius, the sign in which this new cycle is born, will begin to move forward one day after the start of the Chinese year, after several months of retrograde motion. The impulse of Uranus will promote avant-garde and novel ideas, as well as the desire for renewal and change.

How to take advantage of the Year of the Rabbit element: Water and Lucky Energies.

The element of the Year of the Rabbit is water, which represents both our emotional strength and the power of the subconscious. This water will be very turbulent and will have large waves, so we will have to work to control it to produce positive results.

However, the auspicious energies generated by the Chinese sign of the Rabbit should be embraced with caution and foresight. It is a good year to work on developing our talents and personal growth.

With information from Pedro González Silva for the Zodiacal Thermometer.

Chinese New Year 2023

Will be exciting as it marks the Year of the Water Rabbit. Chinese New Year is the most important holiday of the year for the Chinese and is a time for family and friends to gather and celebrate the start of a new year.

The Water Rabbit is the fourth of the twelve animals of the Chinese Zodiac. This animal is said to be gentle, kind and compassionate. It is also known for being creative and intelligent, so it is a good time to embrace new ideas and innovations.

It is a good time to focus on our relationships and make the most of the time we spend with family and friends.

This is related to the water element, which is associated with wisdom, intuition and emotional stability. It is a good time to reflect on our lives and how we can be better people and make a positive impact on the world.

Chinese New Year is a time for joy, celebration and reflection. It is a good time to think about how we can use the qualities of the Water Rabbit to make a positive difference. We need to focus on our relationships, think about how we can help others and take time for ourselves to relax and recharge our batteries.

The arrival of the Chinese New Year is a time of renewal and hope for a better future. It is a time to celebrate the beginning of a new year and the energy of the Water Rabbit. Let’s make the most of the opportunities before us and create a bright and prosperous future.