In 2024, the Chinese Horoscope enters the Year of the Wood Dragon, a period of profound transformation. Ludovica Squirru, an expert in Eastern astrology, reveals the keys to this cycle, promising to be a watershed in history. With her keen insight, she analyzes how this year will not only impact individuals but will also mark a revolution in collective and social consciousness.
The Chinese Zodiac, based on a 12-year cycle, assigns an animal and its characteristics to each year. These signs mirror personality and fate. They include Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. Each animal holds unique traits, influencing life, love, and fortune.
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.
Now that it’s the Year of the Rabbit, we can all relax. The Year of the Rabbit is anticipated to bring about a more reflective, gentler time than the Year of the Tiger, which was viewed as a powerful time of action and, at times, impulse.
Each animal associated with your birth year is considered a lucky animal and will influence the direction of your life. The 12 animals have unique characteristics that can reveal the true nature within us and guide us on how best to approach life.
In 2023, the Water element, symbolizing endurance, serenity and wisdom, will be closely related to the Year of the Rabbit. For Chinese astrology, the Rabbit represents grace, kindness and wisdom.