I like that we have many New Years to celebrate in the yearly calendar. January 1st isn’t the only time for intention and goal setting. Chinese New year is an excellent time to do so, Chinese new year is always happening on the first New Moon of the year. We also have an astrological new year at Spring Equinox, around the 21st of March. In Celtic traditions, Samhain, which is known as the all – hollow, Halloween, was marking a New Year as well.
So as you see, we have plenty of opportunities during the year to set new goals, and look at the ones we have achieved, or need to revise.
On the 22nd of January, we have the Chinese New Year. This is a year of Water Rabbit. Think success and lucky breaks in partnerships of all forms. Business partnerships might be blooming, lovers might get married, and couples might welcome offspring.
Although rabbit is not the strongest animal, its charm and speed attract money, fertility, lovers, and success.
The Water element will enhance our psychic ability, diplomacy, and negotiation skills. Expect major shifts in politics. The answer to war isn’t peace. It’s creativity.
1903 – flight by the Wright Brothers. In 1963, in civil rights in the US, JFK was assassinated and Martin Luther King gave his famous speech.
Think back to your dreams in 2011, the last time we were under the influence of a Rabbit year because 2023 is the year to bring these to life.
What else you need to know:
Go swimming, have baths and floats, move to the ocean and use water in healing rituals.
Look deeper at your diet. Contrary to popular belief, Rabbits get sick from eating too many carrots.
Meditate, especially in a group.
2023 is the time to become a highly-paid specialist, so hit the books and grow.
Embrace life’s ‘wobbles’ and be brave in imperfection, as all the great visionaries are!
Happy new year