Posted by | Posted in Chinese New Year | Posted on 30-01-2011
This year, Chinese New Year falls on February 3rd, 2011.
We welcome The Year of The Rabbit and the end of The Year of The Tiger!!
Tiger years can be turbulent with many people experiencing adversities, while Rabbit years are gentler and generally more productive. This year may find us experiencing more HARMONY in our lives. Good for all of us!
This year it may be possible for us to be happier and more carefree! But we must watch out that we don’t become over indulgent. The influence of Rabbit years tends to spoil those of us who like too much comfort, so it’s important to recognize and keep true to our sense of duty.
This year, money can be made easier than in Tiger years. You might feel a loosening of those purse strings allowing yourself a few of those luxuries that you have been yearning for!
To those born in the Year of The Rabbit, you are considered to be one of the luckiest and most fortunate of all the animal signs.
Your sign symbolizes a person who is gracious and kind and often with impeccably good manners!
A Rabbit individual may appear indifferent to the opinions of others, but privately, he/she can wither under criticism.
A Rabbit child is often sweet, sensitive and even-tempered. A Rabbit child may often suffer from sleep difficulties.
This is a very powerful time for achieving Good Feng Shui!
- 29 January 1903 – 15 February 1904: Water Rabbit
- 14 February 1915 – 2 February 1916: Wood Rabbit
- 2 February 1927 – 22 January 1928: Fire Rabbit
- 19 February 1939 – 7 February 1940: Earth Rabbit
- 6 February 1951 – 26 January 1952: Metal Rabbit
- 25 January 1963 – 12 February 1964: Water Rabbit
- 11 February 1975 – 30 January 1976: Wood Rabbit
- 29 January 1987 – 16 February 1988: Fire Rabbit
- 16 February 1999 – 4 February 2000 Earth Rabbit
- 3 February 2011 – 22 January 2012: Metal Rabbit
- 2023 – 2024: Water Rabbit
- 2035 – 2036: Wood Rabbit
- 2047 – 2048: Fire Rabbit
I wish you all a Healthy and Abundant New Year!
Gung Hay Fat Choy!
Elaine Giftos Wright is a certified Feng Shui practitioner, instructor, speaker and author.
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