People born in the Year of the Rabbit usually have soft and tender personality traits.
The Detached Rabbit (Mao)— the "Artful Dodger"
The Years of the Rabbit include 1951,1963,1975,1987,1999,2011,2023,2035
The fourth position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Rabbit, is one of good judgment and refined creativity. Those souls born into Rabbit years learn the lesson of “detachment”—the ability to separate and to alternate between sociability and retreat. The Rabbit soul has a need for comfort and privacy, and requires freedom from disturbance and disorder.
The Rabbit is wild by nature, difficult to domesticate, and resists being pinned down. In Chinese folklore it is said that the Rabbit will always have three exits to its burrow, allowing escape at will. This sensitive sign is fine-tuned to feelings and auditory sounds, and has its paw on the pulse of life. This offers the Rabbit exceptional insight into creative and detailed work. A Rabbit prefers to keep their own counsel, listen only to their inner intuition, and rarely acts on unsolicited advice.
Rabbits side-step disruption artfully due to their even tempers and calm nature. When a Rabbit needs personal space they may vanish, reappearing when rested and when personal composure has been restored. Rabbits have a remarkable ability to heal from psychological as well as physical wounds.
Both cautious and conservative, aloof yet charming, the Rabbit is a kind and helpful friend. The virtuous Rabbit possesses a highly developed sense of justice and fairness. This makes them much sought after for their mediation skills and diplomacy. The favorable time of day for the Rabbit is between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m., just as the sun is rising and when the yin power peaks. These are the rejuvenation hours of refuge and sanctuary.How to Find out My Chinese Zodiac?
User can use the zodiac calculator to search for his /her Chinese zodiac animal sign. Select your Gregorian date of birth, and you'll reveal your date of birth according to the lunar calendar, together with your sign.
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