The Year of the Rabbit brings a year of calm, providing welcomed relief after the turbulence of the ferocious Year of the Tiger. It’s a year for diplomacy, with a spotlight on international relations and politics.
It’s also a year of increased luck and pleasant outcomes. Expect a year of laxer rules and regulations. Money can be easier to make, and our lifestyles will be more relaxed, allowing for some luxuries. The Year of the Rabbit will bring a slower, less hurried pace.
The Rabbit is the luckiest sign of the Chinese Zodiac and a marker of longevity.
The Rabbit symbolizes mercy, elegance, and likeability. The Rabbit is a graceful, soft-spoken, well-mannered and beauty conscious individual who shuns conflict. He tends to be a very private person who prefers to work behind the scenes rather than lead.
Rabbits are shrewd negotiators always striving for the best bargain, and they are extremely lucky in business and monetary transactions. They tend to put their money into valuable possessions rather than invest in the stock market.
Rabbits are strong-willed and narcissistic, with a love of material comforts. Rabbits make good listeners, but passive advisors. You can’t count on the Rabbit to do battle with you or for you; Rabbits are not fighters. Their main objective is self-preservation. Relationships Sheep – best match: They have the same good taste and love of creature comforts. Dog and Pig are a close second, as well as other Rabbits. Rat, Dragon, Monkey, Ox, and Snake enjoy reasonably good relationships with Rabbits. The absolute worst is the critical Rooster, with the aggressive Tiger and the inconsistent Horse following close behind.