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Chinese Sign: Rabbit

Sign of the Rabbit

 
Chinese name: TU
Order: Fourth
Ruling hours: 5 a.m. - 7 a.m.
Direction of the Sign: Directly East
Season and Month: Spring - March
Western Sign: Pisces
Fixed Element: Wood
Root: Negative

THE RABBIT PERSONALITY:
Those born in the Year of the Rabbit have one of the luckiest signs. The Rabbit is the emblem of long life and it is said it derives from the Moon. When a Westerner looks at the Moon, he or she jokingly says it's made of cheese or will tell a child the story of the Man in the Moon. A Chinese person sees the Rabbit or Hare of the Moon next to a Rock, under a cassia tree, holding the elixir of immortality between its paws. During the Chinese celebrations half way through autumn (when it is said the Moon is at is most beautiful), Chinese children still carry paper lanterns in the shape of a Rabbit and climb the hills to look at the Rabbit of the Moon.

The Rabbit symbolizes grace, good manners, wise advice, kindness and love of aesthetics. Well spoken, gracious and elegant, he or she has all the qualities desirable in a diplomat or a politician. Those born under the sign will have a quiet, peaceful and congenial life. They are reserved, love Art and have great skills of judgment. Meticulous and erudite, they shine in the fields of the Law, politics and the government. Nevertheless, they are prone to mood swings and can sometimes appear to be distant and indifferent to others. The Rabbit is extremely lucky in business and financial transactions.

Astute in business deals, he or she knows how to turn a proposal or alternative to his or her advantage. Thanks to this acute sense of business and great negotiation skills, fast career progression is guaranteed. Although the Rabbit seems indifferent to the opinions of others, he or she suffers badly from criticism. The Rabbit's technique - "it's better to change than fight" - is a ruse and the Rabbit can be extremely crafty. So although the Rabbit is tender and gentle towards those he or she loves, superficiality and even ruthlessness is possible towards strangers.

The Chinese sign Rabbit according to its Element


Metal Rabbit
The Rabbit has unshakeable faith in his or her skills of observation and deduction. This sign knows how to take on responsibility and shows a great deal of spirit of initiative at work. He or she is astute but hides ambition in an intelligent manner. He or she is a connoisseur of art, music and other forms of beauty. Whatever career this sign does, he or she doesn't take long to stand out as he/she is a meticulous worker.


Water Rabbit
The Rabbit is a meditative character and hates being tormented by unpleasant things such as disapproval and arguments. This sign manages to grasp the thoughts and feelings of others. The Rabbit has an excellent memory and can transmit his or her ideas to others. The sign is positive with considerable leadership skills.


Wood Rabbit
The Rabbit has solid and authentic ambitions, feeling at ease in large companies and in institutions where he or she can climb the ladder of success with diplomacy. The Rabbit should distance him or herself from those who take advantage of his or her generous nature. This flexible sign can adapt to any situation.


Fire Rabbit
Natural, nonchalant, expansive and affectionate, the Rabbit loves having fun. Although fire gives him or her a stormy character, he or she manages to mask his or her emotions with grace and diplomacy. Others react positively to the Rabbit's ideas as he/she can express them very well. This sign is highly intuitive and sensitive to changes in the atmosphere.


Earth Rabbit
The Rabbit is precise and capable of calculated moves. He or she always reflects before giving in to emotive tendencies. His or her balanced and rational personality wins over superiors. The element Earth means the Rabbit is constant and not very indulgent. The sign's introverted character means he or she isolates himself/herself when hounded by problems. This sign must find harmony within before taking action.


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