Chinese horoscope 2023 - Year of Rabbit, 12 Animals Forecast

Chinese zodiac 2023 - Accurate predictions for the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig
By KarmaWeather - 26 April 2022
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Chinese horoscope for 2023, the Year of the Water Rabbit, from Lunar New Year

2022 annual forecast for the 12 zodiac signs of Chinese astrology

What is the date of Lunar New Year 2023?

The 2023 Chinese New Year's day is January 22, 2023. According to the Chinese horoscope 2023, the Rabbit is the governing zodiac animal sign from Lunar New Year 2023's day and during the entire Chinese lunar year, which ends on February 9, 2024. The Water element in its Yin form is the main source of energy in the Chinese calendar throughout 2023.

The Year of the Water Rabbit 2023 follows the Year of the Water Tiger 2022. Following a hectic and energetic year, the 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs can take advantage of a more restful time to take stock of their life goals.

The Year of the Water Rabbit 2023

According to the Chinese horoscope 2023, following an eventful and regenerating period dominated by the Tiger, the advent of the Year of the Water Rabbit 2023 is a harbinger of gentleness and serenity. Since it is a sober year with an indolent rhythm that begins, rest, truce and intellectual challenges become the main dynamics of this Chinese New Year 2023 ruled by the Rabbit. So, both individually and collectively, it's time to heal wounds, reacquire inner balance and make plans for the future. It is important to be careful to show tolerance in the face of possible affronts that one may suffer while remaining lucid and alert in the face of his own sudden desires. In 2023, those who wish to climb the social ladder thanks to the recognition of their value will necessarily have to know how to master the cogs of rhetoric and human psychology, in order to see their existential aspirations come true.

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Chinese year 2023: Year of spiritual debt settlement

The Chinese horoscope 2023 is closely associated with predictions specific to the Years of the Rabbit, which are usually periods of observation and introspection. Thus, the Year of the Rabbit 2023 reveals to everyone the most favorable times to find the most appropriate answers to our personal quest for evolution. However, in the event of too intense questioning or a dead-end spiritual journey, the Chinese year 2023 can favor a regrettable relaxation of personal resolutions undertaken until then. After remembering a painful event, bad habits can even resurface. For the 12 zodiac signs of Chinese astrology in 2023, there is a real risk that repressed problems will reappear unexpectedly, which, despite the pain caused, will fortunately give the opportunity to resolve them once and for all. It is therefore advisable to be wary of any excess of imagination and not to indulge in melancholy alone. Also be careful not to let yourself be influenced by incomplete information or by a defeatist personal opinion, which could lead to a loss of precious time in critical situations. Too much emotivity should also alert you to a possible underlying depression and raise the question of possible outside help (family, psychologist). It is once this course has been passed that the transformation initiated will be able to give results favorable to individual development, in accordance with clarified life objectives.

Is 2023 a lucky year?

The 4 most fortunate Chinese zodiac signs in 2023: According to the Chinese Zodiac, 2023 is more of a lucky year for the men and women born during the Year of the Rabbit, the Year of the Goat, the Year of the Pig (Boar) and the Year of the Rat.

Water Rabbit: Influence of the animal of the year 2023 on the 12 the Chinese zodiac signs

According to Chinese horoscope, the Water Rabbit holds the role of 2023 animal of the year. In Chinese astrology, it is often said that going through a year ruled by your own zodiac sign can prove to be just as stupendous as it is disastrous for yourself. However, the Rabbit escapes this rule somewhat. In addition, the strong presence of the Wood element in 2023 should be more than enough to comfort the Rabbit, thus protected by the energy of birth and expansive creativity. In this specific case, which concerns the Wood element with a Yin polarity (or energy), the Chinese zodiac signs of the Goat and the Pig can expect the same degree of protection and luck in terms of the projection they have of their own future. However, it will be necessary to ensure that this annual energy support does not cause a possible state of recklessness, materialized by drowsiness filled with cozy and reassuring dreams of an extraordinary hypothetical future.

  • The Tiger and the Rabbit in 2023

    This risk of procrastination is quite pronounced for Chinese zodiac signs whose birth energy chart contains the element Wood. This is why they are advised to always keep in mind that no tangible result can arise without prior preparation and real action. To see their desires come true and derive maximum benefit from the Chinese year 2023, the Rabbit, the Tiger and the other zodiacal animals which are to a lesser extent supported by the Wood element, must work in a rhythmic and secure manner, without ever skipping a stage, at the risk of an unexpected turn back. This concerns in particular the Dragon and the Pig. In general, these tips also apply to all animal signs of Chinese astrology.

  • The Snake and the Horse in 2023

    Likewise, the Chinese zodiac signs governed by the Fire element, such as the Snake and the Horse, must show restraint in 2023, especially if they have the impression that external events tend to reduce their enthusiasm. Allowing the frustration to gain in the face of nonchalance and lack of will can only lead to an unfortunate loss of self-confidence.

  • The Ox, the Dragon, the Goat and the Dog in 2023

    In 2023, the Chinese zodiac signs dominated by the Earth element and which have no particular affinity with the Rabbit, such as the Ox the Dragon, can for their part enter a mini cycle of flight from the realities that disturb them, this which can lead them to suffer degradation of their social relations. Finally, even if luck and good humor remain within reach of the Tiger, the Dog and the Goat in 2023, they too, like the Snake and the Horse, will have to reduce their expectations vis-à-vis their new knowledge so as not to be disappointed or hurt emotionally in the event of a difference of opinion.

  • The Rooster and the Monkey in 2023

    According to the Chinese horoscope 2023, the zodiac signs linked to the element Metal are likely to be further disturbed by the weakness of the sense of fairness and the right decision that emanate from the annual dynamic expressed by the Chinese animal 2023, the Water Rabbit. This particular aspect of the annual energies can help to distort judgmental capacities and lead astray those who usually put probity on a pedestal. On a personal level, however, it is necessary to always be in accordance with the law and not get lost in the meanders of easy promises. In 2023, the Rooster and the Monkey are careful not to give too much credit to questionable proposals which could, in the long term, compromise their existential balance.

  • The Rat and the Pig in 2023

    Finally, let us note that the Chinese zodiac signs which are ruled by Water are particularly favored in 2023. The Rat in particular, but also the Pig, find during the Chinese year 2023 multiple opportunities for entertainment, during major family and friendly celebrations. In 2023, thanks to the communicative force of Water, the Rat is also able to consolidate his professional network and do good business allowing him to meet his materialistic needs (for example, during flea markets and sales to auction).

Yin Water: Chinese element of 2023

The Chinese horoscope 2023 honors Yin Water, the main annual element of the year. In Chinese astrology, the element Water in its Yin form represents sensitivity, dedication, instinctive knowledge and lucidity. Yin Water creates in those who have it in their astral birth chart a taste for the search for multiple variants of occult or mysterious phenomena. In itself, Yin Water is the symbol of internalization and assimilation of past trials; intuitive awakening. The strong presence of this element in 2023 offers the opportunity to refine one's consciousness and lay the foundations for inner peace. With the help of a work of introspection and spiritual meditation, Yin Water allows the hatching of the works of the spirit, just as it allows new ideas to acquire wisdom and elevation.

However, when it is in its negative form or when it finds itself in a situation of confrontation with another element, Yin Water can generate an impurity of feelings, a melancholy fed anxiety, hypocrisy in social relations, or even mark the emergence of an uninhibited condescension towards the weakest. In a more noticeable way, this negativity can also give rise to a psychological feverishness in the vexing situations, which can result in an escape from realities or the choice of the easiest way, even if it means abandoning some moral principles in passing.

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