The month of the Yin Earth Rabbit begins in a few days. This is a season when everything is in bloom and for many the first signs of Spring are emerging. The Yin Earth Rabbit month will require us all to tap into our internal wellspring of patience. That means we need to persevere, be tenacious, have compassion and mercy for both ourselves and others around us. Why?
First, this is the first month that we experience a penalty formation in the Year of the Rat. When the Rat and the Rabbit ‘see’ each other, it can create instability and uncivilized behaviors. You may experience communication challenges with people around you and we can certainly expect to witness this in the news and social media we consume as well.
Second, this is the Peach Blossom month for the Year of the Rat. The Peach Blossom month can bring increased visibility, attraction, and getting attention from others. If you want or need the interest of others for your business or personal life, the arrival of this energy is helpful! But if you prefer to keep to yourself and stay under the radar, this could be a challenging month for you.
The Yin Earth Rabbit month has a flying star formation that is the same as the annual flying star formation. In Feng Shui, we call that ‘doubling the stars’. So, the good stuff will be really good and the bad stuff…well, get ready because it could be a month of additional obstacles and challenges. Do not waste your time or energy with petty people, rivals or worrying about the competition this month. Your precious energy is needed elsewhere.
If you have a Tiger, Horse, Snake, Monkey, Dog or Pig in any part of your Four Pillars of Destiny, BaZi chart, it is recommended that you take extra caution to guard your health. Practice good self-care, focus on good nutrition, be well-rested (that means nap when you need one), meditate, go take a walk to get some fresh air, and take your vitamins.
Through March and into the first week of April please ask for help. It really is okay to ask for help and support from others. People need people.
“Regardless of what challenge you are facing right now, know that it has not come to stay. It has come to pass. During these times, do what you can with what you have, and ask for help if needed. Most importantly, never surrender. Put things in perspective. Take care of yourself. Find ways to replenish your energy, strengthen your faith and fortify yourself from the inside out.” ~ Les Brown