Oh boy, more good news! Today begins The Year of the Rabbit and I was born in the Year of the Rabbit but never knew what that meant aside what I'd read on Chinese menus. kimy at mouse medicine posted about it today and I'm excited because it sounds like, in addition to all the dates with "ones" in them which directly affect my husband and me, I may now look forward to a year of catching my breath and calming my nerves. Furthermore,
Not many people know that the Rabbit is the symbol of the Moon, while the Peacock is the symbol of the Sun, and that together, these two animal signs signify the start of day and night, represent the Yin and Yang of life. It is said that anyone making supplications for wishes to be fulfilled are certain to get what they want... and in the Year of the Rabbit, the wish-granting aspect of the Sun and the Moon combined is multiplied. The Moon is YIN and this is the Yin of Heaven, signifying magic. Thus on each of the Full Moon nights of this year, go out into your garden to gaze into the Full Moon and visualize plenty of Moon dust and Moon glow flowing into you, filling your whole body with bright white light and granting you fearlessness, love and courage. This will not only strengthen your inner "Chi" energy, it will also bring wisdom into your life. sourceHey! I can dig that. And, to top it off, I'm married to a Tiger. roar. And he is too.