February 22 - February 28, 2021
The weekend's Full Moon will bring us to the halfway point of the month of the Tiger and for you, this is likely to spark a sense of anticipation but also brings a hurry up. For the Rabbit, the month of the Tiger is a nostalgic and reflective month and as the last in your personal 12 month lunar cycle, this is a chance to reflect, close old doors, focus on completion and also a chance to recharge your batteries. This is preparation for the month of the Rabbit, which next month will usher in a new personal 12 month lunar cycle. The weekend's Full Moon brings the month of the Tiger to its halfway point and it signals that a time of new beginnings is just two weeks away. In the meantime, the social and serendipitous Year of the Ox will ensure you don't hide away in your burrow as much as you may have done in other years.
Year of the Ox
Feb 12, 2021 - Jan 31, 2022
Whether it is the ongoing impact from the professionally charged and competitive Year of the Rat or the start of the social and serendipitous Year of the Ox on 12th February, 2021 should be a good year for the Rabbit. The Year of the Ox manages to thread the needle nicely between avoiding a year with too many challenges but not so easy that it can lead to complacency. Because the Year of the Rat doesn’t end until 12th February and because this has been an especially long lunar year, this has given you a chance to get a jump on your 2021 professional year or on your personal and professional goals and ambitions and to gain enough momentum so that this continues even after the Year of the Rat ends. For the Rabbit, the Rat was a professionally charged and competitive year, inspiring you to reach higher, aim for more and while it can inspire a grandiose sense of what’s possible, even if you achieve half of what you aimed for you could still achieve a lot.
This is also why the Year of the Ox can have a more widespread influence than what it says on the bottle. For the Rabbit, what comes written on the bottle for the Year of the Ox is that this is an important year for friendship, teamwork, collaboration and for teaming up with others. This is a socially charged year, where you are more likely to find yourself being a team player and you will accomplish a lot when you join forces with others. This is something that will happen naturally and regardless of how wide the circle of people in your life, this is likely to grow during the course of the year. There is another factor that could see the impact of the Year of the Rat continue and even run in tandem with the Year of the Ox.
While, for the Rabbit, the Ox has a more social influence by its nature it is determined, pragmatic and tenacious. When under the Ox’s influence you are more likely to stick to something and to see things through. This is why teamwork will be such an important factor this year, for if you commit to standing by or working with someone, you will do just that. The Year of the Rat has been good at inspiring your personal and professional goals and ambitions but the Rat lacks the Ox’s endurance, tenacity and team spirit. It is the goals and ambitions that carry over into the Year of the Ox that can become more entrenched and you are more likely to stick to them. This means that the Year of the Ox has all the makings of a good year personally and professionally, especially when you team up with or network with others.
About the Rabbit
Rabbits are lucky people; the Chinese believe them the luckiest of all. They can be really creative within the confines of their conservative and considerate natures. Although they are articulate and often show great talent, they have to overcome their shyness. Peace-loving, sensitive and compassionate Rabbits are very affectionate.
Rabbits are sensitive, caring and gentle creatures. It is considered the luckiest sign in the zodiac, for Rabbits have good characters. They are likely to come out unscathed from situations that could devastate most of us. They are shy, sentimental and popular amongst friends.
The Rabbit is non-confrontational and prefers to negotiate and compromise with quiet intelligence. Although when forced to, they will fight with courage and fierceness, hence their passive disposition must not be mistaken for docility. At worst, Rabbits can be moody and has certain deviousness because of their wish to avoid confrontations at all cost.
They are pleasure-loving creatures. They love being at home and the idea of love and marriage. Rabbits will frequently engage in temporary relationships that provide physical passions, although they rarely engage in anything long-term unless there is a solid promise of comfort and ease.
Compatible: Goats & Pigs
Strained: Tigers, Monkeys & Horses