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The Rabbit in Chinese Astrology


People born in the years 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000 and 2012 are considered the Rabbit people according to Chinese Astrology.

Characteristics

The Rabbit people are generally very lucky. There are several myths about the Rabbit in Chinese Culture. According to one of them, Rabbit has the potion for immortality.

People born in the Rabbit year are generous, kind, intellectual, artistic and sensitive. The Rabbit can go through hard times with minimum damage. They don’t tend to solve their problems with fighting. Instead, they try to talk and convince the other side to his side. Their peaceful and compromising nature should not lead anyone to see them as weak people. If they really have to fight, they will act brave and will fight. Their peaceful nature is completed with their passion for music and art.

The Rabbit are generous and always nice to everyone. However, their only negative side is their bad-temper. People around them are not prepared for their sudden anger and this may lead to misunderstandings.

Career

The Rabbit would make good doctors, psychiatrists, writers, designers, musicians, actors and teachers.

Relationships

Physical excitement is very important for the Rabbit in love and marriage. Their emotional side is very strong. They have to have comfort in their lives. The Rabbit like temporary relationships. You would rarely see him in a steady, long relationship. To be able to decide to get married, they should be satisfied in every way. They should not have second thoughts.

The Rabbit According to the 5 Elements

We know that 5 Elements have influences on us in every aspect of life according to Chinese philosophy. You can use the table below to find your element and continue reading about the characteristics of Rabbit with the influences of the elements on them.

02.06.1951 – 01.26.1952 / 02.03.2011 – 01.22.2012 Metal Rabbit
01.25.1963 – 02.12.1964 Water Rabbit
02.11.1975 – 01.30.1976 Wood Rabbit
01.29.1987 – 02.16.1988 Fire Rabbit
02.06.1999 – 02.27.2000 Earth Rabbit

The Metal Rabbit

Compared to the other Rabbit, they are more mysterious. Female or male, doesn’t matter, they both are sensitive and artistic. Sometimes they can see life as a burden that they hardly carry on their shoulders. The Metal Rabbit are more romantic and passionate than the other Rbbit. They tend to get carried away and passionate with emotional powers.

The Water Rabbit

The Water Rabbit’s will is to live in peace. They are afraid to express their feelings and are ready to step back sometimes because of their shy nature. The Water Rabbit are preoccupied and thoughtful and can’t get over the past very easy.

The Wood Rabbit

The Wood Rabbit are liked by almost everyone and can adapt to every environment easily. They prefer group-works instead of working solo. They like to be supported by others. Sometimes they can’t express how they feel clearly. They are known by their generosity.

The Fire Rabbit

They are very emotional. They are never afraid of expressing their feelings. That’s why they cause the others to be careful when they are around. Their leadership skills are very developed compared to other Rabbits. The Fire Rabbit have the ability to convince people.

The Earth Rabbit

The Earth Rabbit are more determined and have a very serious nature compared to the other Rabbit. They love comfort and luxury more than the others. In order to achieve this goal, they would not mind working hard and when their determination is in,too, they will always get what they want.

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