The Rabbit Year & Feng Shui – Part 2


The Year of the Rabbit 2023 Part2 – Good Fortune Energies

The Year of the Rabbit is coming and with a gentleness that only a rabbit can bring. It will offer us a sweet exhale like you do when you settle into your favourite chair after a long day.

The hare is associated with the moon as you can often see the outline of a hare on a full moon.

The Tiger, preceding the Rabbit, is the sign of the month of February and the Rabbit is the sign associated with the month of March and the zodiac sign Pisces.

Rabbits are particularly calm and pleasant and have a laid-back nature.

However, a rabbit is always quick-witted, using its own strength to get out of difficult situations or to plan cleverly without revealing its secrets (which it keeps so well).

With this year’s 4 star and peach blossom animal combining in a beautiful and loving energy, why not turn your attention to your home?

This is the perfect time to get rid of everything you don’t necessarily love in your home and fill it with absolutely everything you do.

Do you have a green thumb?

Even if you don’t, adding to your landscaping and removing these old, overgrown shrubs will bring new life and energy into your home. All energy starts from the outside and goes in, making landscaping one of the best ways to improve the energy of your home, improve your health, and create more growth in your life.

In the year of the rabbit, the signs of the zodiac sheep and wild boar, the rabbit’s zodiac friends benefit from the connection to the rabbit.

However, the Rooster is the sign opposed to the Grand Duke Jupiter, so if you’re a Rooster, it’s a good idea not to rock the boat with authority figures. You’ll also want to wear a Pi Yao, or dragon, to appease Grand Duke Jupiter.


Read each of the energies to determine how they might affect you and your family. Pay close attention to the energies that are at your front door, bedroom or home office.



Everyone always strives to activate this star because it is the star of wealth. The 8 Wealth Star brings opportunities for financial gain and good fortune, making this corner of your home the happiest.

This star is ruled by the planet Saturn and its benevolent qualities, and it is also ruled by the sun.

The planet Saturn is called the supervisor or teacher planet, but it is also a planet of reward. Whenever you’ve worked hard at something, Saturn rewards you.

The sun bestows power and position, prestige and recognition. These qualities of both the Sun and Saturn represent the rewards that the 8 Star brings.

The 8 stars will benefit the Horse zodiac sign the most in the year of the Rabbit with new opportunities and income.

Wherever the 8 stars fly is the best location for a front door, so those with a south facing home or bedroom will experience some wonderful energies and increased prosperity in 2023.


Representing future prosperity, the 9 Purple Star flies north this year where it will bring success on the job through connections, a solid reputation and your ability to nurture yourself.

The 9-Star is ruled by Mercury and the Moon.

In the Year of the Rabbit, the world of the Rat zodiac sign will expand in some ways. There will be growth and expansion in their lives as the 9 Star is magnified and multiplied.

The 9 is the evolving energy of a new time period that will arrive next year in 2024, so its energy is getting stronger, happier and happier as we move towards this year.

Coming from the social sector of the South, this year those with a north-facing home or bedroom will have an active social calendar and will be presented with opportunities that put them ahead of others that will bring them prestige and praise.

If your doorstep is here, you might find that the opportunities you take advantage of this year will lead to greater financial gains in the future.

The opportunity to socialise and chat will be more pronounced this year as well.


If you are lucky enough to have one of these stars in your front door, bedroom, study or living room, you will benefit most from their energy. Be sure to spend time in the areas where the energies are most beneficial.

All the details on activating the lucky stars and alleviating the ailments are outlined in my annual Feng Shui prognosis. Give your family a head start in the new year by letting the energies in your home work for you!

Feng Shui Outlook Water Rabbit 2023

Feng Shui outlook for 2023 the Year of the Water Rabbit 


2023 is a Year of the Water Rabbit beginning from January 22, 2023 (Chinese New Year) and ending on February 9, 2024 (Chinese New Year). The rabbit sign is a symbol of longevity, peace and prosperity in Chinese culture.

2023 should be a year of hope.

The rabbit is the fourth in the twelve-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar.

People born in a year of the Rabbit are called “Rabbits” and are believed to be vigilant, witty, quick-minded, and ingenious.

The most compatible zodiac signs for Rabbits are Goats, Dogs, and Pig

According to Chinese astrology, Rabbits are predicted to be gentle, calm, elegant and alert, as well as quick, agile, kind, patient and very responsible, sometimes reluctant to reveal their thoughts to others and tending to escape from reality but always loyal to those around them .

Male rabbits excel at always treating people with courtesy, with a gentle smile that makes them feel believable and sincere. When faced with difficult situations, they never become discouraged but remain persistent in their quest to find solutions. This means that they eventually achieve enviable success.

The rabbit is the fourth animal sign in the Chinese zodiac.

The 12 zodiac animals are in this order: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Each year has an animal sign according to the 12 year cycle.

The Chinese zodiac year usually begins with the Chinese New Year, which dates from late January to mid-February. So if you were born in January or February in any of the years above, you could be a Rabbit or possibly a Tiger.

Also, if you were born in the January/February of the years immediately after the above (2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, etc.) then you may be a Rabbit or a Dragon.

In a short time, we will be welcoming the Year of the Rabbit, whose docile and diplomatic traits foretell a calmer year ahead. Compared to the tiger, the hare is more agreeable and often prefers tact and negotiation to open hostility, but although the hare is less fierce, it is also as cunning as a fox.

The Paht Chee chart of 2023 is unbalanced, indicating continued instability and disorder.

A lack of METAL and EARTH, representing resources and power respectively, pose ever-evolving challenges, although the year seems more subdued, which is why everyone needs the 5 Element Balancing Amulet.