Horoscope for the Week of December 8, 2008

The Sign of the Rabbit in Chinese Astrology

 The Rabbit

 The Fourth Sign of the Chinese Horoscope for those born in February 1903-1904, 1915-1916, 1927-1928, 1939-1940, 1951-1952, 1963-1964, 1975-1976, 1987-1988, 1999-2000. 2011-2012




It is said that the Rabbit is among the luckiest of signs. Corresponding to Pisces in western astrology and listed as the 4th sign of the zodiac, the Rabbit is blessed with longevity, grace, panache and a bit of intuition. Rabbits have impeccable manners and appear to be rather docile but their Zen-like peacefulness is a bit of a façade. In fact, they harbor great ambition and have an excellent business sense that becomes apparent in any heated negotiation.

  Rabbits have great a love of luxury that comes as a reward for hard, careful work. They are diplomatic, gracious and genteel, giving the appearance of supreme serenity and confidence. For the most part they are quite calm, cool and collected but there are times when they can become nervous, moody and detached. Thankfully these times are relatively rare and it soon passes.

How do you seduce a Rabbit? Why not try a bit of soothing music in a calm and exquisite setting. Keep things on a low key and don’t have a hidden agenda or shocking expose. Rabbits crave serenity, tastefulness, decorum and exquisite surroundings. They thrive on polite, delightful conversation … although a little bit of flattery couldn’t hurt either!

Okay, they can have a tendency to over-analyze things and prefer to switch than fight. But this is not always a bad thing. Call them diplomats or maybe even politicians. I bet that when the dust settles, it will be the Rabbit who emerges unscathed, victorious and relatively dust free.
The quest for self-knowledge has been a universal pursuit for millenniums. Who are we? Learn more about the 12 signs of the ancient Eastern zodiac, read: Chinese Astrology: Exploring the Eastern Zodiac.


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