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Chinese New Year brings Year of the Rabbit promising ‘change and hope’ for 2023

Sydney-based feng shui practitioner Meixi Yan says Chinese New Year should usher in an era of “change and hope.”

“People should be open-minded to embrace the new environment, and so should businesses,” she said.

Meixi Yan says he uses the ancient Book of Changes to make predictions.(attached)

James Cheng, a feng shui practitioner in Melbourne, said these changes would happen slowly because “the imbalance still exists.”

“The impact of the pandemic is gradually easing and the world still needs time to recover,” Zheng said.

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese traditional practice that uses various systems and calendars, such as astrology and solar cycles, to bring people into harmony with their environment.

It’s just one art form used to interpret each new one. Lunar New Year It may mean.

this year of the rabbit, We met on January 22nd.is said to symbolize longevity, peace and prosperity.

But if your zodiac sign is the Rat, Rooster, Dragon, Horse, or even Rabbit, be careful: Take extra precautions to fend off misfortune, as Mr. Zheng explains below. is needed.

The arrival of Chinese New Year may not mean you’re a ‘rabbit’

The moon passes between the sun and earth in monsoon clouds during a solar eclipse in Delhi
Lunar and solar calendars are based on different cycles and movements of the moon and the sun.(Reuters: B. Mathur)

There are two different systems used to introduce the Year of the Rabbit. The lunar calendar, which starts on January 22nd, and the solar calendar, which starts on February 4th.

The lunar calendar is based on the annual cycle and movement of the moonin the meantime The solar calendar is based on the sunand divided into 24 solar terms.

The Lunar New Year of the Rabbit begins 14 days before the Solar New Year, also known as Risshun.

Ancient Chinese art forms used other calendars and systems to record and divide years. They are less common, but some are still in use today.

Mr. Zheng said that you need to follow the solar calendar to know the year you were born. This means that if he was born after February 4th this year, he was only born in the Year of the Rabbit.

“Knowing your zodiac symbols correctly can affect your life’s fortunes.

Rows and rows of tulips of different colors.
There are two unusual springs in the year of the rabbit.(ABC My Photo: Contributed by glanzpunkt)

This Lunar Year of the Rabbit is especially special. Because February is his two leap years, which is unusual with 13 months instead of 12 months. A year is unusually long with his 384 days.

The year of the rabbit is very long, two sun new year — one on February 4, 2023 and one on February 4, 2024.

is a phenomenon known as “double spring”the next occurrence is not scheduled for more than 1,000 years.

The Chinese community welcomes the Year of the Rabbit with Lunar New Year festivals across Australia. In 2023, another animal will take center stage among Vietnamese. it’s a cat

The 12 Vietnamese zodiac animals mostly match the Chinese signs, but there is one big difference. The fourth animal is a cat, not a rabbit.

Spring Ox almanac drawing contains encrypted message

Old fashioned calendar with cow rabbit in spring
A drawing of a spring ox on the front of a Chinese almanac features predictions for the coming year.(By: James Zheng)

People often buy old-fashioned calendars during this time. “Chinese Calendar”.

These calendars provide people with daily guidance and instructions on what to do and what to watch out for.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-22/lunar-new-year-chinese-new-year-2023-year-of-the-rabbit/101843526 Chinese New Year brings Year of the Rabbit promising ‘change and hope’ for 2023

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