The Chinese Zodiac in 2023 - Year of the Yin Water Rabbit

Every year the annual Chi affects our personal Chinese astrology charts. In this video we will look at the effects of 2023's annual energy on our “Year Branch” - the Animal Sign of the year we were born. All the Zodiac signs are here in order - Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep/Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.

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A snapshot for each Animal sign in 2023 -

The Chinese Zodiac in 2023 - Year ...
The Chinese Zodiac in 2023 - Year of the Yin Water Rabbit
  1. The Rat in 2023: Connect with people both older and younger than you. Your own generation may want to compete and put you down.
  2. The Ox in 2023: Stay close to family and old friends in 2023, focussing more on your career will bring positive growth.
  3. The Tiger in 2023: Use your intelligence and logic not your emotions and charm this year, you’ll get far better results.
  4. The Rabbit in 2023: Speak your mind without fear this year, but make sure your words build people up rather than tear them down.
  5. The Dragon in 2023: Open your heart to your lover and yourself, too much work can bring health issues.
  6. The Snake in 2023: Avoiding ‘fair weather friends’ will allow you grow in more ways than you’d imagine. Expect a much smoother time than last year.
  7. The Horse in 2023: Boost your Karma by doing ‘good deeds’ for your family and friends, as well as correcting any mistakes you’ve made over the past couple of years.
  8. The Sheep/Goat in 2023: Love, romance and career are all looking great for you as long as you take the time to think about the repercussions of your actions.
  9. The Monkey in 2023: Seek some mental health support this year, especially if 2022 was difficult for you. Talking about your problems can help them disappear.
  10. The Rooster in 2023: Control your spending habits this year since it will be easy to overextend yourself. Setting boundaries will annoy some people but will help you in the long run.
  11. The Dog in 2023: Create your own luck by trusting your intuition and creativity. Putting extra effort into your appearance will make you feel like a million dollars and boost your confidence.
  12. The Pig in 2023: Continue to build and grow, but beware of who you place your trust in.

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The Rat in 2023

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The Ox in 2023

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The Tiger in 2023

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The Rabbit in 2023

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The Dragon in 2023

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The Snake in 2023

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The Horse in 2023

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The Sheep / Goat in 2023

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The Monkey in 2023

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The Rooster in 2023

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The Dog in 2023

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The Pig in 2023

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Chinese Astrology Resources

Here is a list of books, websites, services, courses that we recommend. 

Though there are a number of well-written works on Chinese divination, there are none that deal with the three sophisticated devices that were employed by the Chinese Astronomical Bureau in the eleventh century and for hundreds of years thereafter. Chinese experts applied the methods associated with these devices to both weather forecasting and to the interpretation of human affairs. Hidden by a veil of secrecy, these methods have always been relatively little known other than by their names. The first work in any language to explore these three methods, known as sanshi (three cosmic boards), this book sheds light on a topic which has been shrouded in mystery for centuries, having been kept secret for many years by the Chinese Astronomical Bureau.

By Chinese science historian Ho Peng Yoke.

This extensive book introduces a procedure to unravel our birth energy, explaining how the 22 codes (characters on the five elements) in the cosmic energy field, affect our life. From the elaborate illustrations on live examples of global celebrities, readers learn and pinpoint the codes enhancing their energy to succeed or causing their misfortune. Following the calendars of such energy flows, reader can then apply the knowledge to steer their lives by following the good flow and avoiding the negative one!

By world-renowned Lunar BaZi experts Lily Chung Ph.D. and Dr. Jin Peh.

In this fully illustrated workbook, Dr. Karin Taylor Wu instructs you in the art of creating an individualized Chinese Four Pillar astrology chart. Detailed instructions show how your destiny is contained within your birth chart, and how to understand its changes over the whole lifespan. Dr Taylor Wu also explains the relationship between your individual BaZi chart and your personality, emotions, health, relationships, aptitudes, and life chances. With many examples, and worked exercises, including a detailed interpretation of actual charts and case studies, Dr Taylor Wu demonstrates how to bring the GanZhi principles to life.

By Dr. Karin Taylor Taylor Wu .

Four Pillars of Destiny: Unlocking the Mysteries of Life is a compilation of real-life case studies and interviews with people from all walks of life, as conducted by Jerry King. Jerry will take you through his journey with stories about metaphysical practices in Asia and personal recollections about the people that he has encountered during his travels. Collectively, he offers solutions for how to live in harmony with yourself and with those around you. This insightful and original book focuses on the understanding and use of the Chinese astrological system, Four Pillars of Destiny. In contrast to many traditional Chinese astrology books, Jerry uses real-life examples to unearth the age-old question of destiny. This book is especially pertinent to readers whose interest in astrology is based on recognition of its spiritual significance and its value for enhancing self-knowledge.

By international Feng Shui and Four Pillars author and teacher Jerry King.

Everyone has questions about their future, and here is where the art of unlocking the secret of your Chinese birth chart can reveal clear and deep insights about your destiny. In her new book “Secrets of Your Birth Chart”, Lillian Too breaks down the method of reading your own Paht Chee (BaZi) Four Pillars chart into easy-to-follow steps, and reveals in great depth all the influences that will shape the highs and lows of your future. Completely revised and fully-illustrated, this book also includes BRAND NEW chapters to address additional “Secret Stars” and “Clashes and Penalties” not available in any of her previous Paht Chee books!

By world-renowned Feng Shui expert Lillian Too.

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