Chinese Zodiac Rabbit – Personality Traits:
The Chinese Zodiac Rabbit is aware of their motivations, feelings, and movements. But sometimes they question their behaviors in social situations. They know they have conducted themselves to the best of their ability, but are never quite certain if that means they behaved correctly.
The Chinese Rabbit has a tendency towards introversion, finding himself content in the quieter lonely moments that come his way. Rabbits are touchy, it’s not hard to hurt their feelings. But you may never know as they’ll bury that away.
The Rabbit sign are creatures of order, and disorder will set them completely ill at ease. It is harmony that is at a Rabbit’s heart. For all their tenderheartedness, all they want is to be loved and accepted, even while maintaining himself in a place of seclusion.
Chinese Rabbit Zodiac Sign – Strengths:
The Chinese zodiac sign Rabbit‘s strengths are a keen awareness of their inner self. Time spent in seclusion contemplating their motivations is important to Rabbit. He has a tendency towards outward control. What a Rabbit feels is their business, and what lays beneath is deeply private. This allows them to appear calm and collected even when they’re feeling anything but that.
The Rabbit characteristics show that they know when to speak, and when to withhold speech. They never bother to speak when what they have to say is not worthwhile. Rabbits are deeply focused on self-improvement, and thus will pursue perfection in all things in their lives.
The most comforting thing about the Rabbit is that their honesty is beyond question. Deception is simply not in their nature. Their analytical nature doesn’t stop with himself. He can turn that to others, and is adept at dissecting their nature.
Chinese Rabbit Zodiac Sign – Weaknesses:
Some of Rabbit sign’s best assets, when turned on their head, are some of their greatest weaknesses. Rabbits are timid around other people, while caring deeply about what they think. Their innate sensitivity makes them easily hurt, while their retention of their emotions keeps them from letting others know they’ve been hurt.
The Rabbit man or Rabbit woman enjoys living in the safety of his home. But this can lead to him becoming a hermit, secluding himself from the world. They are staunchly honest, but this also means they are incapable of even the gentlest of deceptions. Their analytical nature, unfortunately, can lead them to becoming disillusioned about human nature, and embittered about those they associate with.
Chinese Zodiac Rabbit – Career:
The Chinese Rabbit zodiac sign is a diligent worker, careful in all their endeavors. Provided their deep need for freedom is met, they are capable of being amazing producers in the workplace. But he must have his own security and be his own boss. His concern over his sense of security leaves him unable to cope with being under another’s thumb.
The Rabbit wants a secure office with a comfortable workplace, not adventure or travel. It is important to know that a Rabbit is primarily concerned with their own security and welfare, and this can stand in the way of their sense of altruism.
Chinese Rabbit As A Boss:
Rabbit as a boss is going to be an excellent leader if you are seeking solid and secure income. He doesn’t take unnecessary chances, but will take what seems like odd directions that turn out magnificently for him. He has that sense for buried riches, for finding the value in things that others can’t quite see the point of.
The Chinese Rabbit as a boss will broker deals with ease, his diplomatic abilities are beyond reproach. He is well-mannered, gracious, and persuasive, seeing his way through to a mutually agreeable decision where others were left unable to reach an accord.
Chinese Rabbit As A Co-Worker:
The Chinese horoscope sign Rabbit as a co-worker can be touchy, they can work in conjunction with others, and will gladly negotiate out divisions of labor and project plans. His sensitivity to others emotions and opinions allows him to come to a reasonable accord and keep the workplace friendly and warm. Their major failing can be a sort of timidity, which, if not overcome, can lead to a decided difficulty in taking advantage of opportunities.
Chinese Zodiac Sign Rabbit – Money:
In Chinese astrology, the Rabbit prefers to be independent financially, squirreling away money for later days and keeping themselves secure without the assistance of others. No matter how much money a Rabbit has packed away, it isn’t ever ‘enough’ He always wants to make ‘just a little more sure’ that his security is solidly in place. This can end up being a problem, as he can hesitate in putting money to work in the interest of having money ‘put away’. In these circumstances he can wind up being stingy, and more than a little over-concerned with the bottom line.
Dating A Chinese Zodiac Rabbit:
The Chinese zodiac Rabbit is not particularly sentimental, They are deeply in touch with the thoughts and emotions of those about them. They don’t immediately fall in love, and in fact this emotion can be quite difficult for them.
While dating, the Rabbit does not have much tolerance for human flaws in their partner, a direct result of their sometimes over-inflated opinion of themselves. Attempting to seduce a Rabbit is a fool’s bargain. Their reticence extends itself to having to be the initiating member of a relationship.
The big problem for Rabbit is that relationships require shared sentimentality, and that speaks against everything that they stand for personally. It offends their sense of decency, and certainly their typical reserved nature.
Chinese Zodiac Rabbit – Love:
The Rabbit Chinese sign lacks self-confidence as a rule, and this can create problems with their love relations. Their appetite is copious, but their sense of decency can leave them being a bit prudish. Even if their appetites run deeper, they’re too reserved to act on them.
Getting through to a Rabbit requires getting through into their emotional burrow. Showing patience and understanding with him or her can get them to open up in this area. His habits tend towards a tender and careful lover, deeply connected with those he shares these intimacies with. He must be, his fragile emotional nature makes it impossible for it to be otherwise.
Years Of The Rabbit:
February 19, 1939 – February 8, 1940
February 6, 1951 – January 26, 1952
January 25, 1963 – February 12, 1964
February 11, 1975 – January 30, 1976
January 29, 1987 – February 16, 1988
February 16, 1999 – February 4, 2000
February 3, 2011 – January 22, 2012
January 22, 2023 – February 9, 2024
February 8, 2035 – January 27, 2036
Chinese Horoscope & Numerological Associations:
Western Zodiac: The corresponding zodiac sign is Pisces
Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Mao is the earthly branch
Chinese Elements: The Chinese element for the Rabbit is Wood (mu)
Yin/Yang Orientation: Yin is associated with the Rabbit
Lucky Herbs: The lucky herbs for the Chinese Rabbit are Snapdragon, Lily, Nerve Plant
Lucky Direction: The lucky directions are East, South-East, South
Lucky Season: Spring is the lucky season for the Rabbit
Lucky Colors: Good colors the Chinese Rabbits are Red, Pink, Purple, Blue
Unlucky Colors: Colors to avoid for the Rabbit are Dark Brown, Dark Yellow, White
Lucky Numbers: The auspicious numbers for Rabbits are 3, 4, 9
Unlucky Numbers: Numbers best avoided by the Rabbit are 1, 7, 8
Famous Chinese Zodiac Rabbit Personalities:
Male Rabbit Celebrities:
Albert Einstein, Michael Jordan, David Beckham, Tiger Woods, Orlando Bloom, Zac Efron, Evan Rachel Wood, Jesse McCartney, Tobey Maguire, Brian Littrell, Charlize Theron, Tom Delonge, Benjamin Bratt, Mike Myers, Orson Welles, Lionel Andrés Messi, Jet Li
Female Rabbit Celebrities:
Queen Victoria, Whitney Houston, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Drew Barrymore, Hilary Duff, Lisa Kudrow, Sara Gilbert, Maria Sharapova
- Enrique Iglesias
- Seamus Heaney
- Ben Macintyre
- Margaret Atwood
Chinese Horoscope Rabbit Compatibility:
The Chinese zodiac signs compatible with Rabbit are Sheep, Pig, Dog and the signs that are not compatible are Rat and Dragon.
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