The Symbolism of the Chinese New Year of the Water Rabbit”

The Water Rabbit, known also as the “Black” and “Jade” Rabbit, is the fourth animal in the 12-year cycle of the Chinese Zodiac. If lucky enough to be born during this Zodiac cycle, people are said to be gentle, sensitive, and gracious, and known for their artistic talents and love of beauty and luxury.

Take a look at the moon if it is full and bright, you can see a clear outline of a rabbit on the surface. According to Chinese folklore, there is a Jade Rabbit living on the Moon, which is said to be responsible for mixing an elixir of immortality.

The Water Rabbit is associated with the element water, which is believed to be connected to intelligence and wisdom. People born in a year of the Rabbit are believed to be very intuitive and intelligent, so great problem-solvers!

The Rabbit is also considered to be a lucky sign in the Chinese zodiac. So, if born in a year of the Water Rabbit, you are believed to have good luck in finances, and destined to have a smooth and successful life while making friends easily with a sense of loyalty and compassion.

We entered the Year of the Rabbit today, January 22, 2023. During Chinese New Year celebrations of the Year of the Rabbit it is traditional to decorate your home with red lanterns and banners to bring good luck and prosperity. It is also common to hand out red envelopes with money inside to children as a symbol of good luck.

The Chinese New Year is a time to celebrate with family and friends and to reflect on the past year. On that thought; Camistry wishes everyone the all the best wishes for this year and thank you for your continued support!



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