Chinese Astrology: How to Crush Bad Luck in 2023

🧧 chinese new year Jan 20, 2023
Chinese Zodiac Fortune Telling

Happy Year of the Rabbit! Are you a rabbit zodiac sign? If so, listen up! According to Chinese astrology, 太岁tài suì, or the "Grand Duke Jupiter," is a powerful force that can bring both good and bad luck depending on how it's appeased. In traditional Chinese culture, it's believed that offending 太岁 can result in a year of misfortune, so many people take precautions to avoid doing so.

It's said that when your zodiac sign is in direct opposition to the 太岁, you might have a tough year. And guess what? The rabbit is directly opposite å¤ªå² this year! But don't worry, we've got you covered with these three (not-so-scientific) tips:

1️⃣ Burn some incense to keep 太岁 happy.

Burning incense is a common practice in Chinese culture to pay respect to ancestors and deities. In the case of 太岁, burning incense is said to appease the Grand Duke and reduce the risk of misfortune. Just make sure to use fire safety precautions and avoid burning incense in areas with poor ventilation.

2️⃣ Hang out with your pig 🐷 and sheep 🐑 friends – they might help you out!

According to Chinese astrology, the rabbit, pig, and sheep are known to be 三合 sān hé "three-harmony." In other words, they belong to the same "triangle of affinity." This means that these signs have a harmonious relationship and can support each other during difficult times. So, if you're a rabbit, it may be helpful to seek the company of pigs and sheep in 2023.

3️⃣ Be careful around horses 🐴 and roosters 🐔 – they might cause some trouble.

On the other hand, the horse and rooster belong to the "triangle of conflict" with the rabbit. According to Chinese astrology, these signs may clash with each other, leading to potential misunderstandings and conflicts. So, if you're a rabbit, it may be wise to be cautious when dealing with horses and roosters in 2023.


Do you see your zodiac sign on the list? If so, don't take it too seriously. While Chinese astrology has its roots in ancient traditions and beliefs, it's no more accurate than Western astrology. It's essential to take it with a grain of salt and not let it dictate your life. At the end of the day, what matters most is how you choose to live your life, regardless of what the stars may say.

That being said, it does provide an opportunity to reflect on the challenges and opportunities that may come your way in the coming year. With mindfulness, self-awareness, and a positive attitude, you can navigate any obstacles that may arise and make the most of the opportunities that come your way.

Wishing you a happy and prosperous Year of the Rabbit! 🎉

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