The Lunar New Year is only 1/2 over…Read what still may be in store for you this year January 21, 2023 – February 9, 2024
In the Chinese culture, Rabbits represent the moon. Some say it is because the shadows of the moon resemble a Rabbit. Others say it is because of the Rabbit’s pure characteristics. As the Rabbit is a symbol of fertility, this is a powerful year to start new business ventures, and will be beneficial for those wanting to have children.
The Chinese New Year holiday comes to its climax with the Lantern Festival, celebrated on February 5th, 2023 – considered the beginning of spring. The festival began over 2000 years ago, and has developed many meanings. It celebrates family reunions and society and features traditions like moon gazing, lighting lanterns, riddles, lion dances and eating rice balls. Another piece of trivia is that the Yellow King, who was the first king of China, was inaugurated in 2697 B.C making this the year 4720.
May your Path be Protected, your Fortunes Great and
Truth be your Guiding Light
Judith Wendell / Sacred Currents
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