What the Rabbit Symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui:
The Rabbit (the fourth Horoscope animal of the Chinese Zodiac) symbolizes graciousness, good manners, sound counsel, kindness, and sensitivity to beauty. A Rabbit person possesses one of the most fortunate of the twelve animal signs. The Rabbit, or Hare as he is referred to in Chinese mythology, is the emblem of longevity and is said to derive his essence from the Moon. He is peace-loving, has impeccable manners in the pursuit of a good life, and intelligent in business with a creative mind. It is believed that placing the Rabbit figurines in your home or workplace will strengthen and enhance all the good traits and characteristics it represents in family members born in the year of Rabbit.
Here is how the Rabbit figurine can be used to Feng Shui your way to a better life:
1. For people born in the year of Rabbit, place a Rabbit figurine in the sector between 67.5 degrees to 97.5 degrees sector in your home or office according to big Tai Chi (house) or small Tai Chi (living room, bedroom, work desk, study desk, etc.) to enhance your personal wealth luck. You will also benefit by placing it in the sectors correspond to your allies: SHEEP (187.5° – 217.5°) or BOAR (307.5° – 337.5°). This will ensure a smooth sailing and successful year ahead as your Chinese horoscope sign figurine will assist you and protect you from trouble whether it be at work, at school, or in your business, during good or difficult times. It will help you to have better family relationships and health luck as this is what the East sector governs based on the Pakua’s Aspirations Trigram.
If your horoscope reading says you will experience a tough year ahead, worry not. Your Rabbit figurine will give you the strength to see through it, help you to overcome obstacles, and make the most out of it to reap maximum benefits. This Feng Shui remedy is recommended by many Feng Shui masters and will not disappoint you.