Explore the Chinese New Year with your personal 4 Pillars Astrology Chart! Appointments are in person or remote over the phone. Contact me for more information or to schedule an appointment.
The 2022 Chinese (Lunar) New Year Day starts from January 22, 2023, and ends on February 9th 2024.
The (Solar) New Year (Feb 4 ) marks the transition from one sign into another, which in this case is Tiger to Rabbit. (of the12 zodiac animals)
It's time to understand the energy of the year ahead! We'll also do some review of 2022 and the key considerations for your 4 personal Chinese zodiac animals, Year, Month, Day, Hour.
HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR everyone! New Energy! New Beginning!
Some Key words with the Tiger Year was: Intense, Unexpected, and Firey! There was also lots of powerful Spiritual energy available to us if we chose to see it - What paths we took last year will lead us towards our goals of 2023 when the eanergy will slow down and shift into something very different than the year of the Triple Tigers with 8 Yang influences!
Why understanding the Animal/ Element(s) of the year is helpful:
90 min........ $90.00
2 hours....... $120.00
2.5 hours... $150.00
3 hours ...... $180.00
NOTE: (If you pay through the online store there is an additional c/c - debit card processing fee)
1 hour (follow up): Fee -$3.00
90 min: fee $4.00
2 hours: fee: $5.00
2.5 hours: fee $7.00
3 hours: fee $8.00
These are the actual fees the processing company charges me for these amounts of each transactions! (They will be included in the online price of the session when you check out not added after.)
I also accept Venmo (Patti Newton @smoonvt) or cash if you come in person) You can also mail me a check ahead of our appointment time.
The length of time will determine how in depth we can go into the information for the year.
Sessions by Phone or in person in my West Brattleboro, VT office
With all options you will receive either by e-mail or in person:
The following worksheets and information:
1. 2023 Chinese New Year Rabbit Introduction
2. 7 page Chinese Astrology Personalized Chart (4 Pillars of Destiny)
3. Chinese New Year 4 Pillar worksheets (to customize the analysis from your personal 4 Pillars chart)
4. Chinese New Year 2022 Yang Water Tiger review
5. 2023 Forecast for your 'year' animal
6. Chinese New Year Feng Shui checklist
The Four Pillars of Destiny (BaZi, Zi Ping) is an ancient, unique and in-depth study of a person's birth chart using the 10,000 year Chinese calendar. This cosmic design influences a person's life path, traits, strengths, relationships, health and destiny.
Contact me to schedule an insightful session and be better prepared to go into 2023!
Patti Newton (802) 254- 9600 email@example.com or Silver Moon Adornments FB
Four Pillars of Destiny is a fascinating Art and a useful tool to help people in a positive way.
The Map or Blueprint cannot be changed; it is what we are born with. However, if we understand the information in our chart and take appropriate action, then we will be doing the right thing at the right time and align with the auspicious Chi rather than the challenging energies.
When we do this we are better able to overcome obstacles during difficult periods and to grasp opportunity during favorable times.
90 min consultation....... $90
2 hour consultation......... $120
60 min. Follow up ............$60
Purchase 4 Pillars Chinese Astrology chart analysis/consultations through the on-line shop!
You will need to provide your
Year, Month, Day and Hour and place of birth
Your Year, Month, Day & Hour Animals revealed from your Five Element Chinese Astrology chart
Your 4 animal archetypes/personalities
Illustrate Your personal Character Strengths or Challenges - Find out what yours are!
RAT - OX - TIGER – RABBIT – DRAGON – SNAKE – HORSE – SHEEP – MONKEY – ROOSTER –DOG – PIG
The five elements of five Element Chinese Astrology refer to:
Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth, which were thought to make up the entire world. Ups and downs of these five elements were thought to cause changes in the world, affecting everything in the universe including human destiny.
Discover your 2 Ming Gua elemental numbers from the Chinese Solar Calendar - Explore the Elemental Archetypes of your Divine Feminine and your Divine Masculine personalities you were born with.
A more Balanced Year
The Year of the Tiger 2022, was considered unbalanced because there were 8 Yang aspects and Three Tigers (Year Month and Hour) with 1 Rat in the Day pillar in the Paht Chee Chart. A year that was more balanced would have an even distribution of Yin and Yang influences and not so many of one animal! Some of the Key words for this last year was Intense, unexpected, and fiery. However, there were many profound and spiritual aspects if you looked for them and the Rat encouraged us all to be more resourceful when necessary.
Because the Yin Water element is associated with the color black, some people call this the “Year of the Black Rabbit.” The Yin Water element represents sensitivity, intuition, and, in its most positive form, the way of inner peace.
The Water Rabbit Year promises a period of rest and reflection after the
dynamic Year of the Tiger.
The Rabbit is a symbol of good luck. In Chinese philosophy, rabbits are also considered to be symbols of patience. So, if you can bide your time until the moment is right to act in 2023, you should experience some lucky breaks will bring what we have lacked in 2022: Peace and Success - a year of hope!
Here’s what it means for you.
The Year of the Rabbit 2023 will bring less anger and more relaxation! The influence of the Rabbit will temper those too impulsive, therefore, thinking twice before acting, you will manage to fulfill all your plans successfully.
It is time to explore our spiritual side as the Year of the Water Rabbit is also the year of hope. The year of 2023 is one where the sacrifices of the past are rewarded generously. All of our what we wish to manifest is determined by the purity of our heart’s intent.
The Rabbit is a rewarding one for those willing to take risks. Owing to rabbit’s being also a fertility symbol, this is also a powerful year to not only start new business ventures, but also, be beneficial for those looking to have children, as well as, for artists to get inspired and move in new directions.
More balance than last year between Yin and Yang influences:
5 Yin and 3 Yang.
2022 8 Yang were present!
1 Tiger remains in the month pillar but not 3 present as in 2022!
In Chinese Five Element Theory, each zodiac sign is associated with one of the five elements:
Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth.
For example, a Water Rabbit comes once in a 60-year cycle
this has not occurred since 1963.
Rabbit years bring lucky breaks and partnerships, for those on their true paths.
2023 is a wonderful year to find your purpose in life.
This year presents a fabulous opportunity to slow down and reflect on what is truly important.
Yin Water years call us to practice surrender in contrast to the Yang Water year of 2022 which was a year governed by the ferocious Yang Water Tiger.
The Year of the Rabbit promises to be more peaceful.
Hostility and competition give way to gentle harmony.