A Year of the Time for Inner Peaceful Changes
By Richard Giles
Chinese New Year of 2011 begins early February on the New Moon of Thursday 3rd and is the beginning of the traditional Chinese calendar. The size of the Chinese population makes their  calendar the most followed in the world. New Year begins a new zodiac animal cycle, the Year of the Rabbit. Chinese tradition employs both Solar and Lunar calendars. Using the Solar calendar, its the 5th February but the New Moon day of 3rd February is the official Lunar New Year celebration day.
2010 was Year of the Metal Tiger and what dramatic year! Now in the cycle of the twelve comes the calmer and more community minded of the animals, the social Rabbit.  He is a discreet animal, prudent and very honest. In work and productive fields he is serious and persevering. The motto of the Rabbit is “it’s no good hurrying, you must start with punctuality”. The Rabbit is a great friend to all who are with him. He seems to exude a mysterious presence and this causes the Rabbit to sometimes be quite an elusive presence. He’s known to be solitary and enigmatic and at times quite subtle.
People born in the Year of the Rabbit are kind, loving people, and dislike hostile actions.  They give others an impression of being frail because of their gentle appearance, but in fact they are strong-minded and have very strong wills. They pursue their ideals all their lives in a precise and orderly way. They do things slowly and deliberately because of their caution.
There is little need to worry about them. They are nimble, clever and good at avoiding harm to themselves. They are talented and like artistic ventures, such as painting and music and are generally active in these areas. They are also very hospitable, good hosts and warm-hearted companions. They dislike embracing others in public places, however. They know about the art of saving face and giving consideration to both sides of a question. There’s a bit of Libran balance and beauty in them.

The Rabbit, the Chinese say, will live up to one thousand years and turns completely white at the age of five hundred years. The Taoists maintain the rabbit is the mixer of the elixir of life and is the servant of a magician. He is considered to be the most difficult sign to describe because there is an element of complexity and infinity about him. He is very sensitive to the underlying currents and sensations in the air and in people. His intuition is very important to him. Its useless to discuss logic with a Rabbit as he listens to the ‘vibrations’ and not the words, facts or figures.

In mediaeval times the Rabbit was seen as bad luck on journeys yet the Rabbit also has a history of being a good luck omen. In Pagan times he was worshipped as the sacred animal of fertility and involved in the rites of Spring. The rabbit’s paw is traditionally associated with good luck and it seems to have come from an 18th century belief that rabbit’s paws kept rheumatism at bay. In China the rabbit is a sign of longevity and has always been associated with the Moon and thus is feminine and Yin. The oldest Chinese traditions maintain the rabbit came from the Moon and if you look at the Moon, many people actually see a rabbit in its features at full moon time.

Rabbit people are usually relatively careful when it comes to their finances.  They use much of their money for possessions such as their homes, cars or furniture.  They love hunting for antiques, arts and crafts and will tend to make sound investments in these types of things. In work the Rabbit likes or gravitates towards careers in literature, art, music, design, public relations, counselling, advisory occupations and law and they also make very good secretaries. Nice possessions make them feel really comfortable.  Their homes and offices usually are clutter-free.  They have really good communication skills and are best in positions of management.  They are very diplomatic and well-organised.  They can also make great painters or musicians due to their sense of beauty and their love of creativity.


The ideal partner for a Rabbit is one who is loving and kind hearted and always fulfills their partner’s desires. They are affectionate, attentive and tender people and never forget a birthday and are very sensitive to the needs of their partner. Rabbits blossom in love and diffuse an aura of happiness through the family. But they need active or constant warmth or they can fade away. There’s a need to feel secure and loved. They are faithful by nature but have trouble if it gets too passionate and if conflict abounds. If there is too much conflict they will leave, but if that is not possible, then they become ill as a reaction. Rabbits detest partings and hope that they will not have to depart, but look for something to restore the relationship they try to cherish.

As parents they value marriage and intimacy but sometimes feel ill at ease as parents. They do indulge their children but get very put out by the upheavals that children will sometimes impose on parents. Rabbits will not let their child smash the best vase or write on their  beautiful walls. When it goes wrong they will oscillate between anger and laughter.
Generally Rabbits get on very well with Oxen, other Rabbits, Snakes, Sheep, Dogs and Pigs. With Rats they dislike the extreme lifestyle of the Rat; with Tigers they have trouble with the Tiger’s daredevilry; with Dragons they have to be second and endure otherwise they are forced into a confrontation which they dislike. With Horses they have to be loving and comforting otherwise it falls apart. With Monkeys they find that the Monkey’s principles may clash with the high standards that Rabbits always maintain. With Roosters they can clash as the two signs are opposite each other in the zodiac. The Rabbit loses his legendary tolerance pretty soon with a Rooster. Of course, these are quick comparisons and a proper reading is only done with a full Chinese zodiac chart.


Famous people born in the Year of the Rabbit:-   Scientists: Marie Curie, Max Ernst, Albert Einstein.
Politicians and campaigners: Gordon Brown, Leon Trotsky, Fidel Castro, Leon Trotsky, Garibaldi, Eva Peron, Stalin, Queen Victoria.
Entertainers and film celebrities: Frank Sinatra, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, Whitney Houston, Anjelica Huston, Drew Barrymore, Edith Piaf, Fanny Brice, Helen Hunt, Jane Seymour, Joan Crawford, George Michael, Jet Li, Quentin Tarantino, Kate Winslet, Natasha Richardson, Edith Paif, and Tina Turner.
Sports stars: Tiger Woods, David Beckham.
Writers and artists: Orson Wells, John Keats, Paul Klee, Henry Miller, Toscannini, Grieg, Offenbach, Sir Walter Scott,
Religious: Pope Benedict XVI, Martin Luther, Confucius.


The year is always made up of two parts, the Chinese animal sign and the year element. The Year of the Rabbit is made up of two elements with Yin Metal element sitting on top of Yin Wood. The Chinese calendar year goes on 60 year cycle. This means we have experienced the year of Yin Metal over the Rabbit in 1951. This was the year when the Korean War was at its fiercest when the Chinese and North Koreans captured Seoul in January then the UN troops recaptured the capital in March. Nuclear competition went ahead with many countries testing their atomic weapons. And in July King Abdullah of Jordan was assassinated by a Palestinian in Jerusalem. In the USA the Rosenbergs were sentenced to death for espionage. Metal over Wood is often associated with war in history. The clash between Metal and Wood shows here.

On the other hand the peaceful needs of the Rabbit in 1951 led to –  in April 1951 the Treaty of Paris was signed, establishing the European Coal and Steel Community. This was the first of several deals that eventually became the European Union. In July was the beginning of armistice negotiations that led to the end of hostilities on the Korean peninsula. And, in September, Australia, New Zealand and the United States signed a mutual defence pact called ANZUS. The peace treaty with Japan and the US was also signed that year.

There could be some aggressiveness when it comes to fighting for causes, but its not likely to be dominant. Yin Metal is also more thoughtful in contrast to Yang Metal which pushes ahead impulsively. Under the Rabbit’s influence, there is more empathy with only occasional lapses.  So this can be a very different year from last year – ‘Let there be peace, and let it begin with me’, is the Rabbit motto. The Tiger year made tidal waves, but the Rabbit mends things. Diplomacy is more likely. If you want to improve your chances of success, you need to negotiate and co-operate rather than try to force your ideas and methods on others in 2011. It’s a time to kiss and make up. Forgive all and let’s all get along. If in 2010 the emphasis was on drama and excitement, its now on harmony. 

The Chinese character for Yin Metal represents decorative objects such as jewellery and bracelets, but it can also symbolise a small metal weapon, or a dagger. Thus the possibility of assassination by knives for leaders is here in 2011. Metal in general is associated with the quality of leadership, loyalty to friends, brotherhood, and justice. Yin Metal possesses a quality of loyalty and justice, however it appears more gentle on the outside.  As Wood element symbolises trees and the environment, expect that Metal attacking Wood will cause accidents leading to more destruction of the environment. Natural disasters such as forest fires may cause more damage.

The Rabbit year is going to be the time to attack the most difficult issues you face. You have one of your best chances of achieving breakthroughs. If you do run into stiff opposition, don’t give up but be persistently negotiable and you will be assisted to get through the difficulties.


Its very appropriate to look at Lewis Carroll’s character this year as white is one of the colours of Metal and its a Rabbit year. The White Rabbit is a fictional character in his book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. He appears at the beginning of the book wearing a waistcoat, and muttering “Oh dear! Oh dear! I shall be too late!” Alice follows him down the rabbit hole into Wonderland. Alice encounters him again when he mistakes her for the housemaid Mary Ann and she becomes trapped in his house after growing too large. The Rabbit shows up again in the last few chapters, as a herald-like servant of the King and Queen of Hearts.

When I searched through internet media with the term “white rabbit” I found 47 references to plays, films and TV with this character in them. The White Rabbit isr certainly a strange and topsy character who will have quite some impact on the way we experience this year. Many of us are to experience White Rabbit moments in our growth in 2011. In fact, some of the growth on the planet this year will mean we will collectively experience these metaphysical moments in 2011. I would not underestimate the growthful and insightful experiences that the year will bring as the White Rabbit of Wonderland fame is our totem animal for 2011. We will very likely have to choose between taking the red pill or the blue pill as in the movie The Matrix.

In Television and Film – In Lost, the White Rabbit is alluded to several times in the series. First it is the name of the episode, and John Locke claims that Jack is chasing the White Rabbit in the form of his father. The White Rabbit is also the symbol for the Looking Glass Station and is also carrying a clock with it.

In Star Trek, near the beginning of the 1966 episode “Shore Leave,” the White Rabbit appears to Doctor McCoy.

The Matrix – Neo is told to follow the White Rabbit on his computer screen in a “waking up” metaphor. Seconds later, his doorbell rings, and when he opens the door he finds a woman with a tattoo of a white rabbit on her shoulder. She takes him to the club and who is waiting for him there, at the club? A beautiful woman named Trinity (the trinity of the godhead?) – the path to his transformation. He meets Morpheus who says in that early scene, “This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.”

Alice in Wonderland –  in Tim Burton’s 2010 film, the White Rabbit works for the Red Queen, but is also a secret member of the Underland Underground Resistance, and was sent by the Mad Hatter to search for Alice. Johnny Depp who is a Rabbit year person, is the Mad Hatter character in the film. 

Jefferson Airplane wrote an inspired psychedelia song in 1967, White Rabbit . The first lines – “One pill makes you larger, And one pill makes you small, And the ones that mother gives you, Don’t do anything at all. Go ask Alice, When she’s ten feet tall”.  If you want to be in the White Rabbit mood watch them on Youtube.com HERE



The five basic Chinese Elements represent different parts of the body – Metal relates to the skin, nose, body hair, mucus and the lungs. Health problems in a Metal year can therefore be around breathing problems through influenza. Yin Metal is associated with the lungs and breathing and therefore those with weakness in the lungs can have it lead to more illnesses. Problems related to poor air quality, allergies and flu will be serious in 2011.

The Rabbit is Yin wood which is the neck and the back . Metal attacking Wood causes problems with back pain and motion sickness plus things such as Parkinson’s disease and bone issues. Good examples of Metal attacking Wood causing these illnesses  are Stephen Hawking, Mohammad Ali, and Michael J. Fox. Their condition is caused by too strong Metal attacking the Wood element, and damaging its movement. Wood rules the liver, and the Rabbit/ Rooster zodiac orientation this year generates liver problems. There is an absence of Fire element this year and this brings stomach issues, weak heart and poor circulation. Its very important to look at your intake of antioxidants. With Metal sitting on Wood it weakens Metal so 2011 is also not favourable for people who have weak immune systems. Take immune system boosters.


The Metal element of 2011 brings prosperity to Fire industries and productivity to Earth industries. The Fire industry includes finance, entertainment and energy. In economics Fire element is usually the driving force behind the stock market. The Five Elements strongly affect people’s moods. In general Fire is joy, Water is fear, Earth is meditation/support, Metal is sadness and Wood is anger. In 2011, the Rabbit is pure Wood, it is not as strong at generating Fire as the Tiger year. The economy will not be fast moving this year but there is stronger Fire in the northern summer in 2011, so the stock market will continue to be active in the middle of the year. However, with strong Water coming in 2012, the Water Dragon year, we have to watch for setbacks in the northern autumn/ winter of 2011.

The Metal year brings action to Earth industries which include property, hotels, mining, and insurance. The second best industries are Water ones. Water industries are shipping, beverages, transport, and communications. Metal needs Fire to melt it into useful tools, and with the absence of Fire in 2011 its not great for Metal industries like banking, machinery, hi-technology, and cars. The industry which is not favoured again this year is Wood – this includes forestry, furniture, fashion, textiles, paper, media, newspapers, magazines and environmental protection, so its an uphill year for them.


In traditional Feng Shui assessments there are flying numbers called Flying Stars that arrive in different sectors of the house each year to influence a building’s good and bad fortune. In the year of the Rabbit the Flying Star numbers that create challenges in your home will move on to new locations (see my 2010 Chinese Forecast). There are prosperous energies and the illness and breakdown energies. The good fortune numbers are 8 and 9 and the sickness numbers are 5 and 2. The two most consequential are the number 5 (called the Yellow Five), and the number 8 (called the White Star). These new numbers move into place on the 4th February each year, the beginning of the solar year, and its always good to have your remedies in place in the last weeks of January as their influence begins to grow from then on.

The yearly prosperous numbers bring a fortunate effect on your house if they fall into the front door, the office or your bedroom and the illness numbers can bring health problems for you. Its advantageous to consult a Feng Shui practitioner to find out exactly where these energies are going to be this year and what impact they’ll have on the resident Flying Stars in your own home. What I’ve written here is a good beginning guide. 

Feng Shui energies change from year to year. Therefore, it is necessary to watch for the reallocation of good and bad energies at the beginning of each year, so that we can take precautions if the negative influence happens to land at important locations in our home or office. In the year of the Rabbit, the bad energy called “Five Yellow” – symbolising obstacles and misfortune, arrives at the East. If your East sector of the house is an important area such as bedroom or main entrance, its recommended that you hang a metal wind chime there to dissolve this bad energy. The worst months will be in March, June, and December. Another bad star number 2, symbolising sickness, will arrive in the South in 2011. The traditional method to cure this 2 is to hang six metal coins in the affected area in the South of the house. The Grand Duke (the compass direction of the Rabbit) this year is in the East, hence it is not good to do earthworks or create substantial construction work in this direction. Don’t challenge him by facing his direction, but face towards a better direction. If your office desk faces to the East turn it to another suitable position until the year is over. Its not recommended to sit with your back against the West as you will be sitting against the unfavourable energy called the “Three Shars” or “Three Killings”. The west is the “crash ” position confronting the Grand Duke which is no good this year.

The Green Star 3 (called the Phantom of Misfortune) is a star of conflict and robbery. This is present in the North of the house. It is necessary to put a piece of bright red paper in the North to minimise it. Also the Red Star 7 (called the Spirit of Solemnity), representing scandals, gossip, and back stabbing is in the Centre. A traditional solution for the Red Star 7 is to place 3 pieces of bamboo grown in a glass water vase in the Centre if you can fit it here.

During 2011 the numbers 8 and 9 are found respectively in the NorthWest and the West of your house. With the number 8 in the N.West of your home, depending on the design of the building its abundance may not always be able to be taken advantage of. If your office or main room is here then you can be blessed with an abundant flow of supportive energy this year. The N.West is ruled by the element Metal which is about the systems, creativity, leadership, management, administration and good neighbours. To make it work for you avoid any blocking energies in those two sectors. Give them a good sweep out and clean all windows and doors. Get rid of clutter. If its appropriate, add flowing water to the N.West. And the father of the family this year will be fortunate in businesses to do with these areas.


If you belong to the Rabbit’s favourite group – if your sign is Rabbit, Sheep or Pig, you are most likely to have a great year. Make an effort to follow your dreams, seize opportunities and enjoy those peaceful moments. Other signs with good prospects this year include the Ox, Tiger, Dragon, Snake, and Dog. Those that might want to hold back a bit include the Rat, Horse, Monkey, and Rooster. The Rooster is opposite the Rabbit in the zodiac and for people born in the year of Rooster, it is recommended you carry the pendant of a Dog which will help to attract away the difficulties and minimise the negative influence of the ‘clash’. People born in the Rooster year will experience a turbulent year with more changes and movement.

People who are used to being on the go are likely to be unhappy with the Rabbit’s leisurely pace. You’ll find yourself in trouble if you try to move too fast. The Tiger, being the Yang to the Rabbit’s Yin, will do well by modifying its style. This year the cautious, slow but sure approach is likely to win more than a flat-out running one.

Rabbits who work with sensitivity in business dealings are best suited to do well in the year ahead. Those compatible with the Rabbit, the Sheep, Dog and Pig in particular, may also find the year inspiring them to greater personal happiness and professional success. Those born in the other signs will feel it difficult, depending on how flexible they are to the mood of 2011. Those who negotiate personal or business issues sympathetically will make good karma for the year in 2011. 

What’s in store for each of the twelve animal signs in 2011? As we now have a Yin Metal year, the element Metal works well with Earth and Water but it breaks down or destroys Wood and Fire melts Metal. If you are a Metal person then this year can be good overall. Look at the elements that make up each zodiac sign below. Remember though, that this is only a simple guide as a proper forecasts for 2011 looks at your Four Pillars Chart which is your full Chinese zodiac chart. It uses Year, Month, Day and the Hour of birth to get a true picture of your character.  Try – http://www.fourpillars.net/calculator.php for a full calculation of your chart.

THE RAT (Water): (1912, ’24, ’36, ’48, ’60, ’72, ’84, ’96, ’08)  A reasonable year for the Rat, with some good luck. You will face problems which can cause you to be in many mixed-up situations. If there are obstacles then you may feel stressed by them this year. The year  requires you to stay calm and be careful so as to avoid accidents. You have the opportunity to go abroad for business and if it comes, it will help to more fully develop your potential. Avoid gossip and keep a low profile. This year love is good, romance may be in the air. The opposite sex can act as an assistance for you in your career.

THE OX (Earth): (1913, ’25, ’37, ’49, ’61, ’73, ’85, ’97, ’09)  This year is quieter so your fortunes may be low. Your work pressures are heavy, and there will be interference to obstruct you. Watch out for duplication of your efforts. If it looks like hard work that earns you your money. Work and wealth are steady, and if faced with problems, resolve them quickly by calming yourself. Take more rest times and pay attention to your physical health. This year health revolves around heart, kidney and joint problems.

THE TIGER (Wood): (1914, ’26, ’38, ’50, ’62, ’74, ’86, ’98, ’10)   Your fortune in the Rabbit year will pick up, but it’s still about average. There may be some obstacles in your work but if there is a will, you do not need to worry too much because there is an honoured Star here to lend a hand. That will help solve your problems. This year improves on relationships. Keep a low profile, and this will prevent any fault finding from others at work. Physical health issues may affect your work. Also pay attention to traffic safety on the roads. You may feel somewhat emotionally unstable this year which may leads to disagreements with partners or family.

THE RABBIT (Wood): (1915, ’27, ’39, 51, ’63, ’75, ’87, ’99, ’11) You may encounter obstacles this year in the things you do. You don’t have enough to lend a hand in your career and are prone to possible pressures. You need to stay positive and strive to move ahead, and try as much as you can to improve social skills for the future. You will be prone to emotional problems, and encounter mood swings, maybe a temper which is sometimes difficult to control – unusual for a Rabbit. This year, pay attention to your health, and stay alert to prevent accidents. Wealth is quiet and its not suitable for high-risk investments. Carry out tasks step by step to avoid any problems that may affect your progress.

THE DRAGON (Earth): (1916, ’28, ’40, ’52, ’64, ’76, ’88, ’00, ’12)   You gain lucky stars and the difficult ones are minimised. Therefore its a good year ahead for you. There will be many who will support you at work but there will be some damage caused by a few people. Your  communications with others is vital so improve interpersonal relationships, and your career does well. This year work gets easier and more efficient. In business wealth is very smooth, and you can see returns on your investments. Your love life is good and warm. Your health issues may revolve around insomnia, or stomach and breathing problems.  In marriage have clear discussions with each other and make sure you have good understanding and patience for each other’s character and personality.

THE SNAKE (Fire): (1917, ’29, ’41, ’53, ’65, ’77, ’89, ’01, ’13)
For the Snake there are some obstacles in the Rabbit year. You have to control yourself in the investments area and do not forge business partnerships with anyone just yet. Pay close attention to your health, as you may find it difficult to focus and feeling lethargic may lead to emotional instability and personal disputes. Seek plenty of rest time to prevent you getting distracted at work or in marriage. Its best not to get into any gossip and avoid trouble. For the Snake this year, its suggested that you will experience numerous mood swings so be calm. Wealth is average.

THE HORSE (Fire): (1918, ’30, ’42, ’54, ’66, ’78, ’90, ’02, ’14)  The Horse will be reasonably fortunate in the Rabbit year, especially females. You will encounter someone in your work this year who will assist you. There’s a good opportunity for promotion and pay rise as well, but be careful of disputes with others. In this year of good fortune, business will bloom but you need to know how to hold onto the money. Do not fall into any money scams. Take precautions against theft, and lock windows and doors. This year is a good year to meet a partner and its time to consider your future happiness if not married. Health is average so pay more attention to exercise and get ample rest.

THE SHEEP (Earth): (1907, ’19, ’31, ’43, ’55, ’67, ’79, ’91, ’03)  Its a mixture of good and bad luck for Sheep people. There’ll be pay and advancement opportunities at work but there may be disputes or misunderstandings by those who are out to undermine you. There may be some business barriers and some legal problems around. Your wealth is average this year and you may find it hard to save, though there are good investments about for you. Married couples need to protect their relationship and be open with each other. Pay attention to safety issues while driving and obey those traffic rules. Its a good year to expand your career and you will gain support from fellow colleagues and will be able to display your leadership capabilities. You will be able to attain good fortune in your career. Couples should communicate more and difficult stuff be brought up in order to clarify the relationship.

THE MONKEY (Metal): (1908, ’20, ’32, ’44, ’56, ’68, ’80, ’92, ’04) You have a moderate Star shining on you this year. You may encounter issues at work – stay positive and have faith and work against any obstacles. Lack of communication may lead to arguments with colleagues therefore you should stay away from clashes. Learn to do your financial management this year and be careful with your valuables with theft. Love is good for the singles, and there will be a chance for romance. If married, avoid any unnecessary outside influences. For your health this year, pay attention to rest periods to prevent fatigue. Work is good this year and can bring a good increase in your prosperity. You may encounter a surprise windfall from good people around you.

THE ROOSTER (Metal): (1909, ’21, ’33, ’45, ’57, ’69, ’81, ’93, ’05)   You will encounter obstacles in your work in 2011 due to issues over verbal spats or you may be framed by others this year. Money will be a worry as well. Get to know more about financial management, be thrifty and do not throw money away on useless things. Do not go as a guarantor or lend money to others this year. There will be ups and downs for your love life and some possible problems with marriage. You’ll be moody at times due to pressures at work and you should seek advice if feeling unwell or rundown. Delays will be bad for your health. You may suffer with poor relationships and frequent mood swings this year and its easy for disputes to happen with your partner. Both of you must learn to be patient with each other, understand and care for each other to maintain the relationship. 

THE DOG (Earth): (1910, ’22, ’34, ’46, ’58, ’70, ’82, ’94, ’06)  The Dog will benefit this year due to the presence of a lucky Star. You will achieve good study results and in your work, will receive help and support from another which will lead to excellence and more pay. Its a good year for investments and you may wish to expand yourself overseas. Take good care of your valuables to prevent theft. You will have luck with relationships this year, and couples with a long relationship can start planning for marriage. Health is good but extra attention must be paid to food and diet. Allocate time for rest, exercise and social activities. Pay attention to the health status of older family members, and show them more concern.

THE PIG (Water): (1911, ’23, ’35, ’47, ’59, ’71, ’83, ’95, ’07)   There are quiet stars for you this year. You can run into people who may harm you with disputes and rumours and this can make you very moody. There may be a few controversies around you. Financial issues are important  this year so learn to manage your wealth well. However, the Pig does not care too much for dollars, as you are one of the signs that’s good with money. Married couples may find difficulties so look to develop more communication skills. You may suffer some health issues this year so pay attention to any symptoms of illness that may arise. Avoid fast foods and pay attention to digestion and stomach problems. 

All the best of success, abundance and good luck for the Rabbit year of 2011.

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