The Rooster is the tenth animal in the Chinese Zodiac. In 2022, the Rooster was one of the top 3. Not so in 2023. If you have a Rooster anywhere in your chart, get ready for changes.
The Rooster can appear in the month, day, hour and year of your birth chart. Click here to see and print your Natal Chart.
1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017
Embracing change is the theme in 2023 because the Rooster is opposite to the Rabbit, the animal of the year. Be prepared to overcome some obstacles. If you know that something needs to change, do it ahead of time, before it becomes an issue.
Be aware that things may not work out as easily this year. There may be changes in your social circle, industry, or work environment. Be alert and more thorough with your decisions. Avoid putting yourself in difficult situations, take things lightly, and have other options in mind.
You may experience high expenses this year. Learn to manage the outflow and be aware of your resources. Create a budget and make an investment plan if need be.
January, April & May.
Note this is based on solar months that start and end between the 4 or 8 of the month.
Unexpected changes can bring stress, particularly if you have more than 1 Rooster in your natal chart. Practice mindfulness, be aware of your thoughts and feelings, because they will play a big role in your emotional, spiritual, and physical health. Find a healthy outlet to let go of stress.
If you know something needs to be addresses or changed, be proactive and deal with it ahead of time. “Waiting for the other shoe to drop” may have a more negative impact on you.
Have a great 2023.