Rabbit zodiac forecast: Be careful of your health in 2021

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Rabbit zodiac. (Photo: iStock/Getty Images)
Rabbit zodiac. (Photo: iStock/Getty Images)

In the Golden Ox year, those born in the year of the Rabbit will see a malicious star entering your palace of life. Feng Shui and Numerology master Xie Yuanjin suggested that those born in the year of the Rabbit should avoid going to hospitals, funeral homes, and other places related to diseases and funerals. At the same time, they should pay more attention to their health. Be careful when going out. Going to the temple to light a bright lamp and pray for safety is recommended.

Good luck in wealth

In the monthly fortune section, those born in the Rabbit year have a better fortune in the first, seventh, ninth, and tenth lunar months. Good fortune and wealth outlook for the beginning of the new year; seventh, ninth, and tenth lunar months have good nobles helping you in your wealth. If you have important plans at work in the seventh month, you can move ahead with it as it is easy to get good results. The ninth lunar month is suitable for discussions on possible partnerships, and there will be progress in all aspects in the tenth month. However, be careful of overworking, leading to health issues in the tenth month.

The fifth, sixth, eighth, and eleventh lunar months are the months with poor luck. Xie reminds us that there will be a lot of pressure in the fifth and eighth months, and you will feel irritated easily. This will cause quarrels between you and others. Emotion management is critical in 2021. Surrounded by malicious people, the sixth month is one that you will be prone to injuries. Fortunately, there are nobles around you to reduce negative effects. Health-wise, women should pay attention in the eleventh month for any gynaecological problems and seek a doctor immediately if they feel unwell.

On the whole, those born in the year of the Rabbit should avoid funeral visits in 2021. It is most important to take care of yourself and your family's health. You can place Amethyst in the east of your home, and copper tortoise shells and gourds in the north sector to improve health outlook. You should also avoid sleeping in these two sectors.

If you want to improve your fortune, Xie suggests that you can place a cornucopia, a crystal cave or six emperors' money at home, according to the nature of your work. Those working in administrative jobs can place them in the south while business owners can put it in the west sector at home.

Analysis based on birth years

■Born in 1939, 83 years old:

Pay more attention this year, especially on health issues. It is not suitable for you to attend funerals.

■Born in 1951, 71 years old:

Smooth overall fortune, you can enjoy good interpersonal and family relationships.

■Born in 1963, 59 years old:

There are many opportunities in 2021, and you can showcase your abilities. Don't forget to take care of your health while hustling.

■Born in 1975, 47 years old:

While focusing on your career, you also worry about the elderly and children at home. There is a lot of stress on you so you must also focus on your health.

■Born in 1987, 35 years old:

With a pretty good overall outlook, you just have to manage your stress levels in 2021.

■Born in 1999, 23 years old:

Career change is possible. Face your obstacles head-on, and you can overcome them.

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