Writing Your Own Story
The year of the water Rabbit brings some very interesting energy for you, Dragon. This is quieter energy that allows for planning, contemplation, rest and recuperation. This year, you can gather your strength and consolidate your power. This is a good year for Dragon natives to stabilize relationships as well as your career. But you also might take time off to travel and spend more time with friends and family. There’s a happy year ahead for you in 2023.
In 2023, you are in the last year of your twelve-year cycle. If you consider the twelve-year cycle like a year on the farm, this is the very end of winter. It isn’t the time for doing new things. Doing familiar activities brings the most success. You might go back to school this year, but you also have all the knowledge and experience from the last eleven years to capitalize on. Dragon, this is a time to consider what you want to keep (and keep doing) and what you want to let go of as you move into your new cycle next year.
You’re lucky in the areas of education and travel this year. You can find great teachers who will help you find exactly the information you’re looking for. When you want to travel, you can find discounted tickets and free lodging with friends and family. There’s also luck around legal matters, especially for finishing up a lawsuit, settling a legal action or testing for a professional license.
At times you might feel impatient, but it’s not quite time to start new things. That would be like trying to plant seeds in the middle of winter. However, if you’re willing to start small and nurture the energy, you could get a head start on what it is you want to accomplish. But in general, Dragon, this is not the time to push forward. Instead, contemplate how far you’ve come and plan for the future.
This will be quite a social year for Dragon natives. There’s good energy for relationships and expanding your circle of friends. You might find that you get many invitations to go places and do things. There’s also positive energy around getting involved in your community. You might work with a charity or a political party. This will also bring people to you who have knowledge and resources. These people are willing to help you.