The value of astrology is to understand the energetic calendar of each year, month, and day and how it interacts and affects your personal unique energy and life cycle. In Chinese astrology, the system of Five Elements is used to describe both the energy calendar of the cosmos and that of the individual. Your core element is your operating system, how you interact with the world, your personality traits, and your health vulnerabilities.
According to the Chinese horoscope, March 2023 is yi 乙 and mao 卯 both of which corresponds to the Wood element. However, unlike February which was characterized by “strong” or Yang Wood, March corresponds to a “weak” Yin Wood, which does not possess the aggressive, upward thrusting energy of “yang wood”—akin to a tree uplifting sidewalks and destroying structures around it. Yin wood is soft, like a grassy hillside blanketed with wildflowers and welcoming the arrival of spring. Therefore, we finally shake off the residual influence of the fierce Tiger of yesteryear and begin anew in the gentle nature of the Rabbit of 2023. The struggle for control between the Metal’s need for the process and the Wood for the outcome leads to more conflicts this month.
How does this month affect your core element and impact the “five healths” of your body, mind, relationship, work, and finance? If you don’t know your core element, take a short quiz here to find out. Read on for your personalized horoscope here.
Despite coming to the end of the cold season, your lungs will still be vulnerable along with your sinuses. As grass, trees, and flowers blossom, look out for more than usual allergy symptoms.
Tip: Take Quercetin to naturally lower histamine and clear your respiratory system.
Your sense of order and how the process should be may clash with the world that has different ideas than you, which can lead to uncertainty.
Tip: Boost your confidence and be a self-advocate with Qi Gong for Metal Element.
The continued clash between Wood and Metal persists through the end of this month, causing tension and strife.
Tip: Be flexible and don’t insist on processes that aren’t important simply because of habitual.
Your insistence on doing all the research and number crunching may lead to a delay in taking action.
Tip: Set a deadline and stick to it even if you are not quite finished with your due diligence.
The power struggle between getting things done and doing it right leads to standoff and decision paralysis.
Tip: State your objectives and clarify the process but let go of the control unless you are in the driver’s seat.
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