Chinese Horoscopes for Week Commencing: Monday 18 March 2019

   Rat Monday 18 March 2019  1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008
This might be a low key week for you, but there are some exciting undercurrents. For the Rat, the month of the Rabbit puts the focus on home and family matters, something that the always busy Rat often doesn’t have the time to make a priority. In the lead up to Thursday’s Full Moon, you might find that there is some work/life balance tension, as the Rabbit tries to keep you grounded, during what is likely to be a busy and exciting week, especially on the professional front. Yet the Rabbit will have its way and might try and put its foot down during Thursday’s Full Moon. However, on the other side, any tensions will ease back and with the playful month of the Dragon just two weeks away, you’ll appreciate the value of these work/life balance reminders. Thursday’s Full Moon could trigger coincidences or moments where fate puts you in the right place at the right time.
 
   Ox Monday 18 March 2019  1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009
For the Ox, the month of the Rabbit is always a good month for communication, but in a way that is not your normal style. The Ox is straight to the point and tends to see things in black and white, recognising what needs to be said and just saying it. This can cause you to wonder why you need the Rabbit, as you do fine on your own. However, the Rabbit is an intuitive creature, allowing you to read between the lines and get an intuitive read on people and situations that reveals the more subtle nuances. In addition, a mix of intuition and logic, imagination and intelligence allows you to think outside the square. This will make all your conversations more meaningful, realising that conversations are more than just an exchange of words and that it is not just about making statements. Your listening skills and your perception are greatly enhanced this week.
 
   Tiger Monday 18 March 2019  1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010
Chances are, if you aren’t quite brimming with confidence, you are so close to being there that at small about of ‘faking it till you make it’ will get you over the line. This is likely to have you expecting more, both financially and from everything you value or feel you deserve. All of a sudden you’re not so ready to accept less or to settle, feeling you deserve more and therefore are asking for more. You can thank the Rabbit for that, whose job it is to boost your confidence, update your expectations and where possible attract income opportunities. This year the Rabbit is empowered by falling under the umbrella of the Year of the Pig. The Rabbit and Pig are not only the best of friends but for the Tiger, this is an expansive professional year. This gives the Rabbit’s income potential something to work with.
 
   Rabbit Monday 18 March 2019  1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011
Thursday’s Full Moon will bring you to the halfway point of the month of the Rabbit, but chances are you are already more than halfway to taking your power back. The month of the Rabbit comes around once a year, always around this time of year and with it, you both begin a new personal 12 month lunar year and have a chance to reconnect with your personal truth. You were born in the Year of the Rabbit, with the month of the Rabbit the next best thing when it comes to returning to that source energy. The start of a new 12 month lunar cycle also makes this a good time for new beginnings and to take your power back. This year feels and is different and you can thank the Year of the Pig for that. The Rabbit and Pig are the best of friends and as well as support now, the Pig makes it clear that he will have your back for the rest of this lunar year.
 
   Dragon Monday 18 March 2019  1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012
For you, the month of the Rabbit is a holding month, a month when you get to pull back, recharge your batteries and wait. The problem is, none of this comes naturally for the Dragon, who would rather rush forward, ready or not. This enforced go slow can be frustrating for the Dragon, but the Rabbit is the Zen master that you need, telling you to slow down, breathe and take time to smell the coffee. This is all preparation for the month of the Dragon, which begins early next month. It is then that you will have a chance to rush forward, open new doors and throw yourself into life. Thursday’s Full Moon marks the halfway point in the month of the Rabbit and if you haven’t yet spent time in life’s slow lane, this will be a reminder. A Full Moon is an important point in any lunar month, bringing the messages you most need to hear.
 
   Snake Monday 18 March 2019  1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013
Thursday’s Full Moon marks the halfway point in the month of the Rabbit and with it comes a sense of urgency. Not because there is anything you need to address and more, with this social and serendipitous month half over, there is a need to embrace this while you can. This year this is even more special, for this is happening within the confines of the Year of the Pig. Not only are the Pig and Rabbit the best of friends, this is also a chance for the Pig’s focus on your relationships and the Rabbit’s focus on friendship, to come together. On Thursday’s Full Moon and the days immediately after, the laws of synchronicity will be more pronounced, with following your gut a lot more likely to put you in the right place at the right time. In a week that favours personal and professional networking, friendship and relationship building, this is when coincidences are more likely.
 
   Horse Monday 18 March 2019  1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014
This is likely to be a busy week or at least the first four days, with a chance to pull back from Friday. The dynamics of any lunar month are that it begins and ends on a New Moon and peaks on a Full Moon, at the halfway point. While the Moon is waxing, towards Thursday’s Full Moon, everything is building and the more you are able to put everything you have into everything you do, the more you will ultimately have to work with. A Full Moon can bring things to head, turning and/or tipping point and this week that is especially so on both the job and professional fronts. After the Full Moon, the Moon begins to wane and it then becomes more about tying up loose ends and letting things play out. The month of the Rabbit will still have another two weeks to run, but the real investment is required in the first four days of the week.
 
   Goat Monday 18 March 2019  1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015
There is a real chance to play hooky this week, with Thursday’s Full Moon likely to both create a sense of urgency and bring some timely work/life balance reminders. Any lunar month begins and ends on a New Moon, with a Full Moon halfway between the two. Therefore any Full Moon will bring you to the halfway point in the lunar month, with the difference this time being that this is one month you don’t want to end. For the Goat, the month of the Rabbit is an adventurous month. However, for the first time in 12 years, this is playing out during the Year of the Pig. The Goat, Rabbit and Pig are the ‘Three Amigos’, the best of friends. Under the Rabbit’s adventurous and the Pig’s playful influence, life feels and is a lot more exciting. Thursday’s Full Moon doesn’t just sound the ‘two weeks to go’ bell, it alerts you to the fact that the more professionally focused month of the Dragon is just around the corner.
 
   Monkey Monday 18 March 2019  1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016
Every other week we have a New or a Full Moon, which means we are either entering or leaving a lunar month or have reached the halfway point in one. This makes the passage of any lunar year fly by and that is especially so this year, with Thursday’s Full Moon marking the halfway point in the second month of this lunar year. This also marks the halfway point in the month of the Rabbit, a month that is especially good for money matters for the Monkey. Especially if you work with the Rabbit and contribute to taking your financial power back. The Rabbit gives you a financially savvy edge and a sixth sense when it comes to money matters, but how you choose to use it is up to you. With the playful month of the Dragon starting early next month, this is a good time to put money aside that is fun and gives you an incentive to save.
 
   Rooster Monday 18 March 2019  1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017
While the month of the Rabbit comes along at around this time every year, each year will be different, depending on how this interacts with the energy of the year itself. This year the stars have aligned in your favour, turning what can be a challenging month for the Rooster, into a real advantage. The Rooster and Rabbit are opposing signs and in opposition, this can create tension. With the Rabbit putting the focus on your relationships, this can create challenges and some relationship tension. However, for the first time in 12 years the month of the Rabbit is playing out during Year of the Pig and that changes everything. Not only are the Rabbit and Pig the best of friends, giving you and your relationships a feeling of being supported, but this gives you a lot of support on the communication front. For the Rooster, communication is everything and especially on the relationship front. This year you will feel listened to, while being better able to express yourself.
 
   Dog Monday 18 March 2019  1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018
There is something about Thursday’s Full Moon that is likely to be personally empowering, while also giving you the energy and motivation to put everything you have into everything you do. These are two separate things, but they come together to give you a sense of invincibility. On the one hand, at the halfway point in the month of the Rabbit, which puts the focus on work and job matters, the waxing Moon is giving everything you put your time and energy into, some real momentum. While the month of the Rabbit comes along at around this time every year, for the first time in 12 years this falls during the potentially lucrative Year of the Pig. This could see this Full Moon trigger developments on the income and job fronts. Yet this Full Moon also harks back to the Year of the Dog, which ended last month, bringing a surge of personal empowerment.
 
   Pig Monday 18 March 2019  1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019
A Full Moon is an important point in any lunar month and serves a number of functions. The first is to mark the halfway point of any lunar month, letting you know that the month is half over and to alert you to the new lunar month, now just two weeks away. The other function is to serve as a pull to gain as much momentum as possible. On the waxing Moon everything is building, with a lot of energy in the days leading up to the Full Moon. Then, when the Moon begins to wane and the focus is more on winding things up, as you prepare for the next lunar month. Each one of the those functions is likely to spark a sense of urgency, as you reach the halfway point of the playful month of the Rabbit. Like reaching the crest of a hill and getting a view of what lies ahead, all of a sudden you are aware that the busy month of the Dragon is just around the corner.