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Taking a Softer More Flexible Approach

The month of March represents two dynamics. First is the archetype of the Rabbit. Symbolically, the rabbit teaches us to stop, look, and listen so you can avoid difficulties. In many myths and legends, Rabbits act as guides between heaven and earth. As a matter of fact, if you view the rabbit's physical attributes, it represents a prayerful life as it puts its paws in prayer position each time they wash their faces. You can capitalize on their prayerful nature this month by communing with higher self for life guidance. Be silent and quiet the endless chatter of your conscious thoughts, so the Divine can get a word in edgewise.

Rabbits are also sound navigators staying close to the earth. They have a keen sense of where they are even in darkness. It's as if they intuitively know exactly where they are going even in unfamiliar surroundings. This is a tremendous trait to acquire to build your self-confidence while navigating your own path.

Rabbit energy encourages you to be diligent and aware of what is happening at all times. They provide subtle reminders to tune into your instincts so you have time to change direction from a situation that is detrimental. Rabbits are also excellent planners and can escape any situation by creating small holes and caves. The key takeaways here are to learn the importance of trusting your instincts, take time to plan effectively, and always leave yourself with a viable exit route.

The second dynamic for the month of March is the Wind. In feng shui literature, the wind represents the trigram Xun, also known as fortunate blessings. The element of wind or air represents your spirit or soul. It stands for completeness, peace, tranquility, and contentment.

Wind or air is considered one of the four basic elements that make up he substance of the world. Upon the wind rides our intentions, prayers, and disperses seeds to help plants grow and reproduce. It symbolizes the breath of life (Prana/Chi). The wind or air reminds us there is much more to this world then we can see, it also teaches us we must grow and change as the world does likewise.