Feng Shui Horoscopes: Part 3 – Your Personality & Characteristics
Each animal sign in the Chinese horoscope moulds the personality and characteristics of those born in that year, as well as that year’s course of events. Everyone is born under an animal sign according to their year of birth in the Chinese calendar. There are twelve animal signs in the Chinese zodiac, one for each year, which runs in a twelve year cycle. Each animal has a certain set of characteristics that affects the personality and behaviour of a person born under that animal sign. Some of the signs get along well together, but there are those who find it difficult to tolerate one another’s company! The twelve Chinese animal signs are as follows:
Each animal sign has a few well known characteristics, and here are some examples. People born in the year of the rat are sentimental and money-oriented. Oxen are hardworking and stubborn. The tiger is passionate and commanding. The cat is cool and collected – even in a crisis. The snake is charming and sensual. The horse is ambitious and successful. The goat is fun-loving and prefers to live in green surroundings. The monkey has a great sense of humour but can be quite lazy. The rooster is talkative and loves attention. The dog is loyal and trusting. The pig is naïve and fond of their food. Each year is also influenced by the animal sign of that year. For instance, the dragon is considered generous and lucky, so the year of the dragon will be a generous and lucky year for everyone.
Next week, my latest weekly blog on Feng Shui Horoscopes continues with Part 4 – The Way You Interact with Others.