what the animals of the zodiac have to say to youwhat the animals of the zodiac have to say to you
The Chinese horoscope comprises of twelve animals, forming a twelve-year cycle and each animal is related to a year and has its own attributes. These twelve animals are derived from a legend about Buddha who invited all the animals to join him for New Year’s Day but only twelve went. As a reward he promised to name a year for each one in order of their arrival and thus the cycle starts with the rat followed by the ox, the tiger, the rabbit, the dragon, the snake, the horse, the goat, the monkey, the rooster, the dog and ends with the pig.
In the Chinese horoscope, those born in the year of the rat are considered to be imaginative, charming, clever and good with money. People in the year of the ox are diligent and rather silent individuals. However, they tend to get irritated a lot and are often obstinate. Individuals who are in the year of the tiger are sensitive, emotional and thoughtful but they are sometimes impatient. Born leaders, they often have conflicts with authority. Those born in the year of the rabbit, they are deemed to be talented, popular and ambitious. Well-liked by others, they are make good entertainers. Nevertheless, they are afraid of changes and are rather pessimistic.
The dragon in the Chinese horoscope consists of people who are in good health and full of energy. They are dependable and honest but also tend to be impatient and obstinate. Those in the year of the snake are profound, logical and fortunate with money issues. However, they are often distrustful and prefer to take matters in their own hands. People in the year of the horse are good-humored beings and good life-planners. They are artistic but can get impatient when something disturbs their plans. Those in the year of the sheep are characterized by their kindness and good nature but they can be shy and pessimistic.
People in the year of the monkey in the Chinese horoscope are intelligent and flexible. They are good problem solvers but tend to look down on others. Those in the year of the rooster are thoughtful and capable but can get aggressive. People in the year of the dog are friendly and reliable but can get headstrong and egoistic. The year of the pig has people who are chivalrous and energetic but they tend to be selective.