Chinese Zodiac Astrology | The Tiger

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The Tiger
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The Tiger is sensitive, emotional and great lovers. They are extremely competitive, especially when it comes to honoring or protecting those they love and care about. The Tiger needs independence but loves to dominate.

The Tiger is the epitome of restlessness, adventure and the urge to challenge life. Undeterred by conflict, the tiger welcomes every challenge and enemy with unyielding desire and zeal. Intensive and impatient by nature, the tiger always strives to do his best, regardless of the size of the task.

Exuberant, charming and persuasive, the tiger can convince even the most stubborn to consider his way of doing things.

The Tiger’s strong sense of dignity, together with the ability and desire to face challenges, make them good – albeit difficult – leaders. Always restless and alert, they are not afraid to go after what they want. Tigers are honest and expect others to be honest with them, but they take criticism and disapproval of their actions very seriously. Tigers have natural authority, they are very charming and fun to be with.

Tigers are extremely brave and usually come out victorious from a fight, whether it takes place in the boardroom or the bedroom. Seduction is an art that The Tiger masters to perfection. Warm, classy and with a raw understated sex appeal that strongly attracts all the other signs. The Tiger uses this art of seduction not only towards the opposite sex.

A Tiger will fight to the bitter end if it is a worthy cause and will use all means along the way. A bit of caution is good when dealing with a Tiger, as they can act out without warning and experience emotional swings more intensely than most.

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Your Chinese animals
You have four!

You have more than one Chinese animal. In fact, you have four! Your primary Chinese animal is from your birth year, but you also have an animal for your birth month as well as an animal for your birthday and birth hour.

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The animal for your year of birth represents your outer self. How you are generally perceived and characterized. People born 2022, 2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, 1962, 1950 etc. are born in the year of the Tiger.

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The animal in your birth month represents your inner animal. How you perceive yourself and want to be perceived by others. If you were born in February the 1st month (Yin), 4.2 – 5.3 you have the Tiger as your inner animal.

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The animal for your birthday is your true animal. You will increasingly have the characteristics of this animal as you grow older. If you want to know what day you were born, you can find it here. The tiger’s day of the week is Saturday.

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The animal in your time of birth represents your secret personality, personality traits that you have but hide from the outside world. These can be of both negative and positive nature. If you were born in hours 3-5, you have the Tiger as your secret animal.

This means that what motivates you deep inside is a sense of adventure and the desire to challenge life. The tiger is the symbol of restlessness. The tiger welcomes every challenge and enemy with unwavering desire and zeal. So if you feel the urge and longing to climb a mountain peak, it could be because your secret identity wants to get out on the field.

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Befriend your yearly animal!

The way to quickly benefit from Chinese Astrology is to remember that the greater degree of harmony, Yin-Yang that can be created in any situation – the greater degree of favorable fate, happiness and prosperity will come your way.

This means that you are aware of the position that will potentially bring the greatest progress, happiness, prosperity and luck to your Chinese animal. However, because this optimal position is assumed to be volatile in nature, it can be difficult to predict, let alone consciously and purposefully achieve and maintain.

Your navigation towards the optimal position is thus something that should often have your attention. The course must be continuously adjusted. The mindset of constantly striving towards the optimal state of harmony is a way of life.

To judge which action will take you in the direction of the optimal state of harmony, you get help from the Chinese animals.

You know your own Chinese animal and remember the two animals with which you are most in harmony, as well as the two animals with which you are least compatible. This applies to all people who cross your path – work-related, private, social etc.

With certain types, you can easily create prosperity, friendship, respect and mutual joy. And then it’s about being aware of and promoting the presence of these people in your life.

This is how you get wisdom, joy and help from Chinese astrology. In the first instance, forget that you are associated with different animal signs, forget about complicated calculations, forget about everything you have to look up to remember!

Just find your Chinese year animal, get to know it a little, and you are already well on your way to attracting luck, wealth, love, good health, good mood and generally a long happy life.

Give it a try!

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