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Rat Chinese astrology

CHINESE ASTROLOGY
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RAT

A person born in the rat year is imaginative, charming and a devoted friend and family member who protects his loved ones and is just as careful with his money. For Rotten, it means a lot to know who likes you and who you can trust. The rat treats its most loyal friends with extra protection, generosity, attention and smiles.

Behind the smile, however, is a plan from the Rat’s side. A plan motivated by self-interest that often involves money. Money can be a problem if Rotten is not aware of all his priorities and desires. It can be very easy to need the innate charm of Rotten. Although Rotten is often stingy in money matters, Rotten can be very generous to “those in the herd”, especially friends and family members who have proven their loyalty.

Rotten is a passionate lover with a deep strength in love and affection. A person born in the rat year is persistent, precise and detail-oriented. Although difficult situations can easily knock Rotten off the field, it never loses power. The rat likes to participate in exclusive gatherings, is outgoing and manages to spot opportunities and make them successful.

People take a quick stand on Rotten whether they love or hate Rotten. It is very valuable if Rotten learns to arrange the path of others and well above his own interests – only once in a while. If Rotten develops his personality so much that there is room for others to live with Rotten, not only in the shadow of it, but as an equal partner, Rotten can achieve a very happy life.

The perfect match for Rotten is Dragon! Here you get a partner who thinks and acts big. Dragons actually have enough in themselves, but thrive in relation to others who also have large arm movements. As a Rat, you should avoid Hare and Rooster.

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Legend has it that when the Buddha gathered the animal kingdom to determine how the world order could be restored, only twelve animals appeared. To reward the animals for their loyalty, the Buddha named one of the animals one year later. The twelve animals came to represent the Chinese time cycle, each representing one year in the order in which they arrived at the meeting.

The story behind the order of the animals' arrival is as follows:

The Buddha instructed his disciples to invite all the animals of the world. When the rat received the invitation, it turned to its best friend the cat and suggested that they wake each other up so that they could be the first to leave. The cat agreed to this, trusted his friend and fell asleep quickly. However, the rat was so cunning that it lay down to sleep in the bull to the ear knowing that the bull was used to waking up early.

At dawn the bull woke up as usual and began his long journey towards the kingdom of heaven. When it reached the gates of heaven, the rat jumped out of the bull to the ear and thus reached the Buddha first. The Buddha appointed each year in succession when the twelve animals arrived, first the rat, then the bull, the tiger, the hare, the dragon, the serpent, the horse, the goat, the monkey, the rooster, the dog and the pig. The cat never reached the Buddha to assert itself somewhere in the hierarchy, and that is why the cat and the rat are still enemies today.

Each person born under one year probably has characteristics and characteristics that are characteristic of the animal that represent their year of birth. For example, a person born in the year of the tiger is brave and courageous, while a person born in the year of the goat is gentle and trusting. The Chinese have great respect for astrology. Annual animals are believed to be able to bring a lot of luck, happiness and wealth to their owner.

Rat Chinese astrology The rat is inventive, charming and generous to those closest to him. They can also be temperamental and restless.

Ox Chinese astrology The bull is inspiring and makes people around them feel good. They are demanding, systematic and a bit stubborn.

Tiger Chinese astrology

Tigers are strong, bold, adventurous, charming and good at taking the initiative. They often take risks. Rabbit Chinese astrology Devoted, loving, nice and understanding people who usually have many friends. They are a bit shy and like luxury. Dragon Chinese astrology

Dragons are spiritually strong and individualistic. They are active and honest and know what they think! Snake Chinese astrology The Snake is an incurable romantic and likes to philosophize, which can make the Snake slow in the decision-making process. Very happy with the money.

Horse Chinese astrologyHorses work hard and are easy to take responsibility. They are known for being social and friendly. Astrology Goat A goat is charming and artistic. They often worry unnecessarily and often complain about small things. Dog Chinese astrology A monkey is intelligent and popular. Socially competent simply. They usually succeed in most things they do. Rooster Chinese astrology A rooster is very clear and says what he / she means in all situations. Sometimes they are perceived as wizards. Appearance is important for a rooster. Dog Chinese astrology

Honest and faithful, but can be concerned.

Pig Chinese astrology

A pig is honest and tolerant and often becomes a good friend, but they can sometimes love the good life a little too much.

The twelve zodiac signs are part of many different contexts in Chinese astrology, Chinese wisdom and feng shui. The essence of all the wisdom and spirituality that comes from the East - and thus also central to the concept of the signs of the twelve beasts - is that everything is connected.

For an oriental, it is important to know the happy element and the Chinese animal sign. These are natural landmarks in a world where you define yourself based on the relationships you enter into - more than you define yourself as an independent individual.

Thus, astronomy for a Chinese is not an independent discipline that can be practiced as needed. For a Chinese, astrology is not a hobby activity, but an integral part of Chinese everyday life where everything is the object of creating optimal harmony between yin and yang.

The balance and harmony between yin & amp; yang is not the goal in itself, but the position that will potentially bring the greatest progress, happiness, prosperity and luck, to the individual, the group, the village, the community, the nation and the world. as a whole.

Since this optimal state of harmony is believed to be of a volatile nature, it can be difficult to predict, even less consciously and consciously achieved and maintained. And the mindset is to constantly search for the optimal state of harmony, a way of living more than it becomes something you handle individually.

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