The Animals of the Chinese Zodiac - MONKEY

MONKEY

Years:

1908, 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004.

Hour:

3pm to 5pm (15:00 to 16:59)

Lucky for:

* finances - the perfect time of the day for money-making deals

* getting married

* making long-term commitments

Keywords:

restless energy, agile, audacious, activity, flirtatious, manipulative, quick intelligence, wit, energetic, resourceful, versatile, clever, persuasive, funny, sociable, interfering, hyperactivity, charming characters, success, communication, networking.

Negative:

sneaky, lying, sly, superficial, impudent, indolent.

Loves:

Dragons and Rats

Dislikes:

Tigers

Monkey’s natural exuberance, constant activity and generally catches up with them in the forms of fatigue, exhaustion and lack of motivation.

Monkeys, although always on the go, are great fun to be with and are enthusiastic about life, have times where their insecurities rear, plunging them into depression. This doesn’t last for long though, as their irrepressible sense of fun soon re-emerges.

Monkeys can be outrageously flirtatious and manipulative, and know exactly what they are doing at all times. They know what they want and usually get it.

Monkeys are on the go for days on end, then slump to gather their energy to start all over again.

They have a tendency to want to meddle and interfere with other’s lives, but usually have good intentions at heart.

Relationships:

The Ox will put up with the Monkey’s hyperactivity, and the Rat can also be compatible proving to be good partners. Horses and other Monkeys whip up too much energy to ever settle down together.

Joanne

UNIVERSAL SPIRITUAL LAWS

http://universalspirituallaws.blogspot.com/

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