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The Animals of the Chinese Zodiac - OX

Updated on June 3, 2011

OX

Years:

1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009.

Hour:

1am to 3am (01:00 to 2:59)

Lucky for:

* sleeping and dreaming

Unlucky for:

* working and driving

Keywords:

dependable, fertility, industrious, long-suffering, honest, sincere, intelligence, environmental, home-loving, stability, team-workers, planners, attention to detail, durability, self-confidence, introspection, creative, generous, self-reliant.


Negative:

stubborn and sullen, possessive, obsessive, narrow-minded, impatient.

Loves:

Snakes and Roosters

Dislikes:

Horses

Often regarded as a symbol of fertility, the Ox arrives early in the year, and is a dependable beast of burden.

People born in the year of the Ox are sometimes seen as being as slow as the animal itself - yet they are intelligent, wise and have an affinity for others and the environment.

Oxen love their home and family lives and strive to maintain that all is provided for comfortably and ensure that ‘home’ is a stable base.

Ox may have a tendency to be stubborn and sullen, and once their mind is made up, nothing will change it.

Ox makes an excellent team-worker and always pull their weight in the workplace. They are exceptional planners and are able to ponder all angles of everything, whilst relaxing and re-energizing themselves.

Ox are generally healthy, long-lived individuals who rarely encounter illnesses or diseases during their lives. Their prevailing or predominant health issue is to do with over-eating.

Relationships:

Within relationships, the Ox can be possessive - sometimes the point of obsession. They love their partners deeply - but sometimes can become controlling and clingy. Roosters and Dragons will live with this, but Tigers and Pigs are usually too aggressive for the Ox.

Joanne

UNIVERSAL SPIRITUAL LAWS

http://universalspirituallaws.blogspot.com/

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