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The Animals of the Chinese Zodiac - TIGER

Updated on June 3, 2011

TIGER

Years:

1902, 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998.

Hour:

3am to 5am (03:00 to 04:59)

Lucky for:

* sleeping and dreaming

Unlucky for:

* working and driving

Keywords:

extrovert, competitive, courageous, enthusiastic, bold, dynamic, optimistic, lucky, brave, charismatic, loners, natural leaders, superiority complex, philanthropy, stealth, energy, conquest, multi-talented, contradiction, luxury, intense, generous, instinctual, idealistic, keeps promises.

Negative:

Impulsive, vain, disobedient, hot-headed.

Loves:

Horses and Dogs

Dislikes:

Monkeys

People born under the sign of the Tiger are extremely brave and very competitive. They are charismatic and exude a self-awareness and an aloofness. They often tend to be loners in many aspects of their lives. Tigers see themselves as natural leaders, and most often they think they are superior to mere, lesser mortals.

Tigers can be very philanthropic, but enjoy being noticed for their good deeds. Tigers enjoy recognition.

The Tiger emits a sense of calm and projects no hint of the energy that is simmering beneath the surface, waiting to be unleashed. Conquest is the name of their game in all aspects of this life.

The Tiger seems to easily juggle work and play, managing several projects at the same time with effortless ease.

Belying the ferocious Tiger’s demeanour is a soul who craves safety and finds this in its home, which is most often furnished with luxury in mind.

Health-wise, the Tiger often ignores stress and the associated illness it brings, as their over-confidence makes them take on far too much.

Relationships:

Tigers get along most lovingly with other Tigers, who share their intensity of feeling. Tigers though, have a tendency to wander and be unfaithful, causing problems within a relationship. Tigers and Pigs clash as the Pig is always on-guard around the Tiger.

Joanne

CHINESE ASTROLOGY – The Basics

http://chinesezodiacanimalsigns.blogspot.com/

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