Have you been checking each Chinese zodiac sign lately? If you’ve already come across half of the animal signs in the Chinese calendar, here’s another one for you, the Horse. Keep reading to get to know the sign.
Chinese Zodiac Sign | Get To Know The Horse
Taking the 7th spot as one of the 12 animal signs in the Chinese zodiac signs is the Horse. The Chinese zodiac signs are related to the Chinese calendar. The horse has been in the Chinese mythology for a long tradition to date. The horse’s traits are supposed to be associated with its year and events, and sometimes with the people born under this Chinese zodiac sign.
Just like the other Chinese zodiac signs, people born in the year of the horse bear a specific elemental sign based on the earthly branches such as earth, fire, water, metal, and wood. A horse’s spirit is known to the Chinese people as their ethos. Moreover, the horse Chinese zodiac sign symbolizes energy and enthusiasm.
The horse symbolizes energy and enthusiasm. They always fascinate people with their vigorous attitude towards everything. The horse is generous, dynamic, and devout. People with this sign are flexible and patient. They are good listeners; they listen carefully without interrupting them. The horse knows how to hear someone out even before they start to talk. Despite being energetic, horse people don’t like to get involved in any trouble there is.
Aside from living an active lifestyle, the horse is also a charmer. People born under the sign have a strong sex appeal that makes them irresistible. And as much as being a charmer, horse people like to be surrounded by a crowd. They love to mingle and be affiliated with a lot of people. Most often, they love to be the center of attention and they know how to have fun.
Although the horse is favored with a lot of positive traits, they also have their weaknesses. The horse tends to be stubborn when things don’t go their way. There are times where people born under the horse chinese zodiac sign would lack self-confidence despite their outgoing and open-minded personalities. This is because of their scheming character that they are fully aware of.
In Chinese tradition, it is believed that horses are competitive and this why people born under the sign are rebellious. The horse doesn’t have patience to tolerate what they think is not right for them. The horse is also an egoist; their own will always come first before others. It can be very rare for them to give interest to other things even though they are the type to run to when help is needed.
Career and Money
People born under the Chinese zodiac sign, Horse, are hard-workers. They enjoy working with other people—brainstorming and sharing ideas. Although they can grasp and handle any kind of job, they are not fond of taking commands. They tend to lose interest in work that doesn’t help them grow. A job that requires excellent communication skills are the ones for the horse.
The horse people may be spontaneous but he values the first impression. They would try to observe the people around them first. They’re not the Mr. and Ms. Congeniality type. If they like you, expect a fun to meaningful conversations. But if it’s the contrary, expect them to shut you down with blunt conversation. It may sound compromising but horse people are born with an attitude.
For intimate relationships, horse people fall fast. And they fall hard. When it comes to love, they change from rebellious to being weak. They would do and give up everything for love. Seemingly, it may sound odd with their partners but the horse just takes love seriously more than anyone.
South, East, Southeast, Southwest, Northeast
2, 3, 4, 8
Good: Dog, Tiger, Sheep
Bad: Pig, Rooster, Monkey
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There are a lot of contradictions with the horse’s character. They take pride yet they resent for what they love. They may be perceived arrogant for how they connect with people but they are self-deprecating. All positive traits of the horse are squared with the ones that make them an in-the-middle type of person. They would want one thing then settle with whatever that’s comfortable for them.
To conclude, horse people are in reality ambiguous, individuals who depend on the accordance of their sagacity.
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Originally posted on July 25, 2016 @ 1:52 PM