About Chinese Astrology

Have you ever wondered why I am like that? What Is my Chinese zodiac animal sign? What are my strengths and weaknesses? Who is most compatible with me? Why am I so attracted to some while I can’t put up with others? Why do some specific things seem to happen to me again? Why does everything go wrong this year? How could fully understand me and others? How to work out astrological influences and improve my luck? How to prepare for an uncertain future of change? How to fulfill my destiny?

If you’ve ever wondered about all these above, you might turn to the 12 Zodiac signs to get answers.

Chinese 12 zodiac signs have been around in China for thousands of years and have gradually evolved into a Chinese custom. Chinese zodiac compatibility was used to check one’s best match partner before people got married in ancient China.

The zodiac is the visual representation of the twelve earthly branches. The Chinese zodiac is presented by 12 animals – Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig. Each 12 zodiac sign belongs to one of the five elements – Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth and Yin-Yang element. These elements represent an essential type of energy that influence each of us. 

This astrology guidebook includes:

Intro to Chinese astrology – Start with the Ancient Chinese Philosophy which is the foundations of Chinese astrology, Including principles of Yin-Yang Principle, the Five Elements Theory,  the interaction of five elements, the Theory of 10 heavenly stems and 12 earthly branches, the Five seasons, the Sexagenary Cycle, True historical origins of 12 zodiac signs, and lunar calendar.

More than 12 zodiac signs – Then, learn how to find your correct zodiac sign according to the Chinese lunar calendar. Learn the traits of 12 zodiac animal signs, including characteristics, weaknesses, and strengths; the compatibility of zodiac signs, including three-harmony, six-harmony,  and incompatible signs including six-conflicts, six-punishment, six-harming, six-break.

You can have a glimpse of your relationship with families, partners, friends, bosses, and co-workers. Then illuminate how to make incompatible zodiac signs work and provide many inclusive practical advice and tips.

You’ll learn the tradition and customs of Chinese astrology, including the origin of  12 zodiac animals, Tai-Sui history and auspicious tips for fan Tai Sui, the custom of your zodiac year, and the guide to wearing red in your zodiac years.

And So Much More…

Chinese astrology provides a great way to explore yourself and others, but the zodiac signs aren’t the end all be all. Sometimes, you might find yourself quite literally “out of your zodiac sign control”.

Frankly, I think that there is no way to use the zodiac signs to conclude everything around our life. Chinese numerology goes beyond just your zodiac sign, which includes your date of birth, time, places, Feng Shui, karma etc. A person’s zodiac only reflects the year of birth. According to the Ba-Zi(The Four Pillars of Destiny Theory), a person’s destiny or fate is influenced by birth year, month, day, and hour. The year has the least influence, the biggest influence is the month and the day, followed by the hour.

But zodiac signs indeed give us generalized descriptions of people who belong to a particular sign. Chinese zodiac signs are very simple and easy-to-understand, widely spread among people for many years. You can still learn and understand the wisdom of Chinese Astrology through the 12 zodiac signs.

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