The sign of the Rat
The Rat is the first sign in the Chinese zodiac. His main strength is his imagination. His great weakness is his eccentric side, which is difficult to keep under control. This is a sign that is automatically attracted by the unusual and is soon bored by the everyday. The dominant force of this sign is Yang. Those born under the sign are good at managing their finances and their natural charm makes them very persuasive in business. With those around them, they are gentle and attentive. They love communicating with others and are good at putting people at their ease. They have lively minds and love learning, always wanting to find out more. With their curious natures, nothing can completely assuage their thirst and they will always be on the go. While calm in appearance, the Rat completely hides his anxieties. His charm sometimes makes him manipulate those around him, in the sole aim of maintaining his popularity. He does not want to be unpopular and wants to be liked by everyone. But he does not forge any real friendships: he can know a lot of people, but very few of these are real friends. This is because he has difficulty in confiding in anyone. The Rat finds it difficult to trust other people and to say when something is wrong. He keeps everything to himself and sheds tears in silence. However, when he meets the love of his life, that can change everything completely.
Horoscopes of the Rat
You will find all the links to consult quickly your different horoscopes for the sign of the Rat:
- Yearly Horoscope of the Rat
Sign Profile of the Rat
Lucky numbers : 1, 4, 5, 10, 11, 14, 41, 45, 51, et 54
Compatibles signs : Ox, Dragon, Rat, Monkey
Incompatible signs : Horse, Rabbit, Goat
Lunar Years : 1888, 1900, 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008,2020,2032, 2044, 2056, 2068, 2080, 2092
Love of the Rat
In love, the Rat behaves with reserve. He does not know how to express his feelings and his apparent indifference is actually just shyness. Nevertheless, once he is sure of the one he has chosen, he will become a faithful and sincere companion. He likes being generous.
Those born under the sign of the Rat prefer to live in a loving home and need an anchor point to be able to feel happy in life.
They are on a search for the love of their life. By nature, they are individuals, not to say self centred, but can become generous when they find the one they love.
They would give him or her anything. The Rat's desire is a strong and passionate love. Love develops altruistic qualities that they would not initially dare show. They are capable of forgetting themselves in the pursuit of the other person's happiness. They show their devotion in gestures rather than words.
Strengths of the Rat
Being at ease when he meets others, he creates a relaxed atmosphere and his conversation is spontaneous. Invite him to a party and you will see for yourself! He loves worldly pursuits and the professions requiring a talent for the art of persuasion are very much up his street.
Weaknesses of the Rat
The Rat worries over much about his finances and is always afraid of not having enough money. This is his main concern and it can cause him to become irascible. And when a Rat gets angry, it is difficult to calm him down.
If he makes an effort with himself yoga, a healthy and balanced diet - the Rat can succeed in improving his weak points, if he is aware of them.
Work of the Chinese sign of the Rat
The Rat likes work and is conscientious and well-organised. If he is given a job to do, he will carry it out with the utmost seriousness. He is thrifty and likes saving money, his aim being to make sure he does not want for anything. He likes to feel financially secure.
He feels fulfilled by company projects and in fact his individualistic nature enables him to embark on large projects quite fearlessly. He has the courage to go for it. However, if he is working in a team, his individualistic approach can then be badly received.
The professions that would suit him need to involve communication: business, journalism, advertising and politics.
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