Chinese zodiac sign year of the snake 2014

The Chinese Zodiac, known as Sheng Xiao, is based on a twelve year cycle, each year in that cycle related to an animal sign.
Similar to the ten heavenly stems and twelve earthly branches, animals in Chinese zodiac were also created for counting years as the system that is now universally accepted based on the Christian calendar was as yet non-existent. For a long time there has been a special relationship between humans and the 12 zodiacal animals. Though people consider the rat not adorable, and it even makes its way into derogatory languages, it ranks first on the Chinese zodiac.
Tigers, considered to be brave, cruel, forceful and terrifying, are the symbol of power and lordliness.
In the Chinese zodiac, the Snake is listed after the Dragon, but its place and its significance as a symbol of worship is far less than that of the Dragon.
The spirit of the horse is recognized to be the Chinese people’s ethos – making unremitting efforts to improve themselves.
Chinese zodiac signs, also known as Sheng Xiao, have been around for thousands of years and is still used by many people either because they truly believe in it or they are simply curious about what animal sign is related to them.
It is believed that there is a special relationship between people and the animals in the Chinese zodiac.
Chinese use their astrology for agriculture, religion, events, special occasions, planning and personal growth. There are many variations and styles of astrology in the east based on geography and the time period.
Center, change, seasons, patient, reliable, hard working, logical, ambitious, dutiful, grounded. West, autumn, self-reliant, strong, forceful, determined, reserved, sophisticated, lover of pleasure, intuitive, inventive. North, winter, secretive, charming, sensitive, creative, flexible, intellectual, compliant, intuitive, musical, drifter.
These also make up 28 specific constellations with very detailed stories, legends and omens attached to them. Yin and yang are manifested continuously through the infinite movement of One Infinite Universe. Yin and yang combined in varying proportions produce different phenomena, their powers of attraction and repulsion representing the degree of difference or similarity. All phenomena are ephemeral, constantly changing their constitution, condition or direction from yin to yang and from yang to yin: yin becoming yang, yang becoming yin. All physical manifestations hold yang in the center and carry yin on their backs.

The 4 pillars of destiny reports combine the 10 heavenly stems with the 12 earthly branches.
Yang, water, hard work, self-discipline, charm, social, industrious, loyal to family and friends, sophisticated, underworld, selfish, cruel, critical, ruthless and over ambitious.
Yin, water, dependable, calm, steady, methodical, conventional, modest, logical, stubborn, materialistic, easy on everyone else, hard on themselves. Yang, wood, unpredictable, rebellious, colorful, passionate, brave, impulsive, sincere, affectionate, humanitarian, giving, restless, reckless, impatient, hot tempered, selfish. Yin, wood, kind, gracious, sensitive, soft, cautious, artistic, musical, tender, compassionate, flexible, moody, detached, self indulgent, self involved, lazy. Yang, wood, magnificent, self-assured, strong, leader, full of life, proud, direct, eager, firey, pioneering, generous, loyal, arrogant, tyrannical, eccentric, impetuous, brash. Yin, fire, deep, wise, mystical, soft, sensual, creative, shrewd, cautious, responsible, calm, constant, purposeful.
Yang, fire, popular, cheerful, changeable, talkative, perceptive, agile, magnetic, intelligent, open minded, fickle, rude, gullible, anxious, lacks stability and diligence. Yin, Fire, righteous, shy, sincere, compassionate, artistic, creative, gentle, motherly, determined, peaceful, longs for security, moody, indecisive, passive, sensitive.
Yang, medal, inventive, improviser, motivating, witty, inquisitive, flexible, confident, problem solving, dignified, social, objective, competitive, egotistic, vein, jealous, suspicious, cunning.
Yin, medal, self assured, organized, meticulous, conservative, decisive, critical, perfectionist, alert, zealous, practical, responsible, judgmental, abrasive, opinionated, cocky.
Yang, medal, honest, intelligent, loyal, just, fair, attractive, social, open minded, moral, idealistic, affectionate, cynical, loves home, quarrelsome, worrisome, pessimistic. Yin, water, simple, sturdy, honest, courageous, social, peaceful, patient, loyal, trusting, sincere, thoughtful, passionate, naive, over reliant, self indulgent, gullible, materialistic, fatalistic.
These animal signs are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. It is calculated according to Chinese Lunar Calendar. It has attributes of an animal with spirit, wit, alertness, delicacy, flexibility and vitality. In life, people often used it to indicate something big in size or large in number. It is persistent, simple, honest, and straightforward. For ancestors who had no alarm clocks, the rooster’s crowing was significant, as it could awaken people to get up and start to work. Usually in February.They follow the lunar calendar which is 13 months long and each month is marked by the new moon. It's each of the 5 elements (planets) paired up with each of the 12 zodiac animals in the sky.

Yang is centripetal, flowing in spiral movement outward in, and counter-clockwise; together creating all energy and all things. All visible and invisible phenomena carry both tendencies in varying intensities. The old time division was mostly related to number 12: one ji equals 12 years, one year has 12 months, one day has 12 time periods called shi chen.
The moon goddess Chang’e in Chinese legend had a rabbit as her pet, which stimulated the thought that only this creature was amiable enough to match her noble beauty. Since ancient times, people have learned to use its fleece to make writing brushes and skin to keep warm.
If a dog happens to come to a house, usually the host will be very glad to adopt it, for it symbolizes the coming of fortune.
Yin and Yang are the terms given to the forces which keep the universe in balance at every aspect. The Chinese calendar is a lunisolar calendar combining both the path of the sun and the moon.
On the positive side, it behaves itself, has no calculation to harm others, and can bring affluence to people. The Han people have a custom that a pregnant woman is not allowed to eat bunny for fear that the child will be born with a harelip. Only twelve animals arrived, in the following order: the rat, the ox, the tiger, the rabbit, the dragon, the snake, the horse, the sheep, the monkey, the rooster, the dog, and finally the pig. Each box is a percentage of luck out of 100 with a supporting element and animal for each decade of our life. Each animal sign is usually related with an earthly branch, so the animal years were called zi rabbit, chou ox, yin tiger, mao rabbit, chen dragon, si snack, wu horse, wei sheep, shen monkey, you rooster, xu dog and hai pig.
The newborn is given paintings of children and rabbits representing that the child will have a peaceful and happy life.
Thus, Buddha decided to name a year after each one of them bases on the order of their arrival.

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