With a Chinese horoscope defining me as a sheep and western zodiac sign backing it up with a similar animal- bull, I find much cohesion in it and to my heart’s content the personality traits match as well. But the prospect of choosing a partner, which already is scary for the indecisive bull, gets more detailed and time consuming yet interesting with the Chinese zodiac signs adding to the information of horoscope compatibility and the idea of a perfect to worst match and every level in between.
Chinese zodiac year starts in the name of an animal out of the twelve ones marked for each Chinese zodiac sign representative of a distinctive set of characteristics. However, these zodiac signs, ruled by lunar positions, collide at certain positions and that creates the combination of zodiac signs that either create a perfect blend of Chinese zodiac match or defines the signs that are more likely to have a rift among them if they come together.
The Chinese year does not start at the exact same dates every year, rather lies between January and February and is a time of great celebration in China and countries like Japan, Vietnam and Korea- considering it is the new lunar year and the beginning of spring when the nature is benign and so it is the time for new beginnings.
Why Do They Matter?
Over time and with the advancement in the field of astrological research, the results have been surprising and have become matters of firm beliefs for some when it comes to courtship and marriage. When choosing partners, many individuals are likely to go for zodiac matches and find it a matter of immense satisfaction if they find the one compatible to their own zodiac sign, who according to them would be the perfect one for them.
So the next time someone asks your birth year, it might not just be to calculate your age but to identify which animal you are according to the complex Chinese zodiac system – and who knows they might be considering you a prospective partner.
How Chinese Zodiac Helps in Choosing a Partner
Rat works well with dragon, tiger with dog, horse with sheep, and the best match for a monkey would be a snake (to name a few). And the left out signs shall not feel so left out since there’s a detailed listing for the best, good, average and poor matches to search through and of course volumes of various studies that back it.
Chinese horoscopes impact the choice of partners mainly for the fact that it defines your emotional needs and those of other signs thus making it easy for individuals to see for themselves how would their requirements meet in the major disciplines, what personality traits would be most suitable to them, what are the factors they can or cannot compromise on under any circumstances. Not that it means people would be entirely dependent on their partners for their happiness and well being, however to a great extent the personality traits and the blend of different characteristics form a combination that may or may not be suitable for a certain sign.
Astrologers insist on the fact that in order to ensure romantic harmony and a blissful relationship it is imperative to go through the zodiac matches and figure out the best ones for you. So the bull comes in full swing at this and finds that the personality traits that go well are of the zodiac signs doing well with humility, financial stability and strength- any horse galloping around the green pastures.