Aries of Rain

According to the Chinese zodiac, you are a “Water.”

In Western astrology, you are an Aries.

One of your most unique qualities is the ability to draw in information. From gossip among friends to top-secret knowledge within the industry, important information somehow always reaches you faster than others. This magnetism goes beyond information. People and money also circulate around you. This aspect of your life dramatically shapes your destiny and is directly correlated to your life mission.

By bringing in information, people, and money, your mission is to reconfigure the world efficiently and clean up the stagnation accumulated over the years. When knowledge, people, and money aren’t circulating effectively, society as a whole grows stagnant. There’s a certain amount of movement that is fundamental to progress. For example, if a bicycle is stationary, it will fall over. It’s the pedaling of the rider that stabilizes the bike and allows it to keep moving forward. Movement is essential to growth, progress, and wellbeing.

Breaking through the stagnation requires certain types of people to push for more excellent circulation. Because information, people, and money naturally gravitate towards you, you are just the type of person to reduce stagnation.

If you’ve studied astrology, you know that Western astrology classifies you as an Aries (or, to be more precise, your sign Sun sign is Aries). The characteristics of Aries are power, ambition, determination, and strength. The Four Pillars of Destiny in Chinese astrology indicate that your sign is the Chinese character for “Water,” also known as the Chinese character “癸.” The nature of Water represents the joy you find in serving others and contributing to society. It highlights your adaptability to the world around you. Like water, you may appear simple at first glance, but the deeper you get into a relationship, the more the other person will see how essential you are to the world.

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