According to the Chinese zodiac, you are “Grass.”
In Western astrology, you are a Virgo.
Imagine a woman sitting in a luscious garden, surrounded by plants and trees. She’s weaving branches into a wreath. Her eyes focus on the material gliding through her hands as her fingers move with agility. No tools are used or needed. The wreath is crafted purely by the woman’s hands and the nature around her. This beautiful image describes the relationship you have with the world.
You approach life, work, and relationships with delicacy and thoroughness. You move gracefully through life, weaving whatever surrounds you into a variety of elegant masterpieces.
If you’ve studied astrology, you know that Western astrology classifies you as a Virgo (or, to be more precise, your Sun sign is Virgo). The characteristics of a Virgo are meticulous, organized, intelligent, and hardworking. In Chinese astrology, the Four Pillars of Destiny indicate that your sign is the Chinese character for “Grass,” also known as the Chinese character “乙.” This sign reveals that you do not approach things head-on but instead from your surroundings. You may not have the power or aggression to charge through the obstacles of life, but you do have the tenacity to reach your goals slowly and steadily.
While Western astrology and the Four Pillars of Destiny are two different types of divination, they are alike in one way. The laws of the Eastern and Western worlds each determine the fate residing at the moment of your birth. Thus, you can interpret your destiny from both standpoints. Viewing these two interpretations side by side gives a more comprehensive view, showing how they complement each other to provide a three-dimensional understanding of astrology.
Your Virgo characteristics combined with your essence as “Grass” describe you as a “Virgo of the Garden.” As described above, your destiny reflects the imagery of the woman weaving in the garden. It’s a fairy-tale-like scene. No rain, wind, or storms ever enter the garden. The space holds an awe-inspiring mystery like a drawing out of a picture book.
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