Within this book is the knowledge that each of us is a combination of light and darkness, and that we are capable of functioning either at a higher vibrational level of love and acceptance, or choosing to use our lower-level base personality, which can be unenlightened and petty.
No astrological sign is superior to another. Together they sw’irl like a kaleidoscope of beautiful colors, standing in contrast to gray shadows. We will learn that we control our own destinies to a great degree.
If I have done my job, after reading this book you will have learned that bombastic boss ci yours may very well be a Tiger or a Dragon; your demure librarian a Rabbit or a Snake; your fun-loving friend a Monkey, and your methodical, hardworking business associate an Ox.
I hope that you will have a better understanding of your own temperament, and those of your friends and loved ones. It is only with understanding that we come to accept ourselves and those around us.
He who knows others is learned, he who knows himself is wise.
The purpose of thisHe who knows others is learned, he who knows himself is wise. —Lao-tse book is to give you some “aha!” moments about yourself and those whom you meet along life’s path.
Chapter I What Is Chinese Astrology?
Chapter 2 The 12 Signs of the Eastern Zodiac
Chapter 3 The Rat
Chapter 4 The Ox
Chapter 5 The Tiger
Chapter 6 The Rabbit/Cat
Chapter 7 The Dragon
Chapter 8 The Snake
Chapter 9 The Horse
Chapter 10 The Goat/Sheep
Chapter 11 The Monkey
Chapter 12 The Rooster
Chapter 13 The Dog
Chapter 14 The Pig/Boar
Chapter 15 The Elements
Chapter 16 Your Birth Time Companion
Chapter 17 Chinese Love Signs— Karmic Connections
Chapter 18 Quick Reference Guide to the 12 Signs of the Eastern Zodiac