Chinese Astrology and Relationships: Animal Magnetism
Are you dating a Rat or a Snake? Perhaps your lover is an aggressive Tiger or maybe a bit of a Boar? Are you sure that they’re your best romantic match? If they’re part of your trine or triangle, then they definitely are. If, however, they’re that one-in-twelve sign that you’re most likely to have conflict with, you may have some challenges ahead.
Yin and Yang
When it comes to the difference between compatibility and conflict, Chinese astrology makes it pretty simple to understand—it’s as black and white as a yin/yang symbol. That’s not to say that if you’re a Dragon and your sweetheart turns out to be a Dog that you should automatically kick them to the curb. If you’re making it work, then kudos to the two of you. However, if conflict with a partner is a major part of your world, you might find yourself contemplating the idea that there are just a few short inches separating a curb from a rough road.
Of course the dynamic of compatibility and conflict doesn’t just apply to lovers. Our trines are also the people (or animals) that we should surround ourselves with because they’re the ones we work best with and the ones that will help us reach our personal best.
Chinese astrology is based on the lunar year which begins around the time of the first New Moon in the sign of Aquarius. It can occur anywhere between mid-January and mid-February in a given year.
If you don’t see your year of birth below, find the closest one and count forward or backward—a sign repeats once every 12 years.
Each sign is compatible with two other sings and has one sign they are in conflict with. If paired with any other sign, the partnership can go either way. In Chinese astrology, when it comes to conflict and compatibility, opposites do not attract!
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Here are the trines of compatibility:
The Rat, Dragon and Monkey
These are the people who make things happen when they get together. They can achieve great things. The Rat conflicts with the Horse. The Dragon conflicts with the Dog and the Monkey conflicts with the Tiger.
The Ox, Snake and Rooster
These people are intelligent, highly independent and live life with purpose. They rarely have trouble finding one other. The Ox conflicts with the Sheep. The Snake conflicts with the Boar and the Rooster conflicts with the Rabbit.
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The Tiger, Horse and Dog
This group is best known for their unconventional approaches to life as well as their humanitarian ideals. Their idealistic views are what bring them together, forming an unbreakable bond. The Tiger conflicts with the Monkey. The Horse conflicts with the Rat and the Dog conflicts with the Dragon.
The Rabbit, Sheep and Boar
This is an intuitive bunch that thrives on the love and appreciation of beauty and art. Similar to Western water signs, they are fueled by their senses and emotions. The Rabbit conflicts with the Rooster. The Sheep conflicts with the Ox and the Boar conflicts with the Snake.
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