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Born Leader

Born Leader

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Published by: VIJAY MOHAN DAVE on Aug 05, 2010
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"Born leader" is the key word for the Tigers. They are always in the lead and are most likelythe ones to cry out "Let's Go"! Noble and Fearless, Tigers are respected for their courage,even from those working against them.Tiger people are daring fighters, they are capable of standing up to the better end for whatthey think is right. Although they could be selfish from time to time in the little things, they arecapable of great generosity.Tigers are unpredictable, always tense and like to be in a hurry. Tiger people are difficult toresist, for they are magnetic characters and their natural air of authority confers a certainprestige on them.They are tempestuous yet calm, warm-hearted yet fearsome, courageous in the face of danger yet yielding and soft in mysterious, unexpected places. Tigers are very confident,perhaps too confident sometimes.Although they love adventures, and are addicted to excitement it is better not to challenge aTiger's confidence. They like being obeyed and not the other way around. Because Tigers areurgent people and always in a hurry to get things done right, they usually choose to operatealone. Tigers like to work, they are hard-working and dynamic. If you assign a task to a Tiger,the job will be undertaken and accomplished with enthusiasm and efficiency.Tigers make money, but they are not directly interested in money. Still, the Tiger needs notworry about money: just when they fear the money is gone, more seems to show up. Tigersare sensitive, emotional. They are capable of great love, but they become too intense about it.They are also territorial and possessive, if you are a friend of a Tiger, they want you to taketheir side against the bad guys and because the Tiger is so adorable, you often do.As lovers, Tigers are passionate and romantic, but the real challenge for the Tiger is to graspthe true meaning of moderation.
People born under the Water element have above average skills in interpersonalrelations and persuasion. They communicate well and are able to wear away anyopposition from others through their firm, constant but unobtrusive efforts.They also have the capability to advance their ideas by influencing the thoughts of others. By nature, people born under the Water element are flexible, intuitive,diplomatic and unimposing.
They have an eye for spotting things that have potential. Once identified, Water elementpeople are naturals at getting the project rolling.Their flair lies in recognizing and using the talents and resources at their fingertips.Fortunately, they never make others feel that they are being made used of. Water people tendto be too conciliatory and will look for the easiest way out.
At their worst, they can be inconstant and passive. They also tend to lean too much on othersfor support. If they want to be effective, they must be more persuasive and assertive. Onlythen, can they realize their dreams.
Chinese Tiger Meanings and Symbolic Thoughts about the Tiger 
In China, the tiger is considered the
king of all beasts
(not the lion) and represents powerfulenergy. Further, the tiger is associated with Tsai Shen Yeh, the Chinese God of Wealth, andthis god is usually seen sitting on a tiger in Asian art.Chinese animalsymbolism of the tiger deals with (but is not limited to):
UnpredictabilityTigers are considered ayang energy, and are also a solar animal which associates them withsymbolisms of the sun, summer and fire.In ancient Chinese myth there are five tigers that hold the balance of cosmic forces in placeand prevent chaos from collapsing into the universe.These five tigers are:
White Tiger:
ruler of the Fall season and governor of the Metal elementals
Black Tiger:
ruler of the Winter season and governor of the Water elementals
Blue Tiger:
ruler of the Spring season and governor of the Earth elementals
Red Tiger:
ruler of the Summer season and governor of the Fire elementals
 Yellow Tiger:
the supreme ruler of all these tigers and symbolic of the SunOr, if you are
more wealth in your life
, call upon tiger energy to help you facilitatethis (
visualize thecopper color of the tiger associated with the gleam of coins. Visualassociations like these are very effective with attracting our desires.)Lastly, as you align yourself with the seasons and cycles of Mother Nature, consider includingthe five Chinese tigers in your practices.
Chinese symbol meaningof Tiger is as diverse as the noble creature itself. Take the time tolearn more about this amazing animal, it will be
worth your investment
!I hope you enjoyed this perspective on Chinese symbolism of the Tiger.
Tiger Tattoos:
Tiger Tattoo Meaning (at-a-glance):
Intellectual prowess
Shape shifting
Supernatural powers
the tiger represents bothYin and Yangenergies. The tiger ispowerful because it strength comes from both lunar and solar sources (symbolically). It is atonce mystical and magical in lunar light – as well as commanding and authoritative by solar shine.The Tiger is the third in theChinese zodiacline-up and correlates to the sign of Gemini; an air sign which corresponds to
symbolism of diversity
, constant activity and intellectualsuperiority.Tigers (and panthers) are sometimes represented on theChariot cardin the Tarot which isderived from the myth of Dionysus/Bacchus. In this case, tiger tattoo meaning is associatedwith drive, determination, perseverance, and a blinding need to reach a goal.

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