Stephen Hawking New Warning To Humanity: ‘We’re at most dangerous moment in history!’

The rise of Donald Trump and Britain’s Brexit vote come at “the most dangerous time in the history of the human race,” renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has warned.
Writing in an op-ed for The Guardian newspaper, the Cambridge professor said the political shift shows the majority of people are sick of the status quo and felt they had been “abandoned by their leaders.”
“It was, everyone seems to agree, the moment when the forgotten spoke, finding their voices to reject the advice and guidance of experts and the elite everywhere.
“For me, the really concerning aspect of this is that now, more than at any time in our history, our species needs to work together,” he added.
Hawking says the world is facing crippling challenges, including climate change, food production, overpopulation, the decimation of other species, epidemic disease and acidification of the oceans.
“Together, they are a reminder that we are at the most dangerous moment in the development of humanity.
“We can do this [overcome the challenges], I am an enormous optimist for my species; but it will require the elites, from London to Harvard, from Cambridge to Hollywood, to learn the lessons of the past year. To learn above all a measure of humanity.”
He added: “We now have the technology to destroy the planet on which we live, but have not yet developed the ability to escape it.
“Perhaps in a few hundred years, we will have established human colonies amid the stars, but right now we only have one planet, and we need to work together to protect it.”
Hawking also warned that artificial intelligence and increasing automation is going to decimate middle class jobs and worsen inequality, and risks creating significant political upheaval.
“The automation of factories has already decimated jobs in traditional manufacturing, and the rise of artificial intelligence is likely to extend this job destruction deep into the middle classes, with only the most caring, creative or supervisory roles remaining.
“With not only jobs but entire industries disappearing, we must help people to retrain for a new world and support them financially while they do so,” he added.
It is not the first time Hawking has shared his opinions about Trump. In an interview with ITV earlier in the year, Hawking referred to the president-elect as “a demagogue who seems to appeal to the lowest common denominator.”

If You Have Any Of These 27 Characteristics You Are An Emotional Over Giver

Most of our character traits are established in our early childhood.
The environment we are raised in, our parental guidance and their behavior create most of who we are when we grow up.
However, sometimes our character might be draining or wasting our energy on things that don’t give us any positive feedback or replenish the energy we’ve spent.
This is extremely self sabotaging considering that you are not completely in control of where and how you spend your energy.
And even more, you are a ‘magnet’ of draining yourself. This is due to some negative traits inside the character.
You have no idea how much your subconscious mind plays a role in your life!

Are you an Over Giver?

Some people tend to give their energy to others without reserve. But there is a difference in being generous and being an Over Giver!
Over-giving is not the ultimate form of selflessness! Generous giving comes from a full heart. Over-giving essentially comes from an inability to receive.
Generosity comes from a sense of abundance while over giving comes from a place of lack.
Over Givers think they lack love so they do whatever they can to get that love from others.
And this, usually results in the opposite outcome, they end up abused, drained and exhausted by other people’s manipulation and selfishness.

If you find yourself in any of these 27 characteristics you are an Emotional Over Giver:

1. After interactions with other people you often feel drained;
2. You feel guilty when someone gives something to you;
3. You put the needs of others before your own;
4. You tend to satisfy with just a tiny generosity, like being invited to a party, compared to what you put out;
5. You forgive easily;
6. Even if you feel really sad you would act happy just so others don’t sense your negativity;
7. You apologize excessively, even if it’s not your fault;
8. You feel guilty if you are not able to “give” the way you would like to;
9. You always try to cheer other people up;
10. You often go against your feelings and emotions;
11. It seems that you are the one who cares the most in all of your romantic relationships;
12. You are surrounded by people seeking to exploit you or take advantage of you in some way;
13. You are described as a ‘nice’ person;
14. It’s funny how you always attract the wrong people;
15. You grew up in a toxic environment;
16. You stay in a relationship way too long even if it’s harmful;
17. Most of your partners were abusers, parasites or lost;
18. You were taught to feel guilt for being human, having human emotions and needs;
19. You believe that you are not enough by yourself;
20. You find that you give because you want to feel loved, liked, or admired;
21. You are working too hard without getting the results you want;
22. It feels so good and important for you to be the giver in almost every relationship;
23. You lack boundaries and often let other people step on you;
24. You have considered the possibility that your giving could be the result of some insecurity;
25. You feel like you need love;
26. It’s really hard for you to say ‘no’ even if you don’t really like doing something;
27. It was never easy to get approval from your parents when you were a kid;

What to do if you are an Emotional Over Giver?What to do if you are an Over Giver

The most important thing you can do is be honest about who you are. If you find yourself in most of these characteristics, accept the fact that you might be an Over Giver.
Only when you become conscious of the problem you can learn how to manage your personality so you won’t keep draining yourself.
And the fix is not something complicated…
All you have to do is ask where your motivation comes from when you interact with others.
Is it inward, coming from a place of need, a place of seeking for approval;
or,
Is it outward, coming from full heartedness, from a place of abundance and love;
Just answer these questions for yourself and you’ll know the nature of your motivation.
– If it’s a need for love, being liked and admired, that’s a sign that you’ll waste your energy.
– If it’s from love, you’ll get more or equal amount of energy from what you spend.
Just be aware of your negative motivation and stop yourself in the right moments.
With time you will ‘delete’ that negative trait.
By choosing abundance instead of lack, you’ll replace this trait with one that doesn’t waste your energy, but adds more to your life!

THIS Is The Biggest Difference Between A FAKE Empath And A Real One

You’ve probably heard someone calling themselves an Empath and describing themselves as over sensitive.
But most people who use this term are just a-holes hiding behind the terminology.
They have been hurt at some point in their life (like we all have) and they try to justify their weakness by hiding behind this term. It’s like their shield.
They are safe from questioning themselves because they’ve identified with being an ‘Empath’ – someone who feels too much and is here to help the world with their emotions, because everyone else is ruining it. At least that’s what they make out of it.
Now don’t get me wrong, there are real empaths who have psychochemical imbalance and respond to the outside world more sensitively than others.
Because their emotions are a big part of their life, bigger than for other people, their emotional intelligence is slightly higher.
That’s not something they carry on their forehead, telling everyone they meet they are empaths. Just like a person with an OCD doesn’t open a conversation with ‘because I am over intelligent and see patterns everywhere…’
It doesn’t matter if you see patterns others can’t, if you feel too much, if you eat only vegetables, or like to meditate. Being a good person is beyond that.
It demands facing your own demons, not hiding away from them and projecting them upon the world.
And that’s something most people would rather mask, in return creating the bad world they blame everyone else for.

Here is how a FAKE Empath sees the world:Fake Empath

Empath:  One who has a high degree of sensitivity and caring to the feelings of others, to the point it can become a problem. If your client is occasionally saddened by ads about abandoned animals or starving children, it’s because they have a unique and wonderful super power. Please note that one of the most common signs that your client is an empath is that he/she is highly responsive to flattery.
Sociopath: Anyone who hurts an empath’s feelings, especially within the context of a romantic relationship. Examples include someone who forgets an anniversary, leaves the toilet seat in the wrong position, forgets to pick something up from the store, or has to be told to pick something up from the store.
Psychopath: Anyone who hurts an empath’s feelings, especially within the context of the breakup of a romantic relationship. Symptoms include having different tastes in movies or TV or music than an empath does, or forgetting to pick something up from the store twice in a row.
Narcissist: A person they care for that doesn’t give them equal amount of attention, and is more focused on their self. A simple interaction with them is emotionally draining because ‘Empaths’ invest too much of themselves in the ‘relationship’ giving everything to the other person, and they get abused. The other person might simply don’t care that much, or don’t feel the same way.
Caring and Concerned: What empaths are when they express negative feelings.
Rageaholic: What sociopaths, narcissists or psychopaths are when they express their negative feelings to an empath.
Indigo Child: The offspring of an empath. An evolved soul who expresses him/herself freely and does not like being disciplined.
Demon Child: The offspring of a sociopath, narcissist or psychopath. May occasionally require discipline. Inherently inferior to an Indigo Child in every way.
Soulmate: That person you’ve been on three really good dates with.
Twin Flame: That same person after you’ve been in a good relationship for three months.
Satan Incarnate: That same person after you’ve lived with him/her for six months.

Here is how a real empath sees the world:

“I am a human being just like everyone else. I don’t care who you are, if you are a good person I will like you. If you are not, I won’t like you. But each and every single living being deserves respect, even the ones you hate the most.
You have every right in the whole world to not like me, just like I have every right in the whole world to not like you. I don’t need to judge you, but sometimes I will, and that’s my problem.
I know you are only human deep inside, troubling to face your own demons. We all do sometimes. We all have flaws. And sometimes we can get along, and it would be a good time. Deep inside, behind all that chatter and all those layers, we all love one another. That’s why we care.
The world doesn’t need saving. We need to learn how to live with each other. As far as I see, the world is alright for every other living thing, except us. So maybe there’s something wrong with the way we see the world, maybe it’s our own demons that fool us.
And yeah… I am kinda sensitive and perceive things more to the heart than others. That’s my horse, you don’t have to worry about it. I learn to ride it.”
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6 Types of Empaths: Which One Are You and How to Make the Most of Your Gift?

Empathy is the gift of being able to put yourselves in someone else’s shoes and feel things as if you were them. However, there are several different types of empaths, each of which has a different set of empathetic abilities.

1. Emotional Empath

The emotional empath is one of the most common types of empaths. If you are this type, you will easily pick up the emotions of others around you and feel the effects of those emotions as if they were yours. The emotional empath will deeply experience the feelings of others in their own emotional body. For example, an emotional empath can become deeply sad around another individual who is experiencing sadness.
For emotional empaths, it is important to learn to differentiate between your own emotions and those of others. In this way, you can use your ability to help others without becoming drained.

2. Physical/Medical Empath

Those with this type of empathy can pick up on the energy of other people’s bodies. They intuitively know what ails another person. Many people with this type of empathy become healers either in the conventional medical professions or in alternative ones. Physical empaths may ‘feel’ an awareness  in their physical body when treating someone. They may also ‘see’ blockages in a person’s energy field that they sense need treating.
If you are a medical empath, you may pick up on symptoms from others and feel them in your own body. Taking on the physical symptoms of others may lead to health problems. Some people with chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia or autoimmune diseases might find it helps to strengthen their own energetic field so that they can turn this ability off when necessary. Taking some training in a form of healing can also help to hone this ability.

3. Geomantic Empath

Geomantic empathy is sometimes called place or environmental empathy. Those with this ability have a fine attunement to the physical landscape. If you find yourself uncomfortable, or really happy in certain environments or situations, for no apparent reason, you may be a geomantic empath.
If you are a geomantic empath, you will feel a deep connection to certain places. You may be drawn to sacred stones, groves, churches or other places of sacred power. You may also be sensitive to the history of a place and be able to pick up on sadness, fear or joy that have occurred in locations. Place empaths are highly attuned to the natural world and grieve for any damage to it. They watch with horror when trees are cut down or landscapes destroyed
If you are this type of empath, you will probably need to spend time in nature to recharge. You may also find helping in an environmental project very healing for you. It is also important for you to make your everyday surroundings as harmonious and beautiful as you can. You may feel happier if you fill your house with plants and natural scents. You might also like to choose natural materials such as wood and linen for your clothing and furniture.

4. Plant Empath

If you are a plant empath, you intuitively sense what plants need. You will be green-fingered and have a true gift for placing the right plant in the right place in your garden or home. Many plant empaths choose to work in parks, gardens or wild landscapes where they can put their gifts to good use. In fact, if you have chosen an occupation that involves plants, then you are probably a plant empath. Some people with this gift actually receive guidance from trees or plants directly by hearing it within the mind.
If you are this kind of empath, you will already know that you need a lot of contact with trees and plants. You might like to strengthen this bond by sitting quietly by a special tree or plant and attuning more closely to its needs and guidance.

5. Animal Empath

Many empaths have a strong connection with animals. However, an animal empath will probably devote their lives to working for the care of our animal friends. Those with this gift will know what an animal needs and may be able to telepathically communicate with the creature.
If you are an animal empath, you probably already spend as much time with animals as you can. You may find that studying the biology or psychology of animals helps you to refine your gift. You could also consider training as an animal healer as your special talent can enable you to find out what is wrong with an animal and treat it accordingly.

6. Claircognizant/Intuitive Empath

If you are a claircognizant or intuitive empath, you will pick up information from other people simply by being around them. One glance at someone can give you all kinds of insight into that person. You will immediately know if someone is lying to you because you can sense the intentions behind their words. Those with this gift resonate to others energetic fields and read the energy of others very easily. This is closely related to the telepathic empath who can read another person’s thoughts
If you have this ability, you need to surround yourself with people who you feel aligned with. With this gift, you may need to strengthen your energetic field so that you are not constantly bombarded with the thoughts and emotions of others.
Being an empath is not easy. You may find it confusing, disorientating and exhausting. However, understanding which of the types of empath you are can help you to use your gifts and abilities to help yourself and those around you.
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A Master Buddhist Reveals the 3 Essential Principles to a Zen Mind

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Ever wondered what the main pillars are of a “Zen Mind”? I mean, we all want to be more peaceful, wise and happy, yet it can be difficult to figure out how to go about it.
That’s where Korean-born Zen teacher Seung Sahn Soen-sa comes in with his befitting explanation of the “Zen Mind” in one of the chapters his book Dropping Ashes on the Buddha: The Teachings of Zen Master Seung Sahn
Here are the three pillars of the Zen mind:
“Zen practice – requires great faith, great courage, and great questioning…”

Great Faith

“What is great faith? Great faith means that at all times you keep the mind which decided to practice, no matter what. It is like a hen sitting on her eggs. She sits on them constantly, caring for them and giving them warmth, so that they will hatch. If she becomes careless or negligent, the eggs will not hatch and become chicks. So Zen mind means always and everywhere believing in myself…”
Alan Watts also spoke about the importance of having faith:
“To have faith is to trust yourself to the water. When you swim you don’t grab hold of the water, because if you do you will sink and drown. Instead you relax, and float.”

Great courage

“… means bringing all your energy to one point. It is like a cat hunting a mouse. The mouse has retreated into its hole, but the cat waits outside the hole for hours on end without the slightest movement. It is totally concentrated on the mouse-hole. This is Zen mind — cutting off all thinking and directing all your energy to one point.
Osho believed that courage was important. Courage, he believed, was allowing yourself to experience all emotions:
“Experience life in all possible ways — good-bad, bitter-sweet, dark-light, summer-winter. Experience all the dualities. Don’t be afraid of experience, because the more experience you have, the more mature you become.”

Great questioning

“Next — great questioning… If you question with great sincerity, there will only be don’t-know mind.”
Buddha was also an avid believer in critical thinking:
“Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense.” – Buddha
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Are You Criticizing Yourself? Buddhists Have a Message That You Need to Hear

Some of us blame ourselves way too much. Whether it’s our job, or relationship, it’s like our mind falls into the trap of thinking it’s always our fault. It’s becomes a limiting habit that’s difficult to stop.
But you don’t have to be a spiritual guru to realize that self-blame is pretty useless and harmful.
Regardless of whether you were right or wrong, it doesn’t really serve a purpose.
The main problem with it is that we’re reacting instead of taking action. It leaves us mentally stuck, blocking ourselves from seeing the bigger picture. It essentially stops us from living a peaceful life.
However, one philosophy that can help us to stop constantly self-blaming is Buddhism. Buddhism provides two essential truths that are difficult to perceive in the midst of self-blaming.

1) Truth 1: Change is the only constant in the universe.

Buddhists believe that change is the cycle of life. Everything goes through change. The weather changes from day to day, you are born and eventually you’ll pass away, and you’re physical body changes moment to moment. Change exists everywhere. It’s impossible to deny.
When we blame ourselves for something, it’s useful to realize that change is inevitable. We all make mistakes, but that doesn’t mean those mistakes define us. They aren’t us and by having that experience, we’ve already changed. There’s no need to blame. Only to learn.

2) Truth 2: Causes and conditions.

Change is also based on causes and conditions. Buddhism say that yes, we have the power to change causes and conditions, but only to a certain extent.
The truth is, there are literally thousands and thousands of causes and conditions that could be attributed to whatever dismal situation we are in today.
We’re never fully in control of situations or other people. There are countless unknown factors plus the inevitably of change.
How could you possibly blame yourself when there are so many other factors involved?

Why are these two factors important?

When we understand that change is a fact of life – and that causes and conditions are also responsible, we can start letting go a little.
As the great Leo Buscaglia said:
“Let go. Why do you cling to pain? There is nothing you can do about the wrongs of yesterday. It is not yours to judge. Why hold on to the very thing which keeps you from hope and love?”

11 powerful Life Lessons from a Zen Buddhist Monk

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Never stop trying

The worst thing technology has taught us is to be lazy. It is crucial to try several times before giving up. It is also important to try different approaches. When you have reached the point where nothing works then make peace and move on, but giving up after only trying once usually leads to disappointment. Practice or new habit requires patience and a “never stop trying” attitude.


Lessons from a Monk

Is there any doubt that people are searching for happiness in the wrong places? Buddhist Monks have obviously figured this out because instead of chasing material value they look within. Here are ten lessons that come from Monks who know what a fulfilled life entails…


“No self, No enemy.”

It’s the enemy within that causes all of our fears, worries, and insecurities. If you come to terms with this enemy within, it will impact every area of your life. It’s the identification with the “self/ego” that causes all of life’s problems. If you can conquer the enemy within yourself, you won’t have an enemy outside yourself.


All the answers come from within

In order to deal with problems the world throws at you, you need to use your sixth sense. Buddhism students are only given a small amount of information from which they have to solve big problems. This is part of their preparation for facing the world. All the answers reside within us; we just need to look in the right places and trust ourselves.


Know the power of impermanence

Impermanence is one of the most important Buddhist teachings and one that must be fully understood and accepted in order to fully understand life. Nothing is Permanent and the sooner you understand what this really means and accept this; you will be able to live a life filled with less expectation from anything and anyone.


Failure equals growth

This is a lesson very few people seem to understand. Making a mistake or failing at something tends to make us focus on the worst. You should keep in mind that there are always two sides to a coin. Failures and mistakes are a learning process and a precious one at that. Taking chances are such a critical part of a fulfilled life and yet we are scared to take part in the learning process.


Forget about what other people think

Society has a way of programming our egos. We are constantly aware of what other people might be thinking or saying about us. You need to focus on what you think and feel instead of those around you and when you are able to do this; you will be more in tune with your true self.


Learn the art of patience

For some people patience is the hardest thing to achieve. Notice how these people become angry and agitated quite quickly? There is a time and place for everything. Time is man-made and should never cause you frustration. Patience is definitely a virtue and the moment you are capable of controlling frustration, you are well on your way to living a more fulfilled life.


Happiness Starts from within

It will be cynical to assume that happiness is only based on the spiritual side of life. Once you reach happiness from within it will manifest outside in the people and things that make life worth living.


Be present

We hear this one all the time but really, stop and think about how present you are right in this moment. If we learn to do our best, feel our best and just be for this moment only, then we will be able to live a much more fulfilled quality of life as Monks do

Fight the enemy within

You might think your biggest enemy is your boss or the bully at school, but it’s not. You are the one that gives power to your fears and insecurities. Before you can accomplish anything you need to tackle the enemy that empowers the elements keeping you from happiness. In other words, overcome your internal fears.

If You Experience Any Of These 10 Signs You Are On The Lightworker Journey

Lightworkers are the flame carriers, they are vibrating with the frequency necessary to upgrade this world into higher levels of existence.

What is a Lightworker?

Lightworkers are ascended souls that have agreed to come to this planet in order to heal, illuminate and enlighten the world.
However, not all lightworkers remember this once they are born. It usually takes time for them to start remembering.
When a Lightworker enters the physical world, they often struggle to manage their flame within.
Often, a Lightworker forgets their purpose and their flame is dimmed or extinguished by people who just don’t understand, or cannot see even a glimpse of the bigger picture.
But being surrounded by such people can be a powerful training for the Lightworker. In fact, in most cases such treatment from ignorant people is necessary for the Lightworker to dive deep and find the source of their own flame.
This can be a difficult process for most Lightworkers however, once their flame is shining brightly again, they become more powerful than ever.
They shine as a lighthouse for other lightworkers giving them direction and hope solely by their existence.

How to know if you are on your Lightworker Journey?


Lightworkers are healers, but how they choose to heal is entirely up to them.
Some take on the role of being a spiritual teacher, psychic or energy healer, whereas others do their work with more subtlety through writing, inspiring and creating.
In every lightworker’s life there comes a time for their journey to start in order for them to become who they truly are.
Here are the 10 most common signs experienced by most people reminding them that their lightworker journey has began.
If you experience ANY of these 10 signs, you are a Lightworker already on its journey:
1. You feel a calling to help, heal or guide others.
2. You are sensitive to energies or extremely empathic.
3. You possess gifts of mediumship or psychic abilities.
4. You feel REALLY strongly about environmentalism and the treatment of animals.
5. You feel an affinity to the healing arts and have explored many healing modalities.
6. You are very aware of your own fears and the fears of those around you.
7. You experienced a strong spiritual awakening.
8. You love being around people but also need your alone time to recharge. You are both an extrovert and an introvert.
9. You might be naturally driven to psychology or understand psychological patterns invisible to other people.
10. You see the number 1111 frequently (this is the calling card of a Lightworker).

What’s the Lightworkers’ mission?Lightworker's Mission

Lightworkers heal the planet by healing those who inhabit it. In fact, most of the suffering created on the planet is done by unhealed trauma humanity suppresses down its collective psyche.
There is still a lot of unhealed trauma we carry around from WW1 and WW2 alone.
A Lightworker helps people become aware of what they need to heal deep inside and heal it. They do this through their work, whatever that is.
Every Lightworker is responsible for balancing out the energy of fear with the energy of love on this planet.
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A Zen Philosopher Explains How to Rewire Your Brain to Cope With Negative Feelings

I’m sure you’ve heard of ‘mindfulness’ before. From mental health experts to professional athletes, it’s being touted as the next big revolution in psychology.
The truth is that mindfulness has been around for centuries in the Eastern world, it’s just that the Western world is slow to catch on.
But don’t worry, it’s not very complex. The main crux of it involves focusing your attention on the present moment with a non-judgmental and compassionate attitude.
It can be a remarkable technique to help you cope with difficult situations in life.
To practice mindfulness, here are 7 habits. They may seem difficult at first, but if you keep at it, they’ll benefit you for a lifetime.

1. Practice Gratitude

Being grateful for the blessings we receive can be one of the most important habits you can develop, hands down. It reminds us to enjoy what we have. To practice gratitude, immediately write down 3 things you are grateful for when you wake up.

2. Feel your feet and palms  

This is a technique that will anchor yourself to the present moment. Clench your hands into tight fists and release. Clench. Release. Clench. Release. This allows you to focus on your body, which will put you in the present moment.

3. Notice the environment

With mindfulness, you don’t have to manipulate your feelings and emotions to stay in the present moment; just simply notice what’s around you. Allow your mind to let go and just notice all the wonderful objects, sites, and sounds around you.

4. Breathe Deeply

Most meditation techniques revolve around breathing and for good reason: It’s a great way to relax and center yourself. To begin practising, inhale for 3 seconds and exhale for 3 seconds. As you get more practice, you can increase the amount of seconds, which will make you feel even more centered and relaxed.

5. Listen, don’t just hear

Next time you’re in a conversation, try to notice when you judge the person you’re speaking with. Then once you notice, you can attempt to avoid the judgments and focus on the content of what they’re saying. Judgments cause us to be bias and not really listen to what others have to say.

6. Watch what you eat

Literally feel your body and your senses as you eat. Not only will you enjoy your food more, you’ll begin to realize what food your body thrives on, and what food to avoid.

7. The Mindful Shower

The shower is the perfect time to practice mindfulness. Simply watch the beautiful water hit your skin and embrace the wonder and glory of it all!

What Does Your Chinese Zodiac Sign Say About Your Personality?

The Chinese zodiac is based on a twelve year cycle. Each year is calculated according the Chinese lunar calendar and starts in late January or early February (depending on the year).

For each year, there is an animal that rules – Rat, Ox, Tiger, Hare, Dragon, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig. These animals have an influence on the personality of those born in that year.
It is said that your Chinese zodiac animal reveals character traits or aspects about your personality in a similar way to how western astrology works. It is said that “This animal hides in your heart.”
Find your Chinese zodiac animal below.

The Rat

1900, 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020, 2032, 2044, 2056, 2068, 2080, 2092

Rats are considered to be people with a charming personality. They are quite generous when it comes to relationships; especially the ones that are important to them. They can have a short temper too, but generally, they are at ease when they are in the company of people they love.
They are quite popular within their posse. They possess intellectual abilities that provide them unique ideas time after time. They are capable of seeing opportunities that others cannot which is why they are called opportunists. They can often get caught up in too many commitments because of this though. When it comes to both business and love, Rats are quite passionate.

The Ox

1901, 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021, 2033, 2045, 2057, 2069, 2081, 2093

People born in the year of the Ox have the personality just like on Ox. They are strong and they can face difficult circumstances and handle the situations with confidence. They are responsible, capable and methodical.
The Ox can occasionally be demanding and arrogant. They defend their interest with a fierce loyalty and determination. They are practical and because of this, their personal life may be more stable than passionate or exciting. This doesn’t mean that the Ox is not affectionate – they are. They are also faithful to their loved ones. The Ox is organized and extends a sense of duty that is commendable and to be honored.

The Tiger

1902, 1914, 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2010, 2022, 2034, 2046, 2058, 2070, 2082, 2094

Tigers are very sensitive buy yet tuned in to their emotions. They feel deeply and are extremely loving. Because of this, Tigers have to work on finding a balance between their need for love, their competitive spirit and their strong desire to dominate and be in control.When it comes to commitment to relationships, they are quite passionate, and they always expect the same in return. On the other hand, many Tigers engage in a sort of self-protection and keep themselves independent from that love too.
Tigers have the qualities of a tiger that helps them to face challenges courageously. They make great leaders, however they can be restless and impatient. Although Tigers are very confident, if they are criticized, it can rattle them because of their sensitive nature. Tigers are known for bouncing back after circumstances have brought them down.

The Hare (also referred to as The Rabbit)

1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023, 2035, 2047, 2059, 2071, 2083, 2095

Like Rabbits, the people born in the year of the hare are pleasant and well-liked. Hares are affectionate and sweet. They can come across as overly sentimental and might be seen as shallow by some. Hares do not like conflict and so they will avoid arguing or conflict. To the Hare, life is about pleasure and happiness.
Hares can be easily distracted, especially in the pursuit of fun. Because of this, they can be neglectful without realizing it even though they would never intentionally hurt someone. Even though Hares love a good time, they are also intellectual people who appreciate quiet as well. They can even have a reserved demeanor. Hares are loving and sensitive and always seek for security in their relationship.

The Dragon

1904, 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012, 2024, 2036, 2048, 2060, 2072, 2084, 2096

Dragons have a charismatic personality and are energetic. They can even be boisterous and loud at times. Extremely talented and intelligent people, Dragons are the type of people who go after their dreams. The downside of the Dragon is there perfectionistic tendencies. They can be demanding on themselves as well as those around them. Dragons love a challenge where they can focus their energy and skills. They tend to achieve great success in their endeavors.
Dragons are not among the people who follow the rules. Instead, they like to forge their own course. Dragons have a desire to be free and permanent commitments can feel draining on them. Dragons don’t seek “committed relationships” so much as they seek kindred spirits to share the adventures of life with.

The Snake (also referred to as The Serpent)

1905, 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025, 2037, 2049, 2061, 2073, 2085, 2097

Snakes are wise. They are deep thinkers. Snakes also have a charming and romantic side but are often secretive and operate as loners. They like to keep things to themselves in secrecy. Becaues of this, they are often less socially popular. To the snake, this is preferable as they appreciate and even require solitude.
On their own, snakes work hard at what they are seeking to achieve while others hardly notice. Their immense efforts give rise to big success. In their relationships, Snakes look for elegance and grace, however, they are known to be jealous.

The Horse

1906, 1918, 1930, 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2026, 2038, 2050, 2062, 2074, 2086, 2098

Horse people live up to the expression, “works like a horse.” They expend great effort and exertion in their endeavors and always strive for excellence. Horses are people who like to work by themselves and are often not regarded as team players even though they are extremely hard workers. Because of this they can come across as egotistic.
Horses have great verbal skills, strong intellects and in social situations, they are popular. They are great at committed to difficult endeavors and will see it through. Horses like a challenge and so they will decline work that they thing is beneath them. Horses can be short-tempered and explosive, but they have a soft side too. In love, they can be impulsive.

The Sheep (also referred to as The Ram)

1907, 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015, 2027, 2039, 2051, 2063, 2075, 2087, 2099

Everyone just loves Sheep. They are charming and likable people even though they are also quite reserved. Sheep are prone to physical discomfort and will express that through complaining. They have a natural tendency towards pessimism. Despite this, sheep are kind and sympathetic people, and they love to socialize.
Sheep people love culture, nature and art. They are creative and artistic. Sheep often lack confidence however and can be timid and lack self-confidence. Still, they are generally kind and sensitive. They seek relationships that provide them with security.

The Monkey

1908, 1920, 1932, 1944, 1956, 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016, 2028, 2040, 2052, 2064, 2076, 2088, 2100

Monkeys have a personality that drives the attention of the crowd. They are energetic and intelligent. Monkeys might even be called magnetic. They are great at small talk and conversation. They are often viewed as eccentric and yet, quite charming and appealing to others.
The Monkey people are humorous and quick-witted. They have a knack for finding humor and laughter in situations. Some people might find the Monkey suspicious because they don’t fully trust this. The high energy of the Monkey causes them to often feel restless. This can cause some challenges for the Monkey in career choices. Because of this, Monkeys thrive in environments and relationships where there is a lot of change.

The Rooster (also referred to as The Bird)

1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029, 2041, 2053, 2065, 2077, 2089, 2101

The Rooster is industrious and hard working. They express their views naturally and with ease and are good at communicating. They can have a hard time sharing the spotlight however and often view their own opinions as superior. Roosters like for others to see their opinions this way as well.
Roosters love attention and seek that out in various aspects of life including the way they dress and other behavior. Roosters have high standards for themselves and for others. This can be frustrating for others around them, however it can also manifest in great success professionally. Roosters are loyal and true to their relationships.

The Dog

1910, 1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018, 2030, 2042, 2054, 2066, 2078, 2090, 2102

We all know Dogs as man’s best friend and the same applies to people born in the year of the Dog. They are faithful, honest and loyal. Dogs have a knack for focusing their interests and putting their entire heart and soul into it whether it is a hobby or career.
Dogs can be sharp with their tongues and quick to criticize – this can be a challenge for the Dog personality. Still, Dogs strive for justice and fairness and are they are keen on using their problem-solving skills to resolve a situation. You can count on a Dog to be loyal and trustworthy in friendship, however they may hold a grudge and have a hard time forgiving. Dogs have a need for healthy relationship and so when a dog finds their ideal mate, they are loyal for life.

The Pig (also referred to as The Boar)

1911, 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2031, 2043, 2055, 2067, 2079, 2091, 2103

Pigs make wonderful companions. They are kind, sincere and tolerant people. Pigs are great conversationalist as well as interesting and intriguing. Pigs also have a great sense of humor and are seen as witty. Pigs are also smart and set tough goals for themselves. Their sharp intellect helps them to carry out their goals.
Social harmony is important to the pig and so they often see the best in people and overlook their faults. To their detriment, Pigs often think everyone else does the same and this naiveté can cause them some heartache. Pigs like spending time with their loved ones and cherish their home life. They can easily get involved in materialism.
source: sparkofgoodness

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