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 Goat Chinese Zodiac Horoscope

Goat Chinese Zodiac
As you move into the peak days of the social and serendipitous month of the Snake, life is likely to be busy, but with a chance for some respite by the weekend. This is partly because in the lead up to Thursday's Full Moon the month of the Snake is in full growth phase and there is likely to be a busy and vibrant vibe, with people to see, places to go and lots of demands on your time. However, also because Thursday's Full Moon is likely to add to this, with the busy, industrious and work focused Rat Moon from Thursday to Saturday the most intense of the year. On the other side and especially with the Moon moving into its waning phase by then, the intensity will drop back and over the weekend there will be a chance to recharge your batteries.

Year of the Dragon
Feb 10, 2024 - Jan 28, 2025
The contrast between the adventurous Year of the Rabbit, which ends on 10th February and the competitive and professionally charged Year of the Dragon, which begins on the same day is an extreme one, and in more ways than one. This is not just a shift in focus from the Rabbit’s focus on adventure, travel, learning and discovery, but from its easier ways. While it might not have felt like life was particularly easy during the 13 lunar months of the Year of the Rabbit, it could have been more challenging had it not been acting as a shield. The Goat and the Rabbit are part of the same triad of affinity, so it was there to shield you and to make life as easy as possible.

As you move into the Year of the Dragon that shield is taken away, but at a time when you are ready to take off the cotton wool and experience life in all its dramas and extremes. At the time it was nice to feel the Rabbit’s ring of protection, but you no longer need or want to be mollycoddled and are ready to take some risks. For the Goat, the Year of the Dragon is not a challenging year, but with one happy to stay in its own paddock and the other needing the freedom to race through the skies, this is a very different energy to your own. The Goat doesn’t like to take risks and thrives on routine, while the Dragon is a risk taker who likes to be spontaneous.

This makes this a year when there is a chance to move out of your comfort zone and as its competitive spirit takes hold, go after your personal and professional goals and ambitions. It is during the month of the Dragon, which will run from 9th April to 8th May, that you will get a feel for the full influence of the Year of the Dragon and as it begins on a total solar eclipse, this could start with a bang. Until then, from 10th March to 9th April, the month of the Rabbit will bring you a chance to capture some of the influence from the Year of the Rabbit, meaning that you don’t have to say goodbye to its influence just yet. Another important month for you will be the month of the Goat, which from 6th July to 4th August will be a chance for a personal check in.

About the Goat
Goats are sensitive, kind and loving creatures. They are also creative, artistic and sometimes eccentric. The Goat is the zodiacal archetype of genuine goodness and consideration. Goats are lucky about being in "the right place at the right time."

Goats definitely don't like to stand out in a crowd and will always hide in the wings, but they are elegant creatures and can be very creative. In general, they are serene, home-loving and nurturing.

They have a need to be loved and are at times, emotionally gloomy. Goats do not take criticisms well due to their sensitivity. They are extremely passive and will only fight under extreme provocation.

Their gentility and generosity with sympathy often leads them to be exploited by others. Goats are at best paired in business with a partner who is more aggressive than themselves, such as the Horse. In romantic relationships, they fare well with partners who have complimentary qualities that balance their trusting and gentle nature, as oppose to those who resemble them.

Compatible: Rabbits & Pigs
Incompatible: Oxen
Satisfactory: Horses
Difficult: Snakes & Rabbits

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