People born in a year of the Tiger are brave, competitive, unpredictable, and confident.
The Noble Tiger (Yin)— the "Go-Getter"
The Years of the Tiger include 1962,1974,1986,1998,2010,2022,2034...
The third position in the Chinese Zodiac, the Tiger, is captivating, extreme, and rebellious. Those souls born into Tiger years learn the lesson of “nobility,” and are symbolized by the respectful salute of honor from a subordinate to their leader. This classic "hero" type of personality represents power, courage, and action without forethought.
The Tiger plays for stakes and aims to win at the game of life. The competitive and self-assured Tiger seeks challenges and audience approval, and is fiercely independent. This fiercely self-reliant soul may appear gruff and tough on the outside, yet they are tenderhearted and affectionate toward those whom they love.
Because the Tiger is an animal of the yang disposition, it is their nature to be energetic, confident, and to end up in first place. The three unrivaled qualities of those born into Tiger years are courage, enthusiasm, and protectiveness. Tigers condemn shallow displays of sincerity, meddling, and all forms of personal criticism.
The most harmonious time of each day for the Tiger is between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. These are the predawn hours when the yang force grows, and during which the Tiger refuels their endless energy and unfailing self-confidence. Little distinction exists between the genders of this sign. Both are graced with a strong character and great powers of resistance. Whether male or female, their immense energy allows Tigers to undertake sizable projects.
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