Dangerous Relationships

This image below was sent to me by a fellow wise woman Connie from Mexico. A tigress from a California Zoo who lost her cubs during birth. The tigress was so depressed the zoo consoled her with orphaned piglets wearing the fur of her still born cubs.

Dangerous Relationship

Clearly, this relationship has a limited life expectancy. When will Tiggers depression lift and her mood turn sour? When will the mighty predator turn on her prey?

Does this remind you of the tension in your relationship? Cautiously walking the line between nurturing peace complete destruction.

In Chinese Astrology the relationship of the Pig and Tiger has two possible meanings. The first meaning is physical destruction associated with travel. Since 2010 is the year of the Tiger and I was born at Pig hour – yes  I am taking out extra car and travel insurance this year!

Secondly, it can mean a potentially prosperous union. If you were born in the year of the Tiger and the month of the Pig, you may enjoy easy prosperity. If you were born in the year of the Pig an the month of the Tiger you may enjoy slow prosperity but good intelligence.

The brilliance of Chinese Astrology is that it is built on 3000 years of research. The observations of Pig and Tiger are metaphors for the type of energy present in a persons birth chart. Like the photo, it reminds us what we already know about the nature of our relationships. Some are peaceful and nurturing and some are deadly and destructive.

We get to choose how we will manifest our relationships to ourselves and to others. Will it be toward the dark edges of the extreme? or will we hold both polarities and choose the middle path where we can watch and wonder?

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  • Mike Genevro  On July 1, 2010 at 11:27 pm


    It is good to hear from you.

    Good luck as your journey continues.

    Regards, Mike Genevro

    P.S. I signed up for the email notifications from your blog. – Mike

  • Mary Albitz  On July 2, 2010 at 6:23 pm

    Hmmm, I wonder how this applies to me. I was born in the year of the Tiger, but not sure which chinese astrological month and hour I was born.

  • Jeff Cotter  On July 3, 2010 at 8:58 pm

    You are indeed a wise woman.
    Thanks be to the Goddess that you are my friend.

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