The fearsome and ugly mythical creature that haunts our legends and fairy tales is depicted in Asian astrology as a colorful, passionate and respectful creature. The dragon is literally overflowing with health, strength and energy. He is very open-hearted and never petty, because he hates hypocrisy and gossip and does not possess the slightest diplomatic skill. His striving for perfection forces him to make high demands on himself and his fellow men. The dragon is a magnificent specimen of man, a fantastic animal that spits fire, gold or water at will. A child born under the sign of the Dragon is a great stroke of luck for a Chinese family - accordingly, it is pampered and cuddled. Therefore, from the very beginning, the Dragon is imbued with the consciousness of being something very special and having all the prerogatives on his side. He is proud, and not without reason, because he is intelligent and has many talents. This is how he usually attains great power and thus much influence over his environment. However, there is another side to the much loved and admired dragon: He is a great dazzler, because he always strives for perfection. If he does not succeed with it and falls by the wayside, his way out is the big bluff. Never will a dragon admit that he can't do something - his pride won't allow it. If he does not succeed in something, he becomes a master of jugglery and deception.
The dragon and his health
You would think that this powerful creature would never get sick. But even a dragon is not endlessly resilient. However, he doesn't want to know anything about that. He works until he drops. Only when he lies down ill, he will allow himself rest. Fortunately for him, however, he recovers quickly.
The dragon and in the profession
A Dragon can be successful in any profession. For lack of adaptability alone, he will never stay long on the lower floors of a company. He is a born leader who will never resign himself to a subordinate position. Either he rises quickly to the highest levels or he makes his own way. Because he always wants to decide for himself what to do and what not to do.
The dragon and love
The best is just good enough for the demanding dragon. He does not put up with just anyone. Therefore, he loves only rarely, but is loved a lot. He knows no heartbreak, but often makes others despair. The Dragon gets along well with the Rat, who in his infatuation takes a lot on himself and with his critical mind and his sense for material things is the right partner for him. The same is true for the Snake, who can break the Dragon's pride with his humor. In love as in business, the monkey is the ideal partner. He is cunning, the dragon is powerful. They need each other, but only the monkey is aware of this.