primal zodiac sign
Libra + Horse
In the animal kingdom, there are primarily two categories of geese: wild and domesticated. Wild geese go where they want when they want, while domesticated geese lay far more eggs and guard them more ferociously. In the Primal Zodiac, those born under the sign of the Goose have both sides blended into one.
Members of this sign are diplomatic, multi-faceted, and strong willed. As they get older Geese are likely to be very family-oriented and domesticated, while younger Geese are likely to showcase a more wild side. Those who don’t let loose in their youth may find themselves restless for adventure and experiences down the road. Before they can settle down, Geese need to experience independence, at the very least. Indeed the two contradictory personality aspects are often at war with one another inside the mind of a Goose.
Those born under the sign of the Goose have a quiet power about them. Even at their most gentle and reserved there is an underlying silent strength that can be felt from them. Many people assume that Geese have an unwavering self-confidence, but in reality this is a complex sign which vacillates between certainty and doubt on a regular basis. Regardless, they have a drive that continues to push them forward, without which they might mire in anxiety and confusion for far too long.
Geese, in their more mature years, tend to be appreciative of everything around them. Of course they still dream of romance and adventure, but over time they learn to accept that life has its ups and downs and at best can find peace and contentment while still enjoying life. Balance is the key for Geese, as is acceptance. Enjoying life for what it is and not for what it could be should be the goal of any mature Goose. Young Geese should not worry about this just yet. Youth is the time for adventure and experience for this sign.
Geese tend to know a lot of people, but only keep a handful of close friends around at any given time. Whoever they are with they are with 100%. They give their full attention to those close to them and have an uncanny ability to make people feel calm and supported. They can be feisty and argumentative, but only to a point. They would rather bow out of an argument gracefully, however, they want others to notice how graceful and elegant they are. In many social situations, the desire to be admired is what drives them.
Geese love the idea of romance, and have a particular weakness for flattery. Perhaps they live in their own heads a bit too much, and might be more in love with the lifestyle and appearance of a certain relationship than their actual partner. Geese tend to have unrealistic expectations of others, and can be a bit overly dependent on partners to make them feel good, despite their naturally independent nature.
Members of this sign are likely to be disappointed in their partner, lamenting the prince charming or perfect woman they might have had otherwise. They want everyone to try to be as perfect as they hope to be and are disappointed when others are not. Geese value loyalty, but are hardcore romantics deep down and will follow their passion first. Again, maturity and balance will strongly affect this area of their lives.
Careers & Goals
Passion is the most important aspect of any Goose’s career. Though they can succeed in almost any career, members of this sign won’t stick with any job for too long if it doesn’t satisfy their internal needs in some way. They are such workhorses naturally that they give their all into whatever project they are working on, but are likely to exhaust themselves if they don’t feel purposeful in their work.
Being social by nature, it’s a good idea for Geese to choose a career that won’t keep them stuck to one desk all day long. Social work and charity work are both great choices for this sign, especially when it allows them to interact with many different people in different locations throughout the work week. Geese are sensitive but can also separate themselves emotionally when necessary. Other good career choices are: Hairdresser, Painter, Poet, Mediator, and Negotiator.