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Love blossoms strong on your secret tree of life; ANCIENT ART POINTS THE WAY TO HIDDEN FORCES THAT MAP OUT OUR CHARACTERS.

THE hectic pace of modern life, job insecurity and relationship problems have conspired to make every day more and more stressful.

Now, growing numbers of people in Ireland are turning to ancient Chinese philosophies for guidance in their lives.

The latest source of inspiration has come from trees, with many practitioners of Feng Shui supporting the idea that each one of us is defined by a tree - our qualities, likes, dislikes, strengths and weaknesses, even our style and looks.

Today, we have simplified the ancient theory to allow everyone to match themselves with a particular tree depending on their birthday.

Simply find which tree sign your birthday falls under. You will be surprised how accurate the findings are.

DISCOVER WHAT BRANCH YOU BELONG TO

Dec 23 to Jan 1 - Apple Tree

Jan 2 to 11 - Fir Tree

Jan 12 to 24 - Elm Tree

Jan 25 to Feb 3 - Cypress Tree

Feb 4 to 8 - Poplar Tree

Feb 9 to 18 - Cedar Tree

Feb 19 to 28 - Pine Tree

March 1 to 10 - Weeping Willow

March 11 to 20 - Lime Tree

March 21 - Oak Tree

March 22 31 - Hazelnut Tree

April 1 to 10 - Rowan Tree

April 11 to 20 - Maple Tree

April 21 to 30 - Walnut Tree

May 1 to 14 - Poplar Tree

May 15 to 24 - Chestnut Tree

May 25 to June 3 - Ash Tree

June 4 to 13 - Hornbeam Tree

June 14 to 23 - Fig Tree

June 24 - Birch Tree

June 25 to July 4 - Apple Tree

July 5 to 14 - Fir Tree

July 15 to 25 - Elm Tree

July 26 to Aug 4 - Cypress Tree

August 5 to13 - Poplar Tree

August 14 to 23 - Cedar Tree

August 24 to Sept 2 - Pine Tree

Sept 3 to 12 - Weeping Willow

Sept 13 to 22 - Lime Tree

Sept 23 - Olive Tree

Sept 24 to Oct 3 - Hazelnut Tree

Oct 4 to 13 - Rowan Tree

Oct 14 to 23 - Maple Tree

Oct 24 to Nov 11 - Walnut Tree

Nov 12 to 21 - Chestnut Tree

Nov 22 to Dec 1 - Ash Tree

Dec 2 to 11 - Hornbeam Tree

Dec 12 to Dec 21 - Fig Tree

December 22 - Beech Tree

Weeping Willow - The Melancholy

WEEPING Willow tree people tend to be beautiful but full of melancholy.

They are found very attractive by the majority of people and are also very empathic.

They also love anything beautiful and tasteful and have a great desire to travel.

But they tend to be dreamers and restless.

Although honest, they have a tendency to change their minds and can be easily influenced.

They are not the easiest people to live with due to their demanding nature. And although they have good intuition, they often suffer in love but sometimes find an anchoring partner.

Hazelnut Tree -

The Extraordinary

HAZELNUT tree people tend to be charming, undemanding and very understanding.

They knows how to make an impression and they often spend their lives actively fighting for some social cause.

They are popular despite their moodiness and make capricious lovers, often changing their hearts to suit their ever swinging mood changes.

But people born under the Hazelnut Tree are known to possess a sense of fairness, honesty and are tolerant partners with a precise sense of judgement.

Elm Tree - The Noble Minded

ELM Tree people tend to have a pleasant shape and love tasteful clothes.

They have modest demands and as a result hate being let down and tend to not forgive other peoples mistakes.

They are usually cheerful and prefer to lead than follow. They make an honest and faithful partner but can fall easily into a know-all-attitude by making decisions for others.

Elm tree people are noble-minded, generous, practical and more often than not, have a great sense of humour.

Poplar Tree - The Uncertainty

POPLAR Tree people have a reputation for looking very decorative.

But they suffer from a lack of self-confidence but can be courageous when it's really necessary.

They have a great need of goodwill and pleasant surroundings and are very choosy about life and relationships.

Poplar Tree people are often lonely and suffer great animosity due in part to their artistic nature.

They make good organisers and tend to be philosophical and reliable in any situation.

They take partnership seriously.

Cedar Tree - The

Confidence

CEDAR Tree people have a rare beauty but know how to adapt despite their love of luxury.

They rarely suffer serious ill health. They are not shy at all and with their huge self-confidence, they tend to look down on others and are able to make quick decisions.

Cedar Tree people tend to be determined and impatient and have a strong desire to impress others. They have many talents and are industrious and live their lives with a healthy optimism.

Most Cedar Tree people wait for the one true love.

Cypress Tree - The

Faithfulness

CYPRESS Tree people tend to be strong, muscular and adaptable to changes in life and love.

They take what life has to give and are mostly happy, content and optimistic.

They do not feel good without either enough money or acknowledgement.

Although independent, they hate loneliness.

Cypress Tree people make passionate lovers who cannot be satisfied, but they are faithful.

They also have a tendency to be quick-tempered, unruly, pedantic and careless.

Pine Tree - The Particularity

PINE Tree people love agreeable company. They are very robust and have a great talent for making their life and surroundings comfortable.

They are very active, natural and make good companions.

But they are seldom the friendliest of people and are suspicious of people they don't know. They have a tendency to fall in love but it is a passion which burns out quickly.

Pine Tree people often give up easily and may suffer many disappointments in love until they finds their ideal partner.

They tend to be trustworthy and practical.

Fir Tree - The Mysterious

FIR Tree people have extraordinary taste and dignity. They tend to have cultivated airs and love anything beautiful.

They can be moody and stubborn and have a tendency to be self-opinionated. But they also show great and genuine care for those close to them.

Fir Tree people are modest but also ambitious and talented. They tend to be an industrious, uncontent lover.

Ash Tree - The

Ambition

ASH Tree people are uncommonly attractive, vivacious, impulsive and demanding.

They do not care for criticism and tend to be ambitious, intelligent and talented.

They like to play with their fate and can be egoistic.

But they are very reliable and trustworthy, faithful and make prudent lovers.

Sometimes their head rules over their heart but they take partnerships very seriously

Chestnut Tree - The Honesty

CHESTNUT Tree people tend to be unusual beauties. They have little interest in impressing people and they have a well-developed sense of justice.

They are vivacious, interested in other people and tend to be born diplomats, but they can irritating and over sensitive in company.

They love only once and have general difficulties in finding a partner.

Maple Tree - The

Independance of mind

MAPLE Tree people are truly out of the ordinary people.

They are captivating and have a full imagination and originality.

They tend to be shy and reserved but they are also ambitious, proud and have a lot of self-respect.

Most Maple Tree people hunger for new experiences although they can sometimes be nervous. They are complex people with a good memory so they can learn easily.

They tend to have a complicated love life and they usually want to impress.

Apple Tree - The Love

APPLE Tree people tend to be slightly built. They ooze charm and appeal and give off a pleasant aura.

They tend to be flirtatious, adventurous, sensitive and may claim not to be in love.

Apple Tree people have a special need to love and be loved and their dream partner would be utterly faithful and tender.

Walnut Tree - The Passion

WALNUT Tree people tend to be unrelenting. They are seen as strange and full of contrasts.

They are often egoistic, aggressive, and react to situations in unexpected ways.

But they have broad horizons, unlimited ambition and tend to be pretty spontaneous.

There is little flexibility in their lives and they can make a difficult and uncommon partner.

Walnut Tree people are not always liked but they are often admired.

They make ingenious strategists and can be very jealous and passionate.

In love, they will fight hard to hold on to their prized possessions, often only appreciating what they had after they have lost it for good.

Rowan Tree - The Sensitive

ROWAN Tree people are full of charm. They are cheerful and gifted without egotism, although they like to draw people's' attention.

They simply love life, motion, unrest and even complications. Rowan Tree people are both dependent and independent and show a lot of good taste, They tend to be artistic, passionate and highly emotional.

They are really good company but they have great difficulty in forgiving.

Lime Tree - The Doubt

LIME Tree people tend to accept what life dishes out in a composed way. They hate fighting, stress and hard work and have a tendency to be lazy, soft and relenting.

They are happy to make sacrifices for friends and they have many talents but not they are often not tenacious enough to make them blossom.

They also spend a lot of time wailing and complaining. They can be very jealous but they're also loyal.

Beech Tree -

The Creative

BEECH tree people have good taste and tend to be concerned about their looks.

They are often materialist and good at organising their life and career. They make good leaders and take no unnecessary risks.

They are known as reasonable people and make splendid lifetime companions.

They are usually keen on keeping fit and are interested in diets and sports.

Hornbeam Tree -

The Good Taste

HORNBEAM Tree people have cool beauty and care for their looks and condition. They make life as comfortable as possible and tend to lead reasonable, disciplined lives.

They look for kindness in other people and an emotional partner who will acknowledge them for who they are.

Birch Tree - The Inspiration

BIRCH tree people are vivacious, attractive, elegant, and friendly.

They tend to be unpretentious and modest and do not like anything in excess.

They abhor vulgarity and love life, nature and a balance in life.

They are not very passionate or ambitious but they are full of imagination and can create a calm and content atmosphere in their life and in the lives of those around them.

Oak Tree - The Robust Nature

OAK tree people are courageous, strong, unrelenting and independent.

They tend to be pretty sensible and have a habit of shying away from changes.

They avoid anything which will disrupt their balance and tend to be people who keep their feet on the ground.

Their friends will see them as action people who are forever on the go, with boundless energy which is sometimes misplaced.

Fig Tree - The

Sensibility

FIG Tree people are very strong, a bit self-willed and independent.

They tend not to allow contradiction or arguments but they love life, their family, children and have an affinity with animals.

They can be a bit of a butterfly with a good sense of humour.

Fig Tree people actually like idleness and laziness when it comes to practical talent, intelligence and common sense. They will a like partner in love.

Olive Tree - The Wisdom

OLIVE Tree people love sun, warmth and kind feelings. They exude compassion.

They are reasonable, balanced people who tend to avoid aggression and violence.

They are tolerant, cheerful, calm and usually have a well-developed sense of justice.

They are sensitive, empathic, free of jealousy.

Olive Tree people love to read and enjoy the company of sophisticated people. Their favourite novels are epic romantic dramas.
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