Personal traitsPisceans are the most malleable of the twelve signs. They possess a gentle, patient nature, but one that is in want of molding. They can be impressed by and completely absorbed into their environment.
Positive TraitsPisceans do best in an environment where they can exercise their imaginations and intuitive nature. They are gifted artistically. They are versatile and tend to understand things by absorption rather than logic. They are loyal, home-loving, kind and generous. They are receptive to new ideas and circumstances.
Negative TraitsPiscean characters are absent minded. They don't fare well in a controlled or fixed environment and generally rebel against convention. Pisceans wage only a personal battle.They can be so subtle, sensitive and emotional that they end up being a real drain on ones resources. In business they can be unreliable, idle, careless, impractical and ineffective. The negative side of Pisces is often fickle, a gossip, indiscreet, and gullible. Pisces is easily misled because they want to believe. No matter how often they are led astray by vacant promises, they keep the faith and go on looking for their personal ideal. Their dreamy and impractical natures are a source of distress to those close to them.Being a mixture of an optimist and a pessimist , they find it difficult to make up their minds on any issue.
ProfessionIn the career department, they are better working by themselves than for someone else. Their sympathy equips them for careers in charity, catering to the needy, as a nurse, looking after the sick, or as a veterinarian, caring for animals.
Aquamarine is a member of the Beryl family of stones as emerald. Meaning - "sea water" it's not hard to figure out that it derives this name due to it's color being similar to that of the ocean.
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Advice for the PisceansWhether actually sick, or suffering from hypochondria, they are so demanding that they can wear out anybody's patience. When they feel rejected or lonely they may turn to drugs or alcohol for comfort.They should avoid this attitude.They lack decisiveness and are easily diverted from their purposes. Pisceans are most likely to suffer from nervous disorders, insomnia, anemia and despondency. They should live in bright, sunny and dry climates and should take good excercise. Pisceans should avoid their restlessness to make life more meaningful.
Origins in MythologyThe constellation of Pisces appears as a fish swimming in the waters that pour from Aquarius. In Babylonian times, this star formation was associated with the gods Oannes and Dagon. These were water deities in the form of fish. Also in this constellation is the Leash, upon which were tied the two fish goddesses, Anunitum and Simmah.
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