Aries (Mar 21st-April 20th) is the first sign of the zodiac as March 21st is the spring equinox. The sign of Aries is the ram. Arians are often pioneers in both thought and action. They do not shy away from challenges but welcome them with open arms. Therefore, Arians are often seen as courageous, responsible leaders. Just like the battling ram, they live life head first with a headstrong nature.
Being the first sign of the zodiac seems to make Arians natural leaders. They are lovers of freedom and exploring new ideas. Taking a gamble on something new never fazes an Arian. They are seen as ambitious, exciting, and vibrant individuals who gravitate towards the centre of any action because of these traits. Arians make great leaders because they normally have genuine concern for those they lead.
They tend to be frank and candid, which are traits many people look for in a leader. Arians make good researchers and explorers due to their inquisitive nature. They also make good military leaders and politicians due to their charisma and dynamic personalities. They are direct and may be the true embodiment of the phrase “what you see is what you get.”
Arians tend to be very organized and are therefore able to organize others with ease. They are often the activist and doer in the crowd. Because of their enthusiasm and optimism for ideas and plans, they have no trouble drawing other people into becoming involved in a cause. Their “take charge” attitude also helps put others at ease. They love to help out lost causes and to fight for the underdog. Arians are often very determined, which is another good trait in activism.
Arians are full of nonstop energy when working on something they love. They will continue to work tirelessly after all the others have gone home. However, Arians relish in running the whole show and if challenged, may give up and look for another cause to support and rally people around.
Arians love to be the leaders, but do not like to follow someone else’s lead. And while they welcome challenges, if they do not see results quickly enough, they may quickly decide to move on. They are also sudden to desert a cause if questioned about their leadership. Arians are very good at starting things, but often may leave tasks unfinished.
The energy and aggressiveness that makes Arians such incredible leaders can also work against them. They can be argumentative and headstrong. Their quick temper may flair up from times to time and if you anger them, they often hold grudges.
Parts of the Body Ruled By Aries
Head, brain, and eyes – Arians can be prone to headaches and injuries to their head. They may have problems with fevers and are vulnerable to stress-related ailments. Because Arians rules the brain, they may fall prey to mental problems, but their determination and energy helps them rebound more successfully than less enthusiastic signs.
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Vincent Van Gogh
Leonardo da Vinci
George I of England
Otto von Bismarck
Philip IV, King of Spain and Portugal
Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet leader
Napoleon III, Emperor of France
If you need a great leader, look for the Arians in the crowd. If given free reign without any criticism, they can lead you to great places, if they don’t get sidetracked and move on to something else.
Source : www.exploreastrology.co.uk