Bear – Native American Astrology

Bear is the ninth sign of the zodiac of Native American astrology. Bear people are basically very logical and methodical. Whenever you need a steady hand to support you, it can be provided to you only by these people. The practicality of the Bear people makes them successful businessman as well as good business partners. A bit modest as well as shy, Bear folks are blessed with a kind and generous heart.

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Bear – Native American Horoscope

If you are a Bear individual, then you are born at the ‘Time for Harvest’. Bear people have certain distinctions and peculiarities of their own – like, the directions which suit you people the best are the South and the Southwest; again it is the south winds that brings you luck and your conventional totem animal is the mouse.

As far as your emotions are concerned, you are warmhearted and analytical; never do you people jump upon a particular conclusion without analyzing all the pros and cons of a particular situation. Though you can be fussy by nature at times, yet you are modest, practical minded and diligent; accuracy and pragmatic are the keywords, which describes you best. What require attention are your tolerance and your optimistic nature. Try and do the right thing but never try to be perfect.

Lucky Color – Brown and violet
Lucky Stone – Topaz
Lucky Tree – Violet
Element –Earth with Water
Lucky Day – Wednesday
Lucky Time – 1pm-3pm
Goals – Permanent effort for the examination
Compatible Signs – Goose and beaver
Polarity Totem – Wolf
Positive Attributes – Accuracy and modesty
Negative Attributes – Grumbler, hypo critic and workaholic
Animal Symbol – Brown bear
Clan – Turtle
Sub-Desires – Perfection
Sexual Nature – Moralistic
Nature – Considerate
Function – To modify
Avoid – Skepticism and procrastination

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