Horse with Rat: Poor match, because neither wants to compromise. Things may start out fun, but they will for the most part end badly as you exert your desire for freedom, and Rat extends his desire for control. Your Rat partner may be a big help to you at home, but often you will find you’re not on the same level. Balance the energy by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the North part of the house.
Horse with Ox: Difficult to balance this relationship. You are impressed with Ox’s stability, yet also bored by it. You wish Ox would not be so demanding, and pretty soon you break out of the paddock to run free. If you’re trying to get your Ox partner to drop the workload and live a little, you can try hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the North by Northwest part of the house.
Horse with Tiger: Both enjoy good times! You and Tiger are the life of the party; you are always where the action is. As long as neither of you thinks the other should sit at home, you will have a great time. Instead of fighting about who does the housework, attract more money to pay for the help by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the East by Northeast part of the house.
Horse with Rabbit: Given time, this can be a good relationship. At first, you will enjoy a lot of passionate fun with Rabbit; this can easily grow into trust and companionship. But keeping up the romance will take some planning. If Rabbit feels lonely at your wanderings and starts to kick up a fuss, you can balance the energy by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the East part of the house.
Horse with Dragon: Lively discussions and dates for these two. You are likely to be involved in the best fun together, or the biggest fights. Both of you are powerful and energetic beings, and together you are unstoppable. Try to base your relationship on what you have in common. Look for the partnership to extend to business as well as personal, and you can attract much success. Hang a Feng Shui Crystal in the East by Southeast part of the house to attract opportunities.
Horse with Snake: This is a tough match. There’s a lot of finger pointing (at each other), yet both are guilty of something. Too much complaining leads to more fights. You might win, but that just results in a squished Snake. If you’re Snake partner just seems like a stick in the mud, you can loosen up the energy by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the South by Southeast part of the house.
Horse with Horse: Caring and sharing and having a great time, frolicking through the pastures without a care in the world. You are beautiful together, and the world is your happy playground. Sometimes you’re so alike it’s uncanny… and a little boring. Spice things up by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the South part of the house.
Horse with Sheep: If you get past the first couple of months, this can work out just fine, but Sheep’s sensitive nature may take offense when you try to be honest and straightforward. Give him time to cool off, then try again. If you find your Sheep partner glum and lifeless at times, you can stimulate the positive energy by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the South by Southwest part of the house.
Horse with Monkey: Quite a painful duel can result from your mixing with the tricky Monkey. But if the Monkey cares about you, he will make an effort, and things may work out over the long run. You’re both smart enough to understand each other. Sometimes that makes things better, but sometimes it breeds contempt. Bring in the positive energy by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the West by Southwest part of the house.
Horse with Rooster: There are some pluses and minuses to this pair. You may feel that Rooster is leading you around by the nose, then dropping you without a moment’s notice. Guard your heart if you’re interested in this chicken. If you’re feeling a little hen-pecked, hang a Feng Shui Crystal in the West part of the house.
Horse with Dog: Running and playing, two hearts beating fast, this is a great match. Dog is faithful and forgiving and looks up to your power and grace. You feel gratitude and dedication in this positive puppy. But if you feel your Dog partner snapping critically at your heels, you can hang a Feng Shui Crystal in the West by Northwest part of the house.
Horse with Pig: You can’t help kicking up a fuss with the fussy Pig. Pig doesn’t want to do battle, but an argument usually ensues. This can be a long term relationship if you don’t mind a knock-down-drag-out every few months. If your Pig partner’s clingy-ness is starting to bore you, spice things up by hanging a Feng Shui Crystal in the North by Northwest part of the house.