May 4th Zodiac Horoscope Birthday Personality – Taurus – Part 1
May 4th Zodiac
Chabazite is a very good stone to aid those born on May 4th to let go of the past and all dependencies they have created through relationships. It is a crystal that helps on the way back to self and suits those who wish to take their life back. It will bring structure into their world in areas where structure is needed, raising awareness about time and all matters that take careful planning and commitment.
These two symbols share something small that has to deal with something much bigger, no matter if it is baggage or vast waters that hold the entire idea of life (symbolized through shellfish). In general, this combination needs to show us that everything can be fun no matter the surroundings or circumstances, and this makes serving others a much easier task to do.
The 4th of May is a date for the next step to come, and every person born at this time will feel a strong need to make that next move and step, unwilling to wait for someone else to take initiative. With a good plan, there is no reason for their intentions not to bring actual results, but it is imperative for them to accept responsibility and stop worrying about the consequences of every little thing they ever did if they want to succeed in their endeavors.
It is typical for them to be involved in karmic relationships that don’t leave much room for personal freedom of any one of the partners. Their time comes after the first Saturns return and just before their thirtieth birthday, when they are finally grown up and understand that some things are simply out of their hands. Giving away a piece of responsibility to the “other side” of the equation, they tend to get closer and closer to balance and typically meet the right partner after they have learned their lessons and realized that they need to hold on to healthy boundaries in any relationship.
A birthday gift for a person born on the 4th of May can be something with historical value, reminding them of things from the past, something from an antique shop or from the home they once lived in. You can buy them a new watch or a beautiful, traditional piece of art, but steer clear of modern designs that don’t have a personal touch to them. They could use something to organize their space, or a planner that has enough room for detailed explanations of activities they wish to organize.