Sociable, curious and independent, they love freedom. Good at networking and negotiation, Saru
are extremely adaptable, giving them a taste for travel, the occasional urge to take risks as well as a tendency to question themselves frequently. They are allergic to constraint, are lively and impatient and adore anything that goes very fast. However they are also quite anxious individuals who can be very short-tempered and they need to be able to channel this excess energy through a significantly active lifestyle and diverse areas of interest. They are firm believers in the aphorism "less routine, more life"... Energetic and strong-willed, they are concerned about their image and look after their appearances, cultivating an attitude and choreography of gestures that is designed to attract attention and admiration. Distinguished and attractive, they are not lacking in charm (although they are not always conscious of this fact) and are often creative souls who are full of life. Their professional performance is important to them although their rhythm is somewhat inconsistent. They possess fantastic organisation skills and are more apt to giving orders than carrying them out. They can be aloof and a little arrogant, and therefore abrupt at times. With little tolerance and even less patience, they are capable of impressive fits of rage during which they may get quite carried away. However, if they really want to, they are equally capable of displaying admirable self-control, especially in public... As children, they can be a bit dissipated (especially if they were born on the 5th, 14th or 23rd of the month, in May, or if they have a Life Path
Number of 5). Yet they are also capable of seriousness and rigor, (especially if they were born on the 4th, 13th, 22nd or 31st of the month, in April, or if their Life Path
Number is 4). Calm, harmony and security are as necessary to their well-being as activity, and they would be strongly advised to practice a sport. Not always very disciplined, they feel the need to assert themselves and demand independence: their upbringing should nevertheless be reasonably firm because given the chance, they'd choose play over work any day.