On the fourth day of the World Cup we finally had the chance to see the current best football player in the world, Lionel Messi.
He has been accused of not playing as well in his national team as he plays in Barcelona, therefore for him the World Cup games provide a chance to prove them all wrong, and it seems he will do anything to bring Argentina to the throne.
He started off well by scoring a goal last night against Bosnia and Herzegovina and leading his team to the first victory.
Lionel Messi is a Yang Wood person, born in the Horse month, which represents the mid summer season. The Fire element is very dominant in his chart, therefore his creativity profile is very strong. He shares this creativity pattern with Neymar, van Persie and Balotelli, all of them showing very strong creativity profiles in their charts.
Yang Wood people are known for their need for a stable environment. They do not like to change surroundings, just like a big tree does not like to be uprooted to be planted elsewhere. Those are more the qualities of Yin Wood people, who react like pot plants, shrubs or grass. Lionel Messi confirmed several times that his intention is to play in Barcelona until the end of his career. The thought of changing surroundings can be rather scary for Yang Woods. As long as Messi is paid well, he will not seek another team, even if Barcelona is not as successful as it used to be.
Messi’s creativity regarding strategy and planning is highly developed. He has a very strong feeling for the field and the players, knowing exactly how to bring the ball across to produce the best possible result. This specific ability is combined with introvert characteristics. He comes across as a shy person who dislikes publicity.
Being a Rabbit also adds to this picture. Rabbits often behave like scientists, buried in some laboratory, working on a project and not seeking any company, unless really necessary.
He is also completely lacking the metal element, which in his case means having no interest in power or image. This distinguishes him from his competition for the best player in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo, who enjoys publicity very much.
His money luck is also very well balanced, playing wonderfully with his creativity profile. It’s a pure money machine with very little obstacles in his chart.
Altogether a very simple chart, ruled mostly by two elements, wood and fire, these kind of charts often produce the most brilliant personalities. It gives them simplicity and the ability to focus on one thing only without being distracted with too many options. All Messi wants is to play football and be the best at it.