2014 Taurus Horoscope


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2014 Taurus Yearly Overview

 

Bulls may be stubborn, but that doesn’t mean they can’t change. You, Taurus, are living proof of that. Even though you’re not one to rock the boat unless you absolutely have to, if you glance back a year or two, you might notice that you’re in an entirely different place in your life. The shift could have started as far back as June 2011, when expansive Jupiter voyaged through Taurus for a year, kicking off a 12-year life chapter. Now, you’re one-quarter of the way through it. Pause for a little compare-and-contrast.

Another source of change (and in some cases, necessary upheaval) has been a series of solar and lunar eclipses on the Taurus/Scorpio axis, running from 2012-14. These game-changing events have been reshuffling your personal priorities, along with your approach to partnership. What do you need to happily join forces for business or romance? Illuminating eclipses helped you evolve into new awareness. For some Bulls, this may have meant parting ways with a key person (who was “eclipsed” out of your life without notice), and for others, it could have spelled serious new commitments. Either way, you’ve been exploring the proper balance of give and take, perhaps experimenting with holding back if you always rush in for the save—or with letting down your walls if you tend to be overly cautious…

Love & Relationships

The year begins cautiously for love, with romantic Venus retrograde (backward) in Capricorn, your open-minded ninth house. Venus takes a backspin every 18 months or so, and it’s known as a time to reflect or rethink your approach to relationships and friendships. While there can be setbacks for some couples or discord among friends, it’s also a good time to extend an olive branch if you’ve been at odds with someone. Fortunately, Venus is visiting an easier part of your chart. It’s possible that you’ll just be a little less optimistic or adventurous in the love department during this time. If you’re in a long-distance relationship, you might experience a few roadblocks in spending quality time. Since the ninth house rules education, single Bulls might want to try a workshop or to improve your romantic I.Q., such as one of Allison Armstrong’s PAX courses (www.understandmen.com) or the Calling In The One teleseminar (callingintheone.com), based on a book that promises a seven-week program to manifest your match…

Money & Career

 

Dream big, Taurus! The year begins with a Capricorn new moon, which happens to be aligned with deep-diving Pluto. Capricorn rules your ninth house of travel, higher education and soul purpose, so you could pen some lofty resolutions as the calendar turns. Make sure they inspire you to toe-tingling levels…and to help, may we suggest you use Danielle LaPorte’s The Desire Map as your guide. LaPorte suggests beginning with how you want to FEEL when a desire manifests, and plotting your action steps around that, rather than a cut-and-dry goal. And then, there’s the business of getting things done. Go-getter Mars spends the first seven months of 2014 in Libra, your sixth house of organization and administrative details. It’s time to capital-S systematize, Taurus. With fast-paced Mars ramping up the detail-oriented work, you could be a busy little beaver, plodding away at tasks that give you a productive buzz. You’ll need to watch the stress, though, because you can get easily overwhelmed. As your life expands, you need new ways of remaining efficient and on top of it all…

Health: Mind, Body & Soul

Winter blues, begone! Active, energetic Mars spends an unusual seven months in Libra, your health and fitness house. Forget about curling up by the fire—you’ll stay warm with a post-workout sauna or a hot yoga class. With Mars ramping up your well-being efforts until July 25, you could get into the best shape of your life in 2014. Competitive Mars could even inspire you to enter a race or join a triathlon for a cause like Team In Training. But take it easy, Hercules: your zeal could lead to a sports injury or muscle tear if you’re not careful…

 

 

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