All about Jupiter in Taurus or in the 2nd house
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Traits of Jupiter in Taurus
While a Jupiter in Taurus placement whets your appetite for the finer things, it tempers some of the red-spotted planet’s proclivities to overindulge. Your favorite activity may be treasure hunting for the best and most luxurious of everything. Whether you find it at a Parisian antique market or a Madison Avenue couture house (or on eBay) is up to you! Your possessions are part of your “story” or “branding,” and you may prefer to let them speak for you.
Good taste is a quality you admire! You might even become a skilled “maker” yourself or a specialist in some rarified field. While you may spend larger lump sums, you have a low risk appetite. That said, you may burn through cash while refining your personal style. But once you become clear about your desires, you are a savvy investor who can spot a killer deal!
Traditions and rituals feel anything BUT restrictive to Jupiter in Taurus. Earthy spirituality or conventional religion may figure into your belief system. A comfortable, beautiful home and solid family relationships (whether it’s your birth or chosen family) are the key to your expansion. You need to be anchored on solid ground before you feel safe flying.
Jupiter in Taurus likes a steady paycheck
Since Taurus and the 2nd house prefer a steady paycheck, Jupiter here may make you more “intrapreneurial” than “entrepreneurial,” meaning you spearhead initiatives within an existing company. If you ARE your own boss, having an anchor product or regularly contracted client can provide the stability you need.
When it’s time to travel, the ideal Jupiter in Taurus place would have gorgeous scenery AND luxe accommodations. A mountain lodge, an African safari, a boho-chic Airbnb near a surf town? Yes please. And bonus if there is a known food scene in the area. Even if you’re “roughing it,” you may retire to an RV with a comfortable mattress.
Sleeping is important to you! With this earthy Jupiter placement, explore ecotourism—journeys that allow you to visit natural destinations without disturbing or damaging the environment.