Happy Birthday Taurus…

Being in Queensland, and needing to keep the house as cool as possible, we have tiles in all rooms other than the bedrooms and my study/office. The carpet in these rooms is plush. (As an aside, I love the way that word fills my mouth…) Anyways, the dog rolls around and around on this carpet doing these little happy bark things that she does. I’ve taken to always being in bare feet – just so I can feel it under my toes when I’m working.

There’s so many other things I’m noticing about our new life now that we’ve paused enough to do so.

I have my morning cup of tea and breakfast outside these days where I can listen to the swish of next doors bamboo – enjoying the sound while being grateful I don’t have the mess of it in our yard. Then there’s the bird song – there’s something about early morning bird song. And here you can make out the individual birds – back in Sydney they’d all be drowned out by the squawking of cockatoos.

This afternoon I drove down to the beach after I logged off from the partition job. It was stormy and rainy and it made every one of my senses come alive. The beach even smelt more oceany. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the Sun has now moved into Taurus.

Mooloolaba Beach in the rain…

If you want to know what the Sun in Taurus looks like or acts like, check out this post.

Taurus season is a time for the senses – of making time for the senses. Wherever Taurus is in your chart – and we all have a little (or a lot) of Taurus in our lives – is where the Sun will be shining for the next month. It’s where you need to take your time, consolidate your efforts, and appreciate the process. If you’re feeling a tad low, a gratitude journal (as clichéd as that sounds) could help you notice the tings that you normally rush through and overlook.

If you don’t have your chart, read this post on how to get one.

If you don’t know what the houses mean, check out series 1 of the Toolbox or this post. For me the Sun is travelling through my third house. I’ll be taking this month to get to know my new neighbourhood – slowly. I need to find a gym and a yoga class and settle into a work and life routine that will be my new normal.

If you don’t have any idea about your birth time, or can’t be faffed working it out, you can follow the solar guide. Naturally, if you do know where Taurus falls in your chart, you won’t need this guide.

  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Taurus, the Sun will be transiting your 1st house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Gemini, the Sun will be transiting your 12th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Cancer, the Sun will be transiting your 11th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Leo, the Sun will be transiting your 10th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Virgo, the Sun will be transiting your 9th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Libra, the Sun will be transiting your 8th house.
  • If your Sun of Ascendant is in Scorpio, the Sun will be transiting your 7th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Sagittarius, the Sun will be transiting your 6th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Capricorn, the Sun will be transiting your 5th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Aquarius, the Sun will be transiting your 4th house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Pisces, the Sun will be transiting your 3rd house.
  • If your Sun or Ascendant is in Aries, the Sun will be transiting your 2nd house.

What do you think?