The Moon in Taurus
Grab your best bottle of wine and wrap up in something luxurious—the moon in Taurus is all about treating yourself.
During this time, you'll feel most grounded and comfortable when surrounded by nice things, so don't be afraid to indulge (within reason, of course). You can also be either steadfast or stubborn, depending on the situation. But whatever you do, do it on your own time. That also means when you do commit to doing something, you do it right. One of the gifts of a Taurus moon is that conserving your energy comes naturally, which makes keeping the perfect balance of work and play easy to attain.
Moon in Taurus: Significance & Meaning
Element And Modality: Earth & Fixed
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Moon in Taurus Personality
"Solid as a rock." As the moon exalts in Taurus, lunar Taureans possess an emotional terrain made of brick: secure, dependable, and perfect for building a home. Home governs the Taurean psyche—not for its safety like Cancer, but for its comforts. In fact, comfort is rather a central pillar of the Taurus moon psyche.
As a result, along with their Venusian sister in arms, Libra, Taurus moons are the retail therapy kings and queens of the zodiac. When in doubt, they shop it out. Ownership acts as a balm for the world's trouble for Taurus moons. On account of their fixed nature, it'd be a little difficult to convince them that another coping mechanism might be healthier (and cheaper)—or of anything for that matter. A drive or, more realistically, a languid saunter towards pleasure exemplifies the lunar Taurean lifestyle.
The moon in Taurus grants the native a taste for the finer things in life. Emotional fulfillment comes in the form of quality—as opposed to expensive—materials and experiences. Sensuality is the playground of the lunar Taurean, feeding their five senses as well as their desire for intimacy.
Of all the possible moon signs, it's Taurus who value their free time the most. They understand the value of kicking one's feet up with a nice glass of wine—or your preferred beverage of choice—after a long day of paperwork and people. However, lunar Taureans still know when to put in work. They simply refuse to let it leave the office.
Change—even of the most insignificant habits—perturbs lunar Taureans. The sun is sooner to fall from the sky than a person with their moon in Taurus to change their minds even over the most miniscule issue. Like the bull that represents their sign, these individuals can be difficult to move. They exhibit a peculiar emotional attachment to their thoughts and opinions.
In fact, these natives are not the sort to argue with—that is, if they even bother arguing. For the less developed Taurus moons, stonewalling is their preferred response to disagreements. Disturbances to their peace are completely unwelcome, no matter how needful.
Life is fabulous for Venus-ruled Taurus moon, their wallet notwithstanding. For these simple folks, the difference between a good day and a bad one is the availability of their favorite meal at their favorite restaurant. Overall, lunar Taureans' moods are inextricably tied to their senses. When those are satisfied, they can be some of the most loveable and doting people in the world—until someone tries to change their minds.
Taurus moons would do well to consider a different point of view and eat something. They're definitely not themselves when they're hungry.