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North Node in Scorpio and South Node in Taurus, by House

This article covers the North Node in Scorpio and the South Node in Taurus through every house in the birth chart. This brainstorm-style interpretation of the Moon’s nodes will spark your imagination when thinking about natal, transit, solar return, or progression meanings in astrology.

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This article covers the North Node in Scorpio and the South Node in Taurus through every house in the birth chart. This brainstorm-style interpretation of the Moon’s nodes will spark your imagination when thinking about natal, transit, solar return, or progression meanings in astrology . . .

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This article covers the North Node in Scorpio and the South Node in Taurus through every house in the birth chart. This brainstorm-style interpretation of the Moon’s nodes will spark your imagination when thinking about natal, transit, solar return, or progression meanings in astrology . . .

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Letting yourself get tangled up in conversation. Becoming deeply interested in what other people have to say. No longer being stuck on your own opinion. Giving up stubborn, dogmatic opinions. Getting in touch with emotional intensity through conversation and writing. Giving up smug assumptions. Forming deeper relationships with your siblings, uncles and cousins. Speaking in your authentic, unfiltered, voice. Moving away from taking the easy way out by clinging to tried and true opinions. Learning to take those risks in communication that will bring deeper emotional involvement with others. Letting go of resistance to complicated discussions. Trusting that you can share what you think. Speaking with passion and intensity. Not letting other people make you feel foolish for communicating with intensity and passion. Moving away from a materialistic philosophy. Moving away from self-righteous feelings about money and material comfort. No longer needing a solid philosophical base on which to rest your thinking. Following your passion for writing and communicating. Moving away from a tendency to be greedy with your knowledge. Moving away from a stingy lifestyle. Learning to share what you know with others. No longer hoarding knowledge. Deep sharing that informs and educates. Learning to deeply support other people’s learning processes. Learning to talk about sex and sexuality. Unflinching, authentic, discussions about sex and sexuality. Embracing intimate communication. Learning about your powers of communication.

Moving away from materialistic professional ambitions. Becoming intensely focused on your roots, ancestry and heritage. Becoming passionately involved with your family. Learning to share your emotions with the people you consider to be like family. Developing emotionally rich relationships with your parents. Unflinchingly facing every family crisis. Becoming more deeply connected to your family through the experiences you share together. Diving into the emotional complexity of family dynamics. Becoming a family psychologist. No more refusing to deal with family problems because they might rock the boat of your professional life. Releasing the need to be seen as the dependable peace keeper. Giving up your reputation as the strong, silent type. Letting your relatives know about your deep feelings. Giving in to a deep need for personal privacy. Your home is your hideaway. Learning to live with your complicated feelings. Moving away from a tendency to be stingy in your career. Moving away from any materialistic aspirations. Moving away from self-indulgent aspirations. Releasing attachments to being seen living “the good life.” Sharing more of who you are when you’re not in the spotlight. Becoming passionate about your home life. Releasing slow responses to family crisis. Becoming the one the family can look to in times of turmoil. Rather than displaying outer calm, turning inward and letting yourself become deeply involved with getting to the root of issues and problems. Deeply supporting the people who create the foundation of who you are. No longer using material security as the measure of your success.

Embracing sex as a means of pleasure. Moving away from stagnant friendship patterns. Moving away from groups of like-minded people who prevent you from diving into passionate, personal creative self-expression. Defriending people who hold you back from growth. Defriending people who encourage you not to get deeply involved in romantic relationships. Releasing a tendency to move slowly when it comes to your long-term plans and goals. Releasing a tendency to move slowly when it comes to your wishes and hopes. Putting your all, or nothing, into your creative self-expression. Pouring your emotions into your art, music, performance or dance. Using creative self-expression as a form of cathartic release. Beginning to view vacation, leisure and pleasurable activities as ways to renew yourself. Beginning to see “fun” as a form of transformation. Beginning to approach romance and casual sex with more depth. Becoming intrigued by the mystery of attraction. Becoming passionate about the lives of your children. Beginning to share your personal creativity with other people. Releasing stingy behavior with people who share your interests. Releasing a tendency to be stingy with your audience and fans. Letting go of complacent attitudes regarding humanitarian causes and issues. Letting go of materialistic long-term goals. Moving away from materialistic casual acquaintances. Letting go of casual associations based on material benefit, organizations based on financial gain and friends consumed with the “real” world. Moving into a more dynamic, emotionally charged, personal involvement with your own artistry that has nothing to do with how much money you can make. Releasing an attachment to peaceful movements and involvements that prevent you from expressing your personal passions and convictions. Learning about the power of creativity. Learning about passionate involvement in recreation to revitalize and renew. The transformative power of deep relaxation.

Becoming intrigued by the mystery of everyday life. Delving into the mystery of the human body. Understanding how health and diet can play a part in transformation and renewal. Becoming passionately involved in your work. Finding a job that satisfies you at a deep emotional level. Finding work that you can pour your passion into. Becoming passionate about service. Discovering your depths through volunteering and lending a hand. Finding ways to access the emotions through body work. Health and disease issues become paths to intimate involvement with other people. Learning to share work in a deeply emotional way. Moving away from stagnant patterns of solitude. Moving away from deep inner resistance to participating in everyday life. Letting go of a tendency to be overly possessive and stingy with your free time. Letting go of a tendency to drag your feet at the thought of getting a job. Releasing an attachment to peace which prevents you from getting involved in the sticky affairs of everyday life. Releasing a deep inner need for stability which prevents you from participating in the emotional highs and lows of everyday life. Releasing smug spiritual attitudes. Opening up to daily intimacy. Becoming more deeply, emotionally involved with the people in your life who have health issues. Becoming a nutritional counselor. Working in rehabilitation. Getting passionate about daily practice. Becoming passionately involved in your own health. Bringing more intensity to work and relationships with coworkers, employees and pets. Finding a daily routine that fills you with passion. Learning how to be ecstatically involved in your daily life and work.

“It’s complicated.” Releasing stubborn refusal of complication in relationships. Letting go of your intractable attitude. Acknowledging, and letting go of, an overly complacent approach to life. Releasing smugness and self-satisfaction in relationships. Embracing the mystery that is relating. Resisting the urge to simplify everything as a way to avoid emotional disruption. No longer choosing a peaceful life alone over a complicated life together. Learning to value the complication that your partner brings to your life. Learning that relationships help you grow in a deep way. Giving your all to your partner. Treating every day with your partner as if it might be your last. Developing deeply bonded significant relationships. Asking your best friend about his secrets and desires. Asking your partner about her secrets and desires. No longer content to just be. Looking for a partner with depth and substance. Getting over lazy, self-indulgent ways. No longer letting “no” be your immediate response to everything. Becoming more passionately involved in your partnerships. No longer letting your partner handle the rough stuff, or blaming your partner for the rough stuff. Letting yourself get emotionally entangled in your relationships. Becoming more interested in other people instead of sitting back and taking it all in. Diving into the mystery that is the “other.” Beginning to understand the complex ways in which you cast other people in the role of your shadow. Owning your shadow. Understanding how your behavior provokes other people. Learning about the power of relating. Embracing the agony and ecstasy of relationships.

This article covers the North Node in Scorpio and the South Node in Taurus through every house in the birth chart. This brainstorm-style interpretation of the Moon’s nodes will spark your imagination when thinking about natal, transit, solar return, or progression meanings in astrology . . .

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Moving away from the materialistic small mind. Engaging in the mysteries of the big picture. Becoming fervent about the bigger questions. Investigating religion and other belief systems. No longer being afraid to rock the boat by asking probing questions of your gurus. Moving out of a complacent, self-satisfied mind set. Getting out of a stuck place intellectually. Challenging yourself to take on the bigger mysteries. No longer stagnating in everyday conversations. Fewer conversations about money, more pondering of the broader questions and their implications. No longer accepting whatever you were taught in school. Becoming passionate about journalism. Overcoming mental inertia. Overcoming a lack of curiosity. Sharing your ideas in an effort to come to a higher understanding. Becoming passionate about academia and higher learning. Moving out of the comfort zone of what you’ve already learned. Deeply supporting higher education. Becoming passionate about your convictions. Learning to speak about your beliefs with emotional depth. Developing a lifestyle that encourages deep sharing and mutual support. Allowing yourself to travel to places that intrigue or fascinate you. Treating the big questions as if their answers were a matter of life or death. Following your passion for traveling. No longer being so concerned with whether or not your ideas can make you money. Moving out of a daily concern for practical matters. Releasing stubborn attachments to your ideas. Getting deeper into mysticism. Getting out of your learning comfort zone. Watch more of the Discovery Channel and less HGTV.

Becoming passionately involved in the uses and abuses of power in the outer world. Getting off your duff and making a difference in the world. No longer sitting on the comfy couch in your pajamas watching TV. No more “from the comfort of your own home.” Challenging yourself to learn about the power of authority. Allowing yourself to challenge authority and to challenge your parents. Releasing an attachment to the status quo of how things are supposed to be done. Getting out of your comfortable private life to see what else is going on in the world. No longer being afraid to lose your home, your roots or your stability as you actively tangle with the outside world. Knowing that you have an inner reservoir of calm to draw upon when the world outside shifts into crisis. Getting intimately involved in the crisis of the larger world. Finding your source of power to make a difference. Becoming concerned with the kind of reputation you create based on your use or abuse of power. Learning how to hold a position of power, authority and control. Being seen as a person who is probing, difficult or mysterious – even if that makes you uncomfortable. Allowing yourself to rock the boat in your profession. Allowing yourself to be seen as having power. No longer playing it safe. Cultivating an edgier, sexier, more confrontational public persona. Dealing with power struggles with your parents. Dealing with your deep desire to have a career that gives more than material security. Embracing a difficult, and possibly unpopular, profession.

Moving away from the “lazy days of summer.” No more romantic relationships strictly for physical satisfaction. Getting passionately involved in causes and humanitarian issues. Creating deep relationships with the people who share your interests. Forming deeper connections with the people you meet on the internet. No longer being so stingy with your personal creative projects and hobbies. Becoming willing to share your creativity with others. Moving away from safe forms of self-expression. Moving away from materially rewarding forms of self-expression. Getting passionately involved with your audience and fans. Finding a group that you can share your agony and ecstasy with. Becoming intimately and intricately involved with organizations and groups. Finding ways to renew and revitalize group efforts. Becoming a passionate force behind group involvements. Exploring associations that have sexual undertones. Looking for deeper fulfillment in your casual friendships. Allowing yourself to keep some secrets in your casual relationships. Becoming involved in secret clubs and organizations. Learning how to hold a position of power within an organization. Learning how to control a group of people. Understanding what motivates masses of people. Finding the passion of the masses. Creating deeper long term goals for yourself than financial security. Releasing possessive tendencies toward your children. Taking more risks in group involvements.

Moving out of the very real, humdrum, workaday world. Moving into passionate involvement in spirituality. Tantric sex. Sexual meditation. Taking retreats to revitalize and renew yourself. Understanding how spending time alone can be cathartic for you. Getting in touch with your inner mystery through meditation and dreams. Releasing stubborn daily habits. Releasing an overly indulgent daily diet. Easing up on comfort foods. Beginning to understand spiritual cleansing. Becoming passionate about your inner world. Transforming your fears. Plumbing the depths of your nightmares for clues into your inner world. Deeply sharing your alone time with another. Getting way into your private inner emotional world. Deeply exploring and investigating those areas of life that have no real or practical application. Letting go of overly earthbound attitudes. Allowing more into your life than a job that pays well. Probing your fears. Grappling with family skeletons.


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