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Taurus Through the Houses in Astrology

This article explores the meaning of the zodiac sign Taurus through each house in the birth chart. Written in short, fragmented sentences, this eBook embraces a loose, brainstorm-style of writing. Entertaining read for newbies and experienced astrologers alike. This article is included in the Signs Through the Houses astrology eBook.

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Being acutely aware of the feel of textures and fabrics against the skin. Relaxed. Calm. Steady. Unwavering. Stubborn. Inflexible. Patient. Lazy. Liking to be physically comfortable. Simple needs. Uncomplicated desires. Persevering. Dependable. Stagnant. Prone to throat ailments. Stuck in a rut. Sensual. Feeling physically secure in your body. Careful and deliberate movements. Liking to wear uncomplicated clothing in natural, soft, sensual materials. Liking things to be natural. Stubborn as a mule. A simple, not overly made-up appearance. Naturally attractive. Naturally beautiful. Preferring not to wear makeup. Unfussy hairstyles. Dimples. Cherubic. Earth Mother. Passive. Lethargic. Reliable. An uncomplicated approach. Couch potato. Set in your ways. Plodding. Glutton. An appetite for life. Someone who moves slowly and sensually. A sensualist taking in the tactile world. Hating to be rushed. Hating to be out of your comfort zone. Aesthete. Obstinate. Slow-build anger. Hedonist. Earthy appetites. Wanting to enjoy the material world.

Stockpiling. Making a living using your voice. Singing. Voice-overs. Making a living producing things from natural resources. A prudent attitude toward personal finance. Stable personal finances. Making a living producing art. Making a living by making things. A practical attitude toward survival needs. Pack rats. Needing a storage unit. A penchant for collecting knick knacks. Slowly building up your personal finances. A slow accumulation of wealth. Accumulating things that bring comfort. Owning lots of slippers, bathrobes, sweatpants, and lounge wear. Collections: musical instruments, cows, coins, pottery, sculpture, art, furniture … this person is likely to have a collection of something. Needing to feel physically secure. Hoarders. Eating to feel secure. Feeling secure when surrounded by physical things. Unable to break away from an attachment to things. Valuing money. Valuing things. Valuing simplicity. Valuing calmness and patience. Valuing determination, practicality, and persistence. Determined to build up personal finances. Sensuality is a survival need. Valuing the physical world. Valuing physical existence. An appetite for shopping. Valuing the Earth and its resources.

A beautiful singing voice. A pleasant speaking voice. Deliberate choice of wording. Slow, deliberate, practical, and thorough thinking, speech, and writing. The mind of an artist. An earthy and sensuous voice. Stable mind. Aesthetic communication. Communicating with a purpose. Thinking of ways to be productive. Thinking, writing and speaking about natural resources. Thinking, writing, and speaking about art. Explaining how to do something while actually demonstrating how to do it: art instructors, master craftsmen, etc… Nature talks. Writing how-to books, especially about how to make something. A consistent and reliable way of communicating. Unwavering communication style. Nature writer. Writing for a beauty magazine. The ability to describe beauty procedures in a simple, down-to-earth way. Beauty educators (cosmetics, hairstylist, and fashion). Financial advisers. Finding beauty in your neighborhood. Making practical ideas sound beautiful. Long pauses. Learning slowly, yet thoroughly. A slow reader. Speaking slowly. Giving each thought thorough consideration before speaking. Thorough discussions. Listening with patience. Calm discussions. Grounded communication. Fixed mind.

Domestic comforts. Comfortable furnishings. Recliners. Wearing sweatpants around the house. Needing enough room for your stuff, “I don’t know if this dining room is going to fit our 16-person table that we use once a year, plus the matching hutch, and buffet table…not to mention the spoon collection.” Making your own furniture. Building your own house. Wanting to stay put in the country of your birth. Owning a cattle ranch. Raising livestock. Wanting a secure house. Home security systems. Practical at the core. Steady and solid at the core. Privately an artist. Privately a sensualist. Privately security-conscious. Privately an epicurean. Owning and living on an organic farm. Accumulating real estate. A peaceful home life. A well-off upbringing. An artistic household. A beautiful home. One parent makes a lot of money. One parent is stubborn, lethargic, and passive. One parent is determined, artistic, and stable. A stable home life. A family of artists. A family of nature lovers. A family of materialistic people. One parent is a possessive, lazy, hedonist. A wealthy family. A family that is stuck in a rut. A family of collectors. A family of hedonists. A family of singers. Privately concerned about the security of the country. Homeland Security. Every day is Earth Day. Needing a completely stable and peaceful home. Inability to deal with stress, conflict, or unpredictability at home. Home is place to get grounded.

Hedonist. Libertine. Debauch. Sensualist. Rake. Easily amused. A love of simple physical pleasure. Sensuality for sport. Sensuality is fun. Sensuality and pleasure go hand in hand. Enjoying games and sports that involve touching other people. Art connoisseur. A person who pursues art as a hobby. Wanting to completely relax and do nothing with free time. Sensuality and pleasure are high priorities. Feeling attracted to lazy, self-indulgent people. Feeling attracted to possessive and obstinate people. Having romances with sensual, earthy, pleasure-oriented people. Artistic children. Stubborn children. Simple fun. Uncomplicated romance. Simple outdoor activities. Hiking. Easy activities. Shopping is a hobby. Buying things is a hobby. Collecting is a hobby. Beauty is a hobby. Being a couch potato is a hobby. Eating is a hobby. Lying in bed is a hobby. Attending food and wine tastings. Parties where the food is the main event. Liking to attend art openings. An appetite for art. An appetite for partying.

Having acute sensitivity to the texture and taste of food. Comfort food. A rich and indulgent diet. Working with raw materials. Potters. Sculptors. Liking a predictable, set, daily routine. Lazy about helping with chores. Liking low-maintenance pets that don’t need to be taken for a walk very often, or at all, if possible. Pet rocks. Construction workers. Furniture builders. Hair stylists. Beauty stylists. Fashion stylists. Liking to work with physical materials. Bringing physicality to your daily work. Eating slowly. The Slow Food movement. Brisket. Stews. Cooking the crap out of everything. Liking natural and organic health products. Liking simple and uncomplicated food. Raw foods enthusiasts (but without all the gadgets). Fruitarians. Rustic cuisine. Eating with the hands. Finger foods. Aroma therapists. Masseurs. Bodywork. Dairy farmers. Working with bulldozers. Cattle ranchers. Working on an organic farm. Foodies. Working cooks. Food and wine connoisseur. Epicureans. Collecting pets. Animal Hoarders. People who make their own bath and beauty products. An excellent appetite. Weight issues. Throat issues. Bank tellers. Everyday sensuality. Eating indulgently every day. Sensual exercise. Exercise that demands stamina.

A stable, reliable, and predictable spouse. A partner who is an aesthete. Married to a chef. Married to a hedonist. Married to a collector. A possessive partner who is stuck in a rut. A wealthy spouse. Conflicts with unwavering, determined people. Conflicts with sensualists. A practical, nature-loving partner. A determine, persistent, plodding partner. A partner with uncomplicated needs. A partner with strong physical appetites. Being possessive of your partner. Being possessed by the partner. Reliable business partners. An earthy, sensual partner. Down-to-earth partners. Stable marriage. Stagnant marriage. Marrying for money. Marrying for financial security. Equally dependable partners. Partners who are equally concerned with finances. Partners who have equal incomes. Partners with similar physical appetites and desires. Partners who both work in the financial industry. Equally sensuous partners. Partners who equally love nature. Equally lazy partners. Two singers.

This article explores the meaning of the zodiac sign Taurus through each house in the birth chart. Written in short, fragmented sentences, this eBook embraces a loose, brainstorm-style of writing. Entertaining read for newbies and experienced astrologers alike. This article is included in the Signs Through the Houses astrology eBook . . .

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The ability to communicate complex and abstract concepts in a simple and down to earth way. Believing only in what exists in physical reality. Wanting to prove theories and concepts in the physical world. Grounding the metaphysical mind. Nature theories. Simple, uncomplicated philosophies and theories. Art theory. Vocal theory. Wanting to turn religious beliefs into reality. The practical application of abstract theories. The practical application of religion. A practical approach to religion and culture. An earthy and sensual view of the world. Culture is primarily experienced through the senses. A world view that supports sensual excess. Philosophies that support having your survival needs met. Philosophies that support lazy, passive, self-indulgence. Philosophies that support hedonism. Food and wine magazines. Publishing cookbooks. Real estate law. Fat friars. Epicurean monks. Monastery cookbooks. Gluttonous clergy. Fixed opinions about religion and culture. Stubborn adherence to your religious or cultural views. A determined and persistent publisher. Sensual and hedonistic publications. Thoroughly mulling over abstract concepts. Consistent philosophies. Unwavering opinions about the world and its people.

Chefs. Producers. Bank CEOs. Making a career out of being a hedonist. Making a career out of sensuality. A vocal career. Being widely known for your voice. Being widely known as a sensual person. Being widely known for an appreciation of art and beauty. Being widely known for your wealth. Being widely known for a lifestyle of debauch. Projecting an image of sensuality. Widely considered to be a natural and uncomplicated person. A reliable producer. Churning out consistent, reliable, predictable products. A consistent public image. The ability to stay in the public eye. Widely considered passive, predictable, lazy, or lethargic. Widely considered determined, persistent, reliable, and steady. Widely known for your aesthetic sense. Widely known for your taste in art. Widely known for an artistic style. Widely known for an earthy sensuality. Widely known for your weight. Widely known for your vocal style. Bringing a soothing presence to your line of work. An image of being relaxed and at ease. Being seen partaking in the pleasures of life. Bankers. Financial officers. Famous artists, sculptors, and chefs. Famous “noses.” Textile producers. Owning a massage parlor. Careers that require little physical work. Widely known for being materialistic.

A dedicated, loyal, and reliable fan base. Loyal, dedicated friends. Fans that demand constancy. Fans and friends who find change disturbing. Fans and friends who won’t budge. Friends who want everything to always stay the same. Fans who want a consistent product. Fans and friends who want to know what to expect. Diehard fans of particular sports’ teams- no matter how bad they get. Epicurean groups. Art groups. Art guilds. Groups of people who are stuck, obstinate, security-conscious, and lazy. Groups of passive people. Groups of self-indulgent people. Groups of inactive and lethargic people. Groups of determined, persistent, and reliable people. Steady humanitarian work. A determined humanitarian. Determined to realize your long term goals. Practical long term goals. Food and wine tasting groups. Art groups. Artistic friends. Groups of potters or sculptors. Unwavering support from fans. Groups of hedonists. Group massage. Singing groups.

Monasteries that make and sell wine. Secretly a hedonist. Secretly concerned about financial security. A practical imagination. Dreaming about real things. Dreaming about buying and owning things. Dreaming about wealth. Taking dreams and making them real. A heavy sleeper. Peaceful dreams. Sleeping like a rock. Dreaming of sensual delights. Dreaming of food. Fear of getting fat. Fear of getting dull and lethargic. Fear of being boring and stagnant. Inwardly calm and stable. Stuck karma. Inability to break through karmic patterns. Determined to break through karmic patterns. Determined to realize dreams. Inner determination. Quiet, calm, retreats in nature. Shopping as an act of spirituality. Getting in touch with spirituality by indulging the senses. Getting in touch with spirituality by buying things. Getting in touch with spirituality by spending time in nature. A simple and uncomplicated perception of spirituality. Viewing the spiritual as being real and tangible. Wanting the spiritual world to manifest. Believing that ghosts are real. Needing to see it to believe it. Secretly materialistic. Spending habits are the secret enemy. Shopping is the secret enemy.


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