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Taurus - Placid Pleasantries or Sedentary Stagnation?

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Brad Kronen

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BRAD KRONEN’S “WELCOME TO THE ZODIAC” SERIES Taurus is the one sign that for some mysterious reason, has all of its inherent characteristics, be they good or bad, put into a karmic taffy machine, then pulled, twisted and compressed resulting in a condensed blob that simply says “Stubborn.” Taurus' fixed energy and unshakable inflexibility many times results in their unevolved behavior trait of stubborness, but how often do we hear the other dimensions of that sign's Zodiacal personality such as: congeniality, undaunted loyalty, unstoppable tenacity, or naturally impeccable taste? If we take a helicopter view of said pasture and look at this sign from a societal perspective, Taurus takes a prominent position as it represents that most primal need man has had since time began to seek shelter from the elements as well as the security all of us derive by having material possessions, tangible assets, and what was that last one? O yeah, MONEY! With Taurus' key phrase being “I HAVE” ,the steadfast and hearty Bull has always been our symbol of wealth and financial security: from the Biblical worship of the “Golden Calf” to the bull in the china shop commercials of Merrill Lynch, even to describe when the stock market is on an upswing whenever we use the word “bullish.” The Venusian themes of love, a peaceful environment, and “worth” be it romantic, aesthetic, or financial are prominent in the lives of every Taurus, but The Goddess of Beauty can be potentially lethal whenever she weaves a web of comfort and pleasantries up and over the Bull's Horns. Taurus' attachment to being all nice and comfy in their quaint cottages in the country can result in their evolutionary demise. By never experiencing the new, untried, or different from their daily routine, as well as becoming too attached to any of their “things”, the soul of the Bull risks karmic damage by remaining in their stables of sedentary stagnation.

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