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Jupiter in Taurus

Jupiter in Taurus attracts good luck when they follow their nature of being generous and patient. They are practical and discriminating, and they like to jump right in and do things. They don’t like risks, but appreciate the efforts of hard work. They do better if they have direction and clear goals to strive for. The results are what matter to them. Taurus Jupiter is well-grounded and they enjoy being in nature. It renews them. They are good with children and animals. They are talented artistically and can create beauty all around them. They love luxurious surroundings, and want the comfort of abundance and security. They use all their senses to enjoy life. They have a great sense of humour, and enjoy the fine things in life. Jupiter in Taurus is stable, and usually uses their money and resources to benefit others as well as themselves. They can be a bit stubborn, but they have the ability to see the big picture as well as to build the empire they envision. They don’t like to be pushed. Jupiter in Taurus knows how to grow financial security. They are good in business and know when to push their luck just enough to make more. The more secure they feel, the luckier they are. They must learn not to overindulge if they wish their luck to stick with them. In fact, when Jupiter in Taurus attracts wealth and success, they need to use it wisely and generously so they continue to attract more.

Jupiter in Taurus

Jupiter in Taurus has a green thumb, for more than just money. Even if they have never lived in the country, there is something pastoral about them. Their practicality and earthiness just makes them seem very rural… maybe the landed gentry is a good image. They are homebodies who appreciate the putting down of roots, especially if they feel the soil is rich enough to support them well. People born with Jupiter in Taurus become their best selves by focusing on peace, patience, and beauty. It may take them a while to learn from their experiences but once they do, they become quite enlightened, wise. They may have many personal struggles with their temper and with over indulgence in carnal pleasures but they have great potential to become beacons of peace and beauty. Jupiter in Taurus natives gain wisdom by fully experiencing the workings of nature and learning to balance earthly pleasures with earthly pangs. They have a deep appreciation and understanding of nature and as a result are very patient. They understand that everything has a season and you must plant good seeds, then wait for your harvest. At their best they can serve as great mentors and advisors to people with Sun in Taurus. Jupiter in Taurus natives are by nature very peaceful. They are guided by a strong need to maintain natural beauty in the world. They are often pacifist, non-violent, and non-confrontational. They have the beautiful ability to remain calm with a smile on their face through grave danger. At their best they can become completely one with nature and content in whatever their fate may be. They must learn to overcome issues of carnal indulgence, greediness, argumentativeness, and a violent temper before they can awaken to their best state. They usually have a lot of luck when it comes to beautifying things and making them more calm and easy. They must learn to relax and be appreciative of themselves and what has been given to them without a constant thirst and hunger for more. They must find their own inner beauty before they can truly appreciate the beauty in the world.

Jupiter in Taurus natives help others by showing them how easy it is to just be at peace, to be calm, to be kind, to love yourself. They help others by reminding them of the simplicity natural order and reminding them of their own unique beauty in this world. Jupiter in Taurus want everything to be beautiful and peaceful. They want flowers, and rainbows and people holding hands and singing songs. They are true lovers of peace who will become very wise once they learn to master their own material desires. They must learn to relax and be content. Whenever they are taking time to appreciate nature, beauty; when they take a moment to give a kind word or inspire someone else to think about peace instead of violence they will be very fortunate. Taurus is ruled by Venus, which is a feminine watery planet. Venus is neutral towards Jupiter, which in turn is inimical towards Venus. Despite this enmity, the position of Jupiter in Taurus is positive since both the planets are beneficial in nature, especially Jupiter. People having Jupiter in Taurus are endowed with a broad body and good appearance. These god-fearing people respect spirituality and religion. Natives with this placement of Jupiter earn a lot of fortune and wealth throughout their life. Luck favours them in the time of need. They also do well in their professional life. These natives are judicial & wise and make a lucrative use of their assets and money. They have the money and skills to afford the finer things in life. This gives stability to their life. They are skilful, intelligent and quite political too. They have strong business acumen, and handle matters in a cautious and patient way that gives them an edge over the opponents. They use tact and wisdom in critical situations. They easily play with new ideas and experiments and are quite skilful. However, Jupiter in Taurus gives these natives conservative views and an inflexible approach.

Jupiter in Taurus has a desire to advance in life

With Jupiter in Taurus, there is a desire to advance in life. There will be ardours labour in your lifetime, but there may also be greater difficulties. Emotionally, you will be able to recognise the condition of attachment and you will have a high social standing. You will have the ability to create rapport with others. Jupiter in Taurus influence makes a person informed and knowledgeable, but it may take longer for you to reap the benefits of your abilities. You are an energetic individual who always considers success, but you are more likely to enter the qualified competition. Jupiter in Taurus is a chance to make real movement towards a dream or long-term goal. We’ll be energized to make practical, planned to-do lists and start checking off items one by one until we get the end result we’ve been working towards. During this time, we have Jupiter’s desire for growth and Taurus’ patient and headstrong demeanour encouraging us to trust the process and reach a clear, tangible level of success.

With Jupiter in Taurus, you get stuff done! Once you have a concrete goal in mind, the world better watch out -- there’s nothing and no one that can stop you. You’re not one to take big risks, but you have the patience and determination to work through each slow, necessary step to reach that point of success. With your strong will, and a bit of financial luck on your side, it’s no surprise that you have a way with money. You’re continuously analysing your current financial situation and looking for opportunities to invest and grow your wealth. When you are generous and charitable with your resources, you may find that good fortune comes back your way. You can’t help but soak in all the good things life has to offer! It’s crucial that you surround yourself with all things that appease your senses -- luscious landscapes, fine wine, decadent food, and steamy sex. You may even find yourself specializing in an artistic activity, such as fashion, painting, or cooking. As someone with a natal Jupiter in Taurus, you’re a person of action and pleasure. You know how achieve your dreams and enjoy the world around you. As long as you don’t allow yourself to overindulge, you’ll live an incredibly fulfilling and beautiful life.

Helpful, sweet, kind, tenderness, longing for life, attraction to comfort and marked inclination for the goods that existence offers. In MA exaggerated sensuality, excesses of all kinds and particularly those that offer an intense appetite for material goods and among them specifically good food, extravagance


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