Some of our greatest singers are Taurus, and dancers, too. Most all of them have melodious voices. Fred Astaire came from this sign. One of the keys of this persistent sign is that they will keep going until they get it right, and this was the case with Fred Astaire. That miraculous talent was not just divinely given; he worked at it morning, noon, and night. This, too, is a Taurus trait.
Your creativity knows no bounds, be it in the business world, making dinner, using your body to defy gravity or creating phenomenal art.
You are a shopping back-belt—yes, you Tauruses know what I mean, and if who know a Taurus, you know what I mean. If you want to have a mind-blowing shopping experience, go with a Taurus or a Libra, both are signs ruled by Venus.
Photos: Champion Martial Artist, Talin Chaturantabut
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If you notice a Taurus in knots (a grown-up or a child) give them a massage—or gift them with one. Make sure all that hard work doesn’t turn them into an automaton.
I am forever tied to a couple of them. They understand that it is better to have one nice thing than five that aren’t nice at all.
It is a sensual sign. They can smell things, see things, feel things. They inhabit physical space and design it, leaving it far more beautiful than when they arrived.
Fixed signs in general cannot be coerced to make changes. They will come around when they are ready. Taurus is fixed Earth. Just try to imagine that!
The Taurus child is a powerhouse. As a parent, if your child does get fixed on something and is not letting go, you will need to understand where they are coming from before you will make headway. Channel that into a strength rather than weakness.
The Queen of England is a Taurus, so are Adele and singer Sam Smith. David Beckham, Channing Tatum, George Clooney, Al Pacino, William Shakespeare—all Taurus. I’ve never met a Taurus who wasn’t extremely talented in one field or another.
If you ever have a meal or a dinner at a Taurus’ home, it will be memorable.
Careful, their values are to the making of things, rather than to the buying of things.