Forum

In their own words ...
 
Notifications
Clear all

In their own words continuation (recent homage) - Taurus Stephen Colbert


BellaDonna
Posts: 214
Registered
Topic starter
(@belladonna)
Estimable Member
Joined: 12 years ago

"I don't like things to change at all."

 

I was watching this CBS morning episode and when Stephen began describing how when people around him try to change things, he asks "What are you trying to kill me?" 

 

ha ha ha, I thought he MUST be a Taurus - May 13 

3 Replies
sophiab
Posts: 296
Registered
(@sophiab)
Estimable Member
Joined: 5 years ago

Haha, yes he must be feeling the Uranus transit. He's had a lot of change in his work place, broadcasting from home, etc and his family seemed very involved too. Wonder what house his Sun/Taurus is and also his natal Uranus? May 15th here... the daily surrendering to a change filled existence continues, exhausting! 

Reply
BellaDonna
Posts: 214
Registered
Topic starter
(@belladonna)
Estimable Member
Joined: 12 years ago

yep, I am a Taurus too - one big theme has been an awakening to my scarcity mentality (Mercury trine Saturn Uranus in the 2nd). 

I am also now under a Uranus transit to my Taurus DESC and the same awakening applies to my love life. 

 

t Neptune is squaring my natal Saturn in the 2nd, and it has forced the total surrender/brutal facing of those fears.

Reply
1 Reply
sophiab
Registered
(@sophiab)
Joined: 5 years ago

Estimable Member
Posts: 296

@belladonna I also have Uranus in my 2nd house, Libra ruled. It applies exactly by inconjunct to my Taurus Sun, so although I love 'having' stuff, I am also a non-materialist.. conflictual. Uranus entering Taurus pushed me to leave a very secure job of many years, but which left me deeply unsatisfied into full time freelancing and I am doing better now financially which surprised me - I don't know if you work for yourself? I've dabbled with it over the years but was too afraid to give up the contract, I'm glad I'm giving it a go now. My mentality is to store resources as if I can't create more but I am learning that letting go makes space for expansion so to take risks.

Reply