New Moon Solar Eclipse in Taurus Horoscopes

New Moon Solar Eclipse in Taurus Horoscopes

You must release the past to move forward now

Jeff JawerJeff Jawer on the topics of taurus, sun, solar eclipse, new moon, moon, eclipse, astrology

The New Moon Solar Eclipse in placid Taurus on April 29, 2014, is about making peace with the past. The Moon’s passage over the face of the Sun signals the need to complete unfinished business, especially related to self-worth, property and financial issues.

Ending a conflict by making a compromise is called for with the integrative Lunar North Node in accommodating Libra. Resources will flow more easily in the future if you let go of old battles now.

Look up your sign below to find out what area of your life this New Moon Solar Eclipse will affect the most!

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

The restless side of your personality is about to be kicked into a higher gear. This explosive New Moon is a spark that sets you on fire. You can use the intensity of these times to fight against others, but it’s much more helpful when you recognize that the battle is within you. Open your mind to see with fresh eyes and you will realize that the only limits you face are of your own making, and that you have the ability to free yourself.

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

The New Moon in your sometimes-stubborn sign is a Solar Eclipse that exposes where you’re holding on too tightly. Maybe you’ve backed yourself into a corner or just feel you don’t have any options: You do! Start by looking for partial solutions instead of sticking to an all or nothing position. Altering your look and attitude reinforce the vital idea that it’s time for you to make changes to get your life moving ahead.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

Ghosts from the past may come to the surface with this New Moon Solar Eclipse in your 12th House of Secrets. Confronting feelings, people and situations you’ve been avoiding doesn’t sound like fun, so it’s wiser to take the initiative and complete unfinished business. Asking for help from others and connecting with your spiritual side are positive sources of support when dealing with deep issues.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

A New Moon is usually a time of beginnings, but this one is a Solar Eclipse that’s as much about endings. It lands in your 11th House of Groups, where it can challenge you to address issues with friends and colleagues. You’re likely to encounter stubborn individuals, but if neither of you is willing to change, the relationship may have run its course. Yet clearing out useless alliances makes room for more rewarding connections.

Leo (July 23 – Aug. 22)

Shifts in your professional life are possible with this New Moon Solar Eclipse in your 10th House of Career. Don’t let your pride or someone else’s bullying behavior stop you from making necessary changes. If you’re not appreciated in your current position, altering your approach is smarter than simply holding your ground. Recognizing your true value will help come closer to fulfilling your heart’s desire at work.

Virgo (Aug. 23 – Sept. 22)

Travel and education plans might need adjusting with this Taurus New Moon Solar Eclipse in your 9th House of Faraway Places and Higher Learning. You could also find your belief systems challenged, but this can be just what you need to get out of a mental rut. What was absolutely right and true for you yesterday might not provide you with the perspective you need to ensure a more rewarding future.

Libra (Sept. 23 – Oct. 22)

Financial and personal partnerships are up for re-evaluation with this Solar Eclipse New Moon landing in your 8th House of Deep Sharing. You don’t have to stick to agreements that no longer fit your needs and might also find that others want to change the terms of an intimate or business alliance. It’s better to face the discomfort of renegotiations than to silently settle for less than you desire or deserve.

Scorpio (Oct. 23 – Nov. 21)

This Taurus New Moon Solar Eclipse occurs in your 7th House of Partners to stir up relationship issues. If you’ve been quietly enduring an unfulfilling alliance, or not been treated as an equal, it’s time to rock the boat. The point is not to undermine trust and cooperation, but to revive them with some straight talk. But if you’re seeking a personal or professional alliance, changing your perspective should be your next move.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22 – Dec. 21)

Boredom or lack of progress at work could become issues with this stubborn Taurus New Moon Solar Eclipse in your 6th House of Employment. But you may find inspiration from a career dream of your past that might be ready for revival. Commitment to healthier habits could be a key to finding the energy and enthusiasm you need to put your professional life on a more desirable track.

Capricorn (Dec. 22 – Jan. 19)

Play, romance and children are key issues with this New Moon in your 5th House of Self-Expression. This event is a Solar Eclipse that can cast shadows of doubt on your ability to maintain control and perform at your best in these areas. Yet if you’re willing to examine your behavior and expectations, you’re likely to discover what needs to be released to free up more passion and your powers of persuasion.

Aquarius (Jan. 20 – Feb. 18)

Domestic matters are up for review with this New Moon Solar Eclipse in your 4th House of Roots. Family issues that have not been attended to could boil over, but dealing with the practical concerns in your household is a priority. This event can also awaken memories from your past that remind you where, how and why you’ve gotten stuck. Recalling personal history could be painful, but it is a powerful step toward healing.

Pisces (Feb. 19 – March 20)

Communicating with clarity is a must with this practical Taurus New Moon in your 3rd House of Information. This lunation is a Solar Eclipse that serves you when you think and listen carefully. Your capacity to learn and to make yourself understood may depend upon you recognizing old habits that get in the way of sharing your ideas and learning from others. Facing awkward conversations patiently is a hard, but healthy, thing to do.