Before we go into the Moon in Taurus, let’s just talk about the Moon for a moment. The Moon is the fastest moving heavenly body in the sky. Because it moves so quickly, the Moon spends a little over 2 days in each zodiac sign every month!
When the Moon is in Taurus
It doesn’t matter where your Moon sign is because for a couple of days a month we all feel the influence of a Taurus Moon. When the Moon is in Taurus, there’s a dedication to getting what we want, as Taurus is oriented toward filling our needs directly. If there have been things you’ve longed for, there’s no better time to make them happen than a Taurus Moon.
Taurus is uncomplicated, and just want its senses satiated. A Taurus Moon gives us the desire for a full belly, a feeling of security, to know that there’s money in the bank. Maybe some of these things are things that we always want, but while the Moon is in Taurus, we’re more drawn toward getting them. These are the things that will make us feel good in the moment.
You might be feeling a desire for more comfort and security now. Indulge in the sheer pleasure of being here, adored by gravity, Earth’s invisible embrace. Enjoy your weight. Roll in a newly mowed lawn. Celebrate your voice: shout, sing, or whisper in somebody’s ear. Then drink a soothing tea for the thyroid and throat. Yes, Taurus is goal-oriented, but it’s also concerned with achieving a harmonious balance.
Be careful — the Taurus Moon makes it easy to feel stubborn. But in a changing world, such strength can sometimes defeat itself. Don’t try to move immovable objects.
New Moon in Taurus
The New Moon in Taurus happens once a year in mid-spring when the Sun is in the sign of Taurus. New Moons are always about beginnings, a time when things take root, and a Taurus New Moon is especially focused on doing things that are real. It’s about making something happen that has substance to it. It’s a great time to go out into the garden to plant seeds, or anything else that has a tangible element to it.
Full Moon in Taurus
The Full Moon in Taurus occurs when the Sun is in Scorpio, around mid-autumn. The Sun in Scorpio is intricate, while the Moon in Taurus is simplistic. This creates a great counterbalance in energy, taking out the complicated and mysteries energies that are at play during this time. A Taurus Full Moon is a great reminder that by paying attention to our senses — what we can touch, taste, smell, and feel — we can ground ourselves and make life simple again.