I am a Taurus a women and I been going true alot of changes since this new year started. I hate changes is so hard to move on in life when you have to change so many things to get to the other side. What do I need to do to let go an move on? This changes have been intense. things i never though i would do am doing it but at the same time an resisting. an I know once i let go I will reach my goal. but am scare. Please help!!!
In year 2011 –
a) Jupiter is transiting your natal Sun and Saturn.
b) And transiting Saturn made an aspect to your natal Moon.
These trends clearly indicate lots of turbulence, challenges, relationship swings, loss of loved ones and entry of new people etc.
Unfortunately similar trends are indicated in future also as Saturn moves into 8th house from natal Moon and will aspect natal Sun and Saturn.
You don’t need to worry as such because these changes and challenges will prove to be beneficial in future.
Best way to embrace change is to relax and relax more.
Fear and low confidence is a natural thing in these circumstances but since you know future is bright ahead then why resist it. Go with flow of life. 🙂
Why is it so hard for a Taurus to resist change? The question should probably read why is it so hard for a Taurus to change. We are routine people and we do what feels comfortable to us. However, when there is a need for change, we do. For me personally, it truly depends on what the change is for. For example, I’d been in a relationship for many years that I knew I’d outgrown, but because I loved him so much and had invested so much, I decided to stay. It finally took something he did to trigger in my mind that it was time for change. And it was the best thing I could have ever done. I regained my confidence in myself and knew I could hold my own independently. Another example is career. I’d been in an industry that was regulated and therefore, no need to change until regulations required. Now I am in an industry that requires constant change. I’ve adapted because the financial rewards were greater than the urge to resist change.