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Pisces and Taurus

by  Christofer French

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Ah yes, Pisces and Taurus!   This series on Astro Compatibility will cover all this potential match up in the Zodiac.  We will continue this series thinking about and commenting on Pisces and Taurus.
Pisces and Taurus, not like each other, but an interesting mix.  Pisces is Water and Mutable.  Taurus is Earth and Fixed. These two both like the quiet and the serene. Neither goes out and makes trouble for itself.   Pisces and Taurus have ironic similarities. However, Pisces’s mission is far different from Taurus’. Even though the missions differ, they tend to have ways of converging and overlapping so that these two can benefit each other in sometimes strange and wonderful ways.   Pisces and Taurus is complicated and intriguing match.


Pisces and Taurus differ with the sense of “soul”.  It is said that Pisces are “old souls”, a term one hears a lot these days.   But it communicates much. They understand through their Neptunian insight that the subconscious is as real as the outer.   They can see the outer as illusory, while other signs, especially Taurus see the inner as illusory.  Pisces and Taurus differ regarding the material.  The Bull is well known for their grasp of the material world, and their comprehension of bills and payables and accounts receivable.

The lacks, or better put, voids, that each has, tend to fill each other. Pisces understands the deep “accounts receivable” (karmic issues) of relationships. There is kindness and sweetness in both of these partners, and each can gently help out with their strengths. Taurus can help Pisces with order and organization and the discipline of keeping their world together, so as not to get “flat tires” and their deep cases of the blues, as they try to live their imaginative emotional lives with dignity and poise. Pisces can lead the Bull into the interior world of healing and emotional repair and spiritual quests.

Positive Postulate: These two have the same deep inner rhythms. This portends a pleasing and happy state of togetherness. The Fish does not like nasty little back and forth battles. The Taurus does not like recriminations. Since they both tend to seek out solitude at certain times. They can give each other permission to seek it at the same time. Like one couple says to each other: “It’s time for both of us to seek privacy.” The positive postulate with this union is that the upside is pleasantness and ease – working productively together without too many “way out” agendas, but still plenty of rich texture.

Romance Recommendation: As a warning, Pisces can tend to be inexplicable. They can disappear, literally and metaphorically. They can even be “passive aggressive”. When they demonstrate these inscrutable behaviors, the Taurus can be left with a furrowed brow and a disconcerted disposition. Romance, being at the tidal edge of subconscious and psychic worlds can sometimes be confused and difficult. This is where Taurus can avoid pouting and set the Fish straight as an anchor of reality.

Conflict Quotient: The Taurus says: “Just the facts, ma’am.” The Bull sees truth as pretty hard edged. Because truth is objective and material, it does not like to argue about what it sees to be pretty inflexible. Pisces, seeing the world as they do, headed in two directions at once, can catch truth coming and going and in a constant state of flux. When these two talk about feelings, they are probably better off. When a real hard argument ensues between the practical Taurus and the dreamy Pisces, it can be as if they are on two separate planets. Since they know and care for each other, they already probably understand this, but still their truths can be conflicted and often be far from each other.

Peace Parlay: Life in the end is repetitive and mundane, and so is Romance itself. This factor asks the question: ” Can we be bored together over the long term? “ Boredom can be peace and quiet for the always inwardly stimulated Fish. That can be welcome. The Taurus rests after a hard day’s work and reflects. This might be a welcome scenario for these two. This however, does not mean that life has lost its luster. They rest so that they can approach their world their way today and tomorrow. The warnings are that: Taurus should not grow two dimensional and resent Piscean changeability. The Fish should not swim so far away that the Taurus feels the boredom of loneliness.

Keep Up The Interest Graph:

Pisces is compelled to enjoy the fact that Taurus will probably like and or tolerate it’s multifaceted nature.  Taurus’s interest will be fairly steady, but it’s act won’t vary a whole lot.  They will take delight in the mysterious duality of their beautiful Neptunian creature.   Pisces keep up the interesting stuff.  Taurus will probably keep up the interest.

Seven Year Itchiness: There are some signs that by their nature are more stable in their love interests and family concerns as time goes on. Others are not. 7 years can seem like a year or a decade. Pisces, if happy and not beset with inner doubts and vague wonderings, could be very happy with Taurus. Pleasing and comfortable, Taurus’ relationship with the Fish would slip by the 7 th year, the Bull feeling no particular compelling reason to change. If the relationship is plagued with problems, the 7 year period could be the stormy cause of a reason to bond back together.

RATING:

ASTROCOMPATIBILITY POSSIBILITY RATING: 75% Positive Long Term – 70% Short Term . Pisces and Taurus could be in open-eyed appreciation of each other right away. Though complexities abound, those complexities tend to be love building and soul enhancing.

 

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