Taurus Horoscope for February 2023

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Dear Reader,

There’s a lot being packed into this little month of 28 days. Before I give you an overview, I want to mention that I will be in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday, February 18, to discuss The Year Ahead 2023. It is an honor to give a keynote address for the 50th Anniversary of the Astrological Society of North Texas. Tickets to this fund-raising event are $50.00.

Doors open at 8:00 AM, and my talk will extend from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, with a break in the middle to see my New Year Ahead 2023 Calendar, which I can sign for you. Those who attend the event will have the option of having lunch with me for $12.00 at the Cayote Ridge Golf Club directly after the event. (Hurry—a few tickets are left). You must attend the event if you’d like to attend the lunch.

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Your February Horoscope for Taurus

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This is a month divided in two parts—focus on your career first, and then allow lots of time for social fun later. It may be a short month (only 28 days), but it seems to be chock full of action. Over the past few months, you have been hampered by Mars and Mercury in retrograde. If you felt like a hamster on a wheel during the past few months, not really progressing or getting anywhere at all, it was due to these two planets languishing in low energy. Mars, the planet of action, only retrogrades every two years, so you don’t have much experience with Mars out of phase. You may be puzzled about why everything you were doing required so much effort and ended up with such meager results. Now that changes for the better.

Mars started to retrograde in Gemini on October 30 and finally went direct last month on January 12. Mercury, Mars’ little brother, goes retrograde three times a year for three and a half weeks. Mercury, which rules all communication and negotiation, went direct last month on January 18. All the planets in our solar system retrograde regularly (not the Sun and moon, but those are not planets). No planet instantly jumps to full power the minute it goes direct, which is why you should always wait and not make important initiatives in the days right after the planet turns direct.

Mercury will be back to full power on February 6th. Mars will be back to full power on March 15th. That’s when both planets will be in ideal shape, but each day they gain more and more strength. Mars has been particularly concerning you as Mars has been moving in Gemini, your financial second house, since August 20th and likely causing your expenses to rise. Your efforts to increase your income seemed scant, but that will change. Hosting Mars in your second house of earned income is not easy, but Mars will officially leave this area of ​​your chart when it leaves Gemini on March 25. Keep working toward increasing your income, dear Taurus—your efforts will start to pay off.

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