Today we will be talking about some of the most exciting features of Jupiter's upcoming entrance into the sign of Taurus, which is happening very soon here in May. It's one of the most exciting transits of the year.
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Hey everyone, this is Adam Elenbaas from Nightlight Astrology, and today we are going to be talking about some of the most exciting features of Jupiter's upcoming entrance into the sign of Taurus, which is happening very soon here in the month of May. It's one of the most exciting transits of the year.
It's a big, slow moving planet changing signs, so just like Saturn entering Pisces or Pluto entering Aquarius, try to pay attention to when Jupiter's changing signs as well. Jupiter is going to spend a whole year in the sign of Taurus. And so we're doing several videos to just prepare us for this archetypal signature.
Today, I want to talk in particular about the kinds of personal transformations, spiritual, and psychological transformations that Jupiter into Taurus may bring, and in order to do that, my wife Ashley is going to be joining us in a minute to talk about this as well.
Ashley is a double Taurus that, in my mind, could be a poster child for some of the most wonderful things about Tauruses; I'm a Taurus rising. We've also learned from our shadows, as Tauruses. So we just thought it would be a fun one to tag team today talking about the potentials of Jupiter in Taurus, which by the way, was present when Ashley and I first got together and started our yoga studio together 12 years ago, so it's also like our relationships Jupiter return which is kind of cool. So anyway, that's what we'll be talking about today.
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I'm really excited to be talking about Jupiter into the sign of Taurus, and in order to do so, I'm going to welcome my wife, Ashley, to the stream. Hey, sweetheart. Ashley is literally in the other room. We share office spaces. So if you were to walk, I could walk out and be on her camera in like two seconds. It's kind of funny. But anyway, we are the Taurus club. Ashley's Cancer rising; I'm Taurus rising; I'm Cancer sun. She's Taurus sun. So we have a real Cancer Taurus household, although both of our kids are fire signs, so that's interesting.
Before we get into talking about this, I'm going to also pick Ashley's brain as a double Taurus' about some of these themes today and just ask her questions because Ashley is a longtime clinical herbalist and yoga teacher, and I think the way that Ashley teaches has always been a really, really deep and profound embodiment of Taurus medicine. That's one of the things I, you know, would the way that I would describe what she brings astrologically as she is a kind of Taurus medicine woman.
So I thought, you know, I really want her wisdom as like she will be a little bit of Jupiter into Taurus for us today. But before we get into that, I want to share my screen and show you guys the real-time clock so that we can take a look at this. So we're looking at the entrance of Jupiter into Taurus on May 16. So that's coming up on Tuesday of next week. We are visiting this now to prepare ourselves for it. So here's Jupiter's entrance into the sign of Taurus.
Shortly after Jupiter enters the sign of Taurus, we will see a New Moon in Taurus as well. So a lot of Taurus energy is coming up shortly for us. The New Moon in Taurus will take place right here. So the new moon in Taurus is May 19. So the 16th, Jupiter enters Taurus, followed by a New Moon with the exalted moon, and Taurus co present with Mercury, who's turned direct with Uranus, so like Taurus's out there are getting some really big changes in their lives right now in really significant all the fixed signs as well because you're gonna get squares and opposition's from these energies.
So we're going to talk in a separate video about the fact that as Jupiter enters Taurus, it will square Pluto right away, which is kind of a separate topic; we're going to talk now about the fact that between May of 2023, and May of 2024, for a whole year, we get the medicine and wisdom of Jupiter, who is the sage, the guru, the teacher, we get teachings in the sign of Taurus, which is the feminine domicile of Venus and the exultation of the moon. It is a solid earth sign. So this is the sage coming into the temple of the Goddess.
There are five amazing features of Jupiter's entrance into Taurus when we're considering the kinds of personal psychological, and spiritual changes that are available to us. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to go through them, the ones that we've come up with here, and I'm going to talk about why I think this is a Jupiter in Taurus lesson, but then I want to ask Ashley throughout your life as a double Taurus, because each of these things have a special place in people who are Tauruses, you'll know these very well. But just listening to actually talk about these and how they've made an impact on her life and her spiritual development, I think you guys will find really helpful, and I'll chime in a little bit, too.
Alright, so the first one is that when Jupiter enters Taurus, we have an opportunity to recreate our rhythms. Now by rhythms, I mean the day to day; let's call them biorhythms, bio being a reference to the earthiness of Taurus. We're talking about not just our mind, mental habits, or our emotional habits but the way that those are also connected to our physical world and our physical habits.
The opportunity to recreate our rhythms is there because Jupiter is a planet of possibilities and opportunities. Taurus is a sign that has a lot to do with the establishment of security, security, peace, serenity, beauty, and the maintenance of those things that they're not only there as temporary experiences but that we learn to keep those experiences going somehow.
So, on that note, I would love to actually if you would just tell us a little bit about I can speak a little bit to it, too, as we go along. But since you were a little kid, the need for rhythms has been evident. What have you learned about rhythms as a double Taurus? Why are they important? What can we all learn about them? What can we all hope to take away from Jupiter into Taurus when it comes to our rhythms?
I loved when I saw you pull up the time wheel, and I had all that Taurus. Oh my gosh, my heart was just like, yes. So I'm really excited for this upcoming transit, and in terms of rhythms, I think for Taurus and for me, it's not about the rigidity of the rhythm but about the smoothness of the rhythm. I think for me, as a Taurus, I've always loved routines and rituals, but only if they're easy. You know what I mean? Like, it's not the same as a Virgo ritual where there are hard edges and lines and starts and stops. Or Capricorn? Yeah, so for the Taurus rhythms, for me, it's, as one of my yoga teacher friends Lauren Richardson would say is like, easy in, easy out; like, can wake up easy, go get your coffee, easy. Drink your coffee easy. You know, make the kids lunch easy, but it's like, you know, making everything with ease because for me as a Taurus, it's like, I move slow, but when I'm in my best self, I'm really tactfully enjoying, and savoring all of the things that I'm doing and that I think is the gift of Taurus energy.
If you can grab it, let's make this enjoyable, you know, let's make these rhythms, these routines enjoyable, and let's keep it really smooth. So yeah, I think that, to me, is the tone or the mood of the rhythms. I think ideally, the rhythms follow the sun, and waking up when the sun rises, going to sleep when the sun sets, that's like the most natural rhythm our bodies are just attuned to. So if we can make small shifts in our lives so that we can go to bed and rise with the sun, things do seem to flow a little bit better, at least for me as a Taurus; I just find that my energy, like, that's when I function at my best.
Yeah, I think that there are a lot of ways to create those rhythms, but the rhythm is musical and Taurus. That's a word that comes to my mind where we're trying to create rhythms so that life feels more artful and how we create those. It's surprising how much stability and powerful stability is in making consistent small changes that are peaceful and enjoyable.
So I think that people, when they think about Jupiter entering Taurus, and we talk about recreating rhythms, they're like, Oh, my God, you know, please, no sermons about overhauling my whole life. I don't know, taking a cold shower at 3am and worshipping the sunrise. I mean, some people get overwhelmed, you know. And I think I think that even just the little changes. For example, if you note, you might notice Jupiter into Taurus, that two cups of coffee is one too many. You got to stick to one, and then you notice that the next two hours just consistently start being a little easier to manage. So I think that Jupiter in Taurus can enter our lives and just shine a spotlight on where we can feel like we're playing a little bit of jazz. You know, there's a beat that's being kept. But we're doing better in improvisational spaces with making sure that it's easy in and easy out.
Yeah, and I think one more thing, too, is, like, that's like the daily rhythm. But I think, too, for Taurus's, it's like having that once a month, we're gonna go swing dance, or once a month, we're gonna go hear a Grateful Dead cover band or whatever. Like also having the larger rhythms, or every summer we go to this lake, and we camp. But having those larger rhythms that are enjoyable, I think that's also a place if we're looking at the year ahead, too; what are some Taurean pleasurable activities that you can schedule as well?
I am going to swing dancing; I will have everybody know.
We're gonna have fun because I'm not a swing dancer either.
I'm stoked if I get to dance with you; I'm good. So, I feel like the other thing about recreating our rhythms is paying attention to what we're getting out of what we're associating with. I think Jupiter in Taurus can be like, can give feedback right away and saying, Look, you associate with your cell phone, with TV, with the internet with whatever it is, and we run in cycles with those things.
Oh, spend 10 minutes scroll, scroll, scroll, click, click, click that patterns and deeply ingrained habits can open up and change. Part of how they do that is we start to receive feedback. For example, as we're making this, we're in a Mercury Retrograde in Taurus. Jupiter enters Taurus as Mercury is turning direct in Taurus. You know, maybe another way of looking at it is you can realign your nervous system. And just ask the question, what's given me a smoother ride here? How can I, if I'm associating if the habits and rituals and routines that I have in my life aren't giving something good in return if they're just emptying or draining me, you might become more aware of that.
At first, you know, that's not exactly easy. Remember that Jupiter is going to be co present with Uranus in the sign of Taurus. So, the ability to get feedback about what's jolting us versus what's giving us a smooth ride. That's also really, you know, I think that's really, really valuable.
Well, let's go to number two, which is expansion through focus; attention on something you've already started. Jupiter's been in Aries for the past year. We all know Aries, as a cardinal fire sign of spring, loves to start and initiate things. But then we got this last anaretic degree eclipse, the 29th degree of Aries. Then one of the ways I described it was the beginning of the end of something. Another way of putting that might be to say that look, we've been in a phase of life where we have, maybe, for example, there's been lots of expansion, lots of starting of things, and as Jupiter moves into Taurus, after that last Eclipse at the last degree of Aries, we might be asking, you know, it's maybe it's time to root in and cultivate things at a deeper level that I've already started, you know, how do I go from casting my net, you know, wide in a lot of different directions or spreading seeds all over the place, you know, to saying, there are just these three things or there are just these few things and I'm going to focus my attention in on developing them and making them my richness my happiness.
As a Taurus, again, the same question goes back to I would say that Taurus is one of the more naturally devoted signs. What does it mean to a Taurus? How does it feel to a Taurus to be developing and holding things aside from just not being able to let go of things that you love? Which is definitely a Taurus thing, too. But, like, what is it about holding developing things? Like what, what is it that gives joy about that?
It's not always joyful, though. I mean, I think when you care for something deeply, you know, I forget who it was that said that you know, the price we pay for love is grief, or is pain, you know.
It's like the polar opposite sign of Scorpio is built baked in, in that sense, the impermanence.
I'm just thinking about my garden and all the plants in this house. And it's like, you know, yes, it was exciting when I bought them, and I brought them home, and I found the perfect sunny spot. But there's also joy in checking their leaves and noticing the soil; when it gets low, they need more potting soil, and this one needs a little bit more light and making those subtle adjustments. I mean, to me, and I don't know if this is a Taurus thing, but the world is animate, like everything's alive. And so everything I'm tending, even my space, you know, even my office space, that the room is alive.
As I move the pillows and make sure things are tidy, it's like I'm caring for the energy of the space, and that cultivation of the care is, that part is very enjoyable, I think. And then the fruits of that labor is watching that plant flower for the first time in like five years or, you know, watching it shoot out little babies and then repotting those. So, but you know, it is a slow, careful process, you know, once you've selected what it is, you're going to tend to. I don't know if that's the answer.
Well, I mean, you were, I mean, we've talked about your chart a bit before. So people who've watched some previous episodes know this, but you have a few planets in Aries as well. How would you contrast the energy of Aries, that likes to start things so much, with the energy of Taurus?
Yeah, yeah, I mean, Aries burns hard and bright and then burns out fast. So, you know, I think that's a contrast to the slow, steady endurance of Taurus. I think the things that really, you know, the thing for me is that if it hits my heart, and if I can see life in it, I'm like, committed, you know, I'm like, I've got you, you've got me like, we're in this together. The Aries in me says, Okay, I got you this far. You're on your own. You know, it's like, I got just started now, you know, continue on good luck.
But I think the Taurus part of me really attaches from my heart deeply into things. Yeah, wants to see them thrive. And mother them, I think there's a mothering quality to Taurus, that if we can tap into that, and look at the things that we're choosing, you know, whatever it is, from that big cast, that net that you cast, whatever the things are, you're like, I really want to draw my attention to this is like not you know, treat it as if like, you're a mother tending a small child like what, what would be the quality of care and the quality of patience too. You have to have a lot of patience. I think that's a natural gift of Taurus when you're attending something.
There's a kind of symbiosis that Taurus invites; it says, don't just start something but become sort of symbiotically joined and merged with it. And it maintains you, and you maintain it. And that's the feeling of the Great Mother, the exultation of the moon. That's part of Taurus, I think; well, the thing you said that leads us to point three is that the process itself can be this place of joy. So going into that a little bit more.
Obviously, as someone who cares for plants and plant medicine, you could you can use those analogies all day long with Taurus, plants, gardens, and caring for living things. You said something recently, and I can't remember if this was another video we did or not. But I loved it. And it was that you had this insight that you needed to care for the living things first. And that was this value that brought not only joy but kind of like safeguards. A lot of other things in your life, too. Can you speak to that a little bit?
Sure. Yeah, we had been out of town for a few weeks, and I got home, and like, there were a million things that needed to be done. And I was just completely overwhelmed. I don't know; I'm sure people can relate, like, you just have so many things you have to do, you don't want to do any of them are like I'm just gonna lay on the couch because I don't know where to start. And so this, like, just I got this insight. And it was tend the living things first.
It was like, that makes sense. Because, like, the laundry and the dishes, and all of those other things can wait, but like, my plants need water. You know, my dogs need to go outside, and my husband needs a hug. My kids need me to take their shoes off and help them go to the potty. You know, like, there are things that those things are most important, and so ever since then, yeah, it's like when I'm when I get to that overwhelmed state, I think of what are the living things?
I'm included, you know, and I think that was like, Yeah, I need water. I am dehydrated from traveling, too. So it's like, you know, what are all of the needs of the living things, including myself, and the process bringing joy is it's, you know, you get instant feedback when you attend the living things. You know, it's not always like the plants didn't like, say, Hooray, you know, but I felt like a, like a relief once I knew that they were attended.
I think in terms of, like, the process itself, that kind of goes back to the first question, which is just having that ease with it. You know, that if you're really present while you're doing things. It's hard not to feel joyful. It's hard not to be feeling like you're in the Tao or in the flow. But if you're disconnected and you're in 10 places mentally, it's really hard to find it in the process.
Yeah, absolutely. I will issue a qualifier which is that I don't just need hugs. I need Ashley's hugs. But everyone around here likes Ashley's hug. So do the dogs
I love giving hugs.
So, yeah, the, you know, the, I think the idea here with Jupiter entering Taurus, is that for a lot of us, we think of, you know, it's a cliche, but it's like, we think of the final product that we'll get from putting the work into something. Jupiter in Taurus is like an opportunity to tangibly feel and experience the benefits and joy of being in the process of working towards something. People romantically look at the image of, you know, a farmer or someone who lives on the land. Why do people get so attracted, especially people in the city, you know, they get so attracted to the picture of someone living on the land.
If you're real about it, there's a lot of work involved in living on a farm or living on land or whatever. But why is it that the image is so attractive? It's because you're imagining, I think most of us anyway, we imagine that someone is happy, that they're happy in the process of tending and caring for a farm and animals in life, and that there's something about their symbiotic union with the process of life that is joyful and uplifting.
So this image of the farmer or of the bull, it's attractive to us because it's a fecund image. It's not about results. It's about someone, you know, looking like they have, they have a sense of belonging and at homeness in the ever moving rhythms of life. And that's very, very appealing to us because there's something that image makes our nervous systems just relax.
Number four is safeguarding serenity. You know, this is something, of course, that I think anyone who's familiar with 12 Step programs has probably heard before. But Jupiter in Taurus, the way that I would put it is that Jupiter in Taurus could be like a few different 12 Step slogans that you might have heard before, for example, one day at a time, or even first things first or something like that. I'm no expert on these things. But what I know is that Jupiter in Taurus is like a guardian angel that says, there's really nothing more important than just doing your best today and trying to make today a successful day in terms of peace and just doing your best forgiving yourself. And just showing up and kind of doing the work of a day. And it's like, in that in that way, our lives are like little hobby farms, you know, like, Can you just be the farmer in the field of your life today? There's tremendous wisdom in that simplicity, I think.
Yeah, absolutely. I, you know, I think that even the word if we could just even say the word serenity, or check in and say, how is my serenity? You know, I think just even having the consciousness around that as a possibility in a day is huge for a lot of people. It's like, Oh, I could be serene. But I think one of the things that's, at least for me is, so helpful is identifying the things that bring me out of serenity; it's like, you know if you're going to safeguard something, it's like, you don't build a fence, unless you know, what you're trying to keep out and what you're trying to keep in.
So, if you're trying to keep in serenity, how tall does that fence need to be? And what are you protecting it from, you know, it might be social media, it might be no binging Netflix, you know, it could be certain relationships that are outdated or friendships that are not serving you. But you know, we have to really be able to look at the things that are taking our serenity away so that we can cultivate the little, that little seed of serenity that can be fragile in the beginning.
But it's cool, I think; I mean, I've been in a 12-step program and Al-Anon for almost four years now, and while I'm not certainly perfect at it, I feel like I'm more and more able to notice when I'm slipping out of it and to catch myself and to say, Oh, I'm doing that thing again. You know, and my serenity is being lost, or, you know, with small kids, you can't always control what they're going to do. But I can control the situations I put myself in with them. Like, we're not going to the jump house, like, that's not going to, you know, what can we do? Like, let's go for a nature walk. Right? So it's also like making choices that at least create some parameters that are going to be more beneficial for you. And if you have a family or family? Because if mama ain't happy, you know, ain't no one's happy.
That's true. I think, you know, something when Ashley and I, you know, the Jupiter return of our relationship, we've been together 12 years. And when we first started dating and started a yoga studio together. And, you know, we shared our rhythms, went to bed at the same time did even we had an evening ritual we did; we did some rituals when we woke up in the morning.
Then whatever happened throughout the day, it was like, easy in, easy out; we would end our day together and begin our day together. And then, you know, the ebb and flow of that closeness throughout the day. It's just part of work in life and so forth. That's also something.
In other words, this wisdom is something we can apply to relationships. Ashley and I, as you guys know, we have a couple of kids rhythms get smashed for a little bit, you know, and what's been interesting is, as Jupiter has been returning this recent Mercury Retrograde, Ashley and I have returned to some of the rhythms that we really hadn't had since our kids came along. It's immediately noticeable how much better we communicate; we solve problems, you know, we laugh, and it's little things, right?
I think that the other thing to remember is that, you know, Taurus is the sign of Venus, and creating harmony as a social experiment, right? It's an experience. So the other thing we can think about is our serenity also has to do with the way we care and 10 for our relationships.
Now, it's something I noticed about myself was that some of the reasons that our rhythms got off for, I think for both of us, I think you would agree is that we both were like, you get comfortable in taking care of yourself and safeguarding yourself from the stresses of parenting. You know, and you do so in different ways, and then your rhythms can get out of sync.
You can think, well, you should come over to my rhythm that I've established to protect my sanity after having kids. No, you should come over to my rhythm, right? Eventually, I think in relationships, it doesn't matter who takes a step, but you find if one person takes a step toward the other person, that other person will take a step.
Then, before you know it, you have your rhythms in maybe just even slightly better place. And the result of that can flower out and be pretty magnificent. So one thing that I would say about safeguarding serenity is, although it's a very personal thing, it's also a social thing. The way that it could be your kids, it could be your spouse, a lover or a friend, or your social life. But we can create those rhythms in those ways, too.
Did you want to add anything to that?
Oh, I just have this image of, like, in music, you have like a string like, you know, a sitar, how it has a string, a resonant like a string that vibrates next to it. So it's like, you know, in your relationships, whether they're romantic or just friendships, it's like, you know, if you're, if your rhythms are synced up, and one person plays, you know, their string is plucked, the strings next to it will resonate. There'll be a resonance that creates real beauty. The sound is really synced up and very beautiful. So I was just, I just had that image pop in because I feel like that's what's happened to us as we found our rhythms. It's like these, these strings, like, I'll play one, and then it'll sync up with you, and it'll resonate with yours, but if we're too far away, and our rhythms are too disconnected, then that resonance can't happen.
Yeah, I think that Jupiter into Taurus brings one of the keywords for Jupiter is redemption, redeeming things. So Jupiter, in a sign of harmony, redeeming things can also be about getting back to resonating with people and things that are good for you. I just couldn't believe, you know, Ashton; I'm just making some really simple shifts in our biorhythms to get back onto the same page. You know, I'm like, gosh, you know, it's funny how easy some of those things are. But they're not easy until they're easy. You know what I mean? Like, whatever reason, they're hard until the moment that they're easy that you feel like it's a mile to make a step until you do, and then you look at it feels like it was a two-inch step; what was I doing? But the idea here, anyway, is that we can change our rhythms to also resonate with people and things around us better.
Finally, what is real abundance mean to you? And we'll keep this one really simple. A lot of us define success and happiness through all sorts of images. In our mind, we don't often stop to say, what does a feeling of, you know, like, my cup is overflowing? Right? Like, what does that actually feel like? Not what does it look like? You know, in terms of like, status, or a way that something I want to have or you know, a position or maybe there are some of those things too, but I think a lot of the times we skip past what does real abundance mean to me on the level of my heart, soul and like feeling body, which is something that Jupiter in Taurus can invite us into.
We always think of Jupiter in Taurus is like wealthy and rich and fecund. And, well, it's a transit that means that someone's gonna get a facelift or a Ferrari or something. Like, okay, yeah, that's so stereotypical. But it's also there's an invitation to be like, is this fool's gold? Or is this my heart's gold?
So yeah, I think, you know, from the double Taurus position. It is very simple, actually. I think the main thing is, you know, do I feel solid and serene and content in myself and what I'm able to provide others and what others are able to provide for me, you know, like that image of the farm, like, is it a productive farm, but not productive, because we want cash, but because it's fulfilling its purpose, you know, a productive farm is successful, because it's a successful farm.
I guess, for me, at least, when I think of abundance, it's like health, you know, like, am I healthy? Do I have energy? Have I put enough resources into myself to have health so that I can tend to others and love others and, you know, do the work that I'm here to do? What is the quality of my connections? You know, what is the quality of my connections to others? So, yeah, that that idea of even like a productive herb garden is what, like, my mind is going to like, you know, have I done all of the things necessary to make this flourish? And as a result of its flourishing, am I taking the time to receive the gifts?
Yeah, yeah. The love you put in is the love you receive in so many ways. Jupiter in Taurus is like this; you will get out of your garden what you put into it the garden as life as the psyche as your relationships. And the opportunity is like, in my mind, spiritually, the opportunity is like, pour yourself in. And you will find that the harvest is super bountiful. When you pour authentic love and sincerity into the things in your life, the people in your life, yourself your health, you'll find that it's there's an abundant feedback that comes up. And that's maybe the real, but in order to do that, we have to say, what can I give from the heart? What do I want to give from the heart? And where do I want to receive from the heart? And that's for some of us, that may be a process of clarifying, clarifying that as we go along into next year.
Yeah, and I think one thing that's been really helpful for me, I'm not an artist but has been art, you know, like that question itself. What does abundance mean to me, grab a piece of blank paper, grab some markers or colored pencils, and just start drawing and sometimes through that creative process of drawing or collage, and if you really are afraid of utensils like that? I think that, you know, opening up those other parts of your mind and the images. I think that's a great way into that question if you're not sure.
Yeah, absolutely. Thank you so much for being here with me in the room outside of this door.
Well, thanks for having me; I love it when I get to come on and chat with you.
Yeah, it's so nice to have you here. And I hope that everyone was able to, you know, one of the reasons that I've always been wildly in love with my wife is because I'm just attracted to the way that she thinks and processes life. And so I just knew that her double Taurus energy would be kind of fun to have here today to talk about Jupiter in Taurus. So we all really appreciate you, and yeah, for those of you guys who are looking to get a transcript of today's talk, I forgot to mention earlier that you can find the transcript for today's talk on the website nightlight astrology.com.
And as ever, if you have any comments to share wisdom of your own on Jupiter into Taurus, we'd love to hear from you guys. Don't forget to drop a comment in the comment section. And yeah, it'll be great to check-in. Do some more videos on Jupiter into Taurus, and maybe some check-ins along the way as the year goes on. And maybe we'll have Ashley back and talk maybe at some point about some herbs that you could use for Jupiter into Taurus as well.
I'd love that.
All right, we'll Take it easy, everyone. We will see you again next time. Bye.
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