You can run but you can’t hide from repeating patterns that seem to bring you back to the same place where you often find yourself — on the verge of change, even if self sought, which can be so disquieting for the stability-seeking Taurus. Recognise though that it is this conflict between your desire for materially abundant pastures and circumstances that rob you of them, that keeps you alive and evolving. Just as the barrenness of winter necessitates blossoming in spring to restart the proliferation of life, so too periods of lack act as the driving force for your sign to be as industrious as you typically are. This month is that period when much as you would like to move forward with a venture or desire, any effort you make might either be waylaid or lead to naught. You might even be misguided by those on whom you rely on for assistance, guidance, especially with regard to administrative or paperwork.
If events keep you stuck where you are, it might be because even though you might think you have achieved the inner peace necessary to make wise decisions, the part of your mind involved in making daily decisions is still agitated, restless and impatient. Acting from a place of (child-like, impatient) want may not take you very far just now. Consider too that any quick-fix solution or overnight flight from your problems will only be temporary respite and might keep leading you back to square one.
Regulation of desires is your prescription at this time.
Your cards for October
Left to right: Context, advice
Since general readings don’t apply to everyone in the exact same way, please take what meaning you can from the general theme implied by these readings, in whichever area of life it plays out for you. Sometimes, your Rising sign or Moon sign reading might apply to you better (Get your Rising sign here: https://cafeastrology.com/whats-my-ascendant-sign.html, and scroll down the page for the Moon sign calculator as well). And if you’d like a reading more specific to you, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
…Until next month! 🙂