Taurus Love Tarot – You Will Step Up

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Taurus Love Tarot

Your free Taurus love tarot reading for February 2024 summary:

Oracle: Protective Nest | Energies: grit; willpower

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Protective Nest | Taurus Love Tarot

You may be facing some financial issues or a lack of motivation to take action, dear Taurus. For some, there could be imbalances in resource management and finances within your household. It may feel unfair that you’re spending more than your partner or that there’s a lack of communication and equal distribution of tasks. This unresolved issue may be causing you to struggle with making decisions and finding direction in terms of your financial situation.

There may also be a loss of control over your finances or your partner’s overspending, which is hindering your financial goals. This imbalance in resource management could be causing strain in your relationship, with one person overspending and being impulsive while the other struggles to make ends meet. However, it seems that around February or March, you will seek closure and start to break free from this stagnant situation.

You’re tired of this unresolved issue and you’re ready to take control. You want to find a balance and harmony in your financial matters, without letting money define or influence your love for each other. It’s important to overcome these challenges and communicate openly to reach a mutual understanding.

If your partner is struggling with addiction, it’s time to take action. But the Protective Nest here is a reminder to channel your nurturing energy. This card symbolizes motherhood, which means Spirit invites you to extend a helping hand to your person.

Paradoxically, don’t mother your partner. Guide them without being too harsh, care for them without being overprotective, and don’t baby them without being dismissive. Moreover, be mindful of how your words or actions can affect a fledgling soul, Oracle says.

You don’t want to sit idly by while they spiral out of control. Although you may have tried to help in the past, it’s important to accept that change must come from within them. Strive for a balance between supporting them and respecting their journey. Alternatively, focus on filling your own cup so that you have the energy and capacity to support them when they need it.

Remember, you are not the captain of their ship, but you can lend a helping hand when they seek it. Together, you can navigate through these challenges and create a healthier and more balanced financial future.

A message for you

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3 of Swords

Three of Swords

This is a reminder of the inevitability of pain and its absolute necessity in personal growth. You can learn from your missteps and better understand how to navigate your life.

This warns of being confronted with the aftermath of loss or heartbreak. You may find yourself stuck in a rut, futilely attempting to recover from an emotional blow. Allow yourself to experience pain and grief.

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5 - Hierophant

The Hierophant (Major Arcana)

It may be worthwhile to seek an organized outlet for a shared expression of spirituality.

You or someone around you is a dogmatic figure who must be questioned.

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Knight of Swords

Knight of Swords

You or someone around you is a proactive and curious individual. He is opinionated, but also a clear and intentional communicator.

The Knight of Swords in this position is possessive and singular in the pursuit of knowledge. There is little application and even less ethical consideration in your endeavors.

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