The Moon is New in Taurus on May 11, 2021, at 3:00 PM EDT. The following is the chart wheel of the Taurus New Moon in 2021.
The Moon is New in Taurus on May 11, 2021, at 3:00 PM EDT.
The following is the chart wheel of the Taurus New Moon in 2021.
The New Moon in Taurus marks the beginning of a new cycle. The Aries New Moon cycle ends and the Taurus New Moon cycle begins.
The New Moon in Taurus is a good time to commit to personal goals that express the positive energies of the sign of the Bull. It’s time to enjoy life’s simple and physical pleasures–savor good food and enjoy activities that bring us in touch with nature and with our bodies. It’s time to stop and smell the roses and to become more aware of what makes us feel comfortable and secure. This is a good cycle under which to re-evaluate our relationship to money and possessions and to discover what truly makes us happy and fulfilled.
This New Moon harmonizes with Neptune and Pluto, suggesting that our inspiration and determination support our efforts to begin fresh. While the squares to Saturn and Jupiter are wide, they’re relevant because the New Moon is closely square the Jupiter/Saturn midpoint. We can be dealing with the desire to grow and expand, but also with limits and rules, and these things may take up a lot of energy. We may need to watch for being too lax or controlling, working on getting to a good balance.
With this potent Taurus energy, we have the chance to make important changes in our lives. It’s time to make some solid yet realistic plans and to set the stage for reaping the rewards from our new beginnings, as little or big as they may be, in approximately two weeks’ time after the Full Moon occurs.
This phase of the Moon occurs at 21 degrees and 18 minutes of Taurus, affecting people born with personal planets and points at approximately 17 to 25 degrees of the Fixed signs (Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius) the most significantly.
The above chart is good for seeing the most important influences and the chart pattern for this New Moon. The following includes additional points for the nuances:
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