Mercury enters your sign today, dear Taurus, and will continue this transit until May 21st. You have a stronger voice and are more likely to be heard and understood during this cycle.
Self-taught endeavors can be particularly satisfying. Because Mercury rules your money sector, this can be a time of additional money coming in. This transit brings more clarity to your life after a period of relative reflection and perhaps some indecision.
You may jump off the fence about a matter or reach a significant conclusion. You’re ready to put the past behind you, and you have plenty of fresh ideas for the future, particularly as Mercury heads into alignment with Uranus.
You may very well delight others with your communications. With the Moon in your resources sector today, however, you’re settling in and seeking some predictability.
An exchange of words might linger in your thoughts today. Whether it’s an argument, some pillow talk, or a bluntly factual statement, you’re rolling the conversation over and over in your mind.
If someone’s message can have two meanings, you want to be certain you’re hearing it in the way it was intended. However, it’s doubtful that the discussion is over. Be thoughtful and deliberate in what you say next.
Just two days after a New Moon in Taurus brought a chance to commit to this new solar year and the journey ahead, Mercury returns with the intellectually savvy edge needed to walk the talk.
While it won’t be until Venus’ return next week that your heart will find its voice, this allows you to get the mechanics of this new solar year up to speed.
Mercury returns for a short 14 day visit on the same day that the Sun moves into his final two weeks in Taurus, so is here for just long enough to bring your birthday month home.
Today’s Quote: “Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.”
Lucky Numbers: 23, 28, 31, 41, 43, 45
Daily Compatibility: Capricorn