The Rising Sign of Taurus

In Vedic Astrology or Jyotish, the rising sign plays a HUGE part in a person’s life. The rising sign will bring the personality to life. What the heck is a rising sign? Rising signs are used in Vedic astrology (called Jyotish in Sanskrit) which is a different astrology system than Western Astrology. Vedic Astrology has some very unique parts to it including the rising sign or Lagna, Yogas (combinations of planets that give or take fortune etc), and lunar nakshatras ( a topic for another day!).

But let’s get back to Taurus and what it really means. If you were born with your rising sign as Taurus, you may find that when you become angry, it starts slowly but once you get to full blown anger it takes awhile to come back down. You may even feel rage and that may trigger an incredible amount of stubbornness that slowly slowly releases.

Taurus lagna typically have a sharp intellect, they draw in everything around them, seeing, hearing etc. They pay close attention to their surroundings and make interpretations about what’s happening. But once an opinion is formed, there’s no going back! Decision is made!!

Taureans pursuit of knowledge combined with good writing skills be very helpful in their career. Having a great career is very important for the Taurus lagna since they LOVE luxury! Vehicles, beautiful homes, clothing, jewelry etc all require money!

A Taurus person may also find that they love to cook and they love gourmet food. But watch out for your stubbornness Mr. or Ms. Taurus because it can create issues when it comes to your spouse, your children, or even with older siblings.

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