The North Node In Taurus Explained

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North Node Taurus Explained

What does it mean to have your North Node in the sign of Taurus and South Node In Scorpio on your birth chart? Read this blog to learn everything you need to know about having a North Node in Taurus.

What Is The North Node In Astrology?

The north node in your birth chart represents your highest growth. It is hardest for you to embrace and it is what you must grow into to counterbalance the south node traits.

When you tap into your north node, you manifest more easily and embrace your soul’s purpose.

It is also said to be the energy you are here to master in this incarnation.

What Is The South Node In Astrology?

The south node is your overused gifts and talents. Whatever sign your south node is in indicates what you’ve already mastered but now limits you in this lifetime. Your south node can help you on your journey when used in moderation.

The south node is also said to be what we mastered in our past life.


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The North & South Node In Astrology

The north and south nodes together, create this axis of stress and growth, comfort zone and expansion that indicate our past-life karma and highest path to growth in this lifetime.

By understanding the sign your north and south nodes are in, you can move towards your growth and become aware of your greatest limitations.

Learn more about the Taurus archetype

What Is Taurus?

Taurus is the second sign of the zodiac, and it represents material comfort, security, and stability. As the second sign of the zodiac, Taurus represents what happens after we charge the world head-on. Aries, as the initiator, is where we charge life full force, without fear. Taurus is where we learn to slow down, smell the roses, and just enjoy life.

Taurus is represented by the bull, they are persistent, hardworking, and stable. To them, the most important thing in life is comfort, money, and prosperity. They actively seek out material comforts and luxury. Taurus is grounded in themselves, unshakeable to a fault. Driven by their internal compass.

This archetype craves the finer things in life and loves to indulge. Taurus will always be financially responsible. They also love sensual pleasures. They want to feel physically nourished and, in the case of Venus or Mars being in Taurus, make their partner feel physically nourished.

Learn more about the Scorpio archetype

What Is Scorpio?

Scorpio is the archetype of intimacy, mystery, and obsession. We learn to embrace our powers to the fullest in the sign of Scorpio, and this can make us manipulative, or it could lead to us having deeper connections than ever before.

Scorpio sees that 95% of the iceberg lies beneath the surface, and so their mission is to investigate the depths of those waters and see what is hiding. This gives Scorpio the stereotype that they are mistrusting and cannot be trusted.

The reality is Scorpio. Cannot help but be an investigator as this is their purpose in the zodiac wheel, and so they seek power, and a passionate Chase for knowledge.

Specifically the knowledge of others. Scorpio, as a water sign, is highly connected to their emotions and can see the emotions of other people. They can rely heavily on intuition to make decisions and see the way forward. As long as Scorpio has a passionate chase in place, they are happy.

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The North Node In Taurus

With a north node in Taurus, your highest path to growth in this lifetime is to learn self-sufficiency, stability, and self-worth.

You tend to be someone who is obsessive and needs to learn how to remain more neutral, grounded, and superficial. Instead of viewing the world and others as an iceberg, see it as solid ground. You don’t need to investigate everything.

The north node in Taurus tends to end up in codependent relationships in their early life. This is why a big part of having this placement is to cultivate your finances, sense of self-worth, and self-sufficiency. You are here to learn to provide for yourself.

Your path to growth in this lifetime is to learn to enjoy the little things and be here now. You are diving too deep and looking for more meaning when the reality is, you will find all the meaning you have been looking for just by enjoying life, being present, and getting out into the world as much as possible.

In summary, the north node in Taurus is here to learn how to be as Earthly as possible, they do this by building their self-worth, cultivating their material security, and enjoying creature comforts in moderation.

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North Node In Taurus In The Houses

  • 1st House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your sense of self
  • 2nd House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your sense of self-worth and with money
  • 3rd House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your everyday communication
  • 4th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your home life
  • 5th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your creative expression and when flirting
  • 6th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your everyday routine things and Tasks
  • 7th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your one-on-one partnerships
  • 8th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in Intimacy
  • 9th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your approach to learning and in new experiences
  • 10th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your career
  • 11th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your community
  • 12th House: The path to growth is to learn to be self-sufficient, present, and comfortable in your mind (deep psychological work)
Learn more about the North Node In Taurus and the South Node in Scorpio

South Node In Scorpio

Those with a Scorpio south node have mastered obsession, intimacy, and passion in their past life. To the point where they overuse these qualities in unhealthy, limiting ways.

In childhood, those with a south node in Scorpio felt that they had to be reliant and closely connected to someone (or something) to be secure. And now, these people struggle to cultivate their sense of self, self-worth, and self-sufficiency.

These people, first and foremost, struggle karmically with overthinking everything. As Scorpio is gifted at being an investigator, these people with this south node struggle with getting lost in their heads and never truly being present in the world around them (especially because it seems so lacking and superficial).

The Scorpio South node also ends up becoming obsessive about something. But their growth path is to learn balance and neutrality.

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South Node In Scorpio In The Houses

  • 1st House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your sense of self
  • 2nd House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent on your self-worth and money
  • 3rd House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your everyday communication
  • 4th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your home life
  • 5th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your creative expression and in romance
  • 6th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your everyday routine things and Tasks
  • 7th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your one-on-one partnerships
  • 8th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with Intimacy
  • 9th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your approach to learning and new experiences
  • 10th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your career
  • 11th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your community
  • 12th House: Overly obsessive, investigative, and codependent with your mind (isolating your true beliefs from yourself)

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