30-Jun-2015, 17:57 UT/GMT
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Pisces' gentleness, empathy, and imagination can have a wonderfully softening effect on Taurus' pragmatism and resistance to change. And Taurus' calm realism can help Pisces to focus creative abilities and feel safe and cherished.
You might both also give each other a lot of encouragement in developing creative talents. Taurus' love of beauty can be inspired by Pisces' boundless imagination. And Pisces' receptivity to the invisible world can become more focused through Taurus' respect for form and craftsmanship.
A warning: Taurus can be possessive and unforgiving if there is any threat of inconstancy. And Pisces, because of a natural empathy for others, may sometimes provoke jealousy simply through showing compassion to too many people.
There may be lessons about possessiveness and loyalty to learn in this relationship. Learn them and you can have both magic and permanence.
Ferdinand the Bull, in the famous children's story, is a loveable creature and a perfect Taurean. He amuses himself by smelling the flowers, listening to the birdsong, and enjoying the summer breezes. He's easily contented, at home in his pasture. Then one day he sits on a flower, and on the flower is a bee...You can work out the rest. The story ... read more
Being true romantics, Pisceans are usually in love - if not with a human being, then with a dream, a creative vision, a cause, or even with God. It's in the Piscean nature to give, and it's impossible for them to think of a life alone - unless it's the kind of aloneness which the solitary spiritual seeker elects in exchange for a different kind ... read more
The combination of being a man and a Pisces can be a slightly uneasy one, because of those collective stereotypes which still haunt us despite our progress. This man won't drag you by the hair into his cave (you may have to drag him, if you're in a hurry), or rush off to hunt woolly mammoths while you stand over the cooking pot. He's probably a ... read more