Taurus Weekly Horoscope, May 7 to May 13

If you have secret reservations about an idea, your mindset may be what’s holding you back. You could be sabotaging your efforts just as you’re about to make your move. Understanding the reasons for this can help you to see things from a different perspective and perhaps give you the courage to go ahead.

Lovely Venus angles toward nebulous Neptune on Monday, which indicates that you could doubt the word of a friend. However, consider giving him or her the benefit of the doubt. It could be an innocent mistake.

On Tuesday, there could be positive news or an invitation to a special event, which you might welcome.

The weekend could see you rebelling against your usual routine. With lively Mercury connecting to restless Uranus, you might prefer to go off and do your own thing. However, once expressive Mercury moves into your sign on Sunday, you may find that you can settle down and enjoy yourself.

Love

Being stuck in the middle of two attractive options can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Why not go for both? There’s no rule that says you can’t have your cake and eat it, too! Your social calendar is full over the weekend, which means planning dates and meetings very carefully. You don’t have a lot of time to spare, so you try to be as punctual as possible (and you appreciate the same in others).

Career

You, more than most people, may sense a change is about to happen now. Many good ideas and potential jobs have been pushing to be born. Things finally begin to flow in a constructive direction. This is an ideal time for conferences, training, and travel to improve your job prospects and long-term career interests. Seek the advice of experts. Complicated situations need careful focus. Be open to making corrections.

Health

Hard to believe, but powerful aspects suggest that you may be creating your current ailments unconsciously in order to avoid a trying situation. This is one psychological mechanism that’s more widespread than people realize. Naturally, it would be more helpful if you could face up to the issue and sort it out head on. Do what’s best for you.

 

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