What influence does the Moon in Taurus have on a woman?

What influence does the Moon in Taurus have on a woman?

What impact does the Moon in Taurus have on the female menstrual cycle? We explain the Moon's effect on your menstrual cycle.

What is the Moon in Taurus?

The moon's cycle lasts 29 and a half days, the time it takes to circle the Earth. During this cycle, it aligns itself with the signs of the zodiac. Every 2.5 days, it changes sign, which is why the lunar cycle and astrology are linked.

Moon in Taurus and menstrual cycle

A woman's menstrual cycle is often wrongly reduced to periods. In fact, it comprises a number of different phases, from periodsto the pre-ovulatory (follicular) phase, to l'ovulation, and finally to the luteal phase. Women have always been associated with the Moon. Men, on the other hand, have been associated with the Sun. The menstrual cycle and the moon are intimately connected.

The moon in Taurus during the periods

During your periods, the Moon is in ecstasy and gives you the best as a Taurus sign. Physically and mentally, you feel aligned. Your body goes into hibernation mode, with an average of eight hours of sleep per night. This is the time to pamper yourself and get out your skincare routine: masks, scrubs, essential oils: you're on a mission for a new skin before entering the next phase of your cycle. You can even take the opportunity to run yourself a bath!

At this time of year, your emotions are bound to be stronger than ever. Take the time to accept them, as well as the thoughts that run through your head and tell you what makes you happy. Let your creativity s'express itself by trying a new activity, for example.

Moon in Taurus during the follicular phase

Taurus women are known to be slow-lifers. So even if the cycle is entering an upward phase, you're not going to go from extreme speed one day to lthe next.

We advise you to choose a gentle discipline that works in depth, such as yoga, pilates or the barre. At the level of your emotional cortex, positive energy dominates.

The renewed motivation you feel helps you jump out of bed with gusto every morning. Body, emotions and mind are aligned: you're focused and determined.

Moon in Taurus during ovulation

You're now halfway through your cycle, filled with all the positive energy you've accumulated. This Moon in Taurus boosts your libido and sexuality to new heights. Emotionally: everything's running smoothly and well-being is the watchword.

Moon in Taurus during the luteal phase

With the ovulatory window drawing to a close, it's time for the downward phase of your cycle. It's time to relax and unw ind: and you'll love it! We don't need to tell you to listen to your body's signs of fatigue: you're already a relaxation professional, and you'll have no trouble looking after your body so that it's even better prepared for the next cycle.

At the dawn of a new cycle, spas, reiki, lithotherapy and meditation are all welcome to fill you up with positive vibes. Emotionally: calm takes control of your emotional flow, even if a few awkward emotions may arise. Nothing serious: welcome them as you did before.

As far as your mind is concerned, it's high time to take advantage of this lucidity to take stock, build your strategy for the future and congratulate yourself on your successes.

The FAQ of the moon in Taurus

What is the lunar sign of Taurus?

The lunar sign of Taurus depends on your date of birth and the moon's position at that time.

The moon's influence on other signs

Moon in Aries Moon in Taurus Moon in Gemini
Moon in Cancer Moon in Leo Moon in Virgo
Moon in Libra Moon in Scorpio Moon in Sagittarius
Moon in Capricorn Moon in Aquarius Moon in Pisces
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