Transiting Jupiter in Taurus has brought some good stuff. Opportunities for solid growth, more money, personal security. It's been a nice ride so far. But lately, you may have felt like someone's tripped the parking brake. You've had to dance around financial red tape or deal with relationship restrictions/criticisms. Comfort is suddenly mixed with a hard-to-pinpoint sense of dissatisfaction. What gives?
Blame it on Saturn in Libra. He's hitting Jupiter with an annoying aspect known as the inconjunct. This aspect forces adjustment between two energies that don't blend. In this case, Libra and Taurus. Taurus wants to sit still. Libra shifts back and forth in an effort to find balance. Jupiter in Taurus wants more comfort so you can be happier while sitting still. But Saturn in Libra points out all the things that need to be re-balanced, refined and done properly.
The house in your chart that contains Taurus (and transiting Jupiter) is where you've been experiencing advantages. Look to the house that has Libra (and transiting Saturn) to see where the demands for adjustment are coming from.
- A plush, new relationship (Jupiter in 7th House Taurus) is tripped up by unconscious fears (Saturn in 12th House Libra)
- Solid gold career opportunities (Jupiter in 10th House Taurus) are sabotaged by pessimism/rocky communication (Saturn in 3rd House Libra)
- An optimistic health routine (Jupiter in 6th House Taurus) is derailed by distracting shifts/criticisms/jealousies in your social group (Saturn in 11th House Libra)
Unchecked growth needs limits; look at this aspect as a way to fine-tune. Wherever you encounter resistance is where something is out of balance. This will feel like you're being asked to do the impossible. Give up A for X? No way! But something has to give and Saturn is about responsibility. It's up to you to fix it.
This aspect will be strongest on May 14th at 24 degrees Taurus and Libra.