Earth melds with Earth in this sensual, rock-solid relationship. This couple can create the ultimate cozy partnership. The only downside is they might become too cozy if they get stuck in the predictable, Taurus routine.
Sun in Taurus has a basic goal: enjoyable security. He is focused on building a stable life with simple pleasures. Despite his adherence to routine, his partner should understand that the Bull is no stranger to romance (he is ruled by Venus). Sun in Taurus is all about sensual enjoyment; he wants physical proof that he is loved. He will stubbornly cling to what he knows, which makes him a pro at long-term commitment. But when it comes to change or compromise, his partner should be prepared to do things his way.
Moon in Taurus needs peace. Not just surface harmony, but the bone-deep serenity that comes from an unshakable home life and partnership. This Moon is quiet but she’s not shy; the more comfortable she is with her partner, the more open and earthy she is about intimacy. Moon in Taurus is a great cuddler, but it’s about more than being cute. She needs to be touched, and a standoffish partner simply won’t do. She will be the emotional rock in a relationship, but will do her utmost to avoid conflict. The downside to this is buried resentments that eventually boil over.
There is a natural affinity here, as Sun in Taurus’ purpose blends seamlessly with Moon in Taurus’ needs. Each will strengthen the other, feeling instantly at home. This pairing can be the basis for a long-term commitment, but it would actually be helpful if their charts had some tense contacts between them. Taurus and Taurus can become stuck in complacency. Without some inter-aspects to keep them moving and growing, this partnership will stagnate.