Mars in Taurus, Moon in Virgo Compatibility

Relationships don’t get more effective than this one. Mars in Taurus’ definitive actions will meet Moon in Virgo’s need for practical achievement. He’ll take one step, she’ll analyze it and deem it acceptable, and then he’ll take another step. They’ll perform a dance that mixes his cautious determination with her methodical drive for improvement.

Mars in Taurus is a pro at manifesting. This isn’t due to any mystical powers. Rather, his ability to decide on a course of realistic action, and then follow through to the end, is the key to his success. His partner will appreciate his ability to just do it, even if it does take him some time to start moving. Mars in Taurus is not all work and no play, though; life’s basic pleasures (good food and good sex) are his must-have rewards.

Moon in Virgo needs to see solid evidence of progress. She is always in fix-it mode, which is why no relationship that she is part of will ever stagnate. While Moon in Virgo’s drive for perfection is admirable, her partner may find her difficult to handle when she tips over into obsessive worrying and pessimism. For this reason, a lover who is more relaxed (but not careless) would be best to keep her balanced.

Moon in Virgo will feel safe and secure with Taurus’ work ethic; when he says he’s going to do something, he’ll do it. Mars in Taurus will appreciate Virgo’s realistic approach to everything. When she gets wrapped up in a project (or starts to nag him about something) he’ll patiently coax her out of her worry zone with a soothing back massage or home-cooked meal. Despite his ability to create results, Taurus can become stuck in a complacency rut. Moon in Virgo will be just who he needs to get him back on track. He’ll supply the raw materials, and she’ll refine their relationship from the inside.

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About Nadia Gilchrist

Nadia Gilchrist offers 20 years of experience in astrology. Her writings and personal consultations focus on applying practical astrological analysis to the real world. Nadia blogs regularly at Ruby Slipper Astrology.
 

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