Uranus is in Taurus.
Regardless of our birth chart themes we are all gonna feel it. Some more than others.
We Mega Mystic members are lucky to have our super site, but knowing that is going to happen isn’t gonna be enough.
So how do we raise our Uranian vibe so that we are not taken off guard?
I personally know nothing about Uranus: I am Neptunian and Plutonian, but he’s there in my birth chart as it is in any. Regarding him I always feel like that friend of a friend that you get to see at dinner parties, but never got to know for real.
What should we “outer planets” peeps or non outer planets peeps do to get more on a Uranian wave length ? Read more sci-fi? Reassess our home tech gear?
Thanks for whatever suggestions I might get from you.
A Non Uranian Virgo Rising
Dear Non Uranian Virgo Rising,
This is a really good question. As a Uranian, I can share that i am currently obsessed with growing my own herbs/greens, growing out natural hair and growing psychologically via old-style psychotherapy. By “old style”, I don’t mean a seance with Freud – though he was a Taurus – but as opposed to the more ‘new age’ schools of thought. Growth but organic growth.
I am also getting one of those electric posture guard things that sit on your back and buzz you when you slouch. I am convinced this somehow enhances neural functioning.
The other night, shortly after Uranus hit Taurus, I drank Lions Mane for nerve regeneration (as i have stopped trying to freeze my frown lines with neurotoxin injections) and google street-viewed streets where resonant things happened to me long ago. To digitally re-anchor in time.
None of this is “cool”. True Uranian people rarely look kooky. They often aspire to lead the most boring-on-the-surface life possible.
The Uranian frequency is contrarian – just as the herd suddenly gets spooked by debt, the Uranian will start leveraging up, for example. It operates out of linear time. Many Uranian people will become devotees of Saturn-based rules for living, just so they can do whatever the hell they want. So they are not bothered.
So if you are not born in the Uranus hood, you can’t acquire that vibe and nor would you necessarily want to. Can you imagine a life where people are perpetually greeting your ideas or opinions with genuinely “you’re so weird” judgment but then excitedly trying to tell you about the same concept as something ‘new’ a few years later?
It’s not always easy and it can be isolating. Uranian people learn early how not to be bothered by not ‘belonging.’
However, you can set your attitude toward the part of your natal birth chart dominated by Taurus to be as objective as possible. Like, if you were an alien arriving in your life with literally no preconceptions, how would you view it? Work the part of your chart that is Aquarius with similar detachment.
But when I first read your email, my intuitive thought was as follows. How Best To Align With Uranus in Taurus? Grow vegetables and revolutionise your attitude toward money. Oh and if you are going to read sci-fi, Philip K Dick, William Gibson and Octavia Butler are very Uranian reads. What does everyone else think?