Taurus July 4 Lunar Eclipse Vedic Astrology Forecast
The illumination from the Sun and Moon are critical for clarity of thought, wait until after the eclipse is over to make important, life altering decisions!
Best to delay important new projects until after an eclipse if at all possible.
Eclipse times are NOT good times to place yourself in risky or unsafe situations. This includes but is not limited to base jumping, bull riding, free diving, etc., unless of course you are a professional. You get my drift?
Best to avoid elective surgeries (such as for cosmetic purposes) on or around eclipses if possible. Of course, if you need to have a surgery for health reasons, please do not delay! A wise astrologer once told me “it is never the wrong time to do the right thing!” and I have always remembered and practiced this advice.
Solar and Lunar eclipses are fantastic times for spiritual practice, and that is about it! It is said that any mantras that are chanted during an eclipse is multiplied three-fold.
Vedic astrological principles suggest that one never view an eclipse.
Here are the areas of life that could potentially be influenced by the July 4 eclipse for you Taurus: Transformation, partners assets, inheritances, insurance settlements, hidden mental and psychological disorders, the occult sciences.
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Please note: This is a sidereal forecast based upon the system of Vedic astrology. If you do not know your rising sign, you can order a birth chart and your planetary cycle information here.
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