© April 2011 by Fabienne Lopez
Continuing with our description of Venus in the elements, we turn now to Venus in the Earth Signs.
The Quality of Earth: Steadiness of the Senses
Earth people ground themselves in the here and now through the use of their five senses. They are naturally attuned to what they can see, touch, smell, or taste, which gives them a solid, reliable quality that helps shed light in the physical world.
In general, an Earth Venus will show their steady and practical nature through gestures that are discernible and easily measured. Their sensuous nature calls for physical presence, steadiness, reliability, and comfort in their relationships.
In terms of artistic endeavors, an earthy Venus strives to show humankind’s relationship with time and the entire life cycle of gestation, maturation, and death.
They are inspired by man’s relationship with nature, the past (roots, origins, ancestry).
Venus in Taurus
In terms of creativity, the Venus in Taurus will often be guided by her sensuous nature. Being in it’s the sign it naturally rules helps this Venus be attracted to artistic expressions that uses the body – dancers and singers or provides a sensual experience, such as sculpture and painting.
Romantic love in all its aspects is a favorite source of inspiration for this Earth Venus.
Venus in Virgo
This Venus is meticulous, practical, and detail-oriented in any of art form of her choice. Before tackling any project, she will devote much time to research and getting the facts correctly. Diligent, she rarely abandons an assignment.
Her diligence in getting the details exactly right pays off creatively by allowing them to focus on all the little things that makes up the big picture. This quality often times makes this Venus a very good writer of detective novels and scientific papers.
Venus in Capricorn
A Venus in Capricorn is often inspired by rag to rich stories. They know better than any other sign how to portray ambition, social decorum, tradition, and the conflict between natural instincts and social structures.
They generally have a strong sense of composition and structure and they naturally inclined to traditional art forms – especially classical music – that passed the test of time.
Did those descriptions helped you better understand what inspires your Venus? Did you recognize yourself?
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