Ideal Earth and water. The chemistry sounds perfect, doesn’t it? Water nourishes earth and earth holds and contains water. However, every sign has a polar opposite—Aries/Libra, Taurus/Scorpio, Gemini/Sagittarius and so on around the zodiac. This means that you and Scorpio occupy the same axis, are compatible in terms of elements, and share the same fixed sign modality. You are opposites, mirror images of each other. You’re a cultivator, Taurus, and Scorpio is an investigator. You perceive the world through a lens of practicality; Scorpio perceives every-thing through emotions and intuition. When this combination works, it does so because you and Scorpio balance each other. One possesses traits that the other doesn't.
While Scorpio is investigating, researching and probing into life's mysteries, you should be doing what you do best—cultivating your resources, pursuing your dreams and enjoying the beauty that surrounds you. It's risky to make Scorpio the center of your world. You can't cultivate this sign, but you can enrich and expand Scorpio's life in ways that benefit both of you.
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excel at world ng with your hands—gardening, woodworking, sculpting—and your eye for beauty is unequaled in the zodiac. Music often transports you into ethereal realms. Scorpio admires all of this about you.
But don't expect him to take yoga just because you love all those pretzel poses. Don't expect him to join your kickball team. His preference may be for more solitary activities—jogging, long walks in nature and pursuits that free his mind so that his emotions and intuition flow freely.
You often keep your emotions private. But if Scorpio asks you what's wrong, don't shrug it off. Verbalize what you feel. Once you start doing this, Scorpio is likely to reciprocate. This way, you won't experience any of those "bull rushes" when everything you've wanted to say and the accretion of petty annoyances sud-