Stoner Taurus you may feel like cosmic influence has been blowing you around, aimlessly, without your consent, and out of your control. But remember, it is not the height of the giant sycamores that keep them strong against the wind, it is their roots. Spring has officially arrived! You need to focus on nurturing your roots, letting them grow wide and deep. This will be your only defense during a period of likely tumultuous transition. Find your center stoner Taurus, and do what is needed to stay there. Find a kushy, calming strain early in the month, and fire it up often. This will be especially helpful during the ides of March. Although there is nothing to beware, simply keep all eyes open and be aware.
This month is not the time to take great risks in the workplace. Do your work and do it well, but it’s better to be diligently working for that paycheck than taking the long shot on winning the lottery. Success on the job will be contingent upon coordination and collaboration with coworkers; although this may be easier said than done. Communication will be necessary, but potentially complicated at times. Don’t rely on second hand information! If there is something that needs to be said, make sure all pertaining parties are present. This will avoid discrepancies of what is said and what was meant. If you start out this open dialogue early in the month, your team will be able to avoid wasting time bickering, and spend more time backing each other up.
While it will be a group effort to keep the conversation going in the workplace, it will fall on you stoner Taurus to reach out to your closest cannabis companions. Take a leadership role organizing the smoke circle and sparking up joints and conversations at home. In particular, keep the third eye vision in tune. Look out for those who might be missing from the smoke circle. Members of the canna-crew might not be inclined to speak up when they are down, so you must reach out with a shared bowl and open heart. You don’t have to solve problems stoner Taurus. Sometimes all you need is a little green, a packed piece, and a partner-in-chronic to share it with. Do this as often as time permits, and everyone involved will find themselves more grounded and ready to branch out to greater heights during the approaching Summer months.