Similarly with experiments, we often have some possible result or hypothesis in mind. But we are also open to the possibility that something unexpected could happen. Many great discoveries in science occurred as unexpected results from experiments.
So how will you approach the intense times we have recently launched into? Since this is a knitting blog, I might apply this to knitting and ask: what is something new you could try with knitting? I’m a big fan of using the tools to help take some of the process out of your head so you can actually focus on the mechanics of knitting. Maybe you should try using a row counter if you haven’t before. Or if you already do, maybe it’s time to try a different kind! Did you know they make apps for that!? It might be more your style. The other nice thing about experiments, is failure seems less bad. Since failure of an experiment really just means you got an unexpected outcome - not that you failed as a human. In fact, sometimes the unexpected outcome of the experiment is even more exciting and brings even more joy to the situation than the initial thesis! Surprises can be fun, right!? Ok, well ... maybe the stubborn Taurus isn’t quite excited enough for surprises. But at a minimum, it can teach us more about ourselves and how we best interact with our world. And perhaps in that exploration (Uranus) of values (Taurus), we can find a little peace.