So, at first, it could be said that the compatibility of Taurus and Aquarius very high is not. These two signs have different ways of seeing the world, life, and people. Aquarius is a potential revolutionary, flamboyant and eccentric. He has no problem telling those around him what feels right or wrong to them, even if it causes a stir. However, Taurus is much calmer, is nothing eccentric, and likes life from the goal of calm, without too much hustle and bustle.
Aquarius leads a different life, he needs to try everything before he stabilizes or settles for something. They have an innovative spirit and it is difficult for anyone to stop it. He can’t stand living under any routine, no matter how little. He is able to break with everything at once, to start from scratch anywhere, able to touch heaven and hell and rebuild. Taurus is also capable of all that, but it is not as “calm” as Aquarius when all that happens. In fact, living like this, without knowing what will happen tomorrow, creates a lot of anguish and stress.
Taurus can have a hard time adapting to the Aquarius way of life.
He admires him a lot but also seems too independent and little involved in relationships. The Bull may feel inferior on some occasions and believe that Aquarius will not be there when he needs it most. And yes, Aquarius is cold but not insensitive. Taurus needs more security and signs of affection and affection. And Aquarius gives the impression that often, you have to ask for them.
Aquarius is nonconformist and Taurus is perhaps more comfortable in some respects. In short, it is a relationship that does not occur much as a couple but as a friendship. If both learn to understand the workings of each other’s lives, without imposing their own, it can work. A point in favor of Taurus and Aquarius compatibility is that both seek peace and tranquility. And even if they don’t quite understand each other and are so different, the two want to be well and will look for a way to do it. Dramas, better away. They don’t go with them. They will have to do a lot of their part to make everything work, and they will have to eliminate those barriers that separate them.