Competing is a natural human impulse that is learned very early in life. Siblings compete for the attention of nurturing parent figures during early development times. If one sibling is more successful in competing for his attachment needs – there is a good chance he will continue the same competitive behaviour later in life. The different signs of the Zodiac can reveal unique drives for competitive behaviour.
Toddlers who have good amounts of success when competing with other siblings – develop wining formulas that seem to make them special by comparison. In most cases the means for maintaining high stroke levels can be a “no holes barred”affair.
The Taurus person can be described by having either the Sun, Moon or ascendant in the sign of Taurus.
Taurus the Bull have stubborn natures and will only compete when there is something of value at stake. Competitive behaviours can develop around food and resources for Taurus. Two Bulls will compete fiercely when females are involved. The winning formula for the Bull is his money and charm. He is also dependable and practical compared to others. The Bull can eventually move on to greener pastures when the value for the object of his competitiveness becomes worth-less. Taurus may never release his “ownership” in the object and according to the Bull “what was mine is always mine”.
Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill
Perhaps Buffalo Bill is pointing out his perceived ownership of something here, however Sitting Bull is quietly thinking to himself – “bull crap”.
The young Taurus toddler learns about his charm early in life. He may appear pleasant or be handsome. When his behaviours seem to attract strokes from others he tends to repeats them – hoping for similar success. The Taurus toddler soon learns the benefit of what works for him and what doesn’t seem to work for his siblings. There is a great deal of trial and error involved in this process for any child however the Taurus toddler seems to develop tangible and practical expressions . Practical or sensible displays are admired by parents which in turn increase attachments for Taurus. Having greater potential to compete with siblings is like money in the bank for Taurus. Other siblings may dislike the way the Taurus toddler develops his or her specialness.
Some behaviours help reinforce others attachments to mother
The Taurus child develops a meticulous approach to his or her special toys and dolls. He may show an interest in preserving and protecting these objects. The Taurus infant isn’t keen on sharing his toys and special objects though. He may initially become teary or ‘sooky’ when others show little respect for his values. Further attempts by siblings to devalue the Taurus will result in stubborn behaviours. The Taurus digs in and cries a lot – he relies on his special physical closeness to his mother for help. The Taurus has a sensitive and stubborn nature. Most often all it takes to comfort a distraught Taurus infant is soothing touch.
Gemini infants are adaptive and changeable whereas Taurus are tactile and routine.
One might say that all young children are “vocal or physical” – they all cry a lot and don’t like sharing. The different temperaments each Zodiac Sign seems to imply is often the basis to a child developing competitive behaviours. Each child will develop their best “fitting” skill or potential to attract recognition from parents.
Two Bulls are perhaps double the trouble and in the end one bull is more stubborn – the other “heads to greener pastures” where he can establish his own family and unique values.