When you have Saturn in the 2nd House, you and money are going to be getting real at some point. Get it over with stylishly with this helpful advice. The following appeal for help prompted it.
You always emanate a high-vibe, self-sustaining, spiritual woman of higher consciousness vibration.
I have a heavy Saturn in the 2nd house vibe in my chart. But I’ve spent most of my life avoiding eye contact with him (as I would some rando standing too close to me in line at the supermarket, like STEP BACK, SIR. Lol.)
Well, a lot of that is changing. It’s the last call for my new bud Saturn and me, and we’re working it out (?). For me, this is a lot of root chakra healing and getting real about money. Emerging from a long-time haze can feel pretty grim and scary.
Sometimes I don’t know how I’ll ever get it together/get out of debt/get thriving the way I know I can.
I want to saturate myself with helpful input on this topic and just deep dive while I work the nitty gritty finance stuff out.
Any especially life-changing books or people on this topic? Any especially good upcoming astro for a babe ready to get free and into a Nine of Pentacles energy?
Saturn In The 2nd House Is The Get Rich Slow Position
Thank you. This is immense validation. And okay, i love being people’s Saturn Muse. This is the Saturn in the 2nd House delineation from my Astral DNA report, below.
Saturn in The Second House
Saturn here has a strange money history. They had unusual experiences early on in life that somehow taught them $$$ lessons most people never even approach, let alone learn so thoroughly. Saturn in the 2nd House can be psycho-generous or make foolish decisions with money, not out of naivety but from an unconscious feeling that they automatically owe people something. Or that they have to buy friendship. It is the opposite of thinking the “world owes them a living.” Once past their first Saturn Return, they will often become steadily more money-savvy. This one-time specter of poverty or financially-induced hideous compromise is turned into shining prosperity. Still, they will always be incredibly touchy if accused of theft or not offering value for money.
And for you, with your new-found determination to work this, some suggestions. These apply to anyone wanting to blast some Saturn grit at slack money thinking/habits. Or, if you have a Saturn transit in the 2nd House.
* The oldest Saturn truism of all – Saturn loves a plan. Don’t set an intention or affirm your prosperity. Sit down and number crunch. If, for example, the goal is to be debt-free or to hammer down one particular debt, how much $ will you throw at it a week? Could it be more? You track and scheme like mad until you feel the quiet chrome thrill of knowing every single bit of your data.
* Best Saturn Reading – Marcus Aurelius – Meditations. He was a great Emperor of Rome, whose notes on staying stoic, relevant and poised while under pressure or in command are timeless. “Concentrate every minute like a Roman, on doing what’s in front of you with precise and genuine seriousness, tenderly, willingly, with justice. And on freeing yourself from all other distractions. Yes, you can— if you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in your life, and stop being aimless, stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you, stop being hypocritical, self-centered, irritable.”
* Jupiter is traditionally associated with money but in The Chaos Protocols, Gordon White turned me on to the idea that Jupiter is more the deity of Kings & Queens – the planet for the one percent if you like. If you are not in that category, MERCURY is more your go-to God/ideal. The words mercantile and merchant come from Mercury. He is the God of coins and commerce. However, the very word money comes from the Roman Prosperity Goddess Moneta. So if you are doing anything witchy, along with the savage budget protocol and all, think on these.
* A broadly good Pluto in Capricorn Book – Anti-Fragile. It is dense and at times pretentious but is one of the best books for the new era now upon us. It’s not self-help. It is a philosophy.
* I’m not sure about root chakra healing, but i think it has to do with basic needs, so you start by getting canny about cash. Reset to minimalism – especially for the stuff you are not passionate about. Research your purchases and (this is basic house witchery) keep an immaculate home. I know this is debatable and that there can be a creative angle to mess. But a clean smelling, sanctuary-vibing, clutter-free abode invites and supports wealth qi. It says you value yourself and your surroundings.
* Find the one charity that you feel aligned with and make a regular small payment to it – you can always raise it as you earn more or contribute time if that is better for you. But this way you don’t feel overwhelmed by all the crap in the world that you can’t fix. You’ve chosen your cause, and you’re supporting it.
* Health & Education spends are generally speaking a lot better than spending on things or ephemeral experiences.
* Saturn in the 2nd House is also an attitude game. It’s a placement that can inspire dour self-image. Try my Jupiter Money Meditation for an attitude reboot. People report magical effects off it!
What does everyone else think?