Nine Vital Truths & Tips For A Saturn Transit

Saturn Transit tips to see you whizzing through your Saturn Return – or any other Saturn Return in fantastic style, learning timely lessons as you thrive.

Here are my hard-earned (Because this is Saturn) Nine Vital Truths & Tips For A Saturn Transit.

(1) Embrace the Suck. No matter how much we try to oomph it up and get off on the stoic splendor of a “hard” Saturn transit – Saturn Return, Saturn square Sun, Moon, Ascendant, Mercury, Venus or Mars are the most intense – there is an aspect of it that will suck.  See Henry Miller Hated Saturn’s Guts for a particularly erudite take on Saturn transits. There are definitely rewards from a well-worked Saturn transit but they are not fun, as such.

(2) Activities that work really well with Saturn transits? The getting of wisdom and maturity via professional, official ways. Study. Fat and Debt Reduction. Giving up things or people that are bad for you. Sleep hygiene. Anything on the body alignment/mobility/bone strengthening spectrum. Whatever can be tracked and measured.

(3) Seven-year cycles really are super relevant when it comes to Saturn. For an “aha moment” of epic proportions, run your life back in seven-year increments from the time of your Saturn transit exact. Look beyond the difference of location or situation for the similarities of vibe or emotion.

Saturn Transit Tips Redux: It’s A School And The Fees Are Expensive But Worth It

(4) With Saturn transits, you are always being schooled.  The sooner you can crystallize the core lesson (eg: Self Esteem or Not Subduing your powers or an auto-martyr setting) the better it goes. Even if it feels corny, find that core lesson and turn it into a mantra or affirmation for your Saturn transit. Keep coming back to it.

(5)  Saturn trines and sextiles are easier than Saturn square, opposition, and conjunction transits. With the ‘softer’ transits, you feel inspired to mature or evolve. With the squares and so on,  it often feels forced upon you. But the results are the same – more wisdom, security, and maturity.

(6) With every Saturn transit there is always a low, a valley of despond where you tote up your defeats, assess choices that now seem sub-optimal, guilt yourself and generally feel like you have put on a wet blanket. It really does evoke the medieval Saturn – the “old devil” – of mythology or the Hermit in Tarot, a path only you can trudge and illuminated by nothing but the light of your own lamp.  Liz Greene talks of “the “Initiator” who, for the price of our honesty, offers us greater consciousness, self-understanding, and, eventually, freedom.”  All this is true but there is always a low as part of a Saturn cycle and trying to dazzle or numb it out won’t work. It’s like a valley you have to walk through to get up the mountain on the other side.

(7) When Saturn is at work in your life, you feel time acutely, regardless of your chronological age. You are also more prone to make calculations and estimations of where you “should” be or of time-money ratios. This can be gloom-inducing but in fact, measuring and calculations work brilliantly with Saturn transits and can be quite reassuring. Having a quiet little daily budget, debt repayment or calorie goals may not make you the most fabulous or seductive person in any room but they will be like a religious practice during a Saturn transit.

Saturn Knee And Saturn Neck Are Real

(8) Saturn Knee & Saturn Neck is a thing. For some reason, joints play up during Saturn transits. Knowing this, you get in ahead of the situation by working to strengthen yourself in advance. Identify where you are stuck or where you may need to update your information. Saturn is the Time God and if a part of your life is still operating on outdated info, an outmoded diet or trying to motivate off the sallow ghost of an old resentment, you will run out of steam or feel super stuck.

(9)  Whatever planet or point is being stressed by Saturn is being put under immense pressure to perform at an elite level.  It will not be easy and it will involve gazing upon – most likely with a Saturn square – areas and settings of your life that you really don’t even want to be asked about, let alone examine. But take on the Saturn Challenge with a great attitude and good things result, guaranteed.

 

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JulzMM Member
Julz

Is there any hope for Katakas? Pluto in Capricorn and now Saturn….

Jokerman
Jokerman

The past 10 years have been my worst adult years. My first 20 revisited. My Asc first and Pluto now opp my Sun’s Decan.

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

No. 9 This is the hard part of moving away from Saturn square my Sun. I realise i disagree with myself hours after i write my thoughts or respond to anyone here. Took advice from Kimmy (i think) to write and purge, but it’s only helped a little. There must be a lot of old old self scrambling up like ashes into my conscious brain, and it seems to happen most when i am meditating by doing a bunch of different things towards the great home declutter. Weird because it’s not the hardest part of what i’ve endured over Saturn… Read more »

PlutoMoonMM Member
PlutoMoon

OK so now that Saturn is in Cap I’m officially (my Sun) being squared by Saturn. Yuck. Looks like this will continue through mid-February. Still currently squaring my Pluto in late Virgo too. Sigh. Then I can look forward to a square to my MC (enhanced work production??), a square to my Uranus, and an opposition to my Moon which makes me sad just thinking about it, lol. My daughter just went through a rough patch and all I could do was wait for things to pass: she had Saturn opposing her Moon, squaring her Mercury, Sun, and Venus. It’s… Read more »

sphinxMM Member
sphinx

Ooh, I love this! So plan-action-cappy awesome. I haven’t been too dedicated with my daily planner, but I like these broad brushstrokes. Hey Mystic, very interesting about the black budget stuff you mention in the daily horoscope. Have you watched any of the amazing Catherine Austin-Fitts? https://solari.com/blog/whats-up-with-the-black-budget/ his link is about aliens! Yes, she is all over that. She says that the amount of money being poured into this is in the trillions, that it’s so much money it’s not possible for it to not pop us somewhere. But it’s not. So where? I really like this woman, her story… Read more »

LexieMM Member
Lexie

Today’s Daily Mystic really resonated with me – especially the last bit ‘In fact it, fuq it. Plan a heist. Plan to steal your own life back.’ I planned to do exactly that in the small hours this morning. With my boyfriend having recently moved interstate and me feeling a little jaded, but also kindof like ‘where’s the next one then?’, I made the – probably rather Saturnine – decision to just do me, be my own boy/girlfriend next year; I planned to ‘steal my life back’. Yes, Saturn has just crossed my Ascendant for the umpteenth time and is… Read more »

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

It really truly was the Grey Hair Transit. The witch lock of white to the right of centre got to stand out like never before, as going long for the first time ever (saves money, folks, and time 🙂 – no real reason beyond that) happened during this transit.

If only i had felt as glam as Morticia! I received plenty of compliments about my white hair as striking against my young face, but i certainly didn’t look in the mirror and feel or see anything but tired. Like tired of myself and of my life.

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

That does sound awfully miserable, doesn’t it?

At present I’m just letting go, and feeling out the space, taking mini steps of clearing and organising, and resting and thinking/drifting just a little.

Have my eyes on a prize: Me. I’ll recover energies and freshness for that. I had a Saturnian Plan to get busy on clearing and starting a new regime straight away, but bod has picked up a little bug, so natal Saturn in Taurus is counselling little steps and thoughtful ones, with mini rest breaks.

How nice to have the time and freedom to do just that!

KayMM Member
Kay

Every 7 years counting back from my Saturn Return (official next week!) has been nose to the books grinding away at school. Processing, summing up, and finally advancing to the second onion layer of information. Each time the information has really shaped who I am as a person, though…broadening my worldview, feeding my soul, and strengthening my foundation of core values. I’m finding what I’m actually using to help heal myself is then fed to my patients and has more oomph… possibly that Taurus Moon Trine natal SaturnUranus? The time frame in which all this occurs seems incredibly condensed, though,… Read more »

birdMM Member
bird

Ooh. Saturn square my Sun is EXACT in a couple of hours.

Coming up next is an exact square with my Mercury at 3 degrees Aries, then my moon at 4 degrees Aries.

Loving it. (Ouch…but genuinely LOVING it)

LilithLoveMM Member
LilithLove

Sat in Cap will square my Venus/mars/Eris conj in Aries and my Pluto in libra …. I guess good news is it will also trine my sun, moon, merc and Chiron in Taurus ….. looks fuking nutty – what to expect? Just finished Pluto squaring Venus/mars/Eris conj and on my natal Pluto for the last 2 yrs – what will Saturn do with that aftermath??

LaFemmaMM Member
LaFemma

I’ve got Saturn conjunct my Ascendent in Capricorn, I’ve been working really extra super hard, and yes so many neck issues which is always a weak spot for me brought about by stress and extra work travel. Seven years ago I was pregnant with my son and also working pretty hard, and about to go through my first Saturn return. I got a lot of publicity on some work I did then, and this season I’ve had a lot of high profile work too that does relate back to what I was working on then, that’s something I didn’t put… Read more »

alchemy-saltMM Member
alchemy-salt

This was timely, thanks, Mystic – I’m just coming up to my first Saturn Return, although I’ve been feeling it for most of this year and I’m exhausted already. Might print this out and stick it above my desk/next to my bed/tattoo on my forehead etc,

louiedoom
louiedoom

First time Saturn Return-er here also and I’ve been feeling it since March and I too am exhausted of questioning everything on a daily basis and the weird depression. I also hurt my knee while hiking on Saturday and was like “What the heck? I never get hurt doing this!” So yeah, Saturn Knee indeed.

PiMM Member
Pi

Don’t even know which post I am commenting on but I just wanted to say that trying to understand the deeper, more evolutionary challenges of our closest relationships is fuqing exhausting. I just had another run in with my uranian mother. As I’ve mentioned before she is so uncommunicative about her intentions or sentiments, or actions that I wonder if she has some kind of socio-intellectual issue, where I see only the end point of the thought process and have nfi of how she got there. So I’m confused and annoyed and probably have some kind of argument about wtf.… Read more »

dark starMM Member
dark star

Nah this makes a lot of sense ….a few dark details emerged about my aquadads family – voila why he has all these silent and dramatic freak outs! obviously taken decades to Crack the code(alien life) and I am even kind of similar in personality. It seems to me that you being Watery + mercurial + stoic inner life would be hard for her to figure out what you need from her?

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

Hey there, Pi, i regularly have these hurt moments, too, with AquaMa. Don’t get me wrong, she does work on herself, so I consider us lucky in contrast with years and years in the past, and it’s poignant when i read your moments with yours. There’s no way i could give good counsel, or flip out some self-care advice (though, sweet pampering can be really good when your mind and heart are drawing so much out of your physical reserves). Because, really, this is your Mother, and that’s one of those archetypal relationships that keep figuring in your life, especially… Read more »

LiliMM Member
Lili

My niece is Libra Moon-Uranus- I think she just figures we are all keeping up with the off planet synapse leaps!

Will leave behind unwanted presents- making me wonder if I really forgot to wrap and give them- as she tucks them into a corner.

Rants and judges fallible family but then is incredibly considerate by turn. Her Scorp Sun humanizes the Moon-

LAMM Member
LA

Saturn neck is SO a thing! Also anyone going through Saturn sq moon – I found it VERY depressing… but it did lift! X

MissDeeMM Member
MissDee

I find Saturn “on” or “squared” and times “opposed” to some planets a lot harder then to others.
Saturn opposing my natal MC, then Saturn, then Sun then Mercury (yes it has been quite intense for me Sat in Saggo, being Gemini with Virgo rising) were much more “I have achieved this or that in my life” though it felt quite lonely, whilst Saturn opposing my Moon when it was transiting Scorpio was one of the toughest and most depressing moments of my life ever.

dark starMM Member
dark star

Just completed Saturn sq moon transit (confetti) (last hit of my stellium). It is depressing in that nothing comes easy, austere inner landscape, excess is like a chute in chutes and ladders. Lol casual dating…nope. I know I blab about this often but I do think the key to so much of our psyche is childhood programming so I’m thankful I had this square now to SLOW down and examine things, my patterning and beliefs.

flowerchild
flowerchild

Yep, I had it at the beginning of Saturn in Sag because my Moon is at 7 Pisces. Definitely hit a low with that, August 2016 was the turning point. I have become much less depressed since then and made a lot of changes and have gotten a lot of help, various kinds of therapy. In a much, much better space now!

InvictaMM Member
Invicta

Yes!
Yes!
Yes!
Ah woman

birdMM Member
bird

Ditto!

CentaurusMM Member
Centaurus

Perfect reminder and perfectly timed x

CentaurusMM Member
Centaurus

Oh.. and that artwork just seems to fit so well, it’s fascinating.. and all the rings.. the hair and the outer rings just like you know who 🙂

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

omg she really is …you know who!!

Mystic probably meant that, but i only just saw it! Even though it’s been in the mirror for an age 😀

CentaurusMM Member
Centaurus

Indeed!! And I suspect it was intentional.

What is interesting about Cap and Saturn is the yang-ness of the whole vibe in descriptions yet Capricorn is Yin and as soon as I saw that I knew who she was… it sort of made more sense to me as even the conditioning parent is mostly a mother or maternal figure. Something for a hack maybe.. the seagoat is more mysterious then it is sometimes described.

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

I only ever saw that side of SeaGoats, so the astro depictions, while they ring true as heck, make me smile. Mostly because their SeaFoam bubbling about is almost more poignant knowing their hard core. I don’t really know why i see that side, as i’ve got that hard edge Mars there, but maybe it’s just that, the hard edge finding a place to play where your hard edge is not shunted aside. I’m pretty sure my own Mars square playful 5th house sun merc chiron is an easy draw, if you can call a Cap an easy draw. My… Read more »

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

Oh yeah, with the Neptune Jupiter Moon trine Merc Chiron, and also that conjunct in Sag square Sun which also squares Merc-Chiron. Capricorn no doubt likes a self-doubting hard edge to the play of 5th and 12th on the rise…and trusts a good dose of my Pluto Virgo overshadowing/opposing Sun, and Saturn in Tau 6th for benefit. Pan/Satyr can really come out to play with me! (Forgot where my Dionysius is, but it’s somewhere high and louche, as far as i recall.) if you ain’t got structure to your biz, you ain’t got depth to your play. (Work hard, play… Read more »

CentaurusMM Member
Centaurus

Hard core when they have to be but I think mostly hard on themselves and have a steely resolve that assures endurance and survival as a minimum perhaps.

Am Mars/Moon/Venus Cap and Pluto tr.applying to Venus. Mars Cap has an edge for sure…

I tried to picture your aspects.. but my brain is not being of service tonight so the images flowed mostly random and fluid and out of that I imagined Neptune Jupiter in some kind of expansive dance and your Mercury on hyperdrive right now so is anything aspecting?

Wire monkey hehe… I laughed out loud there!

AstroGeekMM Member
AstroGeek

The knee and neck thing is so spot on. This past week my knee had been so sore. I thought it was just dance class being hard on the bones as I get older … But it just seemed excessive.

Having had major Saturn aspects to my Libra Moon, then Scorp Rising and now Saggo Sun … I gotta say I’m ready. R.E.A.D.Y af to be done in a few days time.

Bring it on for my Mars in Cap. 3rd house Saturn shenanigans have got to be better than 12th, 1st or 2nd!

baristagemMM Member
baristagem

This is really clarifying, thanks MM!!

Natal Virgo Saturn (6th) Sq Gem Sun, Moon & Venus (3rd)

Venusian_LiaisonMM Member
Venusian_Liaison

I will be returning to this for the next 3 years. As I will have Saturn conjoined my South Node, IC & then my moon. A sextile to Mercury and then my Sun. As well as a square to my Mars & then Venus. So. Yeah. Stoic up!

Any thoughts MM on your Saturn/Venus square experience that you can share?

VirgoStellium
VirgoStellium

Hi Mystic. I have Gemini rising and so this Saturn opposition has been tough tough tough. My Sun is in Capricorn though so I’m looking forward to Sat in Cap. A bit nervous though. Any tips?

Jokerman
Jokerman

Love ya mum n dad.

flowerchild
flowerchild

WOW! Thanks so much for this, MM! I’m taking it as a BIG heads up! I’m about to have Saturn transit conjunct Venus in Cap and square natal Saturn in Aries, which also squares my ascendant from the 10th. So transiting Saturn in Cap will aggravate my worst natal aspect, which is Saturn square Venus. Then Saturn will transit through my 7th house… I’m sure this will all be LOADS of FUN!!!! Not! I’ve already cooled off the idea of ever having a relationship and am really getting into being alone, so perhaps I’m ahead of the game? I know… Read more »

Jokerman
Jokerman

“Then Saturn will transit through my 7th house… I’m sure this will all be LOADS of FUN!!!! Not! I’ve already cooled off the idea of ever having a relationship and am really getting into being alone, so perhaps I’m ahead of the game? I know this could bring a more serious or realistic relationship, but not at the rate I’m going….”

The conundrum l face…..It’s not like I’m obsessive or anything.

flowerchild
flowerchild

For me, more and more, I’m realizing I don’t think I really want a relationship. It would have to be ‘just so’ if I were to even entertain one, and that’s highly unlikely to come around. I just went on auto-pilot for awhile there, thinking I needed to do a lot of dating, but I do better on my own, always have. When I remember this, it feels like liberation. Just read something recently about married/unmarried people that the happiest demographic was married men and the next happiest demographic was single women, so relationships and marriage, the way they are… Read more »

GemyogiMM Member
Gemyogi

… and you know what, I think happy single women are probably happier than ‘happily married’ men actually 😀

flowerchild
flowerchild

Ha! I suspect the same! 😉

Jokerman
Jokerman

Could also be that happily married men are probably happier than ‘happily single’ women.

Or put another way happily married / partnered / single ppl are always going to be happier than ‘married’ / ‘partnered’ / ‘single’ ppl regardless of gender.

I think it is being honest in what you feel, and therefore declare, that gives the true indication. Like l could say I’m “happily single”. But l don’t because I’m not.

PiMM Member
Pi

I think you’re missing the point. The study was investigating happiness, as a correlate of marital status and gender. I don’t know if it controlled for income, age, offspring or general gender enlightenment status of the participants.

PiMM Member
Pi

Marriage to me is still a bridge too far. I resent the preferential tax status afforded to married coiples, as though it is somehow superior (presumably it is to encourage procreation, that hotly contested ground for same sex marriage) He would have to be a superfuxkingspecial guy for me to think about it, although at Uranus opposition ish age I’m not really seeing the point.

PiMM Member
Pi

“Coiples” is how Australian rural politicians with egoic leadership aspirations pronounce it. ‘Couples’ to the rest of us

PiMM Member
Pi

Actually now that I think about it, women tend to lose out in the taxation stakes in a marriage as well, on the grounds of statistically lower incomes

GemyogiMM Member
Gemyogi

From what I’ve observed in my 53 years the majority of wives get the rough end of the pineapple. I can see the huge benefits to men though of being married.

Jokerman
Jokerman

14’32” to go. This reads like a balm to all my Dk Mooning these past days. I realised how Saturn was Sq my 1st Decan Virgo Stellium 2.5 years ago. That was compounding my Uran Sq and Nep n Pluto opposition…..that has been …well you know…. Anyways someone said on crypto married thingo, a while back, to take inspiration from ppl you admire. My life has always been a ‘back 2 the wall’ existence (5 T Squares- 4 involving Chiron) . I’ve always admired 3 sports ppl above everyone else. Ian Chappell, who fought the ‘system’, and Steve Waugh and… Read more »

PiMM Member
Pi

Yes. I’m not much of a “model myself on ppl I admire” but lately wondering if such a practice would help me get into New Pi. (Post-Pi?)

Jokerman
Jokerman

You know I’ve only just recalled that Graf and Waugh are Gems; how apt they fought themselves! All 3 are Air.

My Moon-Nep can idolize at times.

PiMM Member
Pi

Takes a lot of energy to make wind blow in one direction and do something more constructive than make a mess of one’s hair and the papers on your desk.

Jokerman
Jokerman

My hair is always a mess and it has been alleged, on a number of occasions, that there is a timber structure under what ppl might consider ‘my’ workload. Others just point to my consistency, given the state of my hair and my paperwork.

saturnplutofluxMM Member
saturnplutoflux

wow that was deep – you’ve just helped me see that every 7 yrs i am abruptly and unceremoniously spat out of an iteration my life that is based on a vision of myself -in-relation-to- (fill in the blank) rather than anything authentic. Gahhh – I thought I’d sorted all this. Sigh. Bring on the next Saturn transit (Venus in mid-Capricorn).

Actually thinking of that – there must be some people with their natal planets sprinkled around the chart resulting in a non stop Saturn transit whether by conjunction, opposition, square or trine… <8-O

Crystallised futureMM Member
Crystallised future

Yeeeeeessssss. Having Saturn, Venus, Chiron, sun and Pisces 8th house opposite Uranus, Pluto and Mars in my 2nd house are an absolute horror couple of years. Pluto and Venus are opposite exact. But in a way I can see the advantage. I have viscous transits and the getting of wisdom is brutal but at least it short. It’s almost an advantage in some ways…..not that this latest Saturn square everything has been fun let me bloody tell you!

LidiaMM Member
Lidia

MM or anyone with more knowledge about this stuff…Are we talking the transit period between now and Wed when Saturn goes into Capricorn??

VirgonatorMM Member
Virgonator

The transit would be the whole time Saturn is in a sign (the whole several years it was in Sag, the several years it will be in Cap) and also the specific days when it makes an exact angle to one of your signs (e.g, Saturn in Sag at 15 degrees square my Virgo Sun at 15 degrees).

LidiaMM Member
Lidia

Thank you 🙂 I have to learn more about specific stuff!!

Virgo EllieMM Member
Virgo Ellie

Yes, Thank you! I am with Lidia. I wish I could grasp it like you all…

dark starMM Member
dark star

I love this so much. Having been under saturnine rays since 2012 every aspect of this rings true. Thanks for offering sympathetic and realistic guidance on this, I wish everyone knew this info during a transit and didn’t just feel like an auto failure. At the holiday party I was at last night I spent awhile talking to an ex flings girl friend. Would this had happened in 2011? Nah I probably would have either auto scorp faced her or done a Pisces inauthentic gush while internally judging. And it was a great and natural convo about Korean baths podcasts… Read more »

milleunanotteMM Member
milleunanotte

I “knew” this kind of stuff from Mystic’s archives and the expressive posters on all different pages… …but one thing Saturn has given me, is the realisation that i thought i knew so much, and it was all theory, or lesser travails of experience. Maybe not lesser, maybe just different transits. It felt like i knew what i would face, but out of my Jupiterian and Neptunian consciousness (as this is the first thing Saturn ground to dust) i have had to actually face it MINUTE BY MINUTE, HOUR BY HOUR. In the daily. Even subconscious stuff come out of… Read more »

dark starMM Member
dark star

Yay Mille 🙂

birdMM Member
bird

Yes. I’ve noticed this too, dark star. That Piscean inauthentic gush was mine once upon a time. These days any lack of integrity feels like sandpaper on my energy field.

ChrysalisMM Member
Chrysalis

Totes for me too…I used to boast about my ‘skill’ in being able to be anyone at a party, or anywhere else for that matter (Merc conj sun in 7th trine Neptune).
Now I protect my energy like it’s a child and I’m Sigourney Weaver in a space suit.

PiMM Member
Pi

Saturn is the stick. Jupiter is the carrot.

PiMM Member
Pi

And based on a hectically managed 6th house transit now ended, a difficult Saturn transit, while sometimes unavoidable due to inner-reasons (depression, anxiety, massive life changes that you can’t “administrate” e.g. new baby, death of a loved one, relationship breakdown etc) can all still be defined as ‘work’ in their own way.

PiMM Member
Pi

Although (getting o/t) death admin is a thing, and saturnian types can do it even if it feels like pouring acid on heart paper cuts you just fuqing do it and deal with the pain later.

quintileMM Member
quintile

So true Pi – its exactly my Saturn return tonight in my 10th – yet I’m actually on leave as my dad is passing away, and am doing weird, creative nesting things between bedside vigils – I colour coded his library for instance. Today and yesterday my ‘work’ has been about balancing and processing, ultimately, and finding my own joy in small creative things.

ChrysalisMM Member
Chrysalis

Oh no…sorry to hear this, q. Sounds like you are finding solace in the midst of it. Take good care xxx

Jokerman
Jokerman

Sheesh…that is some Saturn in Cap stuff. Thoughts to you.

moongoatMM Member
moongoat

So very real…and a daughter working away at a colour coded library for her dad is such a beautiful aspect. Memories live on in books. Sending you love and my best wishes x

birdMM Member
bird

Ohhh…quintile. My heart is heavy for you. Your dad is lucky to have his daughter with him during his transition. I’m glad for you that you’re there. I hope it’s gentle, peaceful and powerful. Heartfelt love and best wishes to you, your dad, and all of your loved ones. xxx

Lux Interior Is My Co-PilotMM Member
Lux Interior Is My Co-Pilot

Wow….this is all so bang-on.

It’s heading for my social sector. Kinda nervous but really glad it’s GTFO my moon.

Ariel
Ariel

Best article about Saturn I’ve read? I think so. Hats off, Mystic. My Saturn return is just finishing & it’s now moving into an opposition with my natal Mars. I am inwardly sighing over this, but still. i’ll try to grit my teeth & see it as a test. Any recommendations for dating calculations? I have the sense I’ll need to either maintain boundaries or standards & not give in to certain wishes I might have for recreational fun… I think there has been a core lesson, & no, it hasn’t been very fun, but I assume, as long as… Read more »

LiliMM Member
Lili

Yes. Spreadsheets, IT records, analog vs virtual. Cycles in relationships.

I hit 7 year mark chez work- loads of stock taking.

I would add- relieve yourself of feeling special now, or Saturn does that for you. Conversely, Saturn gives oomph when you doubt yourself.

Would not have survived without you, lovely Mystic.

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