As our zodiac signs experience Saturn retrograde on May 11, we are beginning to understand that the biggest changes we can experience in our lives always start with the smallest of steps. And with Saturn in Aquarius during this transit, we can expect a strong impact.
Saturn is a planet known as the father of the zodiac, the master of borders, time and karma. Most importantly, Saturn also represents the lesson that we must learn to move in and consciously choose our destiny.
In astrology, Saturn is known as one of the big hitters of the zodiac because its power and effect on our lives are extremely powerful and far-reaching.
But because this planet is known as the father of the zodiac, the lessons we learn from his hand are not always easy and often return to our own parental influence that we had when we were children.
This retrograde will particularly affect those who were born with their Saturn in Aquarius or Capricorn; however, it will affect us all – it just depends on the areas in which we need to develop and the areas we are trying to avoid.
This planet normally changes signs every three to four years, and with it the foundations of our lives are developed, as well as the sense of divine timing. At the end of March, this planet moved to Aquarius for the first time in over 30 years, which means that we see this transit for the first time as adults, or, at all less, as adults who can get the most out of it. change of energy.
In Capricorn, this planet was very anxious to pursue the structures that were already in place, whether in our personal lives or even on a global scale.
As hardworking as Capricorn, it is also a sign that will continue to work, even if it is do not job. This means that as we approach the transition from this planet to Aquarius, we feel exhausted from trying so hard, working so hard, and seemingly as if we are spending too much time doing what we are supposed to be doing rather than what we wanted.
Retrograde Saturn is the moment when we are going to collect the lessons that its past transition in Capricorn was to teach us.
As it begins this retrograde in Aquarius, Saturn will return to Capricorn in July 2020 as part of its phase, until it completely leaves this sign in December and officially moves into Aquarius until 2023. The retrograde period The official opening will last from May 11 to September 29. , which means that we will have about two months of Saturn directly in Capricorn to tie all the ends, make final decisions and be ready to leave behind all the existing structures of our life that we have passed.
Although the July to September part of the retrograde is important, because back in Capricorn, we will become clear on what to cut from our life and what must remain, the most important aspect will be the May phase. July in which we get a glimpse of what will be the reign of Saturn in Aquarius.
In Aquarius, an air sign that is best known for being independent, innovative, free-spirited and rebellious, Saturn works in an intuitive divine way. It’s not just walking on the mountain like in Capricorn; instead, he will stop and ask himself: why are we climbing this mountain? Is it even a mountain that we want to climb? Are there any others I should focus on?
Saturn in Aquarius becomes more about the journey of self than that of responsibility.
Saturn is not afraid to ask why and change plans, minds and even beliefs. It’s not just exactly what we all need, it’s really about going from top to bottom.
With Saturn moving from an earthly sign to an aerial sign, we can expect to feel more excited by possibilities than we have ever considered; life will seem to open up, but with it we will also see existing structures, relationships and foundations crumble.
During this time, we must remember that there is no “new” unless the old can fall, so even if it can be difficult, we must ask ourselves: is it something or something? one i want to bring in my future?
During Saturn retrograde in Aquarius, due to the influence of this planet on karma and divine timing, we have seen many of these important partnerships come together.
These divine partnerships can take many names, but they all boil down to being part of the purpose of our soul in this life. So no matter how far we have come to this point, due to the global influence of these partnerships, we will see more of them coming together in the summer months than ever before.
However, there is a caveat. While these partnerships can come together, there will also be a return to Capricorn phase when we need to make sure that we have learned the lessons necessary to move forward together.
Whether we call it a test or just make sure to wrap it up, or even consciously end certain phases or cycles of our lives, there will be a period of time towards the end of the retrograde to make sure that we do what we are meant to do.
While this transit strongly promotes these divine partnerships, it also relates to how our lives are supposed to change and open up.
There is no doubt that this planet that governs the foundations of our lives and our borders is taking these great steps while the pandemic is in place. Although difficult for many, it is still part of making a difference so radically that there is nothing normal to return to.
This is the lesson of Saturn: there is no normal return for any of us – whether romantically, career or even life path. Because what we had didn’t work.
Now is the time to open up, to look around, to be honest with ourselves about where we ignore change and to make a decision. It is the decision not to continue because we are supposed to, but to surrender to what is, hoping that even if some things have to fall apart for the new to develop, what is supposed to remain the will always remain.
Kate Rose is an artist, writer, passionate yogi, spiritual astrologer, relationship and life coach, and motivational speaker. As a spiritual intuitive, she practices the religion of astrology and love. For more of his work, visit his website.