Written by Lauren Howard Coleman
Be sure to check your Rising Sign as well as your Sun Sign, and if you know which house Saturn will be stationing in at 0º of Pisces, check that as well:
(12th House) When Saturn is in Pisces/12th House you are receiving a lot of lessons about the necessity of letting go. This can be a thing, a person, but also an idea or concept of who you always thought you were. But now it becomes apparent that what may have been important in the past, is no longer relevant for the person you are now. As a result of this realization we can even feel as if we have lost our bearings. It can even feel like a loss. A loss of self. A loss of what you had previously relied on. As well as a loss of control over the outcomes of your life and destiny. This can indeed by disorienting. However, whatever changes that are occurring in your life now, are merely about tying up the loose ends of a life that was, in order to make room, and prepare for something even better to come in. It may not seem like it at the time. but when Saturn enters Aries in a few years, it will all begin to come into focus and make sense. In the mean time, this period before that, is asking you to reflect, and also look within. For the more connected you are with that inner self, the more on point you will be. For even as some things are fading, other things are already wanting to take root. Therefore, in the mean time it is most helpful to simply pay attention to this profound process letting go and having faith that you will be brought precisely where you need to be when all is said and done.
(11th House) For Taurus, Saturn transiting the sign of Pisces is something of a transition period. You’ve probably made some achievements and reached certain milestones in your life, and at this point you are asking yourself: Where am I going to go from here? What is next on the agenda? But perhaps some of what you have been working on during the retrograde phase of Saturn was more about what is no longer valid and/or sustainable for who you are now, and what more you wish to achieve. Saturn does often help us to set better limits when it is in its retrograde phase. Unfortunately, it could also feel as if we are a bit stuck, and unable to see our way forward. But now that the retrograde phase of Saturn is ending this weekend, it will gradually feel as if the forward momentum of your life is better able to proceed. But as it does so, it could feel as if you are leaving some remnants of a former life behind. Much of this is because you have been in the process of reassessing your hopes and wishes for the future. You have been doing a great deal of growing and evolving over the past several years. And what may have been appropriate for you in the past, may no longer be so. And this will be all the more obvious, now that Saturn will be out of its retrograde phase. On Wednesday, your ruling planet Venus will enter Libra, reminding you of the benefits of leading a more balanced life and lifestyle. Ask yourself: What am I needing more of in order to achieve greater balance and harmony in my life?
(10th House) Saturn stations at the very top of your solar or natal chart this weekend. During the years that Saturn is in Pisces/10th House it could feel as if a great deal is being expected of you, or that a lot is resting on your shoulders. And during the 4 and a half months that Saturn was in its retrograde phase you’ve also been learning specific qualities, Saturn qualities, that will prove to be quite useful over the next few years. Attributes such as: Patience, Organization, Self-reliance, and Self-Confidence. Attributes that contribute to developing certain leadership skills, and honing your reputation in the world. And it is not unusual when Saturn is in this sector of your Solar or natal chart, that you find yourself working really hard to make some sort of mark in your career, or fulfill certain goals. And now that Saturn is stationing direct, you might just see some sort of results or justification for all this hard work. And even if at first it may seem a daunting thing to try and make your mark in the world. Do not give up, if at first you do not succeed. Your role as a leader is being honed and polished. And it’s up to you to adjust to that role, willingly shouldering whatever expectations and responsibilities that come, in order to show the world what you are capable of achieving, and what you have to offer.
(9th House) We have made it through eclipse season, and many a Cancer will be looking back over the previous weeks with a sense of awe, but also within the context of trying to arrive at some sort of objective understanding. You ask yourself: What Have I Learned? It is also not unusual when Saturn is in Pisces/9th House that you fall back on the ideas that you hold, and your beliefs, trying to understand where you fit in. It may even be that you find some of your ideas being challenged for validity. And this would be especially so during the stations of Saturn in this sign and department of your life. You may even find yourself caught up in debates, if not with others, then within your own mind. But also know, that is an idea or belief is sound, and it is right for you, then it should be able to stand up against even the most rigorous of arguments. And, it does another thing. It compels you to become more informed: to learn more, to be better prepared to state your case, to be prepared for the future. Regardless of whether or not you are preparing for something specific, you are coming to terms with who you are and how you fit into the general scheme of things, and how you want to be seen. Know also, that your understanding of yourself, what you are or are not willing to stand for, what you do or do not believe in, will be quite useful to you when Saturn enters Aries in a few years.
(8th House) For the years that Saturn is in Pisces, Leo learns some deep lessons about letting go of the need to control the outcomes of situations. For one thing, during the retrograde phases of Saturn in the 8th House/Pisces, lines are drawn, and things can sometimes change, often beyond our own control. But these same changes and experiences can also open you up to higher states of awareness and understanding. And often when things seem their most difficult with Saturn in this sign, is also when you suddenly find your footing and place in the world. Perhaps during the retrograde phase of Saturn which began in June, you gave yourself permission to say No More, or set better limits. It is not unusual for endings to even occur in our lives when Saturn is retrograde and in this sector of your chart. But perhaps now that Saturn is stationing direct, you will soon become aware of the benefits of having set certain limits, or letting go of something that once was. Saturn here can bring a sense of enlightened self-sufficiency, which can include having to cut your losses, in order to create a more sustainable plan for the foreseeable future. The skills that you develop towards this cause can prove to be a valuable asset for the next 5 years. Which is precisely what Saturn aims to do now that it is direct. Within the next few months it will soon be time to create a realistic and achievable plan for the future.
(7th House) Now that Saturn will be direct again, you will be once again reevaluating all of the relationships in your life. Those who make it through the initial testing phase will be allowed to enter the inner sanctum of your life. But others may find themselves standing on the other side of the moat, waiting for the drawbridge to come down. When Saturn is in Pisces, you will be learning a lot about relationships and relating. But you are also learning a lot about the value of solitude. For in solitude you learn to relay on yourself. You become the decision maker and the master of ceremonies, not having to rely on others. Unfortunately, others may be busy with other things any way. But this idea of self-sufficiency: how well I can stand on my own two feet; how well I can take care of business on my own; becomes that much more important when Saturn is in the 7th House/Pisces. But there is more to this. For in solitude you learn to find yourself. And in finding yourself, you also find your true mission in life. Be prepared for some unexpected changes in plans over the weekend. Changing things up, might actually be a good idea. Keep an open mind and remain flexible. It could prove to be illuminating.
(6th House) Saturn stations this weekend in the sign of Pisces, a sign that Libra associates with work skills as well as living skills. And during the past 4 and a half months that Saturn was in its retrograde phase, you have hopefully been internalizing some of the qualities of Saturn that might help you to improve your life, as well as everyday practical skills. Saturn’s primary focus over the next few years will primarily be about self-improvement. And whatever Saturnian qualities that you’ve been internalizing these past 4 months, such as patience, self-discipline, focus, organization; will make you aware of the benefits of doing so. It can also be that now that Saturn will be out of its retrograde phase, that you will be able to move forward with certain plans, either in your work, or that will support your health and well-being. This can be an opportunity to work on, and/or perfect certain skills; become more efficient and competent at what you do; improve your health through positive lifestyle changes; and adopting a more rational and realistic approach to those daily activities that maintain your health and well-being. That can be as simple as creating more balance between your personal needs and your obligations to others. And now that Venus will be returning home to its own sign of Libra on Wednesday the 8th, she will help to facilitate that process.
(5th House) Having morose Saturn transiting the 5th House may seem to be counter-intuitive and counter-productive. Yet curiously it can have quite the opposite effect when the planet that has to do with not having fun is in the house (or sign) where we normally have fun. For the 4 and a half months that Saturn has been retrograde, it has been helping you to create better boundaries. And now that Saturn is poised to station direct this weekend, you will see some of the benefits and/or ramifications of doing so. One of the things that could become apparent, is that when you are willing to set boundaries with others, it is not only for your sake, but for theirs as well. And another way to have used the retrograde phase of Saturn was to cultivate the self-discipline, patience and concentration that is required in order to create something truly worthwhile and special. There is a certain pride that comes from a job well done when Saturn is in Pisces, and now that Saturn will appear direct again, you can put much of what you have been learning into some sort of practical application. In the mean time, do also strap on your seat belt. As the week progresses you could also find the energy escalating. Be prepared for a few twists and turns, as your ruling planet Mars, now strong in its own sign of Scorpio, is approaching its opposition to unpredictable Uranus. This is great weather if you want to create changes, and are ready for them. But also be prepared for some unexpected changes that are beyond your control, as we approach the New Moon on the 13th.
(4th House) For the 4 and a half months that Saturn has been retrograde, many a Sagittarius has been doing a great deal of soul searching. Saturn being in Pisces is something of a transition, in which you will feel compelled to position yourself in the world. And knowing where that will be, and how you wish to establish yourself going forward, will be key for many years to come. For the past 10 years, you’ve been coming to know yourself, who you are, what you want from your life, and where you see yourself going. You know a lot about yourself. And now you are focused on shoring up the foundations of your life. And where you are going to be situated is important, because Saturn transiting Pisces, and/or your 4th house, is about creating a strong foundation from which to grow. It is also when we are brought out into the world to meet it on its terms. And within this context, and especially now that Saturn is stationing direct this weekend, you become much more aware of the necessity for having a safe and secure home, having a supportive community you can rely on, gathering your tribe and/or family, and finding that place where you can grow roots. The sort of roots that you know you can depend on.
(3rd House) Your ruling planet, Saturn, wants us to grow. And no one is more attuned with that than Capricorn. And Saturn’s lessons for Capricorn when it is in Pisces are about looking at the world, and seeing things exactly as they are, without pretense or denial. It can sometimes be, when you don’t have all the answers, to want to fill in the spaces with your own narrative. But there is no room for any of that when Saturn is in Pisces and the 3rd house. And this will be more obvious now that Saturn is poised for its direct station this weekend. The reason that this is important right now is that when you are willing to look at your life and its circumstances from a more rational and objective viewpoint, it allows you to make more grown up, practical and mature decisions moving forward. Taking this more objective and reality-based perspective will greatly benefit you over the next 7 years. This is also when you are inclined to want to make yourself more informed. The skills developed while Saturn is in Pisces, and the knowledge gained will help to bring you on track with your true destiny.
(2nd House) Oftentimes there can be troubles with money, finances and self-worth when Saturn is in this department of your chart. And when it stations retrograde, as it did in June, it could even feel as if agreements and promises were being withdrawn or delayed, or kicked down the road. But ultimately Saturn wants you to shore up these areas, give them greater ballast, increase your self-confidence and bring your financial situation greater stability and dependability. During the retrograde phase, Saturn was trying to teach you about the value of making the sorts of practical decisions that will help to support you for years to come. The whole deal about your ruling planet traveling here is about finding the tools that will eventually make you more financially stable and self-sufficient, and not having to depend on others. In whatever little ways possible, it is important for you to be in control over your own finances, investing in those things that will bring you the most benefit in the long run. By the end of the year, you will be in a better position to be able to create a plan. A plan that has ballast, and will allow you to be able to implement whatever plans you had been marinating and orchestrating these past few years, in a sustainable, affordable and worthwhile way.
(1st House) When Saturn first entered Pisces (or the 1st House of your natal chart), it may have felt like much of your life was ending, or about to. And that may have been true to some extent, but only because it was making room for a new beginning to emerge. The lesson of Saturn in your sign is about coming to more fully realize what it is that you want from your life, including the goals that you would eventually hope to achieve. And within that context, the retrograde phase of Saturn was helping you to focus in on what is right for you, even if it is not necessarily what other’s expectations are of you. And during the past 4 months, it was also helping you to reject those things that are no longer valid, or that are no longer serving your best interests. Perhaps you are being given the opportunity to do a do-over, or do things the right way. In some cases having Saturn in your sign can feel like you are being given a whole new clean slate to work with. And if that is the case, it is giving you free license to be the writer and architect of the next chapter of your life. And now that Saturn will be direct again, you could feel some of the retrograde reticence, withdrawal and procrastination begin to fall away. Therefore be like Saturn turning to face the future, and take hold of the reins of your life, leading it where you want it to go.
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