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Articles: Saturn in Sagittarius 2015-2017

Articles: Saturn in Sagittarius 2015-2017

Saturn in Sagittarius is with us from late 2014 until December 19, 2017. Saturn takes about 2.5 years to transit through a sign. This outer planet is teaching us to take responsibility and make more commitments in order to experience more freedom. Freedom is something we would all like more of, isn’t it? If you would like review the articles on this transit, you can find them here (the list of articles will be updated as more are written:

Getting Sober, Exposing Truths: Saturn-Neptune 2015-2017

Getting Sober, Exposing Truths: Saturn-Neptune 2015-2017

Addiction can take many forms. Overcoming addictions is a hard process. The Saturn-Neptune square we are experiencing is bringing both these energies to weigh heavily in our lives and in some way all us must admit our weakness, return to reality, change our habits and build new structures. This will be challenging because while Saturn builds structures, Neptue dissolves and washes them away. What seems solid become elusive.

Hard Work: August 23, 2016 – Mars-Saturn Conjunction

Hard Work: August 23, 2016 – Mars-Saturn Conjunction

The way it works is simple: faster moving planets trigger changes in relationships and situations and exit the scene; then the slower moving planets undertake the work to be done. This is what will happen August 23 when Mars and Saturn meet in Sagittarius. There is hard work to be done! This is bringing some intense hot action right now in Sagittarius. Let us step back and review how we are coming to this: 

Setting and Achieving Big Goals – Saturn Return in Sagittarius

Setting and Achieving Big Goals – Saturn Return in Sagittarius

The Saturn Return is always challenging; even if you do what you know you must to mature, you still have a heavy and hard road to the finish line. The best thing you can do IS to accept the hard work and walk the road. The ones who pass the test put themselves out there and do the hard work. They keep going despite being knocked down or pushed back.