Admittedly, the past few months have seen this blog beginning what looked like a slow death spiral. Health and other issues didn’t allow me much energy to do more than what was minimally required in my life. Things haven’t changed all that much now, but, one way I am going to face the current Saturn in Sagittarius square Neptune in Pisces is by trying to make my dreams a reality; hence, the return to my beloved Astrology and this blog.
Currently, we all are feeling the effects of the major square aspect between Saturn in Sagittarius and Neptune in Pisces. Did you just wince? I myself am trying not to…instead, I am attempting to make this rotten bowl of lemons into some sort of natural lemon cleaner (blame my optimistic Sagittarius Moon) that I can use to clean *something* (I have a Virgo Mars).
As I said, Saturn (fear, restrictions, authority, limitations) is squaring (challenging, creating tension, blocking) the planet Neptune (ideals, fantasy, delusions) which is transiting the sign of Pisces now. To say that a lot of people’s bubbles are bursting is an understatement; it can be likened to waking up after that alcohol induced haze made you think you were making out with the hottest person you had ever seen, but when that liquor wears off you take a second look and was like “What the hell was I thinking?” because your judgement was off on so, so many levels.
So, what do you do with a set up like this? I like the suggestion that hard work (Saturn) can turn your dreams (Neptune) into reality. Remember, Astrology comes down to your own personal free will after all, so…instead of blubbering that you came so close to your goal before the rug was yanked out from under you, roll up your sleeves, get back to work, and force yourself to make those dreams a reality. A lot has been said about Saturn; Saturn is to be feared, Saturn is mean, Saturn is heartless, etc. But I have heard time and time again that once you take Saturn’s lessons seriously and make yourself an apt pupil, he will reward you for your hard work.
Don’t slump your shoulders in despair; go out and make your own lemon cleaner.