I wanted to spend some time with Saturn’s ingress into Pisces on Tuesday March 7. For the East Coast that is at 8:34 am and for the West Coast it is at 5:34 am. The few days prior it may feel like you are in a hamster’s cage wheel moving so quickly that you don’t have an opportunity to get some quiet or me time. Saturn is about time and finishing its run in the fixed sign of Aquarius. This presented so many choices for change that it made it difficult to focus on one or two projects. This has made it difficult to distill priorities. If you are great at multi-tasking it may not be as taxing and if you struggle with finishing things, making a list of what you can do in a day (just 2 and not 10) this makes the last days before Saturn changes more manageable.
Look at your diaries or appointment books and ‘unfill’ some of the back-to-back commitments you’ve made, try to space them out because Saturn in Pisces asks us to create private time daily. Pisces is the last sign of the zodiac and represents the 12th house of the natural zodiac. I lovingly call it the ‘toxic waste management station’ of the zodiac. The 12th house is where we store all those things from the past and put them into hidden cubbies in our unconscious mind. This is how we learn to cope during our lifetimes. This is an opportunity to pull out various hidden issues and confront them as Saturn transits Pisces for two and a half years. Whatever unconscious fears are stored, addressing them with the assistance of people who have experience are the perfect solution to empower your life. Refresh and restart.
You don’t have to be a Pisces for this reset event. I think that Pisces individuals have an opportunity to shine and bring through their deepest creative capabilities, to infuse imagination in themselves and in others while acting as processing agents for those closest to them. This is a universal opportunity for the collective to confront many of the planet’s unresolved issues now that Saturn is in a more flexible sign than Aquarius.
I suspect that in about three years, many of the problems in both our personal lives as well as our professional lives will find solutions. This will not magically happen. There will be storms, seawalls breaking, issues around water and temperatures. Public pressure has more power and community involvement is effective. How we work with our minds, greater access to brain power offers new learning systems for new ways of learning and retaining information. There will be challenges with new technology like Chatbots. BTW if you want a fascinating article on an interview a New York Times reporter had with a chatbot named Sydney, go to https://www.nytimes.com/2023/02/16/technology/bing-chatbot-microsoft-chatgpt.html. I found it both fascinating and frightening. For those of you who remember 1968’s groundbreaking film by Stanley Kubrick, 2001: A Space Odyssey, you will also remember HAL, the computer that ran the spaceship. Sydney sounds like HAL’s little brother!