Saturn in Pisces (Notes + Questions From the Field)
Time feels so different. Is it because I am 40 and when I look back the memories stretch so far now?
Is it because we're in the post 2020 time warp?
Is it because Saturn rolling through Pisces has me thinking about time endlessly yet wildly unaware of how to articulate what I am feeling?
As an astrologer, will this transit help me understand my Saturn in Pisces native clients better from where they are standing? Can these feelings of being submerged help me find ways to convey the archetypal symbolism? Is this feeling of being on a sunken ship here to serve instead of leave me spinning?
What do I even know? One thing for sure is that I know Saturn in the 1st all too well. It's in my bones. It's in my blood. My fellow 1st House Saturn natives nod in agreement when we discuss taking a long time to "come into our own." To embody who we truly are. To believe in ourselves and to remember that we don't have to be so hard on ourselves all of the time. Saturn in the 1st is the slow lane. Slow and steady is my comfort level most of the time. One part hesitation, one part I'll see you when I'm ready!
This Saturn in Pisces transit rolls through my 6th - also my bones and blood but in a way that askes me to serve others.
How can I be of service? This is what transiting Saturn in the 6th asks of me all while Pisces blurs my answer key with splashes and spritzes of daily life and incessant snickers that make me wonder why I feel stuck in a monopoly game that keeps telling me to Go To Jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.
Surely the cycle will change. I know this. We all know this. For now, I shall float and accept the fact that I am unable to articulate my complex relationship with the passage of time. Perhaps it is by design.
I will take instruction from Saturn and I shall wait. Will you join me?