Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto will be conjunct throughout most of the second half of 2020. I am seeing my clients of all ages, come to some kind of reckoning. In all cases, the person is humbled in some way. It doesn’t feel good but I believe it’s the best thing that can happen to you.
I state this because if you’re on the wrong path, it’s imperative you get on the right path. If there is some kind of smack-down involved; ultimately it will probably be worth it. There are many ways this is happening…
- If you’re older, you’ll probably come to realize this in a deeply serious way, over these next months. Oh no! I’m old!
- It may be that you’re ill, and it’s new to you. Hello! You’re mortal!
- You may be losing skills, you thought you could take for granted. Uh oh.
You may have lost your job.
- You may lose a parent or be witnessing the decline of a parent. If you’re younger, it may be a grandparent, who you see is slipping away.
- If you’re around Saturn return age, you’ve got to take a serious look at your life. Have kids? Not have kids? Relationships? Marriage? Career?
- If you’re just starting in life, you’re bearing a heavy burden, growing up in what might be a called a “world war”.
A person having any of the things I’ve mentioned is going to realize, there are limits to their power. There are limits to what they can control, contain or run from. This realization like this tends to hit a person hard because you tend to feel you’re insignificant. Life will go on, with or without you!
The “hard knock” is true for all things, Capricorn. It’s said you’ll be brought to your Capricorn-ruled knees. But in this case, Pluto is involved. The things we’re encountering are extreme and drastic.
In planning to write this, I thought of this old post concerning Saturn in Scorpio, which is akin to Pluto in Capricorn. You’ve got to face the ghastly reality. You’re you, who may not match the “you” in your press kit!
If this has already happened to you, then you know what I mean.
If it’s not happened to you can expect that it will.
As for how this experience will benefit you; prior to taking this fall from your perch, you may think that falling is something that happens to others. It’s not! But once you’re on the ground, you can start to sort your life out.
If you choose to work at this, the result will be brilliant. It’s like saving your own life. You’ll look back and be so glad you took the fall. Because you’ll never really be happy so long as you’re inauthentic.
Can you relate?