The Saturn Return… Part 6 – The Saturn Opposition aka Puberty and High School Posted on October 11, 2009 by ElsaMarch 10, 2018 The first Saturn opposition… high school and puberty… Skip to part 7 – Graduating College Or Maybe Not Related posts:Saturn In Sagittarius & Gifted Children & StressClient Testimonial: "Accessible Yet Poignant"How The Media Programs Your LifeRuining Your Life By Running Your Mouth (Mercury Problems)
That explains why 14 year olds are so annoying! Haha.
Elsa, you look fabulous – even better than in the last 5 videos! You wouldn’t happen to be in love, would you???
Aw, Cherie, thanks. I am just so glad I finished this. I did finish up today, whew!
I remember my first Saturn return very well, at that time I started working at the university, it was my first “big job” and the first time I stood in front of about 200 students. I’ve got Saturn trine Jupiter in Gemini, so I enjoyed it A LOT! Can’t wait to get the second one. 🙂
Elsa, you’re very right about these 7 years cycles, I also think that’s why the full majority of age is set at 21 years. Not to mention the mid life crisis at 42, when people feel the urge to build a strong relationship – or to dissolve those that don’t reflect their state of evolution anymore.
Oh hell, I misspoke in the next video. ^*(%$, I have to redo it, where is my purple shirt??
Elsa, how many more videos in the series?
Two more. The second saturn square and then the saturn return itself and then I reserved the right to follow up if I think of something or if there are some questions I think should be clarified “at large”.
Your hair looks fab Elsa! Purple is your color.
Oh wow! very insightful Elsa! This time was one of the most difficult times in my life as I got bullied a lot and also my creativity was shot down so much! I remember hating how people saw me in school and I got tired of the abuses!
When I was 14, I would often try and make clothes and would be made fun of it. It wasn’t until I was about 15 or 16 when I realized – well, I’m sick and tired of being made fun of! They aren’t seeing me for me! So I decided to get a job to buy my clothes (which later became a means of self-expression for me) and pay for my occasional education expenses (books, etc). I definitely learned responsibility then and I learned to take control of how I want to present myself in public rather than passively feel sorry for myself!
Elsa: you look fabulous in that shirt! 🙂 I always love watching your videos!
I had a good giggle at the end of the video…”Ideally…people start growing up.” Yes, ideally is the word! 🙂