Forum

Chiron - Where Is Y...
 
Notifications
Clear all

Chiron - Where Is Your Wound?

Page 5 / 6

NotMyCircus
Posts: 2438
Registered
(@notmycircus)
Prominent Member
Joined: 11 years ago

I have Chiron in Taurus. Saturn is within orb of squaring Chiron from the 2nd house. 

According to the Placidus house system, I have Chiron in the 4th house. Equal, it's 5th. When I visit family, I become a wallflower, every time. No one intends it--I just become invisible. Around my old friends at church, I felt inferior. They were all more mature than me, had REAL jobs, better-paying jobs, college degrees. Again, I felt like a wallflower around them. Like I blend in with the shadows. 

Not sure how to heal this. Toastmasters has helped. I'm the secretary for my local club, and a lot of the other members enjoy reading my short weekly newsletters that give a recap of the previous meetings. I was asked to put some creative flair in them so members who didn't come would see what they missed. So it's a chance to shine, and to heal the wound of feeling that my creative voice is not worth hearing. 

Reply
Vesta
Posts: 951
Registered
(@vesta)
Honorable Member
Joined: 2 years ago

A thought occured just now.

What if Pluto in 12th is a manifestation of Chironic karma. Hidden wounds. Paralysing fear. Obsessiveness. Psychological edge of a true survival instinct.

Get over the crisis, and then healing...

Adds to your theme of 6th/12th and Virgo/Pisces.

Reply
Osiris Wife
Posts: 1807
Registered
Topic starter
(@osiris-wife)
Prominent Member
Joined: 3 years ago

You might like “Pluto: The Evolutionary Journey of the Soul, by Jeffery Wolf Green.”

It’s the concept you’re eluding to, of Pluto’s correlation to the Soul and karma. Similar in some respects to the Chiron Axis, as I’ve discussed in this topic.I think the book does a magnificent job of explaining another lens that you can observe the workings of Chiron, though not explicitly stated as such, but implicit by discussion of the karmic weaknesses a Soul may carry. 

Reply
Vesta
Posts: 951
Registered
(@vesta)
Honorable Member
Joined: 2 years ago

Thanks, I will check it out!!

Reply
Anonymous
Posts: 0
 Anonymous
(@Anonymous)
Joined: 1 second ago

This is my chart axis. Just to recap it would be:

ASC+Uranus (the wound) ...opposite...natal Chiron on DSC (the healer) - squareSUN

equivalent to Aries - Libra axis.

In this case I am the wound, my head,  (my head has been  wounded in several accidents) and I heal through others? hmm others have been a source of pain...I will observe this more. Very interesting theory.

Reply
teeceedee7
Posts: 174
Registered
(@teeceedee7)
Estimable Member
Joined: 3 years ago

I suppose because my left hip has been bothering me, I had the insight that Chiron is in my 9th house - the house of Sagittarius which has to do physically with the hips.  I had an operation on my right hip at 8 years of age.  It was a difficult time for me as the children's hospital was full and I stayed in the adult hospital, on a floor with older people who had cancer etc.   It was my first involuntary stay away from my parents and we were moving - I think I had an unconscious fear (my parents had some narcissistic behaviour where they had forgotten about me on some occasions) that they would move and leave me behind.

Eventually I had a complete right hip replacement - as a child it was simply pinned.  I had "grown too fast", and the ball of the joint had slipped (technically a slipped epiphesis)....

My Chiron return occurred a few years back as it is in Pisces.  I've been concentrating on the Pisces part of it rather than the 9th house element.  Interesting.  

Right after the operation - I was on crutches for 6 months - we moved to where I am now.  My mother' Home.  Where I imagined I would find my sense of Home.  Still a bit of a struggle.  Anyway - it's all in the mix together.  Pisces being the sign of undoing AND I have that in the 9th house of higher learning and philosophy.

That was a wound when I dropped out of University at 17.  I came home to complete a degree - so that wounding was undone.  Expressing myself about this helps me see it all more clearly and that is helpful for staunching the remaining woundedness.  Which is, with much gratitude to Pisces type practices: yoga and meditation - less and less.  There is healing, although a fair amount of anxiety as I go deeper.

Reply
Page 5 / 6