Transit Juno opposite Chiron
We have been maintaining this opposition for a while now, with Juno in natural partnership sign of Libra, and Chiron in the war God's sign of Aries. Following things come to mind
Wounded and healed relationships bound by socially acceptable contracts such as marriages.
Deep wounding and healing through and because of partnerships.
Partnerships opposing growth via healing, constantly reminding one of the deadly, yet otherworldly wound.
Sacrificing and getting wounded for the sake of partnerships.
Where and how Juno-Chiron are currently manifesting in your chart and life?
This makes me think of the generation with Saturn-Pluto conjunct in Libra natally (born early 80s).
Many experienced the breakdown/or transformation of traditional partnerships during their childhood which likely left deep scars, wounds. Perhaps Saturn-Pluto in Capricorn this year, resurfaced many of those wounds from the past, from the father-mother relationship or other Capricorn/Cancer themes. In fact, this applies not only to the 80s generation, other cohorts are probably struggling with the same issues.
So, Juno-Chiron might be a time of healing.
They are forming a t-square with my Saturn at 9º Capricorn. Makes sense that it would be so acute right now. I'm going through a change which, while important to my growth, is also painful and involves a separation from many people I've worked with a long time. So relationships in my life are fundamentally changing and today has been full of goodbyes. Natal Saturn's in my 8th, Chiron's in my 11th, and Juno's in my 5th.
Oh, that must be hard. I know someone whose venus is forming such a Tsquare and its no party for them either. Good luck at the new job!
How fascinating! I was reminded of Cancer-Capricorn parenthood archetypes in another thread today. Makes so much sense.
This is in my second and eighth house. My feelings of self worth in direct opposition to being needed. To say it has been painful would be an understatement. But as the opposition seems nearer to breaking up, I also see resolution.