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(Transit) Chiron opposite Pluto / Pluto opposite Chiron

The Healing Revolution


4 months - 1 year

How often:

Every 60 years.

If the transit could speak:

"Every crack is a place for light to enter."

Personal development PDF for this transit:


Chiron opposite Pluto transit is a rare and intense period that dredges up deep-seated pain, facilitating powerful healing transformations. Chiron, often referred to as the "Wounded Healer," in opposition to Pluto, the planet of transformation and rebirth, confronts you with deep, often suppressed, wounds that might be uncomfortable but are crucial for your personal development. This aspect challenges you to face your deepest fears and psychological wounds, triggering profound healing through confrontation with the past and the unconscious mind. You might experience this as a period of crisis or a significant turning point, where hidden or suppressed issues surface dramatically. However, this is also a time when you can achieve significant breakthroughs in healing old wounds, provided you're willing to dive deep into your psyche and address the uncomfortable truths hiding there. The intensity of this transit forces transformation by breaking down old structures, leading to rebirth and profound growth.

what to do

  • Engage in deep psychotherapy or counselling to address and heal from deep-rooted issues.

  • Maintain a journal to process emotional insights and developments during this transit.

  • Practice mindfulness and meditation to stay grounded and present with your feelings.

  • Seek transformative experiences that push you out of your comfort zones, such as retreats or intensive workshops.

  • Embrace vulnerability by sharing your feelings with trusted individuals.

what to avoid

  • Suppressing emerging feelings and memories that might be painful but are necessary for healing.

  • Engaging in power struggles with others, which can be a projection of internal conflicts.

  • Isolating yourself; while introspection is helpful, total isolation can prevent healing interactions.

  • Resorting to obsessive or compulsive behaviors as a way to control emotional upheaval.

  • Ignoring the body’s needs, as physical health is crucial during intense emotional work.

  • Deep-seated issues of trust and power can surface, possibly related to past trauma.

  • Intense feelings of vulnerability or helplessness may emerge.

  • Fears of loss and confrontation with the darkest aspects of self and others.


  1. Acknowledge the pain and the past: Start by recognizing and validating your feelings. Accept that these wounds are part of you but do not define your entirety.

  2. Seek professional help: Work with a therapist skilled in trauma and transformation. This professional guidance can provide safe space and effective techniques for healing.

  3. Embrace transformation: Lean into the changes rather than resist them. Use this time to transform aspects of your life that no longer serve your highest good.

  4. Cultivate patience and self-compassion: Understand that healing is a process, not an event. Be gentle with yourself through the ups and downs.

  5. Foster connections: Share your journey with trusted friends or support groups, as shared experiences can lead to deeper understanding and healing.



  • "I embrace my shadows to bring light."

  • "Each step in healing is a step towards freedom."

  • "I am transforming pain into power and wisdom."

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