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(Transit) Mars opposite Chiron / Chiron opposite Mars

Warrior and the Healing


4 days.

How often:

Once a year or two.

If the transit could speak:

"In your pain lies your greatest power."

Personal development PDF for this transit:


When Mars, the planet of action, desire, and energy, opposes Chiron, the wounded healer, in the astrological chart, this transit brings to the forefront deep-seated wounds and the opportunity for profound healing. This opposition often manifests as a conflict between wanting to assert oneself and feeling vulnerable or hurt. The energy of Mars wants to push forward, be aggressive, and conquer challenges, while Chiron exposes where we feel inadequate, hurt, or broken. This aspect is about confronting pain, understanding the origins of our wounds, and harnessing this awareness to empower and assert ourselves healthily. By facing these painful areas head-on, individuals can unlock a powerful source of healing and transformation, turning past trauma into a source of strength.

what to do

  • Acknowledge your pain: Recognize where you feel vulnerable or hurt without judgment.

  • Seek healing practices: Engage in therapy, counseling, or healing modalities that address deep-seated wounds.

  • Use your experiences to help others: Your journey could be inspirational and healing for others facing similar challenges.

  • Channel your energy into constructive action: Use physical activity or projects that align with healing.

  • Embrace vulnerability: Allow yourself to feel and express emotions as a path to healing.

what to avoid

  • Suppressing emotions: Avoid bottling up your feelings; it's crucial to express them.

  • Aggression toward others: Be mindful not to project your pain onto others.

  • Overexertion: Don't push your limits to the point of burnout.

  • Avoiding professional help: Don't shy away from seeking support when needed.

  • Ignoring your body's signals: Pay attention to signs of stress or discomfort in your body.

  • Insecurity: Feeling not good enough or struggling with self-doubt.

  • Anger issues: Difficulty in managing anger or expressing it constructively.

  • Resistance to change: Holding onto past patterns that no longer serve you.

  1. Self-reflection: Spend time reflecting on your past and the roots of your wounds. Journaling can be a helpful tool.

  2. Mindfulness and presence: Practice staying present with your feelings without judgment through meditation or mindful breathing.

  3. Active healing: Participate in activities that actively engage both your body and mind in the healing process, such as martial arts or yoga, which can help integrate your physical and emotional healing.

  4. Express rather than suppress: Find safe and constructive ways to express your frustrations and anger, such as sports, art, or writing.

  5. Build a support network: Surround yourself with people who support your healing journey and can provide the compassion and understanding you need.



  • "I harness my struggles to forge my strength."

  • "Every step in my healing journey makes me stronger."

  • "I choose to act from a place of healing and wisdom."

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