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(Transit) Saturn opposite Chiron / Chiron opposite Saturn

Healing and the Structure


4 months - 1 year

How often:

Every 62 years.

If the transit could speak:

"In every wound lies the precious opportunity to heal and strengthen."

Personal development PDF for this transit:


Saturn opposite Chiron is a significant astrological event that challenges us to face our deepest wounds and find a way to heal them, often by integrating seemingly opposing forces within us. Saturn, the planet of discipline, responsibility, and structure, stands in direct opposition to Chiron, the wounded healer, an asteroid that deals with our deepest wounds and our potential for healing them. This transit is about confronting the structures or limits in our lives that may be contributing to ongoing pain or suffering. It forces a confrontation with wounds related to authority, competence, and achievement. The pain exposed here is often linked to feelings of inadequacy or failures that stem from our past experiences, particularly those shaped by authority figures or societal expectations. This transit's power lies in its ability to reveal the foundation of our pain, allowing us to work through it with patience and disciplined healing.

what to do

  • Reflect on past hurts: Identify how authority figures or systemic structures have impacted your sense of self-worth.

  • Seek therapy or counseling: Professional guidance can help navigate and heal these deep wounds.

  • Establish new routines: Create habits that support your mental health and acknowledge your need for healing.

  • Educate yourself: Learning more about your wounds can empower you and reduce their control over your life.

  • Practice patience: Healing deep wounds takes time, and Saturn teaches the value of slow, steady effort.

what to avoid

  • Ignoring your pain: Suppression only delays necessary healing.

  • Over-committing: Taking on too much can exacerbate feelings of inadequacy.

  • Isolation: While solitude can be healing, total withdrawal from support networks can hinder recovery.

  • Negative self-talk: Reinforcing a narrative of failure can deepen wounds.

  • Rushing the process: Healing must occur at its own pace, without forcing quick fixes.

  • Insecurity: Feelings of inadequacy regarding one’s capabilities or worth.

  • Fear of failure: An overwhelming dread of repeating past mistakes or not meeting expectations.

  • Authority issues: Difficulty with current or past authority figures, which may manifest as rebellion or submission.


To navigate this transit effectively, begin by acknowledging the pain without judgment. Engage in self-reflection to understand the roots of your wounds—perhaps journaling or discussing your experiences with a trusted friend or therapist. Consider the structures in your life: are they supporting your healing, or do they need adjustment? Implement new practices that foster self-compassion and resilience. For example, meditative practices can help in staying grounded and mindful, while setting small, achievable goals can rebuild a sense of competency and control.



  • "I am worthy of healing and capable of growth."

  • "Each step I take in healing is building a stronger foundation for my future."

  • "I embrace both my strengths and vulnerabilities as essential parts of who I am."

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