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Healing the Emotional Wounds

(Transit) Moon conjunct Chiron

Duration:

Few hours.

How often:

Each Moon Cycle.

If the transit could speak:

"In our vulnerabilities, we find the power to heal and transform."

MOON

The Moon governs our emotions, instincts, and subconscious patterns. In its transits, the Moon touches upon our inner landscapes, influencing our emotional and psychological states. These transits can bring fleeting moods and feelings to the surface, offering insights into our inner needs and emotional well-being.

 

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Chiron

Chiron, often called the "Wounded Healer," represents our deepest wounds and our efforts to heal these wounds. Its transits offer opportunities for healing and learning from past traumas, making us wiser and more compassionate healers ourselves. A Chiron transit might involve revisiting painful experiences, but it provides the means to find healing through understanding and releasing these past hurts.


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description

The Moon conjunct Chiron is a profoundly sensitive aspect that brings to the forefront our deepest emotional wounds and vulnerabilities. This transit occurs when the nurturing and emotive Moon aligns with Chiron, the wounded healer of the zodiac, in the same sign and degree. It's a time when past hurts, especially those related to familial or maternal relationships, may resurface, not to torment us, but to offer us a chance for deep healing and understanding. The Moon reflects our instinctual reactions, comfort needs, and emotional foundations, while Chiron exposes where we feel vulnerable, inadequate, or broken. Together, they create a powerful moment for emotional reckoning and healing, making us face the pains that we often keep hidden even from ourselves.

what to do

  • Reflect on past hurts: Use this time to think about the times you've felt emotionally wounded and consider what lessons they might hold.

  • Seek healing activities: Engage in therapy, counseling, or any form of emotional healing that suits your needs.

  • Be open to emotional release: Allow yourself to cry, grieve, or express your emotions in a safe environment.

  • Nurture yourself: Do things that make you feel cared for and loved—like a warm bath, reading a good book, or spending time in nature.

  • Connect with others: Share your feelings with trusted friends or family members who can offer support and empathy.

what to avoid

  • Suppressing emotions: Avoid pushing down your feelings or pretending everything is fine when it's not.

  • Isolating yourself: While it's essential to have personal time, don't completely shut others out.

  • Engaging in self-blame: Don't fall into the trap of blaming yourself for the wounds you are working to heal.

  • Ignoring your needs: Neglecting your physical or emotional needs can impede your healing process.

  • Overcommitting: Avoid taking on too many responsibilities that might stress you during this sensitive period.

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