Holm Astrology

SATURN'S RETURN

Saturn takes approximately 29 years to complete one full cycle around the Sun.  


Saturn has a profound impact in our lives.  It produces situations that can be stressful (if we so allow) and presents us with lessons whenever it (Saturn) becomes activated in our charts. 


Saturn is the teacher and it presents us with a crossroad in our development.  We are forced to take a good look at our lives and we should make any needed changes when Saturn suggests it.  These times can be very trying and can last a significant period of time, especially if there are other planetary forces at work during the same period.


We have touched on houses and their energies.  Depending on which house Saturn is located in within your birth chart and what aspects it is making to other planets, these particular areas of life (houses) will become activated.  The intensity and duration depends largely on the other planets that are stimulating the area, how long they transit and what aspects (aspects are angles between planets) they make to each other. Saturn can also have a lasting effect if, for example, it goes into its retrograde cycle while making an aspect in the natal chart.


If you are going through a stressful period and you are between the ages of 28-30, 57-59 or 86-88, you are experiencing your Saturn’s return. 


At Holm Astrology, we go deep into your Astrology Chart to look at how Saturn’s return period is or will affect you.  We can assist with an understanding of the lessons being tabled by locating Saturn’s position in your chart and its natal aspects, its transiting aspects and the duration of its influence.  Armed with this information, you can better understand the lessons at hand and utilize the energies available.


When Saturn has completed its cycle, you can be certain that a new person will emerged with a greater understanding of self and experiences (now behind you) that should have been well learned. Also Saturn will usually offer a more stable and secure structure to your life as it settles in after its initial impact of returning to its birth position.