October 7th features an inconjunct between the Sun in Libra and Chiron Rx (Wounded Healer) at 14 degrees Pisces. This is a brief influence, and I'm not sure that it will be noticeable during the upcoming eclipse. You may only feel it if you have planets/angles or Nodes from 13 to 14 degrees Libra or Pisces.
However, it's worth mentioning because Libra is strongly featured during the eclipse.
The inconjunct demands an adjustment between two, unrelated energies. Pisces is about transcendence; the meaning that lies beyond your relationships. Libra is relationships. The danger of the inconjunct is attempting to personalize Pisces' greater meaning by projecting it through the Libra lens, onto a partner. You get the "dream lover" who is, of course, false. Mix in Chiron and the Sun, and you have the ego (Sun) that's wounded (Chiron). Each time you try to find your purpose (Sun) through another person (Libra) it ends up hurting (Chiron).
This aspect seems to be about the pain of relationships. The search for healing through someone, or avoiding someone by healing everyone else. Sometimes you need to transcend the ego, but with this inconjunct, it's easy to mistake weakness for transcendence.
The inconjunct asks that you adjust your ideals, and your relationships. Don't turn your lover/object of your affection into your saviour. Or your victim. Or the embodiment of your fantasies. Chiron in Pisces wants you to find a higher purpose and healing through yourself, not another person. Chiron in Pisces is capable of loving and healing everyone (once you've located the source within yourself) because it has no limits. Libra asks that you still connect with the other person, and not escape the dance of partnerships by losing yourself in the Big Hurt (pain without limits). Yes, collapsing yourself into pain that's everywhere can be a form of escape. Neglecting your partner in favour of healing the masses, or at least being preoccupied with everyone else's wounds. Libra loves selectively, and one on one interaction is part of being human.
There's two types of love here: personal and universal. During the inconjunct, some people may have to come to terms with both.