Waning Sextile between the Pisces Moon and Taurus Sun (9 deg)
Saturn stations retrograde in Capricorn (20 deg)
As the Moon’s light fades and we approach a Taurus New Moon next month, the sextile gently enables a transition by dissolving old habits/routines and leaving room for something new. This part of the Moon’s phase is never demanding- there’s a gentle nudge in the right direction, but you can easily ignore it.
Consider what feels like it’s naturally fading, and let it go. Watch for new, solid opportunities on the horizon that involve a way to make dreams/hints a reality.
Saturn Rx can mean a few things:
the revision of a rule
the return to previous limit
emphasis on a specific responsibility or tradition
a temporary loosening of restrictions
You’ll quickly know what scenario applies to you (you may know already). A revision or return means unfinished business that must be completed. If you feel like you’re being dragged back against your will, there’s a reason it’s happening- you can’t avoid it so you might as well do the work. What needs to end, permanently? What responsibilities must you accept or say “No” to? What boundaries need to be strengthened?
It’s interesting that this is happening on the same day as the Waxing Sextile, because it underlines a specific area of that transition. Saturn Rx can define what the Waxing Sextile is hinting at.
A temporary loosening can be used to prepare yourself for the pressures that will reoccur in the future. Don’t slack off.
Saturn’s Rx will cover 20 to 13 deg Capricorn, stationing direct on September 18th, 2019 at 13 deg.