If you've never heard of a Saturn return, it occurs when the planet Saturn returns to the exact same position in the zodiac that it was in when you were born. This normally happens just before you turn 30. And there's no need to be afraid because Saturn's return might be beneficial, according to astrologers. It all depends on how you use this return.
People usually think of a Saturn return as something negative, such as trouble starting a business or losing your temper. But some say that it can also mean new opportunities coming your way or finding love. Of course, only you can decide what meaning you want to give to your Saturn return.
The idea for a Saturn return comes from the belief that our lives go through cycles that last around 10 years. When Saturn returns to the zodiac, it does so in a pattern known as "retrograde." This means that it goes back and forth between moving forward and moving backward, until it finally returns to the same place it started.
For example, if you were born in February, then your Saturn return will occur when Saturn moves into February again. If you've never heard of a Saturn return before, don't worry about it. It's normal if you're not familiar with this concept. However, once you do learn about it, you'll see that it applies to many other things in life too, such as periods of difficulty or opportunity.
Your first Saturn return (and usually the most significant) occurs between the ages of 27 and 31. This is the exact moment that Saturn returns to the same degree in the same sign of the zodiac where you were born. Subsequent returns occur around the age of 59 and then again around the age of 89. These are called "petty planet returns" because they only affect your daily life through small changes or delays. The last major return will be when Saturn reaches its highest point in the sky this year, which happens around October 23.
Every time Saturn returns it has an impact on your life. It is considered a dangerous return because it marks a change from growth to stability and back again. If you're not careful, this cycle can cause problems with job security, finances, and relationships. However, these returns are also a chance for you to grow and improve yourself. If you know how to use them effectively, they can make your life more stable and secure instead of causing more confusion and uncertainty.
Just like Earth, Saturn's orbit is tilted at an angle relative to the plane of the Solar System. When Saturn is located in our sky near a star, it appears to move slowly across the night sky because Earth's rotation brings all the stars along with it. From our point of view, these objects appear to circle around Saturn once every 29 days!
Your Saturn Return is essentially an astrological midlife crisis. Most people will encounter a couple at some point in their lives. If you've lived through your late twenties, you'll know how hectic, chaotic, and change-filled they can be. By turning forty, most people have settled down, bought a house, started a family - whatever - and felt like the world was holding its breath until they made it to fifty.
The Saturn Return is when you realize that all is not well with your life and you need to make some changes. Often, people will start spending money recklessly, using drugs or drinking too much, and even dating again. They do this because they feel like something's missing from their lives and they're looking to fill that gap.
Of course, this isn't exactly true of everyone who encounters a Saturn Return. Some people will just want a new start so that they can move forward with their lives. Either way, the main thing is that you're aware of what's going on inside you and why you're feeling the need to make changes.
It's also important to remember that these changes don't always last forever. Once you reach fifty, you can consider yourself to be in the Jupiter phase of your return - meaning that now you're stable, secure, and able to enjoy the benefits of having made progress during your return.
Molly Hall updated on May 31, 2019 When the planet Saturn returns to meet your natal Saturn, this is known as the Saturn Return. This sluggish mover takes around 29.5 years to return to where it was when you were born. The Saturn return occurs in the late twenties and has an influence until the early thirties. At this time, individuals begin to feel the effects of Jupiter, who will start bringing opportunities and expansion into their lives.
This occurs because Saturn generates specific astrological conjunctions that reflect significant milestones in our lives every seven years. The famed Saturn mini-cycle culminates at the age of 28 in the fourth mini-cycle. Return Have you ever noticed how the number 7 has such a significant influence in our lives? It is one of the most important numbers in both astronomy and religion, having many roles to play. Its importance is reflected in the fact that there are 7 days of the week, 7 colors of the rainbow, 7 notes in a major scale, etc.
In mathematics, physics and engineering, 7 patterns or motifs can be found repeatedly in nature. These include the solar system, the atom, the DNA molecule, the human body, and the universe as a whole. In technology, the number 7 has special significance because it is divisible by 7 and also because the modern computer was designed with this in mind. There are 48 ways to divide up 7 objects; there are also 48 seconds in a minute and 47 seconds in a minute!
In religion, 7 is a common number in the sequence of Sundays and holy days. It is the number of generations between Adam and Christ, of prophets since Christ, and of apostles after Christ. The number 7 features prominently in Judaism's Sabbath day, which lasts for six days but includes the evening meal on Saturday night instead of Friday night like most other countries.