How do you know if you're in retrograde?

How do you know if you're in retrograde?

To determine if you have a retrograde planet in your birth chart, go to astro.com > free horoscope > extended chart choices and construct a chart. Then, if you check at the table of planet positions, you could see a "r" next to a planet's location, indicating that it is retrograde. The r symbol appears before each planet except Uranus and Neptune.

Planets can also be described as being in retrograde motion when they are approaching the same point on the horizon again after rising above it. This occurs once every two years for planets other than Mercury, which only goes around once. During this time, all planets experience a delay of about 22 hours between going over the same point on the horizon. This delay can be used by astronomers to tell whether or not a planet is orbiting the Sun in a counterclockwise direction. If so, then it is in retrograde.

Retrograde motions can have an impact on events in our lives. For example, if a planet is in retrograde motion when we are born, it can indicate problems with eyesight, hearing, or a nervous system disorder. If a planet is in retrograde motion when we die, it can mean that our souls will have issues finding peace soon after death.

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What does it mean to have retrograde planets in your chart?

When a planet is in retrograde motion, it looks to travel backward. It has arrived at its closest approach to Earth. If you have a retrograde planet in your birth chart, you will experience it in a more subjective, interior way. You express the energy of that planet in a unique way that distinguishes you from the rest of your family. Other people may not notice this distinction unless they know what to look for.

Planets exist in their own orbit around the Sun. They do not follow a fixed path but instead move in an elliptical one. A planet can be in either an active or passive state. When a planet is in an active state, it influences other objects in our solar system to cause change on earth. For example, Mars is the warrior planet and it causes changes in the amount of war on earth because it is in an active state. When a planet is in a passive state, it does not influence other objects directly but instead requires more attention and effort from the user. For example, Jupiter is the king of planets and it is in a passive state because it doesn't influence other objects directly; instead, it provides support for the ego and mind.

Retrograde planets are known as "wandering stars" because they appear to move backwards in relation to the rest of the planets. The term "retrograde" simply means moving backward in time. So, a planet in retrograde motion appears to go back in time rather than forward in time.

How do I know if I was born during a retrograde?

First and foremost: Look at your birth chart (you can make a free natal chart on Cafe Astrology) and locate Mercury to see if you were born during Mercury's backspin. If Mercury was retrograde when you were born, you'll see the letters "Rx" above the Mercury sign in your birth chart. Otherwise known as retrograde planets, signs, or elements, the R in Rx stands for retrograde.

If you were born during a Mercury retrograde period, then you'll find out sooner rather than later that things are not what they seem. Whether it be problems with communication, bad luck, or something else, you're going to be caught off guard by how quickly life turns against you during these periods.

Mercury goes retrograde every month or so, so there's no way to tell how long it had been since its last retrograde cycle. However, since this phenomenon originates from our planet's orbit around the sun, we can estimate how long it has been since Mercury last went retrograde by looking at solar eclipses.

The moon affects Earth's shadow when it orbits between Earth and the sun, which is why lunar eclipses occur on average once every four months, but they can happen as often as twice a year. Since Mercury travels in an orbit similar to Earth's around the sun, it too will experience a total eclipse about every four months.

How do you understand retrograde?

A visible shift in the passage of the planet through the sky is referred to as retrograde motion. It is not true since the planet does not physically begin to go backwards in its orbit. It only seems to do so due to the planet's and Earth's relative locations and movements around the Sun. When viewed from the surface of Earth, the Sun rises on the east and sets on the west, regardless of the direction the planet is moving. Therefore, a planet that appears to go backward in its orbit from our point of view is called retrograde.

Retrograde planets are bright points of light in the night sky. They appear to move slowly across the heavens from east to west like a boat drifting with the tide or an airplane losing altitude. Because they travel in the opposite direction to most other planets, their appearance changes from day to day as they pass over different parts of Earth. The first retrograde planet was Mercury, which goes around the Sun out of phase with the rest of the planets because it is much closer to Earth than they are. As a result, it takes 89 days to complete one trip around the sun, but it takes 87 days to go from maximum western elongation to maximum eastern elongation.

The reason why we notice the change in direction for these planets is because they are all very small compared to Earth, and therefore, their effect on us is also small.

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Christina Church

Christina Church is a spiritual, astrological and mindful coach. Christina works with people to explore their spirituality and how it can help them live a more fulfilling life. She also helps clients work through the challenges that come with being human by connecting them to their inner wisdom and helping them take steps towards living in alignment with who they really are. She has been coaching for over 7 years and finds joy in guiding others on this journey of self-discovery.

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