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3 Things You Need to Know About Saturn in Pisces

Back on March 7, 2023, Saturn moved from his nearly 5 year stint in Saturn's own ruled signs and plummeted into the vast waters of Pisces. Below are the 3 things you need to know about Saturn in Pisces and how to best utilize this energy.

1. Saturn has a 29 year cycle and changes signs roughly every 2.5 years.

This is one of the larger major cycles we experience on a personal level. Saturn is the last visible planet in the pantheon of celestial deities. The ingress of Saturn into the next sign brings a sea change of new astrological influence to our lives. Saturn is the god of time. Ruling over both decay and endurance, the parts of our charts activated by Saturn are being tested for sustainability. Whatever is unstable will crumble under the tension. Everything else that can bear the pressure over the next two years will be further enhanced to withstand the weathering sands of time.

2. Be stubborn about your goals, but flexible about your methods.

Saturn is a fixed stabilizing influence. When paired with the ephemeral water sign Pisces, the cold mountain imagery of Saturn in Aquarius shifts into a buoy floating in the ocean. Anchored at the seafloor but free to move with the flowing tide. During this time, be mindful of “shoulds”. Saturn in Pisces is new territory. You must be flexible with how you reach for your goals. The grind of sustained effort is no longer as effective as it previously was. You must ebb and flow, contract and expand. Your dreams are like malleable clay that you can form and reform. Seek not perfection, but rather enjoy the process.

3. Tiny Habits make a HUGE difference

Even though you are having to be flexible with your methods, think of establishing Tiny Habits that support your bigger vision. Think of these as little anchors that keep you grounded and supported. I call these my non-negotiables. For me, my assemblage point is drinking 84oz of water each day. I attach other Tiny Habits to the act of filling up my water bottle. Depending on my overall goal, it may be going for a walk, hanging from my pull-up bar, or Freedancing for 5 minutes after each time I fill up my bottle. Think of a big goal that you have. Then make a list of all the small daily actions you can do that will move you closer to your goal. Pick one or two habits and link them to your already established habits. Rinse and repeat!

The part of your chart that is being transited by Saturn is where you are being invited to organize, consolidate, and restructure for greater stability and sustainability. You might feel heavier or more drained in this part of your life. Remember Saturn is testing your endurance.

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