EYE ON THE SKY: FOCUS ON SATURN
Saturn is at the end of the sign of Capricorn where it is sandhi and out of balance. This tends to create restlessness and brings out the darker side of Saturn which will be somewhat lifted after Jan. 17th when it will be exalted in the D9 Chart in the Libra pada in Aquarius. Still Saturn in early or late degrees is restless and wants to change everything.
Saturn is always creating problems anyway. You are going to have to get used to it or drive yourself crazy with wanting to change jobs, relationships, homes, routines. Change is good but will it really resolve the restless feelings inside? Handle the restlessness with yoga and meditation and diet and then evaluate more severe changes in the light of common sense when the planets are strongly and when the mind is clear. So with Saturn you have to find a way to shake hands with restlessness and anxiety.
When Saturn is unhappy, it tends to be more fearful and creates this sense of dread. When it is solid, it is solid the mountain, unshakable. You can ground Saturn by being more in your body with walking, the chair pose in yoga, deep knee bends, extra yoga and slow exercise and Tai Chi. Avoid cold drinks and dry foods and favor sipping hot water and herbal teas and slowing down and eating hot unctuous meals. Exercise is grounding but slower is better and running can be intense for many unless you have a really kalpha body or are Taurus rising and need heavy exercise to get unstuck.
An unhappy Saturn can lead to a lot of grumbling so remember to do your gratitude exercises everyday to replace all the thing that are not right with those that are. (Chair pose below grounds the base chakra to the earth to create more stability.)
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