Astrologer and author Eileen Grimes shared her journal of her second Saturn return with readers. Here's her final entry, Saturn's Last Stand.
She notes something curious -- that the fundamental changes came after Saturn (in Libra) had moved over her natal degrees. She hit a wall at work, "Saturn was telling me to just rest, and figure my life out." she says. "And so I DID. And what I found was miraculous - and I found out what this return was all about. It was about facing all my fears - fear of not enough money, fear of failure, fear of making a huge mistake. And after acknowledging them, I could actually see the potential of where I was going."
Her experience is of hitting that Saturn wall, where the real work begins. She describes it as that point "...When going back to the status quo is more painful than the fear of the unknown."
See more of frequent guest author Eileen Grimes' earlier entries, including the first hand account of Saturn in Libra, from an astrologer's perspective.
I'd like to direct readers to her new channel on You Tube. You can see and hear her talking about her second Saturn return in Libra, and what changes she sees in the culture from it. Also, see her short preview of Saturn in Scorpio, where she says "watch what dark matter comes up" for you.
I've noticed how powerful it is to actually see and hear someone, instead of just read their words. Eileen is already hearing that she's funny or soothing -- and I'd add that sharing her presence is a gift. Good luck to you Eileen, in this new life chapter, and thank you!Author Photo - Eileen Grimes