One morning you wake up, and find that you are in bed with a major Uranus Transit. All of a sudden you get an overwhelming feeling that you need to bale out of your life, like NOW. What had seemed perfectly acceptable, as you plodded along, pretty much OK with what you were doing, now seems totally ludicrous. You look into the mirror and barely recognise yourself… where did you go? Who is that? Where is the life you wanted? You suddenly realise that you are being left behind. You need to break out, set yourself free, try something new, get a breath of fresh air, and GET AWAY from all this shit. Sudden and painful revelations start to cascade upon you as you grab your jacket and run out of the door.
If you have been resisting change in any area of your life until now, Uranus is the chap to sort it all out. He will set the cat amongst the pigeons as it were and ensure that you take off like a rocket with the devil on your heels. In the beginning, it all seems good. You swagger about telling everyone about all the changes you’ve made, and how you are getting your life sorted out. Many new plans are laid, few will come to fruition. You will probably buy a whole new wardrobe of clothes, find a new partner, and feel 10 years younger. You don’t read the small print. And then it all starts to catch up with you.
Outside changes are very easy to make, but in the heat of the moment and the excitement of new relationships, we often forget to lay the foundations. Uranus loves demolishing things, he then likes to move on and leave you with a pile of rubble, a sore head and no building plans. Uranus is not an architect, he is the demolition squad. Part two of the Uranus Transit process, usually requires the help of Saturn, (son of Uranus, he has his mother Gaia’s common sense) to start to put some order back into your life. Uranus function is to help you do what you would never have done otherwise, make the necessary changes. To break out of what was restricting you and embrace the shock of the new. So if you see a Uranus Transit coming, get the heads up, know that change is coming, and try to go with the flow, it may well mean that you have less of a building project on your hands in the future!!.
Joanna Grant is an astrologer of some 30 years and gained her Diploma at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in 2012. Weaving her knowledge of the stars together with intuitive tarot techniques, she crafts highly personalised guidance for clients who are often navigating difficult life transitions. Lately, she has been very excited to breathe new life into her astrological practice through her study of Horary, where the traditional techniques of the ancients have helped her to interpret her knowledge in a whole new way. Having recently completed the STA Advanced Level Horary Diploma, she feels that in an uncertain world, the integrity of this tradition is an essential tool in giving clients the guidance they seek.
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