Kopyrite 2-2-2010 by Donna Kunningham (AKA Our Lady of Pluto)
Pluto is done Playing Nice. This week, as it forms the second of four exact aspects to Saturn, it heads into a more intense phase of what evolutionary astrologers would call transforming your life.
A more precise formulation of what’s going on would be that it’s delivering a Kosmik Kick in the Keister to people who need to change their lives in certain areas butt are resisting it with every fiber of their being. Are you one of the people who are getting these transits to one or more of your natal planets or angles? And are you stalled on doing anything about it? If so, my mission today is to get you moving again.
I got the title Our Lady of Pluto from Bil Tierney when he did a roast at a conference years back. (If you’re out there, Bil, it’s been too long!) I don’t know if that title is a badge of honor or a censure, butt I’ve surely been living up to it lately, as post after post delves into some manifestation of Pluto.
An ongoing series of articles on how to manage the Pluto-Saturn square—A Pluto-Saturn Preparedness Kit –has been my main focus for months. What leads me to believe some of you need that Kosmik Kick in the Keister is an enduring phenomenon on my blog stats. I check them out often as a sort of weathervane to see which way the winds are blowing with my readers.
As mentioned in the previous post, the #1 post of all time on this blog is the introduction to this series, Pluto-Saturn Preparedness Kit #1—Houses & Areas of Life Affected, and Pluto-Saturn Preparedness 2: Best Case/Worst Case Scenarios is close behind. This suggests that many of you are concerned about this transit and want to understand it better. All to the good.
What wasn’t mentioned is that almost all the rest of the posts in the series don’t even make the top 20. Each one is designed to give you tools or information to make it easier to take another needed step in working with this aspect. Butt the stats prove that not many of you are reading them.
There are two ways of interpreting this phenomenon. First, and I am entirely open to considering it, is that maybe the rest of those posts suck. Maybe I just hit it lucky with posts #1 and #2—some sort of fluke.
I would almost prefer that to be the case rather than the other possibility: that many of you want to know a little bit about what that transit might mean, butt you aren’t ready or possibly even willing to do anything to change the outcome to a better one. How’s that working for you?
The Skyrocketing Cost of Doing Absolutely Nothing
Folks, if you’re getting simultaneous transits from both Pluto and Saturn to some major area of your life, you can’t afford to lay back and hope for the best. These are two planets that want—no, demand—sweat equity in changing your life for the better in areas they affect. With both of them in play, inertia can have serious consequences.
The reason I’m amping up my language a notch is that the cast of this planetary soap opera is about to get bigger. A new guy is coming on the series in a couple of months, and he’s a butt kickin’, rough talkin’, greasy haired son of a gun of a biker who goes by the rather crude name of Uranus.
The thing you may not GET about that outlaw Uranus is that he’s a kind of enforcer for the Outer Planet Gang. If you sit on your Keister, thumb your nose at destiny, and flat out refuse to make a change when all common sense and prudence tells you that you have to, he comes along and makes it for you.
You know those parts of your life that you’ve been trying to patch together these past six months, even though doing so drains every bit of your energy and resources? That’s exactly what I’m talking about. So when I say Uranus is making the scene soon, it’s meant as a wakeup call. When Uranus transits the very same areas of your chart that Saturn and Pluto have been working over, BIG things are going to happen in that part of your life, with your cooperation or without it.
Now, while you have a few months’ head start, take matters into your own hands so you can have more control over the outcome. Instead of taking a kick in the keister from Pluto or Saturn, why not start training in kickboxing or karate or kung fu or the metaphysical equivalent thereof, so that you’re in shape to kick some butt yourself where it is needed.
Though I’m not doing charts any more, I offer the series A Pluto-Saturn Preparedness Kit as my way of contributing something to your process. Are you still not convinced? Need more motivation? Here’s a synchronicity that should give us all pause: Kosmik Kick in the Keister–a Kase in Point!
And here are some articles in the Pluto-Saturn series to give you more to think about and work with:
- Fun and Easy Ways to Use the Pluto-Saturn Square
- Pluto-Saturn Preparedness #4–Taking Charge of your Life
- Pluto, Saturn and the Blame Game
- Stuck For What Seems Like Forever? Maybe Areas of Unforgiveness are the Cause
- Pluto-Saturn Kit #6: The Train is Coming. Are You Stalled on the Tracks?
TALK TO ME: Let’s use the comment section to talk through some of your blockages. What areas are you stuck on? What are you afraid will happen if you let go of something that’s not working for you anymore? What pressing needs are you ignoring? Own up to it—what excuses are you using that you know doggone well are just excuses?
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