2023 will undoubtedly put you to the test, but that will only make you more resilient. Think again before you declare the end of the world. It will act as a stimulus for your connections as well as test the foundation of your private unions.
Of course, with Saturn transiting Aquarius, you've also been carefully attempting to establish stability and structure in your one-on-one interactions. Even though some friendships, connections, and partnerships didn't hold up over time, you don't have to worry about that scenario anymore.
On March 7, Saturn will make his official entrance into the sign of Pisces, bringing order and structure to your relationships as well as discipline to your joint projects.
The taskmaster planet may drain you of this energy if you're clinging to a promise or a relationship bond that is no longer in line with your true north.
Pluto, a malefic planet that will enter Aquarius on March 23 and move into your seventh house of partnerships, may be too early to explore its impacts because it is a generational planet, but it is here to reveal the dark side of your interpersonal dynamics.
Pluto's entry into your sign on March 23 is one of the year's major astrological revelations, and it bears your name. Pluto, also referred to as the planet of annihilation, change, and regeneration, is frequently linked to the concepts of death and rebirth as well as one's own power dynamics.
Pluto's influence can also be alchemical, allowing you to transform your suffering and lower vibratory energies into strength and emerge victorious from the ashes like the phoenix.
Sounds like a lot to process for a planetary transit, but Plutonian energy is anything from subdued. However, because of how slowly it is changing, you might not see these changes for another year or so.
However, there is a good probability that you may experience the intensity sooner rather than later if you have personal planets in the early degrees of Aquarius—between zero and five.
Although it won't be done until it's over, you can handle it, Pisces. Saturn, often known as Father Time, is the planet of limits, structures, and boundaries. It undoubtedly imposes limitations, but solely for your stability.
Saturn will enter your sign on March 7 for the first time since 1996, so if that applies, feel free to reflect on that period of time. Saturn will offer discipline and stern reality checks to areas where you ordinarily detach or would rather avoid totally as a coping mechanism while it is in your sign.
There's nothing wrong with occasionally daydreaming, but if you've been continuously clinging to a fantasy, Saturn is coming to shatter the façade.
It won't be simple to take off your rose-colored glasses, but that doesn't make your self-improvement any less important. The good news is that Saturn will advance you in ways you never thought possible.