Uranus Pluto Conjunction, Square, Opposition Transit: Overturning the Tables
Transit or solar arc between Uranus and Pluto can mark a dynamic period of empowerment and individuation. Uranus intensifies Pluto’s need for deep transformation, and Pluto empowers Uranus’ need to be true to one’s self without worrying about what other people may think.
Noel Tyl said Uranus Pluto transit is like Jesus walking into the temple and overturning the tables of moneychangers. There is a powerful sense of “this MUST change now!” that accompanies this transit. There may also be an upheaval that opens up hitherto unseen possibilities.
Whether you experience it on an external or internal level, Uranus-Pluto transit could present an opportunity to make life-altering changes.
Uranus Pluto Transit: Questions to Ask Yourself
Here are some questions that may be relevant during Uranus conjunct, square or opposition Pluto:
- What must change in your life right now? What have you tolerated too long?
- What change, if implemented now, would make you feel more alive and authentic?
- What have you been neglecting that is essential for your joy? Is approval from others worth neglecting yourself?
- Where does your passion lie? How can you bring it back into your work and relationships?
Uranus-Pluto Implosion: Risk of Tolerating the Unacceptable
As Uranus-Pluto transit nears exact conjunction, square or opposition, you may feel a pressure building in the form of upsets or discontent in any area of your life. This could be a warning signal showing you that the time to make the necessary change is now.
But what if you don’t, and continue tolerating the intolerable situation? The tension and pressure might implode within the body, causing some health issues perhaps 1-2 years later.
Under the force of Uranus-Pluto transit, it may be easier to find the courage to take a step of faith in a brand new direction. Afterward, you will most likely feel stronger and more attuned to your authentic self.
Are you experiencing the Uranus-Pluto transit right now? How do you feel its pressure? Were you able to make the necessary changes? Feel free to share your thoughts and experience in the comment section.
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