On April 29, 2019, Saturn will go retrograde in the sign of Capricorn until September 18, 2019.
Under this energy, Saturn is going to do a check-in and ensure that we have been learning our lessons, taking responsibility for our actions, and living up to the fullest of our potential.
Saturn Retrograde is also going to be preparing us for the big cosmic alignment that is happening in January 2020.
Saturn is known for carrying the energy of discipline, groundedness, hard work, and law and order. Saturn is like the strict teacher that pushes us because it knows that by doing so, it can bring out the best in us.
Saturn loves being in Capricorn, and under the energy of this 2019 retrograde, it wants us to go over the past and ensure that we have learned all that we need to.
Think back to what has happened in your life since September 2018. This timeframe is pivotal to this Saturn Retrograde, and will help you to understand what lessons Saturn has been trying to instill.
Since this time, we have all been guided in different ways to take responsibility, to step up, and to work hard in order to achieve the results we desire.
Now, under this retrograde energy, Saturn wants us to look over what we have created and make sure we are heading in the direction that we want to be.
Are you happy with what you have created since this time?
Saturn wants us to take full responsibility for our actions, and for our part to play in whatever stresses, strains, gifts, conflicts, achievements, and pains have emerged in our life since then.
Saturn retrograde wants us to own the current vibration of our lives, and to know that in some way, our ego, our thoughts, and our soul has had a hand in creating whatever has transpired.
Everything and everyone is here to teach us something, and very often, the hardest situations and the most difficult of people are our greatest teachers.
Saturn wants us to take a long hard look at ourselves. It wants us to stop projecting or judging others, and instead take ownership of our energy and our choices, and see how they may have contributed to the shape of our lives.