Saturn Conjunct Moon Transit

Saturn Conjunct Moon TransitSaturn conjunct Moon transit is a test of your emotional strength. It is likely that your feelings will be hurt and you will probably cry. If you have been emotionally mature and responsible in the past you will still be subject to the cold hard hand of Saturn. However, you will suffer less emotional pain and bounce back quickly.

Transiting Saturn does not inhibit your emotions or make you uncaring. Saturn burdens your emotions with responsibility, guilt, shame, loss, separation, loneliness and depression. Your partner, mother, children, family in general and even your home may all somehow be involved in a cosmic conspiracy to make your life hard for a few weeks.

As an example, during my last Saturn conjunct Moon transit I broke up with my partner then was accused of domestic violence. I had to leave my home and was separated from my children. During the weeks of transiting Saturn conjunct natal Moon I did not even know if I would see my kids again. I was so depressed and alone but at some stage I realized I had to take responsibility. It was hard work to make the phone calls and talk to a lawyer.

I also had Pluto square Sun transit that year so my case is an extreme example. I eventually won full custody of my children but I always remember how sad and hopeless I felt for those three or four weeks when Saturn conjunct Moon transit was strongest. Time seemed to go so slowly.

You may feel guilty and somehow responsible for any emotional hardship you suffer. It is important that you are not hard on yourself because there are probably enough people doing that already. Bad things happen to good people. I expect this most often happens during Saturn conjunct Moon transits. There are times in life when it is OK to keep to yourself and feel sad. As the young heartbroken John Keats wrote:

A partner in your sorrow’s mysteries;
       For shade to shade will come too drowsily,
               And drown the wakeful anguish of the soul.

32 thoughts on “Saturn Conjunct Moon Transit

  1. I just had my birthday on the 13th, on that day I found my self caught in the middle of a violent hurricane. It was a family fight for survival. I heard that Saturn is in hard aspect to my natal Venus, but not sure. Any input is welcome.

  2. Wow! This explains a lot. I went to a family members wedding and it has taken me several days to recover from it. Not a fun experience. I have had overwhelming depression, confusion, and the part about feeling like your family is conspiring rang so true to me. I definitely feel like my strength is being tested. Sleeping seems like a more comfortable option.

  3. Hear you n feel you deeply, hope deep healing has occurred…
    Near the end of 2015, Saturn passed my moon, then returned to it later and station direct on it; at meantime, Saturn was squaring my natal Pluto. During that time I finally got to see in my life that some people can be so underhanded with nasty intentions. Sad, hopeless, anger n guilt are just few of many feelings. Got through several desperate situations at home n on the job, with absolutely self-discipline, thanks to transiting Saturn sextile natal Saturn – and true friends. Healing started when those rotten people ended up reaping what they sow.

  4. Fired an EVIL ABUSIVE AND HYPOCRITICAL BOSS. FREE AT LAST! Wisdom: in order to be enslaved, you also have to be under the delusion that the relationship was worthwhile. Time ALWAYS REVEALS THE TRUTH. Accepted in gratitude and humility. Thank you Jamie!

  5. Well i have been trying to get out of a toxic work situation for 7 years now (boss and co-workers). Just had an interview on the 18th which i truly believe was the best interview i’ve ever had – and for a position that i would be perfect for. I thought i did extremely well…………and unfortunately i did not get the position. I spent all day and night yesterday crying. Would really like to see something positive on the career front. I am 2.5 years away from retiring with an unreduced pension (early retirement) so leaving the government simply is NOT a possibility. I would lose over a quarter of a million dollars if i left early. Jamie – can you give me any good news at all ?? (DOB is Mar. 8th, 1960, Ontario Canada)

    • @Vicky wow…lady you don’t know how good you have it. I’m 56 single female that’s ruined her work history trying to manage elderly sick dying parents for the past 10 years. I got nothing now but low paying retail jobs ($9.25 hour) due to ageism and my solid executive legal assistant experience being a decade back. Can’t afford healthcare, rents are high. So, wow you will have a Quarter of a million $250,000.000 in retirement and you cry about 2.5 years. Shame on you lady. Make me kinda sick. Jamie give this woman some free advice! 🤔🙄😑

      • @Holly – you missed the point – which is i can’t quit. The advice i usually get is “quit your toxic job”. And, as a (former) executive legal assistant i would have expected that you would at least be able to spell my name correctly. I, too, am well educated at the post-graduate level and have years of experience and a wealth of knowledge. I am not crying about the job – i am frustrated that i am stuck in a position that i have been trying to leave for some time because of the toxicity.

        • @Holly And, I, too have had to care for my elderly parents and now my elderly in-laws. Don’t judge when you don’t know the full story.

        • I don’t care if I spelled your name right lady. You still don’t get it and never will. All me me me cry cry another 2 years you’ll be able to retire and never worry about being homeless having no healthcare etc..talk to my hand skipping to the bank with quarter million. You might consider paying Jamie To do your chart hun. You still make me sick. 👍

          • @Holly – i hope you find the peace you so desperately crave. Clearly your strategy of lashing out in an angry, sarcastic manner and blaming others for your lack of success isn’t getting you anywhere. You really should do something about your anger issues. I send you many blessings and peace.

  6. What do you mean “accused of domestic violence”? I’d like to know more about what occurred. I’m trying to learn about astrology and I have to hear about this disturbing little anecdote… um. I certainly hope you weren’t violent with your ex wife. Disgusting.

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