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The Moon-Saturn conjunction – contradictions and revelations

In the early hours of November 29th, two incredible astral objects will meet in the constellation of Capricornus. Two completely different cosmic energies will collide – the peaceful, nurturing and feminine energies of the Moon and Saturn’s methodical, strategic, and logical energies. As you can imagine, the results will be explosive.

From the setting of the sun on November 28th onwards, the Moon and Saturn will move together, pulling ever closer until the moment of their conjunction. And when that moment comes? Disruption will follow. But also, potentially… opportunity? Let’s explore that.

There is a clear contradiction between the Moon’s energy flow and the planet Saturn’s energy flow. The best way to exemplify this is to look at someone born under this conjunction, so let’s create a person to examine for these purposes. And let’s call her Sally.

Sally was born when the Moon and Saturn, so different from one another, were incredibly close together. As a result, Sally often feels like there are two sides to her. One side is logical and driven by facts. The other side desperately seeks more profound meaning and wants to make choices based on gut and intuition. This can be frustrating, upsetting and tiring for Sally. There’s a war being waged in her mind many times daily, and she feels she can never escape it.

But why does it feel this way? Is it because Sally has two very different sides to her personality, or is it because Sally is failing to honor each one? Does Sally give the Moon the space it needs to feel things out? Does she give Saturn the time and peace it needs to come to logical conclusions?

One day, when Sally decides to stop fighting and start listening, everything changes. She realizes what a true and unrecognized advantage it is to be so well-balanced as a person, never leaning too far into dreamland and never being so grounded in reality that she can’t enjoy a pleasant flight of fancy depicting an ideal future.

So, how does this connect to the here and now? To the November 29th conjunction? Well, if you’re usually a pretty heart-driven, spontaneous person, you’ll probably find that this conjunction makes you feel more serious and head-driven than usual. If you’re the opposite, this conjunction might suddenly instill a new desire to dream big and take a few out-of-character risks.

However you’re impacted, hold on tightly to the example we’ve just walked through together. Do this, and you’ll be able to remember this simple fact: A combination of head-driven and heart-driven thoughts and feelings can be confusing and overwhelming, but it’s 100% an advantage.

It tempers and balances you. It’s a chance to see your life and decisions in a new, more fair-minded light. Even when it isn’t easy, it will be revelatory. And it might be the opportunity you’ve needed to make some well-overdue changes to your existence…[/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]

Athena Dykman, a native Canadian, has seen and done it all. Besides Numerology, Taro, and Astrology, Athena is an intuitive reader - she's been in business for over 10 years as a personal advisor. Since 2020, she has been writing for MyAstrology. Her topics range from occultism to esoterica to art to parenting to feminism to fortune telling.

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