1. Theres two kinds of Transits you can look at:
Due to their distinction in speed, this will take them a various amount of time. Therefore, the Moon (fastest moving world) moves through your whole Chart every 28 days while Pluto (slowest) takes around 250 years (in 2.
The existing House the planets are transiting through will reveal you the area of life where that worlds energy will be showing up, asking to be incorporated.
” Disharmonious”= opposition, square, inconjunction, (sometimes combination).
” Harmonious” = trine, sextile, (sometimes conjunction, depending upon the planets included).
a) by ASPECT: the worlds in their existing position in the sky (= “transit worlds”) making aspects to the worlds position from the time when you were born (= “natal worlds”). They can aspect several planets in your natal Chart.
The nature of the Transit will be revealed by the basic energies of all planets included, along with the nature of the aspect. Normally unified elements feel smooth, empowering and rather pleasant while disharmonious aspects might feel discouraging, threatening and normally upsetting. Remember though: transits show the kind energy that is presently in your life – they never reveal the result and the method you deal with it is up to you always.
By showing you what is going on in your life, astrology can assist you to work with these energies rather of against them.
PS. You can also take a look at small elements (above I just noted the major aspects). As a newbie, I d suggest beginning with the significant elements, though).
1H = (AC) the self, identity, physical constitution, birth, conditioning, starts.
2H = cash, worths, self worth, your personal belongings, resources, food, the body.
3H = communication, finding out, brother or sisters, peers, neighbourhoods.
4H = (IC) childhood, family, the mom.
5H = fun/play, kids, love/ affairs, young their adult years, pastimes, self-expression, (the daddy).
6H = work, regular, health, servitude, animals, everyday life, the ordinary.
7H = relationships, love, commitment, close relationships, connection to other individuals.
8H = the hidden, sexuality, death (and renewal), occult/taboo stuff, “dark” styles, supernaturalism, mental resources, other individualss cash (inheritances etc), ancestors.
9H = world views, travel, spirituality, greater knowing (like university).
10H = (MC) profession, society, (the daddy).
11H = groups, buddies, the cumulative, social causes.
12H = the subconscious, dreams, privacy, spirituality, out of world experiences, psychedelic compounds (drugs), endings.
Saturn = maturity, structure, limitation, Karma.
Pluto = (inner) change, transformation, credibility, purging, buried/hidden/dark parts of the psyche.
Neptune = dissolution, release, transcendence, dreams, divinity, dependence, absence of limits, universal love, redemption.
Chiron = discomfort, (old) injuries, sensitivity, healing.
Mars = acting, asserting ones self, aggression, battling, sexuality, the (inner) male.
Mercury = thinking, interacting, expressing ones self, moving.
When looking at transiting worlds, always look at the external worlds (Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, (Chiron), Saturn). Their Transits are of higher significance in contrast to the Transits of quicker moving planets such as the Moon, Venus, Mercury or the Sun.
As a basic rule, I look at Transits of: Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, Chiron, Saturn and Jupiter and at a few instances at Mars and Venus (but only if Ive been feeling Mars-y or Venus-y and want to learn why:-RRB-.
Uranus = (outer) modification, independence, liberty, breaking out, interruption.
As for the natal planets that are being aspected, the personal worlds (Sun, Moon, Venus, Mercury, Mars) matter a little more than the generational worlds (Pluto etc). Your personal planets are “very individual” as someone just born a few days before or after you may have them at completely different positions (esp. Transits to our individual planets are felt more directly as they mark changes to our extremely core (which doesnt indicate that Transits to the other worlds dont matter though but to keep it basic I will not go into information about them here).
Sun = self, identity, action, wants, males (esp.the daddy).
The analogy I utilize would be more of how you Chart and its Transits are like a clock – they work after the principle of synchronicity (” as above, so below”) which means what takes place with you can be seen in your individual Transits but its more of a mirror of whats occurring with( in) you – and not the other way around. The anger that is manifesting in your life right now is shown/ symbolized by Mars in your Transit Chart.
Jupiter = growth, opportunity, luck.
Moon = sensations, needs, sensitivity, females (esp. the mother).
Venus = relating, showing love and affection, sensuality, money, the (inner) female.
5. I swear to God: Google is your friend:-RRB-.
With this guide you have a little tool-kit to roughly have a concept how to learn whats going on in your Chart transit-wise. When youve seen (for example) that Pluto is transiting your AC or Neptune is squaring your Sun, I d simply suggestions you to simply google the Transit – theres lots of excellent sites out there, discussing them brilliantly.
I still do this all the time and its constantly an eye-opener:-RRB-.
The nature of the Transit will be revealed by the fundamental energies of all planets included, as well as the nature of the aspect. When looking at transiting worlds, constantly look at the outer planets (Pluto, Neptune, Uranus, (Chiron), Saturn). Their Transits are of greater significance in contrast to the Transits of quicker moving planets such as the Moon, Venus, Mercury or the Sun. As for the natal planets that are being aspected, the personal planets (Sun, Moon, Venus, Mercury, Mars) matter a little more than the generational planets (Pluto etc). Transits to our individual worlds are felt more straight as they mark changes to our really core (which does not mean that Transits to the other worlds dont matter though but to keep it basic I will not go into information about them here).