Saturn’s transit to Taurus: What does it mean for you? Find out !astroblog editor
What happens when Saturn transits from Capricorn to Taurus?
Taurus is considered a native house for Saturn. Ancient astrological scriptures have mentioned that when Saturn moves to one of its native zodiacs, it drops 50 percent of its negative energy. This means that at the onset, this transit is going to be favorable for most zodiacs. After almost 30 years, Saturn is transiting in Taurus
After almost 30 years, Saturn is transiting in Taurus. Do note that the effects and measures mentioned below are for the lunar signs and ascendants.
Saturn’s transit to Taurus:
For this transit, Saturn is going to affect the tenth house of Taurusz odiac or ascendant for the coming three years. This transit to the tenth house will also affect the eleventh house.
From the tenth house, Saturn will put its vision in the fourth house and twelfth house as well.
As the transit progresses, Saturn will keep its vision in the seventh house.
Impact of Saturn’s transit to Taurus:
Saturn’s transit through tenth and eleventh house means that this is a good time for you to start any finance related work or you may get additional responsibilities at the workplace.
Because of Saturn’s vision on the fourth house, the health of your mother could be affected and you need to keep a close eye on that.
The seventh house is the house of relationship and Saturn’s vision on the seventh house means that you need to take care of your relationship with your partner.
Measures for Saturn’s transit to Taurus:
Donating things related to Shanidev, like mustard oil or going to Shani temple or Hanuman temple is a good way to reduce the impact.
Since Saturn will also keep its eye on the twelfth house, going to a Guru’s ashram and doing some cleaning or cleaning dishes in the kitchen would also reduce the impact.
For the impact on relationships because of the seventh house, listening to Rudram chanting and going for a walk in the evening with your spouse will benefit.
Based on inputs from Sanjay Agarwal Head, Jyotish and Vastu, Sri Astro Vastu.
Inspired by H.H Sri Sri Ravishankar, Art of Living
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