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Retrograde Saturn in Vedic Astrology

Saturn retrogrades usually do not know when to stop working. Or they may not like work at all. As Saturn is the karaka of misery, it is important that one must not give into a negative attitude to life and embrace depression as a habit. Saturn is usually depicted as the poor man. The poor(This is a relative term) are usually hungry – for food, for material goods, for good things in life. Saturn retrogression can make individuals hungry with desire, wanting more and more even when the hunger has been appeased and they may be materially very well off. They need to watch for greed. Saturn rules Vayu element. Vayu is air and Vayu needs to be used constructively otherwise it can become unnecessarily be destructive. Retrogrades do not know how to use their energy so if they do not take care, Saturn can become destructive force for them.

Saturn Retrograde

Effects of Retrograde Saturn

This retrogression period can cause unexpected delays and interruptions. Obstacles unthought can spring up taking your priority. The period usually lasts for 4 and half months, during which many feel frustrated and unable to handle hurdles. This is the right time to sit back and reconsider all that one is doing. Its not a proper time to make new starts, but rather learn from the failures in the past and the ones in hand. In individual horoscope, the house that occupied by Saturn will see the effect of retrogression, i.e. that aspect of the life will get affected, along with the general benefic/malefic effect.

Persons with Saturn Retrograde in their birth charts do not like to be known in public, they find security in intellectuals or spirituals. They easily yield to external influences. They appear shy, uneasy, introvert, lacking in self assertion or attempt to cover their lapse with the pretext of arrogance. They feel alone, isolated, separated from their friends and are seldom understood and very reserved.

Some salient aspects of Saturn retrogression are

1) Individual feels they’re never good enough inside( It could be a false alarm)
2) Indulgent outward behavior may mask inner feelings of inadequacy
3) Hides fears

Saturn deals with karma, limits, responsibility, tradition, conservativeness, authorities, long term goals and accomplishments patiently created, taking responsibility, creating structure, and setting boundaries. Once a year the planet Saturn goes into retrograde for about four-and-a-half months. During this influence, one will probably find it unwise to attempt sudden changes or to rush through things. We must take practical steps and accept limitations while we take serious steps toward our long term goals. Saturn retrograde can cause oneself to become our own hardest taskmaster, limiting our actions or leave oneself feeling blocked and pessimistic. .

Saturn retrograde in one’s natal chart, indicates that one is likely to have been abused by those with power over oneself, perhaps having faced unfair situations at home. One may need to declare personal boundaries, to work out conflicts with authority on a karmic scale. One could feel that fate conspires against one’s desires but it’s really oneself putting the brakes on, through feelings of persecution or inhibition in the house where it is placed until we work out how to face doing or confronting whoever or whatever it is that threatens us. Our lesson is one of patience and steady application of hard work as we overcome the impatient urge to cut corners. Everything we gain will be hard won but we will eventually succeed, win the respect of others and actually can shine where we faced difficulties before.

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