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What can we expect during the Saturn Retrograde?

This week, we’ve entered a Saturn Retrograde, which is going to last until 13th August 2016. You might know about a few Retrogrades, such as Mercury’s but you should know about Saturn’s since it’s going to get interesting. Retrogrades happen when a planet appears to be moving backwards and when they are doing this, it can create changes in our lives. Plans might be delayed or mixed up, making people feel negativity surrounding their lives. We’re going to break down this Saturn Retrograde, so you know what to expect!

What the planet represents

  • Saturn rules travel, and it’s also the ruling planet of star signs Capricorn and Aquarius.
  • The Saturn God was known to be as a leader of peace and wealth who brought harmony to people around him.
  • Due to its connection to security, there’s influence towards money during it’s time in Retrograde.

What we can expect during the Saturn Retrograde

Due to Saturn linking to security, money and property, it’s important we don’t make hasty decisions when it comes to finances. If we are too careless, we can see a negative change where we can’t support our lives properly. If you decide to buy an expensive property or rent a luxurious flat, make sure you can afford it. If you go way over a budget, it means your everyday life will be affected. The emergency money you had to protect you against problems could all of a sudden be spent on this extra amount of money for your home. Instead of going overboard, take this time to plan a budget, so you don’t land yourself in hot water.

When is the next Saturn Retrograde?

The next Saturn Retrograde takes place 6th April 2017 and lasts until 25th August 2017. It does last for roughly five months, but that doesn’t mean you can’t plan to move home or put your money towards something that will improve your life. Instead, it’s just telling you to be careful not to spend unnecessarily on luxuries you don’t need for a happy life.

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