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Today, we continue our exploration of the upcoming Jupiter-Uranus conjunction in April 2024, focusing on its potential for personal growth and development. While we touched on historical examples of this transit yesterday, today's focus shifts to how it can impact us on an individual level. We'll discuss three major Jupiter-Uranus themes and three key factors in your natal chart that could indicate how significantly this transit might influence your personal journey, moving beyond general predictions to a more personalized astrological experience.
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Hey everyone, this is Adam Elenbaas from Nightlight Astrology. Today, we are going to continue our exploration of the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction that is coming up in April of 2024. Yesterday, we started off by looking at several historical examples that nicely illustrate the Jupiter-Uranus dynamic. So, you might want to start with that one, but you don't have to.
Today, we will be looking at the Jupiter-Uranus dynamic from several more angles, including some personal stories and examples that I've seen from my client practice. The purpose of this is to help us prepare for what is arguably the biggest transit of the year ahead and have some fun with it. So that is our goal for today.
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As you guys know, I've been sharing something of my values as an astrologer with you every day as a way of knowing what goes into this channel and, therefore, what you're supporting when you pitch into the Kickstarter.
Today, I want to talk about three beliefs that I have about success in astrology. I'm not some guru on success in astrology, broadly speaking. Do you know what I mean? How do I define success in my own career as an astrologer through school, through clients, and through creative content five days a week on YouTube? What are my goals? Or how do I orient myself, you know, with respect to my career and how I define success in my career?
Number one is that, for me, success is rooted in a heart-centered approach, not a success-centered approach. In other words, I mean, I'm a human being; of course, I want to be successful, but I've learned that wanting success is like putting the cart before the horse. What I really want and what I've learned, and really, the most valuable thing I've learned from all of my various spiritual practices and experiences in life, is that success is a byproduct of loving what you do. If you love what you do, and you just keep doing what you love, and you come from the heart and doing what you love, the people that I've noticed, or that I would say are successful first and foremost, are loving what they do and coming from the heart in the way that they do it.
I think that if I do that, I feel successful, and that's more important than if I have the world's biggest YouTube channel or if how my numbers compared to any other YouTube channel numbers, or you know how many clients I have, or how many students I have or whatever or if I win awards that, you know, conferences or you know, that kind of thing.
To me, you know, the measure of my success is, first and foremost, on a daily basis. Did I have a heart-centered conversation with a client? Did I teach from the heart in my classes? Did I create content that came from my heart? It's like, it's like my kids, you know, they come up and they show me their artwork. They're so excited. This is look at what I made, you know? Yes, that's beautiful. That's what I'm looking for. Look at what I made, guys. Here's my Jupiter-Uranus video that I liked what I made. Do you like it?
I'm super excited, and I love, and I've poured love and enthusiasm into what I've made, and other people experience something of that, and they enjoy it, and it sparks heart to heart connections and over a topic like astrology that I love. That's my success, and I'm very content for the numbers or the growth or whatever in any other area to come as it comes, so long as that part isn't broken, right? Because that's the part where I actually enjoy what I do, and that's the best reward. You know.
Anyway, that's the first principle of success in my practice. Am I coming from the heart today? It's not every day, like some days are just dingers, you know, but in my company from the heart that I create from the heart, as a teacher, as a reader, as a content creator, if so, that's my success, let the rest take care of itself on its own.
Two. Success is rooted in cooperation, not competition; I cannot sit back and look at and compare myself to how other astrologers are doing, or how successful they are, how many likes or subscribers they have, or, and I, there's lots of astrologers I really love. But I have learned fundamentally that my ego gets up to no good, and it will affect the content; it'll affect the classes, it will affect anything I do if I start focusing on what other people are doing or wishing that I was somewhere or someone that I'm not.
So I have a kind of, I don't know, it's so cheesy, but I have that mindset that there's like, there's enough for everybody, there's enough for there to be many talented, creative people, and there's enough people out there that the people who like my work, who want to study with me want to get readings with me who want to subscribe to my channel, they will, so long as I come from the heart and not make it about success, but make it about creativity and, and you know, enthusiasm for what I'm doing and then I also have to make sure that I'm not looking around trying to figure out how I compare or you know, compared to other people is really important. I have to keep that out because anytime that I've ever done it, it's really toxic.
Number three is success is rooted in whether or not you help others to be successful. I used to love the Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan, and I loved how as he progressed in his career, he just made all the players around him better.
Success for me, fundamentally, is why other people come into contact with me as an astrologer on whatever level: client, student audience, listening to the content, etc. Do they feel like their astrological, their astrological game has been elevated? Do you feel like you learned something about astrology? Do you feel like you have something of creative value? Were you interested? Did you have fun listening to it? Was it entertaining? Did it lift you up?
For students, Did you feel like you had an ally? Did you feel like you had a program that built you up and gave you confidence? Did you feel? You know we want to do the donation-based clinic with the success of the Kickstarter; let's build up more astrologers because when you when fundamentally, the coolest people in the world are people who love what they do, and if you come into contact with them, it's like they're just they're willing to share it. They want to just pour it out and be like, and you can love astrology, and you can love astrology, and you get love astrology, like Oprah.
Anyway, I want the love that I have for astrology to be contagious, and I want other people to share in the feeling of being empowered through this knowledge that that you can love it, you can be good at it, that you can have support that you have an ally that you have a friend that you have a resource to go to in the astrological world if I'm doing that well then that to me means I'm being I'm finding some success. So those are the values that go into it.
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All right, so today, we are continuing our exploration of the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction that is happening in April of 2024. We're talking about why this is arguably the biggest transit of the next year. Yesterday, we began by talking about some of the historical examples of Jupiter-Uranus in Taurus, what made them special, and some of the ways that we can look at history for an understanding of the Jupiter-Uranus archetype which today we are going to explore from a more personal standpoint. As you guys know, on my channel, I mostly focus on the archetypes as vehicles for personal growth and development. I am not much of a mundane astrologer.
So occasionally, I do like to pluck events from historical timelines as a way of illustrating the archetypes which I find very useful. But I have no big predictions to make about, you know, what's going to happen collectively, historically, politically that kind of thing with this transit other than to say that some interesting things have certainly coincided with previous Jupiter-Uranus transit, so you know, get out your popcorn, I guess, but when it comes to the personal level of this transit today.
What I want to do is talk about three major Jupiter Uranus themes, and then I want to talk about three things that will make the transit pop in your natal chart. Because some people are going to hear about this transit, they're gonna go, oh my god, you know, it's like, it's I don't know, it's like a, it's like a lottery ticket you're hoping is going to, you know, is going to win big because it's a transit that gets people sparkly-eyed. However, this is not going to affect everyone in the same way, and there are three things that you can watch for in your chart that will help you, you know, kind of identify whether or not it's likely to make a really big splash in your own life.
So, I'll go over some of those things. Now, that doesn't mean that if you don't have one of these things that, nothing is going to happen. It just means that there are gradations, or there are certain considerations that we take into account in order to determine how loud or how bright the transit might be for each individual person. So I'll go over some of those today, and then I want to tell you five stories from my client practice that I dug up in order to illustrate what happens when transiting Uranus makes an aspect to Natal Jupiter, which will express in terms of the exact same archetypal qualities that we're going to discuss it today at the beginning of today's talk.
These client stories there are a lot more that I could have shared, and I will also try to most of the client stories that I chose; let's just put it this way: they are very, very, very positive sort of loud and bright examples. But I do that not to guarantee that that kind of thing is going to happen to every person but to illustrate what it's like when you have a Jupiter-Uranus conjunction that's speaking very loudly and in some of the most dramatic and obvious archetypal ways that astrologers talk about. So we'll get on to that at the end.
So anyway, that's what we're doing today. Let's go; let's start with three major Jupiter Uranus themes, and actually, before I do that, we should. Let's go ahead, and we'll put the real-time clock up on the screen; I have highlighted here the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction in Taurus on April 20, 2024.
If you take the three-degree engagement range that ancient astrologers used, you'll take this to about the beginning of April and into about the middle of May, as the period of time in which the transit will be sort of loudest. So you know, just say, April and May are definitely riding on the wave of this archetypal combination. So, what are these themes?
The number one theme, and these are in no order like this, is the most powerful or the most common or something; they're just three themes in general.
Number one on my list is the turning of the tide or the breaking of the dawn. I use the example of the Lord of the Rings; where have you ever seen the movie? There's this moment where the, you know, the odds are stacked against the Allies of Middle Earth, and the orcs are attacking, and Helm's Deep, this fortress that they're in, and it looks pretty hopeless, and Gandalf shows up as the dawn is breaking and he comes pouring over the hill with all of these riders, and they come down in the tide of the battle turns.
That is a very Jupiter-Uranus moment insofar as Jupiter-Uranus conjunctions seem to, you know, it's funny because one of the things that happens, we may not even realize that we're in the midst of some kind of dark night, dark night of the soul. Or we might not feel as though we're in the midst of a battle because it's so mundane.
That's like the most mundane battle we face is, the battle of the daily basic grind. You know, it's doing the same thing every day and trying to feel joyful. Because a lot of us are creatures of habit, we have to go to jobs, we have kids, whatever. Routine is a slow killer of the soul for a lot of us, and that's the battle we're facing. We're facing a lack of inspiration, or we're facing the slow, gradual wearing down of our enthusiasm for life itself. We might be facing the slow feeling of futility or boredom; we might be facing the slow grinding of our gears to the point where we just don't feel like we even care that much about our spirituality.
These things happen in a much less dramatic, much slower, and sort of it's like death by a million paper cuts kind of struggle that we're facing. I find that that is usually the battle, and Jupiter-Uranus comes as a turning of the tide in that very mundane way, and what it does is that suddenly, the light breaks open, and all of a sudden, we find that we have inspiration again.
We have hope. We have enthusiasm, we have excitement, something has captured our hearts and our imaginations, and it feels as though the tide is turning, the dawn is breaking, and maybe we didn't even know because of that slow, gradual death by a million paper cuts, we didn't even know that we were in a dark place, or in a boring place. We couldn't, we didn't even, we couldn't even tell. We were lulled to sleep, and we couldn't even tell that the fire had died down. Jupiter-Uranus comes along and gets thrown on the fire; some friends show up, someone's got a guitar, there's apple cider, you know, suddenly the spirit is in the air.
Jupiter-Uranus is amazing in the way that it can show up and bring life back into our hearts, into our minds, into our relationships, into our work, and into our vision for the future. Oh, my God, I didn't even have a sense of it, you know, there was nothing exciting on the horizon. Now, suddenly, you know, a rainbow has appeared, and there is a sense of hope returning.
Now, that does not mean that something specific is going to happen to make everything right or to pull you out of every last difficulty in your life. But it can be remembered conjunctions are the starting of a new cycle. This Jupiter Uranus cycle takes, you know, 14 years or so at times to come around again. So this is a cycle of inspiration that we haven't had for a long time, and it's starting fresh all over again.
In some area of our birth chart, of course, relatively speaking, it may plant itself in one area of our lives and start developing there more than another. But this is the beginning of something that can start to provide us with a new vision, A new hope, a sense of breakthrough, and again, I think of the turning of the tide, a change of momentum, the breaking of the dawn.
If it's been a dark day, then suddenly the clouds are opening, and the sun is shining through, and there's that feeling of like, ah, oh, my God, yeah, it's been like cloudy for like five days, and I just, I didn't even realize that I was sort of put to sleep by it and now the dawn is breaking, and I can feel like the spirit coming in and enlivening everything, freeing things up.
So this is characteristic of the Jupiter-Uranus experience, and it doesn't really matter. I mean, it does. But it's not as important what type of aspect it is. We start with the idea that this combination brings this kind of experience in general, and then we know that it's the seeding of a new cycle because it's a conjunction, so it's quite powerful in that sense.
But the other thing you have to remember about the seeding of any cycle is that just like a pregnant woman doesn't know that she's pregnant for a little while, she may not, she may have to miss her period, she then takes a test maybe a couple of days at will to guess nowadays, you can take it before you even miss your period, the tests or whatever, but you get what I'm saying.
It's like, you may not even know, and then the world doesn't even see that you're pregnant for a while, you know, most people wait till it's a little bit safer into the first trimester or whatever, and then the woman starts showing to the world, and so that gestational period is part of what's indicated by a Jupiter-Uranus conjunction, the light may break, the dawn may break, the tide may turn, but it's going to take a while for that seed that's being planted to bear fruit.
You have to keep that in mind because people will be really impatient, and they'll develop too much expectation around the Jupiter-Uranus conjunction, thinking that on that day, right at that time, everything is gonna fall into place, no a seed will be planted, and you can feel a sense of revolution in the air and opening and possibility, but it does take a while with the conjunction to express itself. So give it time.
Number two is the rapid, sudden, surprising openings and expansion that takes place. This could be intellectually or spiritually; you have a very rapid period of accelerated growth. Intellectually, you start to understand something, and you start to dive into astrology.
I remember quite vividly when, well, I'll share the story, but I'm gonna come around to some stories later, but it was a Jupiter-Uranus contact in my own natal chart that came about when I launched my astrology career, for example. There is an enthusiasm and a passion. That is, it's like rocket fuel. Suddenly, it's just; if you're into human design, if you're into Tarot, if you're into whatever it is yoga or any kind of spiritual discipline, you'll find that you are through that spiritual practice or interest that you are rapidly growing and developing and changing.
So, it has almost like a sudden, random mutation effect in an evolutionary sense. There's a way in which we are surprised and almost shocked by how quickly something is opening and expanding and that could be something subtle and psychological, emotional, it could be relational. It could be intellectual, or philosophical, or spiritual. It could be professional financial. It could be openings around home or family, developments in your romantic relationship, or developments in a partner's life.
But notice the quality, rapid, sudden, surprising and then that's the Uranian themes paired with the kind of optimistic opening and expanding of Jupiter. These are both in Venus ruled signs to so in Taurus, right.
So think also about things that are bodily, that are sensual, that are physical, that are maybe a little romantic and earthy, embodied, biological, agricultural, concern or interest in, in pleasure, comfort, maybe even like, sort of wealth or not in a super materialistic way. I don't want to go down that path, but like, sort of that quality of abundance, like what makes for an abundant, secure, peaceful way of life?
Not just in general but sometimes more specifically in what, like, How can I optimize the feeling of stability, pleasure, peacefulness, ease, security, abundance, at work, in love, or in some area. But watch for these qualities that there's it's like lightning, but rather than the tower card, it's like lightning bolts that drop that are like striking with rainbows, like rainbow lightning strikes.
So, number three, beneficial connections, unexpected epiphanies, and moments of profound liberation. Where there is stuck, stagnant, stubborn energy, you will find that there is a sudden willingness to move, expand, change, or evolve or get unstuck, and that is profoundly liberating and often quite unexpected.
Then, you see beneficial connections. Jupiter-Uranus strikes like lightning and connects us with benefactors. One of the meanings of the benefic designation of Jupiter in ancient astrology had to do with Jupiter rejoicing in the 11th house, which was called the House of good spirits and allies. So, beneficial connections with positive people that help us to get where we're going that share aspirations in common with us.
Another story I'll share is when Uranus was in Aries, and it was opposing my own Jupiter in Libra. Ashley and I met and launched our yoga studio, Skyhouse Yoga. That whole period, the back and forth of Uranus to my natal Jupiter, many times over, like three or four times it went back and forth, was the period in which we met, started working together, started dating, and then moved in and launched a yoga studio out of a house, which was really cool. It's called Sky House Yoga.
It is really interesting how you'll meet; it could be a friend, it could be a lover, it could be a business partner, it could be both. But the positive, beneficial connections with other human beings that share similar hopes, dreams, visions of progress, you know, is one of the wonderful things about Jupiter-Uranus, the beneficial connections that you make, even just to friends that are going to be closer to like a forever friend.
Unexpected epiphanies, moments where you just suddenly become aware of something, maybe it's an unconscious little blind spot within yourself, or it's some kind of shadow material, and suddenly you're just like, oh, wow, I see this so clearly, unexpected epiphanies can come by way of psychedelic experiences, mystical experiences, altered states of consciousness, profound moments of breakthrough in healing or therapy of any kind of any modality whatsoever. Moments where you've felt really stuck or held back by something heavy, something weighty, a responsibility, something that's made you feel restricted.
Jupiter-Uranus is great for making you feel unrestricted and free. These are some of the brightest and most exciting qualities of Jupiter and Uranus. But remember, the seeding of the Jupiter-Uranus dynamic does not happen all at once, in the same way that conception does not mean birth. Right. It's a seeding period that will take time to gestate; we have to learn how to see things in a process-oriented manner with slow-moving outer planetary connections.
Otherwise, we will always be disappointed and astrologers who amp the description of the transits up without making sure we talk about the process-oriented nature of the trends that are setting people up to be like man that astrology over promises and under delivers. So remember, that's the thing, it's going to it's planting a seed this spring, and these qualities are part of that seed.
Some of them may have come very quickly, and some of them may come in time. But watch for what's happening around that time. Because what's happening is like the byproduct of the seating, if you want to know what the seat is about, watch what's happening around that time, and you'll get a feeling for it, and there probably will be some moments that you could describe in just these ways that will also happen around that time. But just to temper our expectations a little bit.
So, there are three things that make the transit pop that you can pay attention to in your natal chart. Number one is angularity, which is Taurus, your first, fourth, seventh, or 10th whole sign house. That's really important because when the transit is angular, you tend to experience it as a more dynamic sort of loud, vocal, strong archetypal event in your life. If not, it doesn't mean it's a nothing burger. But that's like one consideration is that angularity will typically make it louder. If you're a Fixed sign rising, then you've got this in one of your angles.
Number two, conjunction or aspect to Natal planet conjunction being the most powerful if the Jupiter Uranus dynamic, which is around 21 degrees of Taurus, happens to be conjoined within three degrees to a natal planet, say from 19 to about 24 or 25 Taurus, then you're in business that that's going to be pretty loud.
If it opposes something in Scorpio or squares, something in Aquarius or Leo around those same degrees, you're also in business; it's going to be a little louder. If it's trining something in Capricorn or Virgo a little bit louder and, then you could look at the sextiles as well to Pisces or Cancer around the 21st degree; I would want it to be pretty exact with the sextile because they're not super loud aspects in general.
Then I would say that if you've if you have any kind of aspect to Natal planets, you want to look at the significations of the natal planet, the house had sand or the houses that it rules by you know topically to think those are the topics that are going to be activated and will likely connect to the archetypes of Jupiter Uranus that we've described today.
Number three would be, you know, just being in the habit of tracking transits. If you're someone who pays attention to transits and looks and watches for the signs in the sky manifesting in your life, you are in the habit that is going to lead you to you. You'll be more likely to appreciate and notice the transit showing up in your life. It's just a simple truth that if you don't really pay attention to it, you don't have to have a journal, but I recommend a journal or even just a way like people or places where you can reflect upon the transit.
This is why I highly recommend, by the way, our Roots and Spheres course, which starts in January, which is a monthly Moon circle, where we track the transits of the month together; we also diet plants that work well with the energies of the month, that's a great place because then you're being encouraged to do different kinds of journaling and rituals and, and you're meeting and community to discuss and share your experiences of the transit and that is a way that will heighten your sensitivity.
You can pick that up, by the way, through the Kickstarter if you want. It's on sale there through the Kickstarter, which begins in January. The full price will be on the website in January, but you get a pretty good discount of a couple of $100 off through the Kickstarter. So check it out.
But anyway, being in the habit of tracking your transits is a great idea. Because then you're going to notice things, anything, any astrological event is going to be a little bit more apparent. In the same way that if you're someone who does meditation, you're going to notice when your breath is starting to increase, and you're getting anxious, and the style or the nature of your breathing is changing. You'll notice it more because you're someone who's taught yourself to notice your breathing.
It's the same thing with astrological transits. If you don't take time to reflect upon what ends up happening, and you only just take in the information and then just kind of think about what may or may not happen to you and get excited or depressed if good or bad things happen or don't happen or whatever. If that's the only level at which we engage. It's much harder to actually track transits because transits aren't just about telling us are we going to get something we want or get something we don't want.
They're about helping us develop a reflective relationship with life and experience itself. If we don't engage with astrology in that way, it's actually a lot harder to notice and receive the gifts of the transit. So my humble advice is to, you know, be in something of a habit of tracking your transits even if it's just listening to this channel regularly, and it helps you to be in a reflective practice. That's plenty.
Okay, anyway, there are five stories that I want to share with you from client practice. These are transits of, well, we should say, transiting Uranus in the sky, making a conjunction square or opposition to a natal Jupiter. So when that happens, here are five stories that I plucked from my client practice. I sort of made them anonymous and shifted a little bit of the details to make sure that we protect anonymity. But these are the stories.
Now, there's a lot more of them. So, like I said, I kind of cherry-picked because you always have to do that if you want to illustrate. Okay, these stories, really, are great examples of the archetypes we're talking about today. You know, some, I have lots of clients whose stories haven't been as vivid or sparkly or whatever. So it's important to note that, like, not everyone experiences a Uranus transit in, like, some kind of cosmic lottery that you've won or whatever. But anyway, here they are.
Number one client was inspired by a travel abroad experience to return to graduate school and change career paths. It might sound like a simple thing, but this person had a travel experience in a different country, a different culture, that had made a significant impact on their heart and on their mind, and what they did with that experience was they realized I want to change careers, and so they went back to school.
That is exactly what we're talking about. The turning of the tide, rapid, sudden openings, unexpected epiphanies, moments of profound liberation, this person felt stuck in their career, suddenly, they felt inspired again, they had a clearer sense of a different direction, they wanted to go in the opportunity presented itself to go back to graduate school and off they went.
Number two, a client had their first psychedelic experience into adulthood. But this is not like this is someone who's well into adulthood; the client had their first psychedelic experience and decided to join a yoga teacher training program for personal development, and that might sound like a simple thing, kind of a cliched thing, like, you know, everyone takes yoga teacher training programs or something. But, as someone who, with Ashley, led many yoga teacher training programs at our yoga studio, I can tell you that for many people who go through a yoga teacher training program, essentially, what they're doing is they are downloading a life practice and a spiritual, a toolkit spiritually that will be there with them for the rest of their life and many people do it not to be professionals, but to just change and grow spiritually, and to give themselves a set of tools that they can use for the rest of their lives.
So for this person, this was a profound moment of spiritual awakening through a ceremonial psychedelic experience, which they never thought they would do something like that, you know, so it was like a big deal for them, and then all of a sudden, they're doing yoga and off they are to the New Age circus. Welcome. Welcome. We're all a strange and kooky bunch, and you are quite welcome here. So anyway, this was a really big opening for this individual, and I think it was super characteristic of Uranus transiting their natal Jupiter.
Number three, the client's husband got a major promotion, and their income suddenly skyrocketed. I thought this was interesting because this was Uranus transiting in an opposition from their second house to Jupiter in their eighth, so that financial axis and it pinging into the area of spouse or husband's financial dynamics in the eighth right, so you're in its opposite Jupiter husband gets a major promotion, and they go their income goes way up dramatically.
It's nice, you know, it doesn't happen like that all the time. But that's a great example where there's a sudden opening, a rapid, sudden period of growth and expansion; this one happened to be financial; it wasn't even for them; it was for their spouse's career, but that's pinging off from a Jupiter in the eighth.
Number four, the client's very challenging father, who had been an alcoholic and overall not a great presence in their life for a variety of reasons, died during this transit. This was to a Jupiter in the fourth, which is a place of home, family, and parents, and in ancient astrology, the fourth was also often given to the father. So this was a Uranus opposition, but it was again to a Jupiter in the fourth house, and they experienced this as that they described it as the single biggest relief of their life felt like a brand new person, not because they wish anything bad upon their father, but because sometimes that's what happens when people in our lives paths who carry we carry very heavy relationships with you know, an ancestral and family karma when they pass sometimes with no malice in our hearts it still feels like a big relief.
I see that quite frequently from clients, even like parents whom they completely love and are very sad to see go, but maybe they've been caretaking for a long time; you know, it can still feel like you're sitting down across that you've been carrying. That's actually another way of describing Jupiter-Uranus will be like let's lay down this cross that we've been carrying it's it's time for relief and release.
Number five, a client with a long series of poor relationship choices finally met someone stable and sober with similar spiritual values that they ended up marrying. Now, I think this is interesting because Jupiter-Uranus can also mark the breakthrough in a karmic pattern; I've been doing something the same old way and getting stuck in the same old ways because of my own, you know, unconscious material, so to speak, my own shadow and the karmic circuitry is being broken open and a new pattern is starting and there's a kind of liberation or release from an old cycle of like karmic bondage, fantastic expression of Uranus to Jupiter in the natal chart. So those that happened to be a very positive experience for that client.
Anyway, these are, I think, again, pretty typical stories. I see a lot of stories like this when you have Jupiter-Uranus interactions in a natal chart, though transiting Uranus to natal Jupiter seems to be stronger than transiting Jupiter to natal Uranus, for whatever reason, I haven't noticed; it just doesn't seem to pop as much, at least in my experience. But that's not a rule or anything; I'm just telling you what I've seen. So I hope that this is useful for you today.
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