In Equal house T Saturn has been in your natal 8th since Virgo 22' and all transits act as background influences until they make a mathamatical aspect to something within your chart or an Angle ie; MC/Asc..I'm concerned about Saturn transiting my 8th house.
How do you handle power? Your desire nature? Intimate relationships? What kind of obsessions and addictions do you have? What are your deep-rooted compulsions? What are your unhealthy attachments? When Saturn transits our eighth house, we feel pressure to answer these questions. Often, at the beginning of the transit, we are very sensitive to what seems like outer world pressures that force us to examine some of our deepest desires and attachments. These include our sexual relationships, our finances (especially with regards to debts and shared finances), and our need for control. Sometimes, Saturn transiting the eighth brings about sexual dysfunctions, whether we encounter these in ourselves or in our partners
I like the equal house system but I don't think it is accurate for everyone. Yep no problem at all For me, I can't imagine Jupiter being in my 4th house, the equal house system doesn't accurately reflect my life. I still believe it is accurate and beneficial for others though. There has been a boost of confidence lately. If this Saturn transit to my 8th house will give me an opportunity to find a job and contribute with relationship finances, I'll be happy. I'm currently unemployed and I don't like the thought of not contributing financially to my relationship. If you do find a job then it will be hard work and not that rewarding
Also I remember you previously mentioned Pluto singletons. I read some information about them, it was very insightful, there should probably be more of an emphasis in astrology on singleton planets. Thank you for your response and thread link.
When life is difficult or "things get bad", it's the planets way of telling us that we need to change......If you recognise (and make) the neccessary changes in your behaviour/outlook that are required at the time of a progression/transit, their related problems will not occur again....By making life much easier for me from ages 30 to 60, does it mean that until I reach the age of 30 life will be difficult?