[2020 Prep Series] Saturn, the Lord of Time & Mastery
An Interview with Jungian Analyst and Astrologer ShereneVismaya
This Week’s Luminary Sherene Vismaya
Astrologer Sherene Vismaya started weaving Astrology into her Psychoanalytic Practice way before it was popular. Doing so allows her to glimpse at a snapshot of her client’s soul and psyche which in turn gives her clients the gift of healing much faster.
In this episode, Shereen is revealing some of the deeper mysteries of working with Saturn and how you can transform your relationship with Saturn from one of fear to one of reverence. She gets into the nitty-gritty of the two biggest Saturn transits in our lifespan. During these transits, Saturn offers us an unmistakable reality check on how aligned or off-path you may be with your given purpose. The actions you take with this view will depict the role Saturn plays in your life at that time—as an ally or opponent.
In her words, if you’re committed, dedicated, and humble, Saturn will lift you up like a child instead of dragging you down like a stone.
Shereen gives the inside scoop on how to take back your inner Saturn, become the author of your life and live from your inner authority. She gives strategic tips or working with the Saturn energy for a much more aligned life, the one you were born to live.
If you fear or love Saturn, you’re in for a treat with this episode!
This podcast made me think about where Saturn was the day I expressed to my ex-husband that I wanted a divorce. Saturn had returned, and it was 3 degrees away from my natal Saturn. I feel like that’s very typical of a Saturn Return. Turns out I’m a bit of cliché. Lol.
Oh I so identify with you both. I too am a Saturnian lady, needing to maximize my time, rarely read fiction and never watch TV. I found this so interesting as around18 months ago Saturn crossed my ASC and a few days after the Saturn / Pluto conjunction I have my second Saturn Return. I so appreciated your insights on both of these transits. Thank you.
Wholesome podcast as always with Sherene. And about the sidetracking, it’s always fun to follow any and every genuine thought tangent Amanda or anyone goes off on! I love it, makes this podcast sound less like hosts and guests and more like friends spending some quality time together. In fact, what makes it especially good imo is whenever Amanda uses examples from her own life situations to further elucidate current energies. I know it can be particularly tough to share situations around Saturn as he brings out the fear and trepidation in everyone, but that’s what makes it all the more valuable when you share real-life experiences, so thank you for that. Also, LOVE our boi Saturn, bad rap and all!
I truly enjoyed this Hub. I’m so excited for what’s to come next week. Thank you so much for this opportunity to learn and grow.