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The Wounded Healer : Chiron

Hello! I'm Fox Redsky, and today we're going to talk about Chiron - the wounded healer in astrology. Chiron is an asteroid discovered in 1977 and is known as the "planet of healing." Its significance in astrology lies in its ability to help individuals understand their deepest wounds and how to heal them.

In mythology, Chiron was a centaur who was known for his wisdom and healing abilities. He was also known for his own personal wound that could not be healed. This made him the perfect embodiment of the wounded healer archetype. In astrology, Chiron represents our deepest emotional and spiritual wounds and how we can use them to help others. Chiron's placement in our natal chart can indicate where our deepest wounds lie and how we can use those wounds to help others. It also represents the areas of our lives where we may feel inadequate or unhealed. The placement of Chiron in our chart can also indicate the type of healing that we need to receive in order to move forward and live a more fulfilling life.

One important aspect of Chiron in astrology is its position in relation to our Saturn placement. Saturn represents our challenges, limitations, and the lessons we need to learn in this lifetime. When Chiron and Saturn are in conjunction, it can represent a time when we are forced to face our deepest wounds and limitations. This can be a difficult period in our lives, but it also presents an opportunity for growth and healing. Another important aspect of Chiron is its placement in relation to our Venus placement. Venus represents love, beauty, and pleasure. When Chiron and Venus are in conjunction, it can indicate that our deepest wounds are related to love and relationships. This placement can also indicate that we have a tendency to attract partners who may exacerbate our wounds.

However, it's important to note that Chiron isn't all about the negative aspects of our lives. It also represents the potential for healing and growth. By acknowledging our wounds and working through them, we have the ability to become the wounded healer and use our experiences to help others.

There are several ways to work with Chiron in order to heal our wounds. One way is through therapy or counseling, where we can explore our deepest wounds and learn healthy ways to cope with them. Another way is through energy healing, such as reiki or acupuncture, which can help us release emotional blockages and promote healing. In conclusion, Chiron represents our deepest wounds and how we can use them to help others. Its placement in our natal chart can indicate where we need healing and how we can achieve it. By working through our wounds and becoming the wounded healer, we have the potential to live a more fulfilling and purposeful life. Remember, the wound is where the light enters, so embrace your wounds and use them to heal yourself and others.

Fox RedSky

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