Astrology

Jupiter Transits to Pluto

Jupiter PlutoWhen Jupiter transits natal Pluto the desire for growth and expansion influences how you use your inner power and how you evolve on a deep unconscious level. Jupiter represents the aspiration to improve your life and expand into new experiences by broadening your horizons.

When Jupiter transits Pluto it expands your unconscious depths so it’s hard to know exactly what will come up. Whatever has been hidden in the subconscious could resurface now and you will have to confront it. This doesn’t have to be a difficult process. Many of the things we repress are positive. Whatever happens you’ll have the opportunity to find out more about how you use your inner resources and your personal power will be increased, improved and expanded.

This is a good time for working towards any kind of self-improvement. Jupiter can free you from blockages in your subconscious that stop you from living a full and happy life. However transits to Pluto might not feel that personal unless your natal Pluto is in aspect to personal planets in your chart. Whatever aspects Pluto forms will also be triggered by these transits, so any area where you tend to be unconscious or obsessive could be emphasised now. You may find yourself overreacting to something because it has triggered an old memory from childhood.

Listen to your intuition, which should be heightened now, and you will know what changes you need to make. You may also have more psychic experiences now because your consciousness is expanded downwards allowing unconscious elements to rise to the surface. So this is a good time to bring to the surface and face the darker side of your nature. Jupiter can help you to understand and improve some of your darker or more difficult tendencies.

On the positive side, this is a time for making creative and transformative changes to your life. You could regenerate yourself through religious or spiritual activities, or through gaining power in some way. Your sense of ambition will be heightened and you may want to get involved in rebuilding or restoring something that has become broken down.

If you do gain power during these transits it’s important to ask yourself how you want to use that power. Do you want to change things just for yourself, or for others? If you try to use your power just for yourself, you may find it doesn’t last much longer than these transits. You will benefit most if you can align your ambitions with the interests of others. When Jupiter transits opposite Pluto it can indicate a peak of personal success, but if you’re too ruthless or selfish you could find others try to oppose you. Don’t cut corners or think you can get away with doing whatever you want. You can expand your personal goals most effectively if you work with others rather than against them.

Possibilities with Jupiter transiting Pluto:
  • Spiritual transformation
  • Attaining a position of power
  • Increased personal freedom and ambition
  • Making positive changes in your life
  • Professional success
  • Increased personal resources
Watch out for:
  • Compulsive behaviour
  • Obsessive thought patterns or behaviour
  • Power struggles with the authorities
  • Ruthlessness

This can be a transformative time. As you make positive changes within, you’ll find your external life also transforms. It could be a time of spiritual rebirth and growth, and represents the perfect time to share what you have learned or accumulated in terms of inner riches and resources.

References:

  • Exploring Jupiter – Stephen Arroyo
  • Planets in Transit – Robert Hand
  • Transits – Betty Lundsted
More Planets: SunMoonMercuryVenusMarsJupiterSaturnUranusNeptune – Pluto
Browse: Jupiter Transits in Houses

 

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