Chiron and Venus
Apr 23, 2019 at 3 Aries 30
Feb 10, 2020 at 2 Aries 56
Mar 28, 2021 at 8 Aries 49
May 15, 2022 at 14 Aries 44
Mar 03, 2023 at 13 Aries 59
Apr 21, 2024 at 20 Aries 59
Jun 1, 2025 at 25 Aries 44
When Venus and Chiron connect in Aries it helps to initiate new forms of fierce feminine compassion to heal past wounds and traumas in the feminine psyche.
This type of Chironic healing is similar to the mythic understanding of the Philosopher’s Stone, or the stone of alchemy, or the elixir of life.
Inasmuch as alchemy was concerned not only with the search for a method of upgrading less valuable metals but also of perfecting the human soul, the philosopher’s stone was thought to cure illnesses, prolong life, and bring about spiritual revitalization. The philosopher’s stone, described variously, was sometimes said to be a common substance, found everywhere but unrecognized and unappreciated.” (Encyc. Brit., 15th ed., 1976 http://www.quackgrass.com/stone.html)
The Philosopher’s Stone and Alchemy
This common substance is expressed as our thoughts, feelings and beliefs. When understood and applied wisely our thoughts, beliefs and feelings are the elixirs that heal all our ills.
Through the shamanic healing possible when Chiron and Venus are together feminine wounds of the past that include women not being as valuable as men. The Aries Wild Woman is the one who can truly help transform the old world view that has enslaved humanity through fear and the belief that we (especially the feminine) are not good enough the way we are and must somehow prove ourselves to a judgmental vengeful supreme being.
At we continue to witness the collapse of the old structures and institutions (economic, political, educational and religious structures) that were designed to create greater fear and condemnation of what we do not understand, perhaps it is possible to envision the restoration of the common good and justice for all.
Releasing and Transforming Condemnation
What do you condemn within yourself and others including the governmental structures, the religious structures, the wars, hunger, disease, pollution, big corporations, or anything else? If you find condemnation within, then practicing forgiveness and acceptance transforms these old forms and liberates the energy that has been trapped in them for many eons of time.
“We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses.” Carl Gustav Jung
Releasing judgment and condemnation has the potential to not only attract but also produce experiences of joy, abundance and prosperity while also revitalizing every aspect of our being. We all carry the ability to source these mysteries within ourselves once we transform the wounds and conditioning that have prevented us from remembering our true divine nature.
It begins with learning how too deeply and completely love and accept ourselves no matter what we might think, feel and judge about who we are.
It is about practicing Being with what IS and allowing ourselves to feel what we feel including anger, hurt, jealousy, grief, depression, confusion, and any number of feelings that fall outside the spectrum of acceptable feelings.
This does not mean it is okay to express these feelings to others in ways that are harmful or hurtful. Rather it is about finding responsible ways to be with our feelings without having to change them, fix them or make them be different than what they are.
Acceptance is a necessary step for true transformation or alchemy to occur.