ASTROLOGY OF 2022: How to plan your Year

 YOUR YEARLY PLANNER 

If you're like many people, you welcome each new calendar year with resolutions, planners, and a big-picture time line for what you'd like to accomplish in the year ahead. If you'd like a little help from astrology, here are the most relevant cycles to keep in mind. 


THE SUN'S ANNUAL CYCLE 

The year itself is based on the Sun's complete journey through the zodiac. The Sun spends about one month in each sign. During the year, keep an eye out for days when the transiting Sun: • Returns to its exact position in your birth chart. This happens once each year within a day on either side of your birthday and is called the Solar Return. 

• Crosses (makes a conjunction to) the angles of your chart—the Ascendant (first house cusp), IC (fourth house cusp), Descendant (seventh house cusp), and Midheaven (tenth house cusp). These are powerful days when there is a good chance of serious movement in your immediate environment (Ascendant), home (IC), relationships (Descendant), and career (Midheaven). (See SOLAR RETURN CHART BASIC : from first house to 12 house ....) 

ECLIPSES

Every six months, the paths of the Sun, Moon, and Earth intersect in exactly the right way and we get a solar eclipse, which is usually accompanied by a lunar eclipse within two weeks before or after. Eclipses fall in a pair of signs for about a year and a half, which means they also affect a pair of houses in your chart. When eclipses occur within about 4 degrees of a conjunction, 
square, or opposition of a natal planet, you'll usually see some kind of crisis or moment of truth in the area of life suggested by that planet. Eclipses have eighteen- and nine-teen-year cycles. 

MAJOR RETROGRADE PERIODS 

The information you'll particularly want to note for your annual planner are periods when Mercury will be retrograde (for about three weeks, three times each year) and when Venus or Mars will be retrograde (this doesn't happen every year). The houses of your birth chart where these transiting retrograde periods take place are especially important, because they describe where you will experience delays, obstacles, and misunderstandings related to communication (Mercury), money and relationships (Venus), and work (Mars). 

JUPITER 

Jupiter transits a sign of the zodiac in about one year. Take note of the signs and houses of your chart that will receive Jupiter's adventurous spirit this year. Approximately every twelve years, transit-ing Jupiter will return to its position in your birth chart, beginning a new twelve-year cycle of adventures and learning. That sounds saccharine, but not all Jupiter adventures feel very happy at the time. That said, Jupiter crossing over the angles of your chart or moving through your Sun's sign, or a sign in which you have many natal planets, can be one of the nicest periods of your life. 


SATURN, URANUS, NEPTUNE, AND PLUTO 

Saturn takes about two and a half years to move through a sign of the zodiac. Always 
keep track of where Saturn is transiting (it will generally be impossible to ignore); it's useful to know if it will change signs or move into a new house of your chart, or make a conjunction, square, or opposition to one or more planets in your birth chart. Likewise, if Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto is changing signs, moving into a new house of your chart, or making a conjunction, square, or opposition to any natal planets, expect some major life changes. 

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SUMMARY: HOW TO PLAN YOUR YEAR 

• Note the dates when the transiting Sun will conjunct your natal Sun, Ascendant, IC, Descendant, and Midheaven. These are dates when your personal charisma is especially strong. • Find where the year's eclipses will fall in your birth chart, by house and by close aspect to natal planets, to discover the areas of  your life where change is likely and necessary this year. • Note the dates when Mercury, Venus, and Mars will be retrograde and plan accordingly 

• Note the sign and current house placement of transiting Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Nep-tune, and Pluto. Also note whether you're experiencing a major aspect from one of these planets to their positions in your birth chart  

• Note the dates of any conjunctions from Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto to an angle of the chart. A month or so on either side of these dates are crucial periods —and some may be among the most important of your life. • Note any aspects between transiting Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, or Pluto and the natal Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, or Mars. 




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