SUN SEXTILE or TRINE SATURN In Your Yearly Solar Return

 When the Sun is sextile or trine Saturn in the solar return chart, it implies a sense of structure that is supportive and opportunistic. 
You may reap what you have sown in the past. The harder you have worked, the more likely a reward. Your ability to handle present issues in a positive and timely manner creates stability and progress. The productive characteristics associated with Saturn include persistence, patience, organization, practicality, and realistic expectations. When your behavior is consistent with these beneficial traits, self-mastery and advancement result. 

When you shirk responsibility and do not put forth the effort, little if any progress is made, and opportunities wither. Even though the Sun is sextile or trine Saturn and these are fortunate aspects, nothing is given, and everything is earned. Saturn has been called "the great teacher" of the zodiac, and a tough teacher at that. Accept responsibility for your life, appreciate how far you have come, and work toward further success. 

That is the lesson to be learned this Solar Return year. 

When the Sun sextiles or trines Saturn, assess your progress and determine the next stage of development. 
Your perceptions of existing conditions are essential in forming long-range plans for the future. Even if this is a Solar Return year of completion, ask yourself, "What's next?" You must be both realistic and patient in your assessment of options. It is common to be involved with a major project or task during the year that requires much of your attention. Use your skills and talents in a productive manner while developing expertise needed for the future.


COMPOSITE CHART READING for Potential Partnership

 Potential Partnership with Success and High Achievement in Composite Chart. Composite Chart Vs Synastry Composite charts and synastry are two different approaches used in astrology to analyze and understand the dynamics of relationships, whether they are romantic, familial, or professional. Both methods involve comparing the birth charts of two individuals, but they focus on different aspects of the relationship.