When Saturn is retrograde, there is a tendency to agree to do things that you probably should say no to.
I want you to write down the following period in your day planner. Do NOT say yes to things or make big money moves when Saturn retrograde will square Neptune in Pisces; June 5- June 18. You will surely make a big mistake here and will pay heavily. There is something you are not seeing clearly.
Best Ways to Use The Period MARCH 25 through AUGUST 13
Between now and August 13, you should review your life and commitments as well as projects already started. A review is a must before you can move forward with anything.
For example if you have Saturn retrograde in your 7th house of your chart, you are being asked to review a relationship or partnership. Perhaps you have to pay more attention to your mate or go over expectations with a business partner.
Sometimes, reviewing a relationship will show you the faults that must be corrected in order to move forward. Saturn doesn't want you to skip a step. He wants you to have a solid foundation so your world won't crumble. He's giving you a chance to check that foundation now. For some folks, Saturn will give them an opportunity to back out of something that is not right for them. You should also not take on any more commitments during this period. You may feel more frustrated with one area of your life too. This is merely Saturn showing you what area needs to change! Get rid of the frustration. Don't fight it.
Do not start a new career or business under this influence. It will be much more difficult to get off the ground than usual. You can't stop your life but you can work around some of the cosmic challenges Saturn may bring.
So starting today, it's time to reassess and review. It's time to understand what improvements you can make to create more prosperous foundations in your life. Information will be presented by the Universe in signs, symbols, frustrations and more. Be open and be willing to listen and accept the changes. Saturn is your teacher. You will be rewarded in August and thereafter for a job well done.
Thank you for being here!