I’ve been seeing an increased number of postings on panic and anxiety, and I admit to having some problems myself in this area. For me it began during the opposition of Saturn to Neptune that affected a sensitive point in my chart. Perhaps this is because of the conjunction of Pluto to the Galactic Center; perhaps its part of the changes that occurred beginning during the Uranus-Neptune conjunction in 1993. Several of you have written to me about your own difficulties with the increasingly intense energy that we are channeling in our bodies to which some of us are more sensitive than others.
Susan Custer has a great article on this very subject. This mirrors my experience exactly:
Many of us are living in two worlds. When we step out of our homes or normal routines, there is an off-putting energy. It makes us slightly dizzy, confused, or agitated. When we step out into the mundane world, we’re in a different vibration and our strengthened intuitive senses are bombarded. This has been amplified by the opposition between Saturn and Neptune. On June 25, Saturn will make its final pass in this phase to Neptune. Neptune is creativity and sensitivity, and Saturn is grounding and manifesting. With the opposition, we have to figure out how to incorporate this new sensitivity and intuition in a comfortable way.
Our instincts are expanding. Even though we’re in another dimension, we’re still in tune with the frequencies of the Earth. If you suddenly make a misstep, your world spins, or a chill goes up your spine, you may be feeling an earthquake thousands of miles away.
This is a time to spend more time focusing within and strengthening our bonds with our inner self and guides because a great deal of trust and faith is needed to carry us through times like these. We are in the frontier of experience and although there is a lot of information out there, there is little than is grounded and useful. Remembering that these shifts are all part of accelerating growth for us as individuals and as a planet will help us to keep from worry. However, traditional medical solutions to anxiety may be useful for the short-term as we become more comfortable with the change.