How long does personal Saturn return last? A Saturn Return happens approximately every 29.5 years (i.e., the duration of Saturn’s orbit around the sun), which means it lands in the same place in the sky it did when you were born roughly around the time you turn 29. Generally, it “returns” for approximately 2.5 to 3 years.
When did my Saturn return end? Saturn is currently in Aquarius and has been since December 2020. If your Saturn is in Aquarius, that means you’re currently experiencing a Saturn return and will be until March 2023. (In our opinion, your Saturn return lasts from the moment Saturn enters your natal Saturn sign to the moment it exits.)
What ages do you have Saturn return? “The first Saturn return lasts between the ages of 27 to 29.5 years old, and the second one occurs at the ages of 58 to 61,” astrologer Lisa Stardust, author of Saturn Return Survival Guide: Navigating This Cosmic Rite Of Passage, tells Bustle.
What can you not do during Saturn return?
- Hold onto the past. Saturn returns can feel turbulent sometimes because some of us can’t let go or learn from the past.
- Settle for less than you deserve. Look, if you want your life to change for the better, then you have to stop settling, says Stardust.
- Ignore big issues.