Sun Inconjunct Natal Sun

"I am in control of my reactions and emotions, allowing me to rise above the actions of others and find inner peace."

Harnessing your action-oriented focus
Improving your skills and knowledge
Taking responsibility for your reactions
Reflecting on your ego's delusions

Transit Aspects

Astrological transits are a part of what is usually called predictive astrology, the claim of astrology to predict or forecast future trends and developments. Most astrologers nowadays regard the term 'prediction' as something of a misnomer, as modern astrology does not claim to directly predict future events as such. Instead it is claimed that an astrological pattern with regard to the future can correspond with any one of a variety of possibilities. What is in fact foretold is the trend of circumstances and the nature of the individual's reaction to the situation

Sun Transits

The Sun is the source of all energies. These energies stimulate the activities of the houses occupied by the transiting Sun and reinforce or weaken the planetary effects, depending on the Sun's aspect to the natal planet. When the Sun transits an inner planet, it may trigger a dormant aspect between that inner planet and a slower moving outer planet. If a planet is being transited by another planet when it is being transited by the Sun, the effect of the transit is strengthened.

Sun Inconjunct Natal Sun

During this transit, you are infused with energy and a strong focus on taking action. Despite encountering obstacles along the way, you possess the determination to overcome them. However, be cautious of the ego's tendency towards delusional thinking, as it may lead you to believe you are invincible and unstoppable.

It is important to recognize that our achievements in the world are limited by our skills and knowledge, which the ego often disregards. As you move forward with the energetic force of this transit, take time to reflect on how you can enhance your abilities for future action. Consider acquiring new knowledge and mastering new skills to better equip yourself for long-term success.

During this period, you may also find yourself feeling uneasy due to the behavior of others. Authority figures in your life may challenge your autonomy, leading to a crisis of confidence. In response, you might compensate by projecting over-confidence.

Take a moment to reflect: which is causing you more distress, the actions of others or your own reactions? It is easy to blame others, but ultimately, you have control over how you react to the world. As Jean-Paul Sartre stated, freedom lies in how you respond to what is being done to you.

Remember, the actions of others should not dictate how you feel. Focus on nurturing your own emotional autonomy and inner strength.

Question to reflect on: How can you cultivate a sense of emotional autonomy and inner strength, regardless of the actions of others?