My Thoughts on Chiron

I am a neophyte when it comes to astrology, so my word is not law and will definitely not apply to everyone. Rather, this series will be about my particular chart and how it affects my writing; as well as how I use it to write. This first post isn’t about a planet, but the asteroid Chiron. Chiron is the wounded healer and sits squarely in my first house, the house of the self. Meaning, I spent my formative years being ostracized and bullied. Though, I doubt mine is a singular experience. The introverts of the world have a connecting thread of life being extraordinarily difficult in the early years of life. And the later years. And some adult years.

Honestly though, I wouldn’t change the placement. I know that, without it, I wouldn’t have published my first book. Without it, I would have gone about life the way we are expected to; which is a discomforting thought. All of my choices throughout the years led me to this, and I can’t be anything but grateful. Not to get cliched and overly dramatic on you, but being yourself is your greatest asset in life. Don’t waste it, use it.

This ended up way heavier than I intended, but the point remains. The wounds you suffer early in life will only help you later. Find what you’re good at. If you love it, great. If not, move on. Try to block out the noise from other people. Definitely try to block out the noise from yourself. Fulfill the other half of Chiron’s purpose, wound and heal. And remember, we’re never given more than we can handle.

To find out where your Chiron is, get your birth chart here. You will need to know the exact time and place you were born.

Learn more about Chiron here.

Thanks for reading and let me know what you think in the comments. Bye!