The start of the year is when a lot of people set their goals as it is a fresh start.
If you’re unsure what goals to set for the long- and mid-term ( 3-years and 1-year goals), you can use astrology as a guide.
We can use the position of transiting Saturn and Jupiter (the planets in the cosmo now, not in your birth chart) to narrow down the topics or areas to set goals.
This also lets us take advantage of the natural astrological cycle for a boost in achieving our goals.
3-Year Long-term Goals: transiting Saturn
Saturn is the planet of hard work and dedication.
Where transiting Saturn is in your chart (it is in Aquarius from December 2020 to March 2023) is the area where you can focus on dedicating your energy to build something long lasting.
The Saturnian energy can feel like an uphill climb but putting in the dedication and work and help you reap a good harvest.
What not to do: Being defeated and totally give up on the area.
1-Year Mid-term goals: transiting Jupiter
Jupiter is the planet of luck and abundance.
Where transiting Jupiter is in your chart (it’s mostly in Pisces in 2022) is where you’ll find an increase in activities, learning and growth.
Do note that the Jupiterian energy can encourage self-righteousness and being judgemental.
What not to do: Kick back and relax. Make use of the abundance to build more abundance.
How to find where Saturn and Jupiter is in your chart now
To find where Saturn (in Aquarius from December 2020 to March 2023) and Jupiter (in Pisces in 2022) are in your birth chart now, you need to know your rising sign which requires your exact birth time.
Once you know your rising sign, here’s where Saturn and Jupiter are:
My long-term goal is to strengthen ____(Topics related to the house Saturn is transiting in)____ and my goal for 2022 is to grow in _(Topics related to the house Jupiter is transiting in) _.
Houses & its topics
1st house: Self, individuality, personality, physical appearance.
2nd house: Money, income, personal values, self-worth.
3rd house: Communication, the mind, ideas, early education, siblings.
4th house: Home and family, history, ancestors, real estate.
5th house: Creative self-expression, hobbies, recreation, games, children, investment.
6th house: Health, work, service, servants, coworkers, duties, chores.
7th house: Partnerships, marriage, clients, open enemies, contracts and negotiations.
8th house: Other people’s money, collective resources, insurance, investments, sex, psychology.
9th house: Belief, higher education, philosophy, the quest for meaning, broadcasting, the law, long distance travel etc.
10th house: Career and social status, reputation, public image, bosses and authority figures.
11th house: Friendship, groups, societies, communities and hopes and wishes.
12th house: Spirituality, neglected people, hidden enemies, self-undoing.