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Mercury Deborah Norton Astrology

Since its discovery in 1977, Chiron has been a fascinating celestial body for astrologers. Positioned between Saturn and Uranus, Chiron has been described as both an asteroid and a comet. It is often referred to as the "Wounded Healer" in astrology, as it represents our deepest wounds and the potential for healing.

In Greek mythology, Chiron was a centaur known for his healing abilities. He was wounded by a poisoned arrow but unable to heal himself, so he dedicated his life to healing others. This mythological story serves as the basis for the symbolism of Chiron in astrology.

Chiron represents the pain and wounds that we carry with us throughout our lives. However, it also represents the potential for transformation and the wisdom that can come from healing. When we experience the energy of Chiron, we may feel a sense of deep pain or woundedness, but also a sense of hope for healing and transformation.

Chiron is also associated with the path of the spiritual seeker and personal growth. It represents the journey of exploring our deepest wounds and how they shape us. The sign of Virgo is often associated with Chiron, which is known for its healing, attention to detail, and service. Those with strong Chiron energy in their natal chart may be drawn to the healing arts or working in a service-oriented capacity. They may also feel a strong sense of empathy for others going through difficult times.

Chiron is also connected to the process of individuation, which involves becoming our true selves by confronting and integrating our shadow selves. Chiron helps us face the parts of ourselves that we hide or deny and heal the wounds holding us back from becoming our authentic selves.

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