Chiron is now in Aries, and it will stay in Aries until 2027. Of all the signs of the zodiac, Chiron spends the longest time – 8 years and one month – in Aries.
Chiron spends so much time in Aries perhaps because it has more work to do there than in any other sign.
Chiron doesn’t have it easy in Aries.
There’s something about Aries that Chiron finds difficult to process; that’s why Chiron takes its time in this sign.
Since Chiron spends so much time in Aries, most people alive today have Chiron in Aries than in any other sign. If you were born between April 1968 and March 1977 you too have Chiron in Aries.
Since Chiron entered Aries back in 2018, we have witnessed a dramatic increase in the phenomenon of “influencers”.
An influencer is an individual who wields influence over an audience of people, usually on social media. Influencers use blogs, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or TikTok to leverage their following to promote other brands or ideological agendas.
Chiron in Aries has also brought us a boom in cosmetic procedures and plastic surgery. In the last year alone, the plastic surgery market increased by 55%.
Gender fluidity or not resonating with one’s prescribed gender identity is another topic that is becoming increasingly talked about.
All the societal trends are expressions of Chiron in Aries. Aries is our identity, Chiron is our deepest wound. With Chiron in Aries, what we are aiming to heal and transcendent it’s our identity wound.
“I am not good enough”. “It is not ok to be me, I should be someone else”. When Chiron is in Aries, we question our identity, we question our very existence.
The root cause of our dissatisfaction is whether – or not – are we living up to our true potential: “Am I truly living my life?”, “How close – or how far – am I from living my purpose?”.
Chiron In Aries – The Identity Wound
Aries is the first sign of the zodiac. Its role is to help us develop a sense of identity.
Aries rules the Self, but Chiron will challenge this affirmation of the Self to find a deeper sense of purpose.
Aries is the “Me first” sign – it is our identity, how we express our uniqueness, how we assert ourselves.
Aries is the very first sprout to emerge from the soil in the spring, choosing life, choosing to ‘get out there’ into the world, to make a statement “I’m here”.
Chiron, on the other hand, is a symbol of everything Aries is not.
Chiron is where we feel wounded, ashamed, and inadequate. Chiron is where we second guess ourselves, where we feel guilty, vulnerable and broken.
Chiron will challenge Aries’ expression of the Self.
Chiron in Aries’s goal is to help us address and heal our greatest wound of all – the wound of identity.
The wound of identity is when we feel we don’t have the right to exist. This is the most painful wound – because it is rooted in who we are, as human beings. Because the individual IS the wound, it’s difficult to dissociate ourselves from our identity wound. Our identity wound is our blind spot.
We Are Born With It
We are all born with the wound of identity. When we are babies, we hardly have an identity. We are the result of the genetic makeup of our parents.
As we grow up, if our self-expression is encouraged, we slowly develop our unique identity.
But the process is not always smooth.
Our parents may – rightly so – see us as an extension of themselves, and may have difficulties in acknowledging that we are different human beings. They do this because they want to protect us.
But trying to force the child to become something different than what they were born to be, is incredibly damaging.
People who struggle the most with mental health usually come from upbringings where they were not allowed to be themselves, to express and develop their unique identity.
Chiron In Aries – Symptoms Of The Identity Wound
- “I am nobody” – an overall feeling of emptiness and disconnection
- “I am not enough” – a desire to “prove” oneself
- “I am not who I should be” – a desire to be someone else
- “If I don’t fit in, I don’t exist” – a desire to be liked by everyone
- Feeling disoriented, alienated, wanting conflicting things
- A tendency to imitate other people
- A desire to remain unnoticed, a fear of expressing one’s opinions and beliefs
- Difficulty connecting with one’s body or feelings
- A tendency to hurt oneself, physically or psychologically – self-inflicted wounds, abuse of drugs, alcohol and medication, overworking, feeling ‘numb’
Chiron In Aries – You Are Here For A Reason
Can we heal our wound of identity?
No achievement, no money or success can heal this wound – because being you is not about becoming something you are not, but is about becoming who you are meant to be!
Chiron in Aries will ask you to address and heal – once and for all – the wound of identity, a wound that we are all born with.
Your existence is the very proof you deserve to BE. There is a reason why out of billions of genetic possibilities, it was YOU who made it.
Not only do you have the right to exist, but you are here for a very important reason. You were born with a unique mission.
The stars, the whole universe collided so you could be here today. You were born to express the divine in your unique way, to develop and share your unique gifts, talents, and skills.
Chiron – Your Deepest Wound, Your Greatest Gift
With Jupiter approaching a conjunction with Chiron, there has never been a better time to do the Chiron work.
The “Chiron – Your Deepest Wound, Your Greatest Gift” online program is now open for enrollment.
How does the program work?
“Chiron – Your Deepest Wound, Your Greatest Gift” is a tried and tested framework – more than 1000 people have gone through the process with excellent results.
Each Monday, you get access to a step of the 3-step Chiron framework, 1) “The Wounded Healer”, 2) “The Shaman”, and 3) “The Alchemist”. You have one week to watch the content and complete the assignments.
“Chiron – Your Deepest Wound, Your Greatest Gift” has been designed to support you in your healing process, no matter what your learning style is. You can “DIY” and apply the healing framework by yourself, you can ask for 1-on-1 support, or you can immerse yourself in group learning and sharing.
Learn more about the program and join us here: