LUMINOUS Creativity | Saturn in Pisces 1993-1996

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Waaaaay back between 1993-1997, I was hanging out in India, immersing myself in the role of being a ‘seeker’.


Oh goddess, did I have fun?


I caught trains that took days (DAYS!!!) to arrive, to sit in endless silence with gurus. All male, by the way. 🙄


To this day, I can still remember the warm, night air, heavy with the scent of jasmine.


India was an eye-opener in so many ways.


  • Heart-opening
  • Full-chakra opening
  • Spirit-opening
  • Sexual-opening (TMI?)
  • Mind-opening


Guess what else was happening at the time I was hanging out in India?


Saturn was in Pisces between May 1993 to April 1996.


India wasn’t all Gurus and Tantra; it was in India that I went to my first astrology class.


By this time, I’d had a few chart readings, but mostly the ‘astrologer’ was reading from a book, telling me about the current transits, which I DID NOT UNDERSTAND AT ALL.


The astrology class in the commune was on another level.


From what I remember, the facilitator led a guided meditation through the planets and luminaries (Sun and Moon), whilst we were encouraged to express our connection with the planet through movement.


Odd, I know.


I was extremely self-conscious back then, and though the room was dark, my inner critic was telling me that I wasn’t doing the dancing right.


But dance I did, even if the whole thing felt majorly WOO-WOO.




I was energized, and determined to learn more about Astrology.


So I set forth on my path and the books, classes, teachers, and trainings appeared.


Unbeknownst to me, I was doing the labor of setting free my gifts.

“Work is what we do by the hour. It begins and ends at a specific time and, if possible, we do it for money.


Labor, on the other hand, sets its own pace.


Writing a poem, raising a child, developing a new calculus, resolving a neurosis, and invention in all forms – these are labor.


Labor has its own schedule.”

Lewis Hyde writes in his landmark book ‘The Gift’ that the task of setting free one’s gifts was a recognized labor in the ancient world.


In the 28 or so years since the last Saturn in Pisces transit, I have been doing the work of setting free my gifts and developing my talent.


And now it is time to pass the gift along to you.


On March 14th, 2023, 6 days after Saturn entered Pisces again, I started work on LUMINOUS Wonder – The Age of Creative Renaissance.


215 beautiful pages of tour one-of-a-kind companion to track and embody your Saturn in Pisces Journey, until February 15th, 2026.


So you can get started on setting free your gifts today, luminous friend.


Kathryn x
GlobalWoman Creator and Curator

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