What does Chiron Return in Leo mean?

There are 12 signs in astrology. We can learn about our influences at birth by looking at which sign Chiron was in.

Each sign defines an area of your life.

Since we’ve learned a bit about Chiron and what he represents (The Wounded Healer), we can look at which sign he arrived in at your birth and get a good understanding of the area of your life that may contain your core wound.

This is the area that will come up for review at mid-life and your Chiron Return.

What have you done during the first half of your life to acknowledge and address this area of wounding?

What continues to be a block, issue or area of aggravation? What’s up for review?

It’s nothing personal, just Chiron pointing out where healing is still to be done.

Chiron in Leo.

Fortitude, strength, fearlessness: these all come up when I think of this lion sign.

You know where I’m going with this… that’s right…

We’re back to that ruby red shoed little girl and her scruffy dog.

Chiron Return may find you on your own journey to find courage, to have the heart of a lion.

To realize that’s been your true nature all along, no matter what you were led to believe about yourself in childhood.

Maybe it’s time to take the spotlight and celebrate you.

Can’t you hear Madonna?

Express yourself!

There’s always a flip side to the coin. Depending on what’s happening during your Chiron Return, you may consider reigning in some of that fire: drive, showmanship and authority.

Remember, at this midlife point, we heal our core wound from childhood so we can create a more harmonious future. If your inner lion has been lashing out at everyone, it might be time to face any fears that give you the sense that you need to overprotect yourself.

Be a fearless leader and a compassionate one.

If doubts or uncertainty are shaking your confidence, bring any shadows into the light, learn what you need to learn (perhaps your industry has advanced and you’re feeling ignored) and gather your courage once more.

Or maybe you’ve spent the first half of your life leading in a role that no longer lights you up. You’ve spent your career in the courtroom and would rather be on Broadway!

Don’t listen to the critics. Hone your craft and lead the people who love you.

Be authentic, be seen, be happy.

Above all, don’t be afraid to roar. Know your power and use it for good.

Much love,


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