Our favourite astrologer had her Saturn Return.
If you follow Nadine Jane Astrology on Instagram, you’ll know that she went away for a little while. Her absence was very felt on my feed and I thought about her often. I wondered if she was ok, and I hoped she’d be back creating her signature style of intuitive, soft and highly emotive astrology content.
So you can imagine the smile on my face when I was presented with the opportunity to sit down with Nadine once again — three years after our first honest conversation. She’s such a joy to interview but I was also just so curious to ask her about the last couple of years. Where has she been? Why did she take a break? What did she do and how did it all feel?
As you’ll soon learn, our favourite New York City astrologer (currently residing in country Maine) experienced the very thing she’s guided many of us through — her Saturn Return. For Nadine, this significant astrological event brought with it something unexpected. It turned the lights out on her love affair with astrology and as someone who channels, what that meant was she lost her signal.
Nadine and I explore what that was like, the other areas of growth her Saturn Return brought on, how it impacted the book she’d signed on to write and has since been published (Magic Days, her 800-page masterpiece), her evolved relationship with astrology and her body, and her cosmic weather report for this year.
If you’ve been thinking about making a brave decision, you’re going to like what she has to say.
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