Chiron Retrograde Ends in Pisces (December 8-9, 2018)



This is an exciting time in our collective evolutionary journey. We are being given the opportunity to lay rest to patterns of wounding, predation and co-dependency that no longer serve. We are being asked to step into a more empowered paradigm of healing.

Yesterday, we saw the end of Chiron Retrograde in Pisces – for the last time till 2061!

Chiron will now move direct through the last few degrees of Pisces till February 18, 2019 – whereupon it will re-enter Aries.

The direct motion of Chiron will ease and speed up the resolution of karmic imbalances, should we choose to work with the energy in that way.

More info and recommended tools in the video.


Dr. Bairavee Balasubramaniam PhD
The Sky Priestess.

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3 thoughts on “Chiron Retrograde Ends in Pisces (December 8-9, 2018)

  1. joyisessential says:

    Hello and many blessings! I appreciate you and your work, your contribution to this marvelously complicated world. Have you considered writing a book? I would definitely buy it if you did. Perhaps this would be a way to sustain your work. Lovingly, Virginia Cooper


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