Venus_Daily wrote:Even transiting-transiting planets?!,
That isn't what you described. You described one planet transiting in aspect to a Solar Return planet. (The latter isn't "transiting" - it's "natal" to the SSR.)
I am sorry for asking so many questions, but is there any possible way to avert or at least make these SSR/transits planetary movements less detrimental on your life?...Like can you prepare
If there is any Neptune-Saturn going on here, the first and main thing to watch for is an exaggeration of fear and anxiety. The main thing you need to do is find a way to release and "breath through" fear and anxiety - to distinguish between a purely psychological "event" (that the mind attaches to something happening in the environment) vs, a primarily physical / environmental event. Even in the case of the latter, it's important to let the mind not be disabled by fear.
In general, the way to increase your chances of "averting" a specific, undesired manifestation of a particular energy is to find another expression of the same energy. That is, you don't avoid the energy at all - that would be YOU vs. the UNIVERSE - but, rather, you sit in the driver's seat and throw yourself into expressing the energy.
I'm not yet clear that there actually is a live aspect in the situation you described at the start of this thread. My reading of your statement is that the SSR has transiting Neptune on the Descendant, and that (at a later date) t. Saturn will trine SSR Neptune. Did I read that wrong? - If you mean that the aspect is already there at the time of the SSR, then the trine is irrelevant in the SSR (only hard aspects "count") - EXCEPT in what I called the "first pass" read (in the SSR book), reading the SSR like a new natal chart. In that sense, a partile trine would have some importance, but would be read as a natal
aspect, not a transitting one. The feel can be quite different. Read here: viewtopic.php?f=19&t=31#p165