Overview of Jupiter Energy
Jupiter spends about one year in each sign. This means that about every twelve years, you experience a Jupiter Return, where transiting Jupiter revisits the exact sign and degree as it was when you were born.
A great way to understand Jupiter is that it either brings Excellence or Excess. It’s one or the other, with excellence being the highest frequency of Jupiter and excess being the lowest. Jupiter itself is pretty neutral, although it is the “greater benefic,” the bringer of good things. What it really brings though is opportunity, and with opportunity, it’s up to you to show up and put your skills, energy, and intention into it to maximize the potential.
Jupiter transits don’t guarantee you’ll win the lottery or anything like that, but they could bring an opportunity – where if you’re prepared to meet it successfully, it just might lead to a big pile of money or whatever it is you’re seeking.
Jupiter also rules what’s True and is a guiding force along our journey to find our own personal truth. Its home signs of Sagittarius and Pisces show us two sides of walking that path. Sagittarius is expanding our experience in the earthly realm, expanding our horizon by living through different experiences, while Pisces is more of the metaphysical side, of expansion in the energetic realm. It’s essentially the same concept, but instead we’re expanding our perception by having different metaphysical experiences.
Seeking can be fueled by skepticism. It is through skepticism that we continue to push for what’s true. Without it, we can wind up in the realm of dogma or fundamentalism (in both religion or science, for example,) being so wrapped up in what one thinks is true that their ability to seek, to take in new information, and continue to update their beliefs is shut down. This would be the shadow side of Jupiter energy.
Aspiration, grandness, expansion, growth, nobility (or faking nobility), reaching for more, development, subjectively enjoyable abundant experience, generosity, graciousness, receiving grace when needed, a “match-funder” (meeting you where you are), “Luck” = preparation meeting opportunities, law and legal matters, truth, freedom, being unbound, broadening understanding, spiritual abundance, helpful social networks, having lots of children (which in olden times was associated with wealth), scholars, skepticism, religion, philosophy, perseverance, tolerance, looking toward horizons, seeking, optimism, dogma and fundamentalism, indulgence
Article written by Maddie Billings; Content curated and presented by Carly Whorton