Pluto transits are hard to talk about without scaring people. Pluto regenerates. It is deep and dark can seem ominous. Pluto also represents death. If you’ve ever dealt with death you know that the death of someone close takes you apart. Some are devastated and don’t come “back” as easily as others, but some seem to roll with it pretty well. Those are usually the people who have Pluto prominent in their charts, already have an innate understanding for the energy in some way.
It takes you apart. A death or a Pluto transit takes you apart and the feeling that goes with that is a strange one. I’m sure it’s different for everyone but the experience of having things torn down and put back together in a new order is common. That’s why when someone has a death in their close circle it’s important to say SOMETHING, even though what you say is not particularly important. It’s a human touchstone, that their disorder is acknowledged. It comforts, just the shared humanity of it. The same is true of a Pluto transit. You become disordered and eventually are putting yourself back together.
Pluto transits don’t necessarily bring death, or even negativity. They bring transformation and transformation is disconcerting. It helps to accept other people’s well meaning contact. It’s like hanging onto something solid when you’re dizzy. It helps.
Even if Pluto is not transiting your planets it is transiting one of your houses and affecting that area of your life. Where is Pluto transiting YOUR chart?