Changes are on the horizon for areas of life related to children, love affairs, and the creative process when Uranus transits through the 5th house. This is because Uranus is the planet that represents taking risks, trying new things, and exploring your own potential for growth. The information offered by your 5th house might shed light on your passions and the types of activities that bring you joy. And you know that your “pastimes” are just a way to communicate with your inner child, the part of you that takes pleasure in making things for their own sake. This time in your life could be taken at face value and mean anything that gives you new ways to express yourself.
This transition provides an excellent opportunity to explore new artistic, theatrical, and dance activities, as well as hobbies and other forms of recreation. During this seven-year period, you will commit a lot of work to exploring unrealized potentials. Whatever else happens during this time, it will lead to a reawakening of the heart. It’s possible to relive your teenage years through a new and thrilling love affair, which takes you on a path to find previously unknown aspects of yourself. It’s likely that starting a new creative project will give rise to numerous previously unconsidered possibilities. You could even become pregnant without planning to do so and be caught aback by the whole thing.
The following is what The Plain Vanilla Astrologer has to say about it:
Can be lovers and/or unexpected pregnancies. One married student of mine who was using birth control had two children anyway during this seven-year transit. She could hardly believe it. Children are permanent but lovers may not be. It’s something to keep in mind. This transit can also bring vacations completely different than anything you ever did before or are likely to do again. You may take up new hobbies and new sports. Try not to spend too much money on it all because once the transit is over, you may have a garage full of unwanted equipment.
While Uranus is in your 5th house of self-expression, you’ll exude a new and exciting magnetism. However, this energy could attract some strange people into your life. It’s probable that teenagers at home first try out dating, going out on the town, and other areas of social life. Even though more freedom can be fun, it’s important for kids to remember not to act defiantly, and it may be hard to keep their new ways of expressing themselves under control. It’s possible that your kids’ usual demeanour will shift during this time, and they may become more spacey or act in ways that are out of character for them.
If you’re a parent who’s been too rigid with the rules, maybe it’s time to loosen up and let your child figure out what he or she enjoys doing in their spare time. In an effort to add some spice to your kids’ lives, you might even plan some unannounced trips, day trips, or other surprise adventures for them. On the other hand, older kids need space to figure out who they are, and that means you might have to let them go for a while as they discover the world. All of this could just as easily apply to you, since you need time right now to creatively figure out who you are, which could mean trying out new and fun things for yourself.