When Chiron and the Sun unite in Pisces, there’s a blend of ego and failure, life force and wounding. The Sun flares up and dies, then flares up again. What hurts is in the spotlight, and so is the current of dissolution that swirls around it.
This can go either way. You become bitter and victimized by what you can’t achieve, and drown in your sorrows. Or, you gain compassion and wisdom through your failures/wounds, and transcend (Pisces) the typical definition of what you “should” do. The highest use of Chiron’s energy is helping others in the area that you struggle with. But not everyone wants to be a teacher (although if Chiron is emphasized in your chart, you are meant to guide others, via the house/sign that Chiron occupies).
But regarding this conjunction, if it’s hitting a planet/point in your chart, you may simply be confronted with an area where you can’t succeed in the usual way. Chiron is the outsider, as much of a rebel as Aquarius. But Chiron’s rebellion isn’t based on breaking rules. The rules break Chiron, and Chiron’s comeback is the alternative healing path, or the enhanced wisdom of hard experience. Transiting Chiron rubs you raw, so you feel insecure or victimized. Pay attention to that feeling, because it’s your conduit to something greater. Greater compassion, patience or understanding. Perhaps a deeper relationship with someone. Chiron adds softness to the Sun’s pure ego energy, and the Sun illuminates what Chiron can do for you."