Currently, Saturn Rx at 16 degrees Scorpio is inconjuncting Uranus direct at 16 degrees Aries. This is a disconnect between diving deeper for strength (Saturn) and sprinting for freedom (Uranus).
Limits are necessary, but you kick against them. Courage is called for, but fears seem overwhelming. This is a sticky little aspect that demands contortions to accommodate fast and slow. Uranus' drive for instant freedom hurls itself at Saturn Rx's re-do of goals, resulting in something similar to a tension headache.
How to deal? It's not impossible, but inconjuncts are never easy. You need to work both ends. Innovate, and make the necessary changes. But, anchor yourself with some solid boundaries/authority at the same time. Bust through the fears but don't take crazy risks. Move forward while reaching deeper to consolidate existing goals.
If you lean too heavily on one end or the other, you'll find that your efforts to speed things up (Uranus) are blocked (Saturn), and your refusal to move (Saturn) cranks up the restless tension (Uranus).
Saturn will turn direct (on July 20th) and Uranus will station Rx (on July 21st) which will switch things up a bit. At this point, you'll be able to move forward with Saturn's plans/goals (because it will be direct) but you'll have to take a couple of steps back regarding changes that were initiated around 16 degrees Aries (because Uranus will be Rx). The switcheroo will prevent this aspect from becoming exact, but you'll still feel it until (roughly) August 9th.
The good news is...you'll only feel this if you have natal or progressed planets/angles/Nodes in a very narrow range: 15-17 degrees Scorpio or Aries.
And, once Saturn stations direct, it will sail into another trine with Chiron (Rx at 16 degrees Pisces) from July 20th to August 5th. This is a grace note, suggesting that those goals/boundaries you've been hammering away at will continue to make Chiron's sensitivities manageable. Saturn in Scorpio has been trining Chiron, on and off, since November 16th, 2012. Maturity polishes the sharp edges of the pain, and helps you gradually fit it into your life.