I was reading Oct./Nov. 2015 The Mountain Astrologer (US).
The article "When Time Stands Still: Exploring Stationary Planets" by Michele Finey

So now I want to know my natal chart better.
The natal chart shows which appropriate solar system objects were direct vs. retrograde, but I'd like to know if I have any Stationary Direct or Stationary Retrograde.

I want to do the same thing, I guess, with my progressed chart. Would that be the protocol, to check one's progressed chart to see Stationary Direct and Stationary Retrograde?

"From a chart perspective, a good way to remember where planets will tation is to look at the position of the Sun.

Think of the chart as a clock face and the Sun as being at 12.

The inner planets, Mercury and Venus, station retrograde when located at about 11 o'clock relative to the Sun.

Mercury and Venus station direct at about 1 o'clock relative to the Sun.

All other planets and asteroids station retrograde at about 4 o'clock relative to the Sun.

These all other planets and asteroids station direct at about 8 o'clock."