What is Human Design?

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Welcome to my blog! Today I want to talk to you about something that has changed my life: human design. What is human design, you ask? Well, it’s a system that combines astrology, I Ching, the chakras, and quantum physics to reveal your unique blueprint for living.

 

Human design is based on the idea that we are all born with a specific type, strategy, authority, profile, and incarnation cross that define our purpose, gifts, challenges, and potential. By learning about your human design, you can discover how to align with your true nature and make decisions that are right for you. You can also understand how you interact with others and what kind of relationships are best for you.

 

There are five types in human design: manifestors, generators, manifesting generators, projectors, and reflectors. Each type has a different role and way of expressing their energy in the world. For example, manifestors are the initiators who can start things and make an impact, but they need to inform others of their actions to avoid resistance. Generators are the builders who have a lot of life force and can sustain projects, but they need to respond to things that light them up and not initiate. Manifesting generators are a hybrid of manifestors and generators who can do both, but they need to follow their gut and skip steps that don’t matter. Projectors are the guides who can see the big picture and help others, but they need to wait for invitations and recognition to share their wisdom. Reflectors are the mirrors who can sense the collective mood and reflect it back, but they need to wait a full lunar cycle before making major decisions and find environments that suit them.

 

Your strategy is how you should approach life according to your type. For example, manifestors should inform, generators should respond, manifesting generators should respond and inform, projectors should wait for the invitation, and reflectors should wait for the lunar cycle. Your authority is how you should make decisions according to your inner guidance system. For example, some people have emotional authority, which means they need to wait for clarity and not make decisions when they are in a high or low emotional state. Some people have sacral authority, which means they need to listen to their gut feelings and body signals. Some people have splenic authority, which means they need to trust their intuition and act in the moment.

 

Your profile is how you express your personality and learn from your experiences. There are 12 profiles in human design, each composed of two numbers from 1 to 6. For example, a 1/3 profile is someone who is an investigator/martyr, which means they like to research things deeply and learn from trial and error. A 4/6 profile is someone who is an opportunist/role model, which means they like to network with people and evolve through phases of life.

 

Your incarnation cross is your life theme and direction. It is composed of four gates from the I Ching that form a cross on your chart. For example, someone with the right angle cross of planning has a theme of organizing resources and people for a common goal.

 

If you want to learn more about your human design, you can get a free chart online or book a reading with a certified analyst. Human design is not a religion or a dogma; it’s a tool for self-awareness and empowerment. You don’t have to believe in it; you just have to experiment with it and see what works for you. I hope this blog post has sparked your curiosity and inspired you to explore your human design.

There are many free charts available if you use a search engine, but here is a chart that I have found for you. FREE CHART

Once you know your profile you will find endless informeation for your type on YouTube.

It can be a good idea to check profiles of your children and those you live with, this will give you a better understand of life at home!

I’m a 5/1 projector, what are you?

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and stay tuned for more posts from me, I hope you found it useful. As always, I welcome comments and feedback, and please do share with anyone else who might enjoy the read.

 

Until next time, love and blessings

Jo

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