Thursday, September 17, 2009

Explorations in Human Design: The Manifestor

I am definitely an explorer of consciousness. Therefore I was plenty surprised to find out that I have managed to live the lives I've lived in this lifetime without once encountering Human Design. Until about two weeks ago, when a friend in Marin County, California said: "Have you heard of Human Design?"

No, I said, then went home and quickly hit the internet to do what is called the Rave Chart and find out more about it.

Human Design uses your birthdate to find out all sorts of things about you: your type, your profile, your center of authority, and So Much More!

This is how I found out my type was Manifestor. There are other types in Human Design:
Generators, Manifesting Generators, Reflectors and Projectors. If it all sounds like a bunch of machine parts, it kind of is: interlocking parts of the big human machine, each of us with our own precise individuality and authority.

Manifestors in Human Design are the old Kings and Queens, the 'doers' and 'leaders' of the world. You will find such diverse luminaries as George W. Bush, Adolf Hitler, Jack Nicholson, Frida Kahlo, Susan Sarandon and Orson Wells on the list of Manifestors. The bad thing for us manifestors is that without using our strategy, which is to inform people of what we are going to do, we may find that people are unconsciously afraid of us and seek to control us. The good thing is that our 'rulership' of the world is fast slipping into history, and though we are still considered the only types designed to initiate, we don't have to take ourselves or our responsibilities as seriously as we once did. We can have fun now, and let the Projector types assume their new positions as Guides and Leaders.

So, Girlfriends and Boyfriends, if you are a Manifestor you can just let yourself BE that Old Queen or Old King, honey. Just make sure you tell people when you are going to walk through the crowd---so they can either get out of your way or maybe even join you on your walk.

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