The Human Design Chart is Unique in Appearance
“Only dead fish go with the flow.” This quote by Andy Hunt reiterated uniqueness. That each and one of us should follow our own path. Simply it proves that living life shouldn’t be about following the bandwagon. It’s about being able to have distinction. That is what Human Design System advocates. To embrace your own uniqueness and not being influenced.
The Body Chart
Practising this scheme is about fully understanding its outline. The Human Design Chart was presented to the public by its founder Ra Uru Hu in 1992. It contains several aspects that have specific roles for interpretation. Generally, the chart can be branched into 4 elements – “Mandala”, Body chart and “The Nine centers.” The illustration below is a full chart. Each part will be introduced separately in this article.
64 Barriers Called the Gates
The large wheel is called the Mandala. The outlying is composed of 64 barriers called Gates which is a resemblance of the Chinese I’Ching. These gates have positions that cannot be altered. The Gates are also colour-coded that corresponds to the centers they are connected to. The interior wheel presents the 12 zodiac signs. Human design has a varied explanation for the astrological signs.
The Mandala surrounds the Body Graph. The triangle, square and diamond are what we call the Nine Centers. Each shape interprets a certain energy that is relevant to our body’s behaviour. The lines you can see are called as Channels that originated from the Jewish Sephiroth. Observing the tip of these channels are numbers that represent the 64 gates of the Mandala. There are 36 connecting Channels.
A Human Design Reading
Once you will have a Human Design Reading, you will see that not all centers are coloured or lighted. The coloured centers will explain your whole personality. On the other hand, the white ones or uncoloured are termed as Undefined Centers. Each undefined centers will emphasize what you need to focus or improve in life. Having no color in a specific center means there is no consistency in that trait. For example, if the Throat Center is undefined. It means you lack in good communication. A tip is let others talk first before yourself. Identifying Undefined Centers would help you know your personality and what your lapses are.
The important information needed in calculating a chart is birthday, city of birth and the specific time you were born. Usual format for the time is 24 hour. In computing the chart, the initial step is by seeing the positions of the planet in relationship to the Earth. The 64 divisions in the Mandala trail the movement of the solar system. The positions in the Mandala trigger corresponding elements in the Body Chart relatively 3 months before your birth and at the moment you were born. These aspects are documented and will result to your body chart.
You can get your very own chart that has specific reading and tips. These can help you understand more on the elements and embrace your own uniqueness. People who get their specific body chart noticed that they now have better decision making. Bring out the potential of your own individuality and improve your relationship with others.