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5 Energy Types, The BodyGraph & 9 Energy Centres

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9 Energy Centres

There are 9 energy centres in human design body graphs. The crucial thing to understand is that each centre ‘communicates’ and crosses over with the designs of other people, meshing together in a daily dance and influencing all our interactions on a moment-by- moment basis.These invisible energies are forever interweaving by sim­ply being in the same room as someone else. So, on the surface, our eyes and mouths may well be doing all the obvious communicating, but it’s the powerful undercurrents of the nine centres that are doing the real work, pulling out strings on a deep bio-energetic level.

The 9 Centres are as follows :

The Crown
The Mind
The Throat
The Self
The Heart
The Spleen
The Emotions
The Sacral
The Root

Once you understand how different designs interface, engage and communicate, you’re better able to understand the dynamics and under­ currents running beneath all relationships and associations. It is basic quantum physics – the fact that everything in the Universe consists of vibrations and energy and that we are an integral part of that same energy. All that needs to be understood is something which is supported by science – that the nine centres of the Human Design system interface between the Universe’s energy and the energy within all of us, translating it into individual functions and expressions.

5 Energy Types

What type of person do you think you are? If you had one minute to sum up your nature with a self-appraisal that allowed you to be understood and recognized on first impression, what would you say?

The world is a colourful assortment of approximately seven billion different characters and there are endless descriptions of different types. Sometimes we’re identified by our jobs and professions: the executive type, the labourer type or care-giving type. Or we stand out by personality: the shy type, the confident type, the thoughtful type or reckless type.

Which is where Human Design comes in. It recognizes five types of person, five types that we’re designed to be:

-Manifestors
-Generators
-Manifesting generators
-Projectors
-Reflectors

Your type is determined by noting which centres, if any, you have defined, and to which other centres they connect. Put simply, your type depends on which of the nine centres are in colour. It reveals some of the most insightful information about you – and others. And once you understand someone’s natural state of being, it allows you to rethink your approach to them. Of course, old habits die hard, and long-established behavioural patterns are notoriously difficult to break. But Human Design encourages us to break down stereotypes, see the real person and interact in a far more authentic way.

The BodyGraph

Every human being carries a unique encoding by birth, a basic structure for the self. Life is oriented towards the unfolding of these innate potentials. The Human Design chart, called the Body Graph, is a visual representation of the sum total of human possibilities and energies. The entire archetype of humanity is contained within the structural framework of the chart. In other words, all of the possibilities for the expression of being human is in the chart. The Body Graph shows us the different ways we love, hate, lead, follow, learn, know, grow and so much more.

There are 32 channels in the Human Design Body graph. Each channel has two halves called the Gates. So there are 64 gates. The 64 gates correlate to the 64 Hexagrams in the I’Ching. Each active gate in your chart adds a different flavour to your “personality”. It is not an accident that the graphic construct of tone, the triangle, because in fact color is a hexagon and base is a square that tone graphically is a triangle and this triangle mirrors, in an eerie way, it mirrors the BodyGraph itself.

In other words, this is the underlying architecture. This is the basic plan that’s here underneath, but by the time that basic plan, that tone is integrated holistically into the vehicle we don’t know whether that information has actually moved across. Because color is something that transfers and if somebody is not-self they are cut off from their cognition, and therefore they’re cut off from their architecture underneath.

Poetry #117: Turning To Dust

No matter what happens

Our souls are eternal

We in all, and all is in us

For we all one day turn to dust

Keep the trust

You will return home no matter what

This journey in the grand tapesty of life is but a fart in cosmic time

A squeeze and zest of fragrant lime

Believe in yourself, I believe in you, sublime

Your spirit will never die, society has taught you that you are a crime.

~DiosRaw 25/02/21 10:20AM

Ace & Amber Poetry #5: I Create

This world is a small spec

In this eternal Universal trek

Chaos and order, love and wreck

My consciousness visualising from this galaxies deck

Splitting timelines, our minds are shifting

Soul searching, morphing and sifting

Two different realities gifting

The illusion is drifting

While my spirit is uplifting

Connected through this cord, realities rifting

Even though this journey is for us to soar

Let your flames roar

No longer stuck in this trapdoor

Learn from your lessons, and watch your timelines wash ashore

Your free-will navigates galore

Remembering this everlasting oath I swore

Past, present and future collide

Time is an illusion, that takes you on a ride

My belief systems collapsed and died

Why in this world is truth not a guide

Someone told us but they lied

The truth within is always supplied

Time is of the mind in this vortex

Playing with our cortex

Realizing I steer my fate

Nothing in this universe is ever too late

For time is what I create.

-By Ace (fearlessfreesoul.com) and Amber (diosraw.com)

Symbols #19: Triple Spiral

Triple Spiral also is known as The Tirade or Triskele, represented by three spirals connected by one line representing the flow of time. Each spiral symbolizes earthly life, the afterlife and finally reincarnation.

The triple spiral that relates to the elements of Earth, Water, Sky, Body, Mind, and spirit, is found in Celtic arts and architecture. While it’s inception dates back to the Neolithic era since it is found at the entrance of Newgrange, Ireland.

Kali Yuga

Earth takes a 360-degree journey through the galaxy every 25,920 years. Each complete cycle is known as Yuga. There are four parts to Yuga. Two parts (180 degrees) of ascending consciousness and two parts (180 degrees) of descending consciousness. This cyclical rise and fall of consciousness on Earth has been occurring since its creation, and this explains the rise and fall of the great civilizations on Earth. The Kali Yuga is the last quadrant of the descending consciousness within the Yuga. The Earth is now on the edge of the Kali Yuga. The biblical name for Kali Yuga is the end of time. The end of time will not be the end of the Earth, but the end of darkness and evil on Earth, and the dawn of the Seventh Golden Age of Enlightenment.

The Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime

“The Dreamtime is a commonly used term for describing important features of Aboriginal spiritual beliefs and existence. It is not generally well understood by non-indigenous people.

Aboriginals believe that the Dreamtime was way back, at the very beginning. The land and the people were created by the Spirits. They made the rivers, streams, water holes the land, hills, rocks, plants and animals. It is believed that the Spirits gave them their hunting tools and each tribe its land, their totems and their Dreaming.

The Aboriginals believed that the entire world was made by their Ancestors way back in the very beginning of time, the Dreamtime. The Ancestors made everything.

The Ancestors made particular sites to show the Aboriginal people which places were to be sacred. The Aboriginals performed ritual ceremonies and customary songs near the sacred sites to please the Ancestral spirits and to keep themselves alive.

Distinct tribes had different philosophies and beliefs about the Ancestors who made the world. Some believed that the Ancestors were animal-spirits.

Others in parts of Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory believed the Ancestors were huge snakes. In other places the spirit who created the world were believed to be the Wanadjina.

Dreamtime is the foundation of Aboriginal religion and culture. It dates back some 65,000 years. It is the story of events that have happened, how the universe came to be, how human beings were created and how their Creator intended for humans to function within the world as they knew it.

Aboriginal people understood the Dreamtime as a beginning that never ended. They held the belief that the Dreamtime is a period on a continuum of past, present and future.

The Aborigines learned about their beginnings through their Dreamtime creation folklores that told of the momentous actions of the creators. The myths were the foundation of Aboriginal society and provided certainty about existence.

The Australian aborigines believed that the land they occupied was once not in existence like it is today. It was free from form or life, vacuous – empty.

They unquestionably believed that this was the way things once were because the ancestors had said so and they would never doubt their word. It was during what has become known as the Dreamtime, the land, mountains, hills, rivers, plants, lifeforms both animal and human and sky above were formed by the actions of mysterious and supernatural spirits.

During the Dreamtime the creators made men women and animals, declared the laws of the land and how people were to behave to one another, the customs of food supply and distribution, the rituals of initiation, the ceremonies of death which are required to be performed so that the spirit of the dead travels peacefully to his or her spirit-place, and the laws of marriage.

Some Dreamings told of the mythical creators disappearing. They believed that the creators disappeared from the sight of mere mortals, but continued to live in secret places.

Some lived in the tribe’s territory in rock crevices, trees and water holes. Others went up into the sky above as heavenly bodies. Others changed into (or perhaps became) natural forces such as wind, rain, thunder and lightning.

It is believed that many of the creators continued to live on the land or in the sky above watching over them. These supernatural enigmatic creators were often referred to as men and women who had the ability to change shape into animals and other creatures such as the Rainbow Serpent.

There are also stories of heroes and heroines and Father and Mother figures.

The Dreamtime may be difficult for many of us to understand fully but it is part of who the Aboriginal people are, the very essence and reason for being here. It is all encompassing and will forever be at the centre of their existence as a people.”

Source: https://www.aboriginal-art-australia.com/aboriginal-art-library/aboriginal-dreamtime/