Soul Talk: Time for a Spiritual Adjustment
by Neva J. Howell unless otherwise noted
A Soul Level Conversation
PLEASE NOTE: I am not an HD expert. I am sharing my own journey of the past few years, into the 6/3 Generator Profile experience. If you have positive information to add, please contact me. I’m happy to be educated on points that are still unclear to me. If you have negative information to share, please keep it to yourself. And if you think this post is just mind games, feel very free to just move on. Thanks.
I had wandered far from feeling awesome, expansive or delightful and last night, as I drifted toward sleep, I said to my SELF, let’s do something different. I woke up with that intention and the way today has flowed shows me, for the umpteenth time, that intent influences experience.
Premise: We are designed to enjoy this human experience. Some of us are designed to learn through trial and error. The thing that happens is that we start to judge the trial and error part of us. We feel any trial that ends up in error is wrong, bad, a failure of some kind.
Part of my journey as a spiritual being has been coming ’round to the idea that nothing is really wrong. It’s so easy, when you are designed to learn through trial and error, to let the errors define you.
In human design lingo, my profile is 6/3 Generator, sacral authority with splenic awareness. For those not familiar with human design, it may be enough to say that the person who brought the human design teachings forward, Ra, said of the 6/3 generator:
“If you meet a 6/3 it’s important to realize that you are meeting a crash victim”.
Yes, I can testify!
So. A large part of my journey into the human design teaching was to uncover that I’m really ok. I’m fine, the way I am. I chose this design. I chose to learn through trial and error. It’s part and parcel of who I AM in the world. It’s not wrong unless my mind makes it wrong.
I’ve stopped letting my mind make this wrong.
I learn through trial and error. The error part is a misnomer because the reality is that it’s perfectly in alignment to sense what seems like error. It just means I need to do more trials.
If you are, as I am, one who learns through trial and error, an important question to ask:
When considering an experience, ask yourself what the most challenging aspects of the experience will be and then ask your body “Is the experience worth the challenges?” Consider what you are willing to do, to have an experience and not just the desire of it and you’ll be more apt to know whether the benefits will outweigh the risk. Your mind does NOT have the answer. Ask your body and trust that instantaneous sense of yes or no that comes before thinking.