Human Design 6/3 Generator realizes that avoiding chaos is not a design option
by Neva J. Howell unless otherwise noted
I’m supposed to bump into things…
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’ve spent a good deal of my time (before discovering HD) trying to avoid chaos; trying my best to avoid being bumped into by this, that or the other force.
Ironic. Recently, I’ve realized that bumping into things, trial and error, transcending chaos … these are landmarks of my design.
I was given this information on my profile from someone on one of the 6th line groups on facebook. These have been a great blessing to me and, sometimes, not so much. There are those who are incredibly supportive and sharing and there are those who quite obviously look down their nose in disdain at those less educated in human design. It’s a wonderful mix that challenges my ego and my assumptions/perspectives in many ways so I find it valuable.
If you are new to human design, and have a 6th line in your profile and/or are a Generator, does it feel in alignment to check these groups?
The group that yielded the info on chaos and bumping into things, specific to my 6/3 profile, is a group on PHS. This, I am just learning about, and has to do with the best way of consuming foods and the best environment for each profile. I find it confusing and information is sparse without a PHS readaing, which can be expensive. However, I’m meeting people who see me (and some who don’t see me at all — experiencing the bumping into, even in cyber space LOL). In any case, does this hold interest for you? PHS Experiment
Transcending what now?!?
Imagine my shock to read that, at least according to one HD friend who, I’m sure knows much more than I do about it) illuminates that I’ve spent the majority of my adult life avoiding is exactly what I must embrace to live my design! I confess that, when I first read this, I wanted a do-over. No. Don’t want this design. Whatever made me think I did before incarnating, no. Don’t want it.
After initial rebellion and resistance, I recognize the value. If one is to transcend chaos, one must encounter chaos to transcend. If one is to learn by trial and error, it follows that error is eternally part of the equation. These realizations were not music to my ears.
However, experience is undeniable. I spent most of my life trying to avoid chaos and know for sure rather than continually testing and trying different experiments. That really didn’t work for me so, by the time I finally paid attention to Human Design, I knew that I needed help to navigate my life.
Getting used to chaos, being bumped into and trial and error has not been an easy journey. In fact, I regularly resist the very idea. Yet, it keeps coming back around that these are elements of a design I chose.