How Your Human Design Affects Your Health – Part 2

In Part One of this series, we started a discussion about how your Human Design affects your health with an explanation of defined and undefined center and the Heart or Willpower Center. Now we are going to continue our journey through the Centers and look how they correlate to certain aspects of our body and health. The Solar Plexus, the Emotional Center Emotions rule the world. Whoever gets the most upset, has the most power, since the rest of us will immediately try anything to calm them down, knowing that if we don’t, there will be consequences. The emotions are extraordinarily powerful and can be said to be linked for all wars, domestic strife, rage, and fighting, as well as digestive issues, addictions of all sorts, breathing disorders, immune disorders, and perhaps even autism.   Babies learn very early that if they require something, want some attention, they merely have to throw a tantrum to get results. It is inevitable that we all suffer some degree of emotional … [Read more...]

How Your Human Design Affects Your Health – Part 1

Good health is not a guarantee for us, even though the human being is an incredibly resilient and versatile species. Our bodies can survive and prosper in all kinds of diverse environments; eat and digest an enormous spectrum of foods and liquids. Yet, we can still be prone to disease. The implication of the word 'dis-ease' is that we are made to feel uncomfortable within our body when we allow certain anomalies (viruses or harmful bacteria, for example) to penetrate its working mechanism. Many older people, when asked what are the greatest qualities of life, will always say that health is the most important thing. Guarding and nourishing our health is of primary importance. So keeping anomalies at bay is a very worthwhile endeavor. This article is not written from a medical point of view, neither from a Western perspective, which is a medical system that has evolved in large part from a military presence on battlefields, nor an Eastern perspective, which has evolved from a … [Read more...]