Grief and the Ego Center in Human Design

Grief and the Ego Center in Human Design helps us understand how we can try to motivate ourselves to “get over” what we’re feeling and use our willpower to push through. The Ego center (or the Will/Heart center as it’s referred to) is the center of willpower, motivation, self-worth, and the heart to do what…

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Struggling to Stay Off Social Media?

If you’re struggling to stay off social media, this post will speak to you. September 23, 2023 is a milestone date for me. It’s not a special birthday. It’s not a special anniversary. It’s not a health goal I achieved. September 23, 2023 marks the six months since I quit social media. It was my…

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Grief and the Identity Center in Human Design

Grief and the Identity Center in Human Design offers an illuminating peek into how “lost” we feel in the aftermath of loss. The Identity center (or the G center as it’s commonly referred to) is where we experience the themes of identity (who am I?), our sense of self and direction, authenticity, direction, and purpose.…

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How To Learn from Our Failures in Life

How to learn from our failures in life is a topic we rarely think, speak, or debate about. Failure is not pretty or popular. Especially in a world that loves, adores, and celebrates success. Successful people. Successful ideas. Successful teams. We’re constantly bombarded with quick-fix tips on how to achieve success whether we want to…

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Grief and the Solar Plexus Center in Human Design

The study of grief and the emotional Solar Plexus center in Human Design is extremely important. It helps us understand how we experience emotions, our ability to navigate an intensely emotional time in our lives, and the beliefs we hold about emotional expression. No matter what we’re grieving–whether it’s the loss of someone we love,…

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Grief and the Spleen Center in Human Design

The study of grief and the Spleen center in Human Design helps us understand the fears we carry about survival which can affect our wellness on all levels. No matter what we’re grieving–whether it’s the loss of someone we love, an identity we’re being called to shed, a geographic move, or the end of a…

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The Bitter Projector

The bitter Projector is a projector who is out of alignment. Think of bitterness as the red flag the universe waves at a Projector when they’re off track. This is called a projector’s not-self theme. When we’re aligned, we’re responding from Self, or the wise part of ourselves. Traditionally we’ve been taught to avoid “bad”…

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Grief and the Head Center in Human Design

The study of grief and the Head center in Human Design helps us understand how we “think” about the experience we’re moving through. When we’re grieving–whether it’s the loss of someone we love, an identity we’re being called to shed, a geographic move, or the end of a season that was special–we have a tendency…

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Unburdening the Mind from Decision-Making

Unburdening the mind from decision-making will give it enough space to do what it excels at. Imagine leaving a five-year-old in charge of your home and driving off to your full-time job. The kid would help themselves to all the candy in the house. They’d probably stick their finger in an electrical socket. They might…

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What is a Toxic Relationship?

What is a toxic relationship and who are the people who create such relationships? We know them. We have them in our lives. They’re the people we call “toxic.” We don’t like being around these people because they demand things of us, make us feel bad, and “pull” on our energy. If they’re family, it’s even…

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