Make up your Mind? Maybe Not

I wasn’t sure what to call this one. It started with a reflection: Make up Your Mind? No one ever says “Make up your Body.”

In this short video I talk about what the real issue is, and suggest a better place to go for decisions in your life, your body.

If you often feel pressure to “just make up your mind” or have pressured someone else to do the same, maybe, just maybe, it’s not the best approach. You might want to watch this…

An Overview of the G Center

the G Center is the center of the Self

It’s all about direction, identity and love. We have all been conditioned to go looking for these things. It matters not if the center is Defined or it’s Undefined in your chart, no need to LOOK. In this video I talk about the healthy and not-healthy states on both sides of the equation.

This overview of the G Center was originally recorded in a Living Your Design Guide training class I participated in. It was one of my 2 practice presentations.  This presentation offers a peek into this amazing center, and into what I would cover in a full-on Living Your Design class.

The Open G Center Giving me Grief

Open G Center Human DesignThe Open G got a huge rattling these past couple of months once I SAW the degree to which my life has been oriented towards “the other.” Love and direction. Hahaha.

The affects of the conditioning feels more devastating – for me – than the undefined Ego (it’s like a little annoying gnat in comparison). ALL of the initial conditioning, that which had me latch onto people and suffer tremendously when they rejected me, starts with the Open G. Continue reading

Open Solar Plexus – Hiding my True Self

Today in the Jedi Training discussion Forum (this was originally posted on another website in 2014), the facilitator mentioned that anyone with an Undefined Solar Plexus center is likely to hide some aspects of their truth from people so as not to have to confront the feared judgments or persecution from others. (She didn’t say this last part; they’re my words.)

I got this one locked down when I was a teenager – if not earlier – when it became apparent that my parents would not like to know what I was REALLY up to. This sounds typical of many teenagers, but I have to be honest and say that this self-preservation mechanism is alive and well today. It can seep into the simplest interactions if there’s any (perceived) threat that I’ll be judged or dismissed or completely rejected. Continue reading