I actually have a completely different approach to how energy flows in the body graph compared to type and strategy. I really feel that [...]
I actually have a completely different approach to how energy flows in the body graph compared to type and strategy. I really feel that we all have the capacity to build up a lot of energy within the body, even if you don't have any motor defined or are a "no definition" with only undefined centers.
Chi is built up in the body because of aligning with life. When you don't resist life, when you "flow" with life, anyone can build up massive amounts of energy to put to work. I really don't like how Ra described the types as if there's a lack of energy because of your type. I really think that's false.
It's just challenging if you have many undefined centers because the potential for conditioning could be bigger than with someone who has all centers defined. But even then, that's not a rule because people with all centers defined can still be exhausted and burned out because they're not using energy correctly. It's even worse; they probably CONSISTENTLY mis-use that energy.
You know what I mean? It depends on how you were raised, also. Certain beliefs you adopted about yourself. Yes, even beliefs you took from Ra's teachings.
The chart is never "telling me who I am." It only gives me clues and signs to follow. We can actually not know the difference between conditioning and nature by looking at a chart because it shows up differently for everyone. And a lot of people are being conditioned BY their chart and are not being aware of it.
Anyway... whenever I feel that I want my chart to explain who I am, I know that I'm not on the right path. For me, that's a red flag.
Only I know, deep within, who I am. The chart should be something that helps me connect with that essence. But that's not how most people use Human Design, unfortunately.
Most people attach to it, and so it becomes another conditioning force. And some people never look into Human Design because they already know that the chart can never explain who they are. That's probably the most healthy approach.
My challenge is to use Human Design in a way that you actually don't need your chart if you know what I mean, but start trusting yourself, your innate wisdom, instead.