Whatever your Astrological Sun Sign or Human Design may be, there is an important time of the year towards the end of January, when, according to the placement of our Solar System within the Universe, a new year begins. This usually happens on or around January 22nd, as our Sun moves into that part of the sky around us relating to Hexagram 41.
As we watch the seasons of our life and world move around us, we realize that what catches our immediate attention one moment is swept away in another, and yet we are aware that the seasons appear to be moving faster and faster around us. A part of Einstein’s theories is the understanding that if you are moving towards something, the closer you get to it, the fast you go, or appear to be going, relatively!
Desires Desires come in many forms, shapes and sizes but mostly they are associated with our having direct experiences in life. Desires can involve sex, food, drugs, sports, relationships, fun, excitement, gambling and all of life’s ups and downs. If we honestly examine the nature of our desires we find that they are mostly impersonal, we just crave an experience. The question for us each is, does living out any particular desire bring true fulfillment or not?
Our Emotions We live in an emotional world these days and yet for the most part we are often struggling to understand how emotions affect us and how we can embrace them in healthy ways.
Happy New Year! And I am talking about the New Year that starts on January 22nd 2010. You might have thought that the New Year started on January 1st and according to the Roman calendar it does, but through Human Design we have found that in fact a whole new experience for our Earth starts when the sun enters Hexagram/Gate 41, and this happens on January 22nd 2010. Let me explain.
Michael Jackson August 29th 1958 – June 26th 2009 Born in Gary, Indiana in 1958, Michael had a single activation in his Life chart, that of Community. Even if his life wasn’t known to millions of devoted fans, a glance at this Human Design Life Chart reveals the “real Michael.” His whole life centered around his family, whether his blood relatives or the millions of people worldwide who identified themselves with “Jacko,” the King of Pop.