Which 5 Centers Make Up the Incarnation Cross in Human Design?

Posted by Bella | January 16, 2023 at 8:57 am | 36 views
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The Incarnation Cross is a specific combination of five centers in the bodygraph (also known as a “chart” or “design”) that is said to represent the individual’s unique purpose and characteristics in life. The five centers are the Head (also known as the “Ajna” center), the Throat, the Splenic, the Solar Plexus, and the Root centers. The specific combination of these centers and the way they interact with each other is said to indicate the individual’s specific “strategy” for living in the world and fulfilling their purpose.

The specific combination of centers that make up an Incarnation Cross in Human Design are:

  1. The Head (Ajna) center: This center is located at the top of the bodygraph, between the eyebrows. It is associated with heightened awareness, intuition, and self-awareness. When this center is defined, or “activated,” it is said to indicate that the individual has a strong inner guidance system and can trust their intuition to make decisions.
  2. The Throat center: This center is located at the base of the throat. It is associated with communication, self-expression, and decision-making power. When this center is defined, it is said to indicate that the individual has a strong ability to communicate their thoughts and feelings, as well as a clear sense of their own authority.
  3. The Splenic center: This center is located in the solar plexus, near the stomach. It is associated with survival instincts, the primal self, and the physical body. When this center is defined, it is said to indicate that the individual has a strong connection to their physical needs and instincts and can trust their body’s signals to guide them in making decisions.
  4. The Solar Plexus center: This center is located at the solar plexus, near the stomach. It is associated with personal power and the ability to take action. When this center is defined, it is said to indicate that the individual has a strong sense of self and the ability to assert themselves in the world.
  5. The Root center: This center is located at the base of the spine, near the tailbone. It is associated with grounding, security, and connection to the physical world. When this center is defined, it is said to indicate that the individual has a strong connection to their physical surroundings and feels a sense of security and stability in the world.

It’s also worth noting that just having the center defined, activated or open doesn’t necessarily indicate positive or negative characteristics, but more how you process the information coming through that center and how it interacts with the rest of the chart.

If you have an open or undefined Head center in your Human Design chart, there are several things you can do to try to activate or strengthen it like develop your intuition by practicing meditation or mindfulness, try to make decisions using your intuition and listen to your inner guidance rather than relying on logic or external advice, take time to reflect on the messages you receive from your intuition by keeping a journal and record your thoughts, feelings, and insights. This can help you to better understand the guidance you receive and can also help you to learn to trust it more.

If you have an open or undefined Throat center in your Human Design chart, you can try to activate or strengthen it by developing your communication skills because throat center is associated with communication. One way to do this is by taking a class or workshop on effective communication, or by reading books on the subject. You can practice self-expression, try to ways to express yourself like writing, drawing, painting, singing, or any other form of self-expression that resonates with you. Another way to activate your throat center is when you have something important to say, it’s important to be able to speak your truth in a clear and confident manner. Speak up in situations where you might otherwise hold back, and take responsibility for your thoughts and feelings.

What you can do to activate or strengthen your splenic center by connecting with nature, taking time to spend in nature, such as by walking in a park or garden, can help to ground and stabilize the energy of the Splenic Center. Practice mindfulness by doing mediation and mindfulness practices can help to bring awareness to the present moment and promote feelings of safety and security. Do physical activities by exercising or doing physical activities can help to ground the energy of the Splenic Center and promote feelings of security. Surround yourself with supportive people because having a strong support system can help to activate the Splenic Center and provide a sense of safety and security.

There are some ways to activate or strengthen your solar plexus center like try to set and achieve goals can help to boost self-confidence, practice self-care and engage in activities that promote self-care and self-love, such as journaling or exercise. Speake up and be able to express yourself effectively and assertively. Try to build resilience like learning from failures.

And the last one, If you have an open or undefined root center in your Human Design chart, you can try to create a stable and secure environment. Build healthy habits by creating and maintaining healthy habits. Take some time to connect with nature such as by walking in a park or garden. Practice mindfulness and do some exercise or any physical activities can help to ground the energy of the Root Center and promote feelings of security.