MY Precious “I” doesn’t like it… I am sure yours doesn’t either…
I remember when I considered being a Generator a slight. Like someone didn’t recognize my creativity, declared me a working bee… I hated it. But…
Years earlier I had the same reaction to finding out that I was a finisher… in the “system” starters vs. finishers, I learned from Alex Mandossian, who was my mentor for a little while… I healed him and he mentored me… Here is a link to an interview that explains https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bc_87BcOChU
Some insanely creative people are Generators in the Human Design System.
One of the tricks of gurus and teachers is to be vague. It is that they seem to be vague… per se, by itself… No. They seem to be really clear… while in execution they allow everyone to make up their own interpretation, and thus fail.
Just look at meditation: I am an empath and I watch/feel what people are doing when they are supposedly meditating… Not.
Two kinds of results from followers:
some lie and say: they followed the instructions, and hit solid gold. They either followed the instructions or didn’t… If they did hit solid gold, my hunch says they would have hit solid gold without the instructions…
The rest: they think they followed their interpretation of the instructions but are afraid to say: it didn’t work… Just like the crowd won’t trust their own eyes to say: the emperor has no clothes.
This is exactly what happens with followers of the modality to live by your design: The Human Design System.
Yesterday I wrote about seeing reason, seeing the causal relationship between things.
I confess that it is a hard thing to see. Not just me, but everyone. Cause is in the invisible realm of reality… it is there, but it is rarely seen.
The Butterfly Effect comes to mind, that says through a string of invisible cause and effect happenings, a butterfly flapping its wings in Japan will cause a tornado in Arkansas. According to Wikipedia: Butterfly effect: In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state.
So it is not easy. But… and this is what this article is about, most people lack even the curiosity necessary to see causal relationships: they don’t care.
If you don’t have a capacity, you also lack the capacity to see what would it entail to exercise that capacity.
When I write an article, when I give instructions, when I teach, what people do is as diverse as if I told them all different things… even though I said exactly the same thing. It could be my intonation: they were on the call at the same time, or read the same article, and yet.
You listen approximately, hear more of your commentary and interpretation than what is actually said, and then you follow your commentary, not what was said. And, to boot, you never actually take the time to understand what the words really mean. Your vocabulary is approximate… and you may not even know it.
I have been trying to dig deeper and deeper into the morass of human misery so that I can dig you out of there. I have tools, but I want more. And more. And more.
It is not about getting myself out of misery: I am already 70% “clear” of misery… and that is a blissful place, but it took me 34 years, so far, and I don’t know many people who are willing to work on themselves that long… I did it because I was soooo miserable.
So I have been looking at modalities, methods, systems, that look hopeful. Methods that their truth value is decent.
With regards to your health, what you eat is important. We all know that. We have heard it a thousand times. We also heard to eat a good breakfast, a light supper… blah blah blah.
But when you eat, what environment you eat in, and how you eat what you eat seems to be as important, or maybe even more important than what you eat.
I just bought and watched two videos on “how to eat according to your type” or the style of eating that seems to be crucial for a sense of well-being, especially for brain health. I have known my own “style” of eating for a while, and it has made a big difference. Most people in the world eat stews, or meats with side dishes, or salads with a lot of ingredients, but a good 20% of the world, with the most ancient style DNA needs to eat like people ate when they didn’t have dishes: one thing at a time. Like a Neanderthal…
I have this most ancient DNA,
…seemingly no intermarriage, no mixing with other nationalities, or other groups. So I do best, my stomach, my digestion, my emotional well-being, when I just eat one-ingredient dishes. When I eat meat, I just eat meat. When I eat, let’s say, cabbage, I just eat cabbage. I am finding out that even just adding onions to the cabbage or to the meat makes me not that well… I can now feel it. Who would have thought it!
One thing per meal.
OK… fat, onions, and garlic go with anything, and it is still considered one food. I have been testing for, I don’t know, ten years?
As a child I felt it.
I would move the meat off the sandwich, I would remove the fruits from the cake, I would eat the sour cream meant to be used in a vegetable dish… I got punished. And I got beaten to submission: by age nine I was “homogenized” onto eating like everyone else, and got fat and sick. Unfortunately society, family frowns at you being an individual and having individual needs, no matter who you are, no matter how your family seems.
The second most ancient eating style, from digestion’s point of view is the style called “consecutive”… I have three clients like that: all got well when they started to eat one thing at a time, but they can eat 10 minutes later something else. I can’t.
No soups, no stews, no side dishes. No cookies, no bread, no chocolate, no candy, nothing with ingredients. In that regard she is like me. But she can eat her next one-thing ten minutes later, I have to wait at least one hour.
Once you get used to it, you’ll love it.
The styles are these:
Hot – Thirst – eat all food and beverages at body temperature or warmer…
Cold – Thirst – eat and drink cold food
Low – sound – only eat in low sound environment… Noise prevents you from developing an appetite
High – sound – only eat when the environment is noisy, TV, family, restaurant, or music on the ears.
Nervous – Touch – eat only when the environment, inner and outer, are busy… like family bustle. My hunch is that this “touch” is a sensory thing: your food needs to be chewy, but I might be wrong.
Calm – Touch – eat only when the environment, inner and outer, are calm
Alternating – Appetite – my diet. one ingredient dishes… separated by time
Consecutive – Appetite– my clients’ diet above
Direct – light – should eat only during the day
Indirect – light – should eat at night
Open – Taste… eat a varied diet chosen for their taste… If you like the food it is easier to have an appetite for it.
Closed – Taste… eat a monotonous diet, for most people it’s the staple diet of their ancestry, very different by seasons.
Should you eat meat? Fat? to feel satiated… if you violate this one, you’ll be always hungry
Should you eat filling stuff?
Should you eat sugar? and how…
I just did the whole testing work for a woman from my Over 60 exercise class. She is 80, lives alone, and her only complaint is wicked seasonal allergies.
I give away at least one product or service every month, so I quickly muscle tested her before the class started, and the muscle test says that she eats the wrong foods, and she eats the wrong way.
I offered my services and she accepted.
When you have an 80 year old woman, you don’t know what to expect.
This 80 year old woman is a lot healthier than most of my clients were when they first came to me. But…
The test showed that she can eat any protein other than fish and milk products, as long she doesn’t eat it twice within a week.
She has been eating exclusively fish.
The test showed that she can eat any grain as long as she doesn’t repeat it within a week. Same with all the vegetables.
And she can’t eat any fruits, not even lemons…
She was so happy. She immediately found examples in her family for people who got better once they stopped eating fish.
This was probably the most rewarding health session I have ever had.
A full health evaluation session is normally $250, and you need to commit to a follow-up session as well.
But because the part regarding the eating styles is in experimental stage… at least in my practice, has been around and proven effective for the clients of “The Human Design Primary Health System” consultants.
I paid $97 for my report 10 or so years ago. I have seen prices starting at $55… They use the Human Design “science” that I myself am not trained in, even though I have studied it, but I don’t have complete confidence in.
The eating style report I got has proven not accurate… It diagnosed me as a one thing per mouthful… but allowed me to eat another thing next mouthful. Turned out: I am really best when I eat one thing per meal… with some elements added, like fat, salt, onions or garlic… that seem to integrate with almost any food.
To the degree I eat that way, to the same degree I am slim, energetic, painless, and coherent. It is not easy, but it’s worth it.
But you can get it for 30 bucks… if…
If you want me to test you for the style, THERE ARE 12, plus the three what questions… for the styles that are best for your body, you can ask me to measure you.
I need to be able to connect to you.
The process is the same as with the Starting Point Measurements: I need a picture and I need your date of birth. The full date. No hour is necessary.
“I am curious… please measure me for my eating style or styles. I’d like to experience eating according to my style and be well, energetic, coherent, and clearheaded… Wow… What would that be like?” Yeah, you are curious? Here is the button to order…
PS: There is another way to categorize your eating style: the style of the dog and the cat… I probably would be the squirrel… lol.
I went grocery shopping today on my own. I was carrying some 20 lbs of groceries up the steps to get home. 1
I ran into Leo, my musician friend. I explained to him that carrying those 20 lbs of groceries illustrated to me what it was like to climb the steps a year ago, when I was about 20 lbs heavier. In 18 months I shed 40 lbs.