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Understanding Energy Centers
Energy Centers
Amanda Prechel

Understanding Energy Centers: Part 3

If you haven’t yet, make sure to read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. The Sacral Center is the most powerful motor center in the body graph. It contains the energy of life itself. Biologically, it is associated with the male and female reproductive organs. Energetically it deals with work, sexuality, raising children and intimate relationships. It’s also about forming communities with systems of support for community members from the time they’re born to the time they die. Defined: About 66% of people have a defined sacral. If this describes you, you are a generator type (generator or manifesting generator). To get

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Understanding Energy Centers
Energy Centers
Amanda Prechel

Understanding Energy Centers: Part 2

If you haven’t yet, click here to read Part 1 which covers the ajna, head and throat centers. The G center is also known as the identity Center or the self center. When it’s healthy and balanced, it’s magnetic. It attracts the correct experiences and opportunities for you. These are the catalysts you need to find your way in the world. Its themes are identity, love, and sense of life direction. Defined:You’re here to give away love from your place of self-security. While everyone experiences a sense of “directionlessness” to some extent, maybe during a major life transition or their

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Understanding Energy Centers
Energy Centers
Amanda Prechel

Understanding Energy Centers: Part 1

  When you see your Human Design chart for the first time, it can be overwhelming! There are shapes, lines, numbers, symbols and colors everywhere.  Before you stress yourself out with the finer details of things, let’s zoom out a bit. The first step is always understanding your energy type, authority and strategy.  After a bit of experimentation in that realm, you can take a look at how individual energy centers might be playing out certain themes in your life. Humans are nine-centered beings. Each of our centers can be either defined or undefined. Defined centers in your chart will

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