What you say can have a long-lasting impact.
We're transiting Gate 12 from June 13 - June 18
FIND PEACE IN THE PAUSE
The Sun’s transit through this Gate of Caution (Standstill) might be seen as a signpost to honor your moods, speak your truth, or stay silent — depending on your mood.
If you’re in the right mood, then what you have to say may have your intended emotional impact on others. However, the impact may be more from the tone or frequency of your voice rather than your words. How you say it can alter the meaning of what you say – you can be empowering or dis-empowering.
Since this is an acoustic energy the tone, or frequency, of your voice (or the voice of others) may hold ‘secrets’ to what’s really being said.
Also known as the Gate of Silence, not saying anything can be so immensely powerful as well.
So, being patient may calm the sense of urgency and allow space for the outcome to unfold. You may contemplate a unique idea or feeling and allow the time necessary to unleash an innovative and more creative approach..
Just like when winter appears and the world seems lifeless, there is hidden development under the surface.
Patience allows for your creativity to have the most impact. There’s potential to be wonderfully articulate when speaking with the right timing.
And, if your mood isn’t right, others may not hear what you intended, or they won’t experience the potential transformation that interacting with you can bring.
What you say can have a long-lasting impact. What will you make as your unique contribution to the whole?
When the larynx dropped 80,000 – 90,000 years ago humans were finally able to express concepts and ideas with more diversity.
When Martin Luther King gave his famous speech, I Have a Dream, it shaped a transition in our culture. He had an ability to articulate and motivate a large group of people with not only his words, but his passion.
“I really think that’s what [this transit’s] energy is about when you get down to the bottom line. Our ability to articulate helps us become more civilized and to have more diversity, and to me this speech is one of those things that epitomizes the attempt to be more civilized and more humane in our interactions with others. And that the dream that he had that he could be a citizen that was of equal standing with any other citizen in the United States.
[This transit] is a powerful combination. It has the capacity to be an extreme change agent. And it has been. The evolution that we have seen with the dropping of the larynx with the ability to begin to make distinct articulated noises and that they could reflect a thinking process. This is what allowed the development of consciousness, self-reflected consciousness to begin to be in the world. And with that we could develop complexity.” Cathy Kinnaird, Human Design Teacher & Analyst
I am not this hair, I am not this skin, I am the soul that lives within. ― Lao Tzu
What are Solar Transits?
In Human Design, Solar Transits reflect the impact the Sun is having on humanity as it moves through the Gates and Lines of the Mandala (64 Gates and 384 Lines). Transits are potentials that you may see in others and the world around you, and, may become a part of your experience as well.
Not everyone experiences these energies … and if we do, we experience them filtered through our own unique Human Design.
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“There is no one else like you, and only you can live out the magic and power of your unique gifts and contributions. I would love to help you validate the truth of who you are, and how you’re designed to interact profoundly and compassionately with others, as well as provide you with practical tools specific to your design that will create a greater experience of ease and grace, and alignment in your life.” ~ Ruth Brennan
Ruth Brennan is an IHDS Certified Professional Analyst, Certified BG5 Career & Business Consultant and Certified Professional Teacher of the Foundational Knowledge of Human Design who lives in Vancouver, Washington.