Human Design NW Homepage Summary of Human Design Parameters

Summary of the Types

Type Theme Strategy Example
Manifestor Anger Inform Before Acting Al Gore
Pure Generator Frustration Wait to Respond Madonna
Manifesting Generator Anger & Frustration Wait to Respond Sean Connery
Projector Bitterness Wait to be Invited Paul McCartney
Reflector Disappointment Simply Wait 28 Days Richard Burton

  Emotional vs. Unemotional

Solar Plexus Defined = Emotional:  
Consider Proposals For 2 or 3 Days Before Making a Decision

Summary of the Profiles

Right Angle - Personal Destiny



These people are introspective and love to learn.  They learn by trial and error and by making mistakes.  They are pessimistic until their foundation is secure.  They make their foundation secure by intense study, and they have the core strength to rip down what no longer works for society.



These people love to research and study and are always being approached by their friends to share what they have learned.  Surprisingly, they hold strong points of view.  They need a well-rounded education as a child to have a broad perspective or they will be too narrow-minded.



These people are very private.  You may not know their real mission in life.  These are "naturals" in some area that interests them and must be "called out" of their seclusion by their friends and community.  This is the profile of the missionary, because when called to an interest the pursue it with zeal.



These people are very practical, and their reputation is essential for them to maintain their place in society.  They are naturally brilliant in some area and they prefer seclusion.  Because people have false expectations of them, they are reluctant to engage.  However, on rare occasions, if they have a practical solution,  they can "call themselves" out of seclusion.



These people are the great experimenters in life.  They are problem solvers with a scientific inclination.  They will bump into everything that doesn't work in society and will find practical solutions for it.  Often others get tired of hearing from them about everything that doesn't work.  This can lead to social isolation.


Role Model

These people have some of the deepest wisdom about the trial and error process of life.  As they mature, they become living examples of how to handle the challenges of life.  They have an underlying optimism and innocence that allows them to endure life's trials and tribulations.


Role Model

These people are the witnesses of their social environment.  They are the great networkers in their immediate community and circle of family and friends.  They are seen as friendly and sociable by others.  Through observation, they develop good interpersonal skills.  Ultimately they must mature into role models of what they have observed that works.

Juxtaposition - Fixed Fate



These people are excellent teachers.  It is not in their nature to change who they are or what they stand for.  They have a very specific and fixed purpose in life, and it belongs to no one to change that.

Left Angle - Transpersonal Karma



These people are often our leaders, generals and gurus.  They are natural leaders.  Their personal nature is very private, but in times of need they are good at finding solutions for organizations, governments and society as a whole.  Others have the expectation that these people have the answers, and if they don't deliver a practical solution, their reputation is ruined.



These people are natural geniuses in some particular thing and have leadership potential, but they often don't see it in themselves.  Because of the great expectations others place on them, they retreat into a private world.  They often feel oppressed by these overblown expectations of society.


Role Model

These people are here to be living examples of what they have learned in the three phases of their lives.  In the first phase, they experience great challenges and trials.  In the second phase, they withdraw and become objective observers of how to deal with those challenges.  In the third phase of their lives, they walk in the world as natural, living examples what they have learned.  


Role Model

These people are eternal optimists no matter what challenges life brings to them.  Although they also have three phases to their lives of challenge, observation and example; the challenges never end for them.  This adds an eternal element of chaos to their lives, and they are always learning from their experiences.  A good sense of humor and the ability to laugh at themselves will make life easier.

Summary of the Centers

1. Head Center Inspiration, Anxiety, Mental Pressure
Pineal Gland
2. Ajna Center Mental Awareness, Thinking,
Conceptualization, Pituitary Gland
3. Throat Center Communication, Action, Metabolism,
Expression, Thyroid & Parathyroid Glands
4. G Center Sense of Self, Identity, Love,
Direction in Life, Liver
5. Heart Center Ego, Willpower, Courage, Willfulness,
The Heart Itself, Gall Bladder, Stomach
6. Splenic Center Immune System, Intuition, Instinct, Taste,
Fear For Survival, Spleen, Lymph System
7. Sacral Center Life Force, Generative and Creative Energy,
Sexuality, Sex Organs
8. Solar Plexus Center Emotions, Pleasure, Feelings,
Sexiness, Kidney, Bladder, Pancreas
9. Root Center Stress, Pressure, Fuel For Life,
Depression, Adrenal Glands