In Part I (https://tinyurl.com/y4npv7ak) I offered my working reflections on how the same human design can show up so differently in two different people. I looked at what different souls bring to their human design, including their soul trajectory, their unique dharmas, karmas, and life purpose.
In this conversation I consider how different expressions can stem from the same definition.
Part II: Different expressions can emerge from the same basis
How does the same definition give rise to different expression?
The Artisan Soul Archetype
What we know about Fraternal Twin #1: he’s extroverted, strong-willed and argumentative. He takes a stand for his convictions and feelings, not always diplomatically, and sometimes in an outright offensive manner. He is creative. He understands the mechanics of structure, that is, how things are put together. He’s innovative. No doubt he is interested in making beautiful objects, both for their beauty and function. In another system, he would be classified as an artisan. An artisan seeks creativity and the structure behind it. This is yet another influence that will shape how the definition in the design chart is expressed. They are original and creative in thinking, artistic expression, and engineering. There are more artisans in the fine arts than any other role. They tend to use their hands to produce objects for use by mankind. They enjoy manipulating the objective world of things or symbols of things. The physical world is material to be used, molded, and fashioned. Career-wise, artisans can be artists, inventors, poets, writers, craftsmen, actors, architects, engineers, mechanics, repairmen, and athletes.
The Scholar Soul Archetype
Fraternal Twin #2 is introverted. He is inclined to avoid argumentative scenarios. He is studious and tends to keep to himself. He also keeps his feelings and for the most part, his opinions to himself. In another system, he would be classified as a scholar. Scholars seek knowledge. Scholars often see life as an experiment. They tend to view the world primarily in terms of its information content. Life is seen as a classroom and the scholar is the star pupil; everything is just so much data to be gathered and sifted. The world is a laboratory to experiment in. The physical appearance is often androgynous or neutral. They tend to be scientists, scholars, writers, researchers, mathematicians, and professors.
I introduce the archetypes of artisan and scholar (there are others) as more food for thought in understanding why the same chart can express differently. Of course, the main focus needs to be on utilizing our understanding of the human design chart as the basis for why Fraternal Twin #1 and Fraternal Twin #2 are so different.
With that in mind, remember that both Fraternal Twin #2 and Fraternal Twin #1 are very young. At age 12, they are children at the precipice of their lives and have as yet many experiences to incorporate, digest, and form beliefs and self-knowledge from. Therefore, who they are going to show up as later in life is far from solidified. In the meantime, we have a few evolving personality details and a permanent design to focus on.
Both Fraternal Twin #1 and Fraternal Twin #2 demonstrate sensitivity and responsiveness to their environment. The 19-49 and the 39-55 indicate high levels of sensitivity, creativity and moodiness. Fraternal Twin #1 expresses his sensitivity in a defended manner, and Fraternal Twin #2 expresses it by avoiding conflict. Fraternal Twin #2 also cries when conflict arises, again indicating his sensitivity to becoming easily imbalanced by external events in his environment. They have the 43-23, a channel that is known for its individuality, its melancholy, and its sense of being an outsider with a mission, and a vision that is not shared by the collective.
Variable Influence of the Centers
The open Head Center creates pressure for them to come up with answers to others’ questions, and to live out others’ ideas or inspirations. This can create tremendous confusion, especially in someone so young, as to what they truly consider to be inspirational for them, and what questions they are personally interested in getting the answer to.
Their open G Center, or Identity Center, will create a lifelong sense of having a fluid or chameleon-like sense of self. They will naturally adapt to and unconsciously accept others’ identities as their own. It will be a long time before each finds the foundation of their own sense of self, and this confusing and changing sense of self can lead to both outbursts (Fraternal Twin #1) and withdrawal (Fraternal Twin #2), as they struggle to identify who they are at their core. There will be times when they do not recognize themselves at all — meaning that they’ve drifted far from a personality expression that they are comfortable with. But at this point in their young lives they are far from figuring out who they are, so Fraternal Twin #2 will likely spend a great deal of time researching his interests and through this process gradually build an understanding for himself of who he is, and Fraternal Twin #1 will develop greater ballast regarding his identity through his own creations and how others receive them.
Not much has been noted in the information given how the 44-26 is being expressed, but what we know about these boys hints at, particularly in Fraternal Twin #1, the drive to take ideas and give them physical form.
The defined Will Center is currently being expressed by Fraternal Twin #1 in a defiant manner having to do with being right or proving himself (perhaps masking his insecurity around his convictions) and in Fraternal Twin #2’s case, he seems to be expressing the not-self aspect of a defined Will Center – which is to be more circumspect and hidden about his value, perhaps because he is not sure of his value. Fraternal Twin #1’s interest in producing material creations also hints at a business aptitude.
The Impact of Emotional Authority
The twins have complex emotional authority. Complex because the distinct waves of this authority belong to both the tribal and individual circuits. This authority rides a long individual wave before it can arrive at clarity (more than less) on an issue. In the tribal circuit, the wave is not as long, but it is as intense when it comes to matters that directly affect personal and familial connections. The emotional wave is melancholic, which in a lesser developed emotional body can come off as anger and withdrawal. Its penetrating emotional depth, with its insistence that you experience polarities of feeling about the same thing from one moment to the next can be very confusing and overwhelming, even for adults. It takes a long time to learn that you cannot resist this wave. The only way through it is to surrender to riding its highs and lows and allow it to eventually land you on a quiet, still shore. This long wave of feeling and perception cannot make a decision that truly reflects its position before it is truly ready to do so. Forcing the “hand” of the 39-55 can have negative consequences. Each individual will have their own way of expressing this trait of their chart, and none will be wrong. But they can be very different.
Elements of the Chart
Each twin is working on self-empowerment and self-love (Gate 10) in their own way; each expresses ideas (Gate 11) in their own way, and each brings inspirational downloads (Gate 64) which they will apply to their insights and creations in their own way.
In gate 44 we can see the patterns that aren’t working and how to transform them so that our patterns can be aligned with our purpose. Our awareness of what’s possible shifts when we break out of the old patterns or paradigms that kept us stuck in our thinking. Gate 44 also inspires us to create beautiful environments. Each twin will be drawn to creating some type of venue that others will benefit from.
Their conscious Sun (Gate 9) is the gate of focus. Gate 9 has the potential for obsessive behavior and thinking. We see this in Fraternal Twin #1, and perhaps in Fraternal Twin #2 as well, although not much has been said about his need to develop an intense relationship to his passion, other than what might be hinted at via his tendency for being studious.
Their Profile, 2/4, the Hermit Opportunist, expresses as both shy (2) and social (4). Hermit Opportunists bond through a strategy of both shyness and boldness. We see the shyness expressed more overtly in Fraternal Twin #2 (and perhaps solely at this time), and the boldness in Fraternal Twin #1, with apparent less emphasis on being shy and withdrawn (2). Both of these boys are currently being called and will continue to be called out to share their talents, and they will depend on their network of close friends and associates for mentoring and opportunities.
Not enough is known to comment on how they express their Incarnation Cross, the Right Angle Cross of Planning.
End Part II.
In Part III (https://tinyurl.com/yyxqg6rc) we will look at how soul or life purpose is identified in the twins’ design charts.
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