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Today I used the Human Design System to get my chart
to give myself some clarity.

It somewhat links to i-ching which I already use now & again.

It uses your birth date so you:

1. Discover Your ​Type​ & ​Strategy
2. Understand Your ​Inner Authority
3. Begin Your ​Experiment
There are 4 Types and mine is 'Generator'

My 'Strategy' is to make decisions by responding to stimuli.

This was accurate as I personally choose to be highly stimulated in my day & generate a lot of ideas, emotions & energy.
My Inner Authority is emotion. Again this is spot on as I am fluidly emotional all day long without judgement.

I've actually been able to work faster & learn quicker since fully embracing all my emotions plus this has also allowed to work more deeply to release emotional trauma.
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#humandesign for Manifestors:

A Manifestor’s energy field carries with it the power to initiate others into action. When people are in a Manifestor’s energy, they are often unconsciously poised, meaning they are ready to leap and get things going. Image
Because of this frequency of energy, people pay attention to Manifestors, are always waiting to see what will happen next, and will often interrupt the creative flow. This interruption can be very difficult and disruptive for a Manifestor’s sense of flow. Image
When you must stop that flow to find the words to explain to someone what you’re doing or that you don’t need help, it’s often hard to find your creative flow in the same way again. When you don’t understand how your energy works, it’s easy to react with anger toward others. Image
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1/ first: don't sit there forcing yourself to get the motivation back. Nobody in the history of ever got motivated by telling themselves to feel motivated.

Instead, acknowledge you're not feeling it & shift focus instead. Read on... 👇🏼
2/ Try reading something that usually gives you the academic equivalent of fanny flutters (!). Your favourite journo article, your fave writer, a section of your research journal, an interesting joy-giving bit of data.

That might spark some ideas to bring back into your writing
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