When you‘re looking at somebody‘s bodygraph, one way of trying to understand it is imagine that that bodygraph is only a cell in a larger organism. That‘s the first thing. Just as a metaphor. If you imagine that that bodygraph is a cell in a larger organism, it‘s going to at least take you away from the vanity of its importance, uniqueness, specialness. It‘s just a cell.
At the core of that cell, you‘re going to have all of the DNA information for every single aspect of that being. In other words, we can take a cell now and you can go in and grab the DNA and you can take the cell from anywhere and that cell is going to contain the information of the totality. If you look at the cell as a bodygraph, you see the bodygraph contains the information of the totality. In other words, it carries the entire spectrum of all 64 gates. So the bodygraph is a cell and you can see inside of the cell that there is a genetic information pool that outlines the totality.
Now, what happens to us is that we have a surface imprinting program. In other words, you have liver cells, you have blood cells, and you have this kind of cell, that kind of cell. But if you go into the center, they all have the same information. The only difference is that each of those cells has a place where there is a special imprinting, where something is highlighted. And instead of them being occupied with being everything: “growing up to be a human”; they‘re occupied with being a good blood cell.
So, when we take a calculation and you have the planets and so forth, what you‘re really looking at is our imprinting. It‘s the highlighting. We do, after all, have everything. You cannot go through this life with 64 gates and not experience everything. We do, all the time. This room is 64 gates. And if it‘s not with the transit included, it will be the moment we go outside; all of these things. It‘s always there. Every aspect is always there because this is life.
The difference between us is Human Design measures uniqueness. The easiest thing with human beings is to see our similarity. The easiest thing; and I‘m speaking from a biological genetic level. It‘s very, very hard genetically to differentiate one human being from another in terms of where the information actually is that makes a difference in us. After all, a fruit fly has 70% of our genetic information.
So, the question of analysis is not about similarity, it‘s about uniqueness. What we see from the imprinting is that as a cell what are the things that are important for us to accomplish as a cell; that‘s our imprinting. And of course, when you‘re living out your uniqueness, that is, you‘re following your Strategy, what you get to do is fulfill that. In other words, you become a good blood cell that does a really good job, instead of a blood cell that may become a problem and infect others and so forth and so on, and on and on and all those illustrations…
So, one of the things we‘re seeing in the mapping is that we‘re looking at a bodygraph that‘s just showing us our uniqueness imprinting, and when we go down to the Sun/Earth configuration, we‘re showing 70% of that uniqueness imprinting. In other words, the major themes of our imprinting; but, when we go out to the 64 hexagram wheel, we‘re going back to similarity. Genetically the First Imprint is General and Similar We‘re actually stepping into another place.
The similarity derives from the first imprint, if I can speak that way genetically of our cell. The first imprint is general and similar. We work from general and similar to becoming unique. This is the mutative process that operates out of the similar and general and eventually leads to diversity and uniqueness.
So, if you really want to understand us, the first thing to recognize is that you have to get rid of the uniqueness of us, which is the bodygraph level, and you have to go into the cosmic level. You have to go into the larger, spiritual domain of wholeness, and see that we don‘t begin with a connection to the one. In that sense, it‘s always there because the bodygraph carries the complete matrix.” -Ra Uru Hu