A Design Trait Specific to Thought Patterns

Confusion of levels is inevitable

A trait found with Case #1, not seen in the comparison of charts so far is a cognitive defect shared with her mother and grandmother. With very poor convergence of sight between the two eyes, depth perception is compromised. One eye so dominates vision that the stimulation to the side of the brain ruled by that eye rules a majority of the thinking, as well.

There’s a sort of overweening, nervous jumping at the bit to get in first and last about it. It seems fear-driven, and that element is a conscious sensitivity around the perceived source (according to this application of human design to a family system) in the chart not yet prepared for this site.

What makes it interesting to predict is the potential to prove this system and the theory of mind on the two previous posts: that there is an apparent x-chromosome/mitochondrial relationship to intelligence (intelligence defined as mode or way or preference in thinking patterns and habits). If the charts do show correspondence in family trees, we can see a pattern where the son and father of case study #1 share a trait that passed by case study #1.

The open thoughts in case study should be found in her mother’s chart, too, (this did prove to be so) where they have already observed a characteristic of thought processing by detecting an absence of brain connection on the side of the brain that communicates with the weaker, less focused left eye.

Forgiveness enables you to see another, to hear another and to experience another. However, until forgiveness has been achieved, you will only experience your ideas about another, and you will not truly be with the other person at all. Here your relationship is more with your ideas about another and not with another. It is possible for people to be together for years and years and never experience one another. It is possible for people to spend great periods of time interacting while only fortifying their ideas and judgments about one another. As a result, there is little or no genuine experience of relationship and love, which is an experience of affinity and shared identity. This lack of recognition is happening all the time and is being demonstrated all around you. You are encouraged to see this. Yet you will only be able to see this if you look without criticism. For why should you be critical of people when they are giving you exactly what you need in order to motivate you to follow Knowledge within yourself?”

An excerpt from – The Message » Volume 2 » Relationships and Higher Purpose » Your Relationship with Others


Case #6