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If you want to dive deeper into human design for business this is THE show for you to HD Your Biz! As an entrepreneur, you can leverage your human design to create a life (and business) in high definition. Are you ready to tune up the definition in your life and business using your unique human design blueprint? If you want to activate your business genius, build a life on your terms and space more joy, abundance, and flow then stay tuned for the HD Your Biz podcast.

I firmly believe that if each one us can embody and become who we are meant to be the world will be a better place. I am your host Jamie Palmer and this is the HD Your Biz Podcast.

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If you want to dive deeper into human design for business this is THE show for you to HD Your Biz! As an entrepreneur, you can leverage your human design to create a life (and business) in high definition. Are you ready to tune up the definition in your life and business using your unique human design blueprint? If you want to activate your business genius, build a life on your terms and space more joy, abundance, and flow then stay tuned for the HD Your Biz podcast.

I firmly believe that if each one us can embody and become who we are meant to be the world will be a better place. I am your host Jamie Palmer and this is the HD Your Biz Podcast.

    The Emotional Wave & Defined Solar Plexus in Human Design

    The Emotional Wave & Defined Solar Plexus in Human Design

    In this episode of the HD Your Biz podcast, host Jamie Palmer discusses the concept of the emotional wave in human design. She explains that nearly 50% of the population has a defined solar plexus, which operates on an emotional wave, meaning clarity comes over time and decisions are never 100% certain. There are three types of emotional waves: the tribal wave, the individual wave, and the collective wave. Each wave has its own characteristics and ways of operating. Palmer emphasizes the importance of not resisting these waves, but rather allowing them to pass and not identifying with the emotions they bring. She also discusses the concept of emotional neutrality and how it can be achieved. She concludes by encouraging listeners to join one of the HD Wild Open Houses for more discussions on human design.
    00:00 Emotional waves vary based on human design.
    04:54 Physical touch can dispel tribal wave. Energy sensitive to others' needs.
    09:03 Emotional energy creates waves of destruction. Surrender.
    11:40 Live in the moment, embrace new cycles.
    16:19 Naming and understanding emotions helps kids cope.
    20:41 Understanding and navigating emotional waves effectively.
    21:59 Sample experience inside HD Wild program, teaching.
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    (00:02):
    Hello and welcome to the HD Your Biz podcast. I'm your host, Jamie Palmer, and today we are talking about the emotional wave. Okay? So nearly 50% of the population at any given time is going to have a defined solar plexus. And if you're lucky to be born in the past year or two, you more than likely will have a defined solar plexus. We'll probably actually see that number statistically speaking go up simply because there's so many outer transits that are in the solar plexus. I digress. Anyway, we have to understand that the defined solar plexus operates on an emotional wave. This means that there is no knowing in the now. Clarity comes over time. And for me, when I learned this in human design, this was one of the first pieces that I found out about in human design. This was the piece that I couldn't unsee when human design found me on Instagram and having emotional authority, having a defined solar plexus means that you're never going to have 100% certainty that any decision that you are making is correct.
    (01:32):
    And so 80% or 70 to 80% is a yes or a no. Consequently, and the reality is most of us right at least 50%, and again, that number oscillates a little bit, but it's almost always at least 50%. Sometimes it'll be more than that. Right now, because of the fact that the 36 has been engaged for very long period of time, we're going to see a lot of emotional manifesting generators being born. I know this. I have several clients that have had babies that are emotional manifesting generators because of that 36. So we have to understand that when you have a defined solar plexus, you operate on what's an emotional wave, and there are three types of emotional waves and then the source of all emotional waves. So the emotional wave originates out of the sacral and the 59 and goes through the six and pours out into the solar plexus.
    (02:35):
    And I hate to break it to you folks, the energy in the chart moves in a specific direction. It doesn't move whichever way we want it to. So caveat there. So that 59 6 is the literal stream of all the emotional awareness center. So if you have the 59 6, you get to experience all of the emotional waves. And that 59 6, Though it most often operates like the tribal wave, just a little bit softer edges. It can experience all emotional waves. And if you have a gate, if you have a defined solar plexus with a gate, you'll experience a wave. If you have an undefined solar plexus with a gate, you'll experience a wave. If you have an

    • 22 min
    The Projection Field in Human Design - Living Life as a Line 2 or Line 5 Profile

    The Projection Field in Human Design - Living Life as a Line 2 or Line 5 Profile

    In this episode of the HD Biz Podcast, Jamie Palmer discusses the concept of the projection field in human design. She explains that the projection field in human design is often misunderstood and delves into its mechanics, particularly how it operates in a second line versus a fifth line. Palmer explains that the six lines in human design make up the 12 profiles, each with its own unique characteristics and roles. She emphasizes that second lines should only answer projections from those in their inner circle, as answering projections from outsiders can lead to depletion. For fifth lines, Palmer explains that they are often not seen for who they truly are, but rather for how they can benefit others. She advises fifth lines to be willing to put their reputation on the line for what they believe in. Palmer concludes by inviting listeners to join her in a six-hour audio course where she dives deeper into these concepts.
    00:00 Welcome to HD Your Biz Podcast, discussing projection field.
    06:17 Trusted second line answers inner circle projections.
    09:52 Understanding 2nd Line Projection in Human Design fdynamics: depletion and nourishment.
    13:18 I Ching, Chinese medicine influence on human design.
    17:21 Maintain authenticity and boundaries for peace.
    19:02 Understanding the 5th line Projection Field in Human Design
    22:51 Disruptive 5th line seeks to be attractive.
    27:03 Understanding projection, setting boundaries, and embracing self-awareness.
    28:15 Energy dynamics explained, 6-hour audio course available.
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    Transcription below: 
    (00:02):
    Hello and welcome to the HD Biz Podcast. Today we are talking about the projection field. So one of the things that I think is commonly misunderstood in human design is really how the mechanics of the projection field work. What is it? What does it mean? How does it operate in a second line versus a fifth line? How is it impacting you as the person projecting on somebody else? And so today I'm going to really dive into those mechanics. But before I dive in, I just want to explain that when we talk about the lines in human design, and there are six lines that make up the hexagram. They go one through six. The six lines make up the 12 profiles. And oftentimes you probably heard the metaphor, or maybe you haven't, but we talk about this in the HD Wild program that the first line is the foundation.
    (01:06):
    The second line is the first floor or the window on the first floor of the house. The third line is the stairs between the first floor and the second floor. The fourth line is the foundation of the second floor. The fifth line is the window on the second floor or the attic window, and then the sixth line is the roof. That's where the saying being on the roof comes from the sixth line. And so we have to understand that that first line is here to establish a foundation. The two shows us what's possible with that foundation. The three experiments with it and pokes holes in it. The fourth line externalizes it and the fifth line goes and disrupts it and says, Hey, this isn't going to work for everybody. Here's how we can do it better. And then the sixth line says, you know what?
    (02:00):
    I think there has to be something more here. There's an objective way to do this. Let me be of counsel. Let me test my other word lead in the sixth line. But we have to understand that it goes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and then the cycle starts again and the lines are harmonious. The first and the fourth line have foundational themes. The second and the fifth line are both projected. They're showing possibilities. The third and the sixth are testing, experimenting. Well, the sixth line doesn't really experiment, but it's like showing us there's more here. And so they share themes. And when I teach profiles, we spend 12 w

    • 30 min
    Embracing the Depth & Nuance of Human Design: A Deep Dive into Jamie Palmer's Human Design Approach

    Embracing the Depth & Nuance of Human Design: A Deep Dive into Jamie Palmer's Human Design Approach

    In this HD Your Biz podcast episode, host Jamie Palmer discusses her unique approach to human design (HD). She emphasizes the importance of looking at the whole chart and remembering that the parts in human design don't exist without the whole. Jamie discusses the challenges in the HD Industry with most by design offers that focus on type and profile, which she believes misses the depth and nuance of human design. 
    Jamie shares her journey of discovering human design and how it helped her in her business and personal life. She believes in the power of integrating human design into existing expertise to create a unique category in one's industry. She also values practicing what one preaches, focusing on one course until successful, and investing in high-quality resources and programs that can be loved for life and each time you come back to it creates an new aha or revelations and sparks joy, understanding and flow. 
    Timestamps: 
    00:00 Can't Unsee Human Design
    06:01 Using human design to align business strategies.
    07:35 Create business and life at intersection of design, desires, lifestyle.
    11:10 Recognizing patterns in human design across industries.
    16:16 Howard Gardener 5 Minds For The Future: My superpowers creative and synthesizing minds
    18:52 Human design synthesis reveals marketplace behavior patterns.
    21:49 Understanding the whole self and seeking mastery.
    27:29 Use HD as tool to revolutionize businesses.
    29:32 Opportunities in certification, books, TV shows, values.
    31:49 Focus on Regenerative & Sustainable Business & Master over time
    35:07 HD Wild Program offering human design education and support. HD Wild Open House Replay
    Order Jamie's Book 
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    Ideal Client Workshop
    *********** Transcription Below *************
    Jamie Palmer [00:00:02]:
    Hello. Hello. Hello, and welcome to the HD Your Biz podcast. I am your host, Jamie Palmer. And, today, I am really excited to dive into my approach to human design. This is not something that I've necessarily talked about a lot publicly. I very openly share it inside necessarily a place where I've I've spent a lot of time talking about it online. And the time just feels right to really speak to my approach to human design and why my approach is different.
    Jamie Palmer [00:00:57]:
    And the reality is there's not a lot, if any, other people to my knowledge that are looking at human design with the rigor and the logic and the patterns and the practical application. And so let's dive into this because I think this is kind of, like, an interesting thing to talk about. So first of all, for those of you who don't know, if you're new to the show or you've been around for a minute, I have been in business for myself since I was 20. My business started as a website design firm. I was doing WordPress websites before they were cool. And then in the emergence of social media, I added in done for you social media, and then I transitioned fully into the online space from mostly local, and did a lot of, you know, funnels and website design and and all that sort of stuff and and agency work, and I grew the company. And, I've been supporting entrepreneurs for almost 21 years in some form or another. And I stumbled upon human design or human design found me, on Instagram of all places in 2019, and I was at a place in 2019 where I was just kinda going through the motions of life.
    Jamie Palmer [00:02:22]:
    At that time, I had been running the business for probably about 6 years ago now, so 14 or 15 years. And, I was really unhappy, and I was I knew that I really didn't wanna continue that work, but I didn't really know what was next. And I was doing a group coaching program, business ecosystem builders, and I had been doing that for a while, and I was enjoying that. But I still had the agency, and I had people that I was responsible for in the agency. So I had this, like, coaching, you know, elearning part of my business, and then I had this agency part of my

    • 37 min
    The 6/3 Profile in Human Design - The Role Model Martyr

    The 6/3 Profile in Human Design - The Role Model Martyr

    On today's episode of the HD Your Biz Podcast - Human Design for Business I continue the deep dive into the 12 profiles series in human design. On this episode I dive into the unique personality profile of 6/3 Role Model Martyr profile in human design who are here to test the limits of what is possible in this work and be of council and a leader in the world when they embody their own autheticity and balance observation with experiementation
    hey are characterized by a cycle of engagement and withdrawal, with three distinct life phases: birth to 30 years, 30 to 50 years, and 50 years and beyond. The six three profile is often seen as chaotic due to their constant engagement and disengagement, but this is part of their process. They are driven by curiosity and a desire for perfectionism, constantly asking "what's next?" and seeking to experience more. Palmer suggests that six threes need to learn to trust their strategy, soften their extremes, and honor the ebbs and flows of their life. They are encouraged to view their experiments not as failures, but as lessons learned.
    If you want to dive deeper into human design I invite you to explore the HD Wild Program. 
    Order the Human Design for Business Book 
    ******* Podcast Transcription Below *****************
    The six three profile, the role model martyr, or as I like to say in Ecocentric human design, the mentor expert you are here to taste. All that life has to offer. You see possibilities where others see an end. You push us forward by leading authentically and objectively. Your awareness and experiments give you a unique perspective on the world. Each encounter with another has the potential to create transformation in your world. You push humanity forward with the unique way you see the world. You are here before your time, a catalyst for change in the world. Your wisdom gained through lessons learned, creates a lasting impact on those you've never even met. You shine the light on a new path and pave the way forward. Okay, so let's dive into the six three profile. So when we think about this energy, we've got the third line, which themes are rejection and allegiance, bonds made, bonds broken.
    And then in the sixth line, we've got these themes of not trusting, trusting, not leading, leading. And the reality is when we come to this profile, you have to understand that when we have a six three, they are preparing us to start a new in the one three. So the six three is the last of the 12 profiles, but it actually preps for us to start the cycle again in the one three. And so it's prepping the stage. It's like it's constantly asking, is this worth it? Is this not worth it? Still more things here. How can we test this?
    And so we have to understand that the six three is here to move humanity forward. And they are here to own their own uniqueness and really just be true to themselves above all else. And they find this understanding and objectivity through the lens of their interactions. And every encounter they have with another person renders that person a transformation. And these are people who live a life of engagement and withdrawal and engagement and withdrawal over and over and over and over again. And of course we've got a six line. So it exists in three phases, right? Phase one birth to 30 years. This is a double third line. So there's a lot of bumping into things. There's a lot of life bumping into them. They're jumping into things, they're jumping out of things, they engage and they disengage and they make bonds and they break them.
    And then phase 30 to 50, these six threes tend to run to the roof really quick and totally disengage from life for a period of time. And they just observe. And it's often also during this time where they get really bored and that boredom jumps them off the roof and they go experiment some more. And then they're like, oh, why did I even come down here with the people? And then they go back up. And the reality is, since that third line

    • 14 min
    The 6/2 Profile in Human Design - The Role Model Hermit

    The 6/2 Profile in Human Design - The Role Model Hermit

    On today's episode of the HD Your Biz Podcast - Human Design for Business I continue the deep dive into the 12 profiles series in human design. On this episode I dive into the unique personality profile of 5/2 heretic hermit profile in human design who are here call themselves out and live in a pressure free world where they own their innate talents without caving to the pressure of the projection field. 
    These are people who are must follow what nourishes thems vs what depeletes them in live and hone their talents and when the correct time arrives they call themselves out to step into the projection field transform others then reutrn to their hermiting. 
    If you want to dive deeper into human design I invite you to explore the HD Wild Program. 
    Order the Human Design for Business Book 
    ******* Podcast Transcription Below *****************
    The six two profile in human design, the role model hermit, or as I like to say in Ecocentric human design, the mentor introvert, you are here to show the world what it means to live an embodied and authentic life. You are trustworthy, optimistic, and deep. You see possibilities and hope with your unique perspective like the hawk that soars above you, lead through counsel with your specialist expertise and are sought out for your wisdom. You lead through listening and being discerning with your words. You seek out a life with depth and meaning. You build trust in others. Slowly over time, you are recognized by the other for your gifts that you bring to the world. You are a gift to humanity with the possibilities you see in the world. Okay, so let's dive into the six two profile. So when we come to any sixth line profile, we have to remember that the sixth line exists in three phases.
    Phase one is birth to roughly 30 years, and they live life more like a third line. So they're going to bump into things, life's going to bump into them, they're going to learn the hard way. Then around 30 to 50, phase two begins. And phase two is really where six twos build the foundation of their life. They seek out a partner, they hone and refine their expertise. They tend to establish a family and a home base around this time, and they almost withdraw. And this is easy, even more extreme in a six two. And the reality is part of the reason why they withdraw. Many people talk about this is being on the roof.
    I really believe any six line, but six two is in particular because they have these themes of trust or not trust leadership or not in the sixth line. And then in the second line, it's like nourish or depleter, shy, withdraw, bold advance. So when we come to the six two, we have to remember six lines. I don't believe six lines ever actually heal from the wounds of those first 30 years that they experience. It's almost like a scab that never truly heals, like it's always still tender. And ultimately six twos need to find people that they can trust. And it's in that second phase where they really kind of cultivate and hone their inner circle. And that's where the key relationships in their life are built. And they're built Upon trust. And the reality is the sixth line, they're idealists. They want to find the perfect partner.
    They want someone that they can relate to. They want someone that they can be proud of. And partnership for six twos can come in many different forms. I see it in the form of entrepreneurship. I see it in the form of a relationship like life partner. And the reality is it's six two's put up barriers almost to see who is willing to actually do the work to break them down and is this relationship worthy? And then we've got phase three and it's around 50 that the six two really starts to reengage with life. They step down from this place of observation and people call this coming off the roof. But the reality is you don't just come off the roof and stay off the roof. You kind of go back and forth. And it's during this phase where they can step into their role model.
    Now, just

    • 15 min
    The 5/2 Profile in Human Design - The Heretic Hermit

    The 5/2 Profile in Human Design - The Heretic Hermit

    On today's episode of the HD Your Biz Podcast - Human Design for Business I continue the deep dive into the 12 profiles series in human design. On this episode I dive into the unique personality profile of 5/2 heretic hermit profile in human design who are here call themselves out and live in a pressure free world where they own their innate talents without caving to the pressure of the projection field. 
    These are people who are must follow what nourishes thems vs what depeletes them in live and hone their talents and when the correct time arrives they call themselves out to step into the projection field transform others then reutrn to their hermiting. 
    If you want to dive deeper into human design I invite you to explore the HD Wild Program. 
    Order the Human Design for Business Book 
    ******* Podcast Transcription Below *****************
     
    The five two profile, the heretic hermit in traditional human design, or as I like to say in Ecocentric human design, the disruptor introvert, you yearn for a world where pressure does not exist. Harmony exudes and wraps you in its sweet surrender. You feel at peace. You are strong and innately talented. You yearn to honor your way of doing things non-traditional unexplainable from within you. Discriminately discern which call is for you carefully selecting from the plethora of options present with your genius. You call yourself forth a force of nature, out of the mundane, the stale, and into something revolutionary, something new. And in this calling, you found nourishment, harmony, and a moment that is pressure free.
    So today we're going to talk about the hermit heretic, or as I like to say, the disruptor introvert. So one of the things that we have to think about here is the fifth line's on the conscious side. It lives in the projection field. It's on the second floor. It's looking out. No one can see in it's observing others, but no one can observe it. And then we have the second line. It's on the subconscious side. It lives on the first floor of the house. It lives in the projection field, but everyone can see it. And the second line on the body side, when it's subconscious, it's not aware that people are looking in and observing it, right? It's just in its house doing its own thing. I like to think of this profile as the reluctant disruptor. Unlike the five one profile, the five two isn't necessarily aware of its own gifts and talents, and it's constantly under observation by the other.
    And it's constantly asking itself like, why should I even bother disrupting? Why should I even bother universalizing? And it is perfectly content to hermit away in its own environment. And the reality is the five two didn't have to work to acquire its knowledge. It just has it. It's naturally talented. And therefore they don't necessarily experience pressure in the same way as other fifth lines do to universalize. The five two just simply wonders, why am I constantly being projected on this? Makes me feel really uncomfortable. I'm tired of being so pressured. So this profile's in constant tension with itself as it needs other people in order to fulfill its destiny. But the reality is it constantly questions themselves. It's like, what benefit does
    This actually bring me? And in an ideal world, the five two needs to be called out by themselves. They have to recognize and understand their own talents, and then they have to universalize those talents and get other people to believe in them. And this comes with a great deal of uncertainty and vulnerability because it's very different than the other fifth lines, the five one. It's here to universalize a foundation that's based on a depth of knowledge, the five two Universalizes based on its own past lived experiences and inner talent. So it's a very rare and unique gift. So it's very different than the other fifth lines. So they stand on their own power and beliefs and not the projections of other people. So the five two doesn't need to wai

    • 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Nacho Lindo ,

Best HD podcast

I found out about this podcast from a student of Jamie’s and so far it’s been the best audio format for human design education that I can find. I love how it’s perfectly portioned so i can look up specific configurations so I’m not overloaded with information.

Fawndly Made ,

Easy to understand and feel seen

I searched for a podcast that talks about HD in business and yours was the one that caught my eye.

I listened to the Manifestors in Business and wanted more!

I would love to hear more about aligned partnerships between designs in the business world 🤩

My BFF and I have started a business while I am a Emotional Manifestor, she is a Splenic Projector.

It would be awesome to hear how different designs complement each other and what we can learn from each other while growing in business together.

So that we are both honored in our energy and create aligned strategies!

Pam Dioquino ,

Pisces Projector

Just getting into HD as a hairstylist momprenuer. I’m so excited to utilize this knowledge to better align with what’s “next” in my biz with the intent to utilize these understandings. Being in a creative industry, we are always SEEKING a better understanding of ourselves to better show up for our clients and show up for ourselves. I hope to hear more about your expertise on HD in the creative space.

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