In the last seven days I’ve had three Readings with people who have this line in their design. That made me wonder what it could mean.
I don’t have this line personally.
What does this line mean for all of us who do not have it?
The millionaire’s line is the 6th line of Gate 14, which is called Ta Yu (possession in great measure) in the traditional I Ching language.
Now you can check your Chart to see if you have it!
In Human Design, Gates are pathways through which a particular energy center, in this case the sacral (life energy) center expresses itself in our lives. They correspond to the hexagrams from the millennia-old I Ching.
Here is how the ancient Chinese defined the line*:
‘In the fullness of possession and at the height of power, one remains modest and gives honor to the sage who stands outside the affairs of the world. By this means one puts oneself under the beneficent influence descending from heaven, and all goes well.’
In a more contemporary version**:
‘Being Worthy: Existence gives resources and blessing to whomever it chooses!
A spiritual and/or material approach to the responsibilities associated with wealth.’
Interestingly, from 17-22 November the sun moves through the Gate of Prosperity, another name of Gate 14. Those who are born onSunday, November 22, will have line 6 in their birth Chart. Will they all be millionaires? This I cannot say, but they probably will have a potential to integrate the spiritual and material realms and administer wealth, and sometimes power, in a way which benefits all.
Without compromising the privacy of my clients, I can say that in none of these Charts lack of money was an issue. Common themes in the readings were:
– What to do when I am blessed with wealth and the greater part of humanity is not?
– How do I feel about this?
– What is my responsibility?
When I read a Chart, I reflect what is there. I was able to confirm the inner understanding, which all these clients shared, that the wealth in their lives was a blessing of existence.
Meanwhile I observed my own story running in the background. We all have a thing with money, and I’m no exception.
I was happy to note that I did not feel jealous. I saw that I still hesitate to put out my offers clearly. I forget my prices! In these sessions a gentle correction of my attitudes around money happened. I learned that to be clear about money, business deals and prices is a form of personal integrity.
It was a beautiful, refreshing experience to feel the clarity of ‘we naturally deserve this wealth’ coupled with a sense of responsibility and humility, which all three clients have. They also share an astuteness about how to deal with money in the world, without moral undertones. Thank you clients!
In a time where poverty and misery make up a good portion of the daily news, I understand the fact that I had these sessions as a hint from life to re-evaluate what money means for me.
Religious conditioning has created a split in the minds of people. The usual interpretation of statements like ‘the poor shall inherit the kingdom of heaven’ and ‘it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the gates of heaven’ makes people feel guilty about the natural wish to be prosperous. It also consoles the poor and perpetuates the idea that the division of rich and poor is a given fact, somehow sanctioned by a higher authority. That seems unnatural to me. We live on an abundant planet and we could all have access to this abundance in a much better way.
The people who already have this access and take responsibility for their resources, applying them in a wise manner which benefits many, show the way.
To me this is the deeper meaning of this line.
* Richard Wilhelm’s translation of the I Ching, 1950
** Chetan Parkyn – The Book of Lines, 2012