top of page


Public·11 members

Humandesignvariableplrdlldownload UPDATED

Download >>>

Humandesignvariableplrdlldownload UPDATED

Human Design Variable PLR DLL: How to Nourish Your Active Left Brain and Achieve Self-Reflected Consciousness

Human Design is a system that reveals your unique nature and potential. It helps you understand how you are designed to operate in the world, and how you can align with your true self.

One of the advanced aspects of Human Design is Variable, which shows you how your cognition works and how you can transform your awareness. Variable is based on four arrows around your Head and Ajna centers in your BodyGraph. These arrows indicate whether you have a Left or a Right brain dominance, and whether you have a Passive or an Active mode of processing information.

There are 16 possible combinations of Variable, each with its own beauties and dilemmas. In this article, we will focus on one of them: PLR DLL.

PLR DLL stands for Personality Left, Design Right, Left Active, Left Active. This means that you have a Left brain dominance at the personality level, a Right brain dominance at the design level, and an Active mode of processing information at both levels.

What does this mean for you

The Benefits of PLR DLL

If you have PLR DLL as your Variable, you have some advantages that others may not have. For example:

You have a strong mental capacity and focus. You can analyze, strategize, plan, and execute tasks efficiently and effectively.

You have a self-reflected consciousness. You can observe yourself and your actions objectively, and learn from your experiences.

You have a logical and rational approach to life. You can make decisions based on facts and evidence, and avoid being influenced by emotions or opinions.

You have a clear sense of direction and purpose. You know what you want to achieve and how to get there.

The Challenges of PLR DLL

However, having PLR DLL as your Variable also comes with some challenges that you need to be aware of and overcome. For instance:

You may have problems with metabolism or stress levels. Your active left brain requires a lot of energy and nutrients to function properly, but your passive right body may not be able to provide them adequately.

You may have difficulties with relationships or emotions. Your left brain dominance may make you detached, aloof, or insensitive to others' feelings or needs. You may also struggle to express your own emotions or connect with your intuition.

You may have conflicts with authority or rules. Your left brain dominance may make you rebellious, independent, or critical of others' opinions or beliefs. You may also resist following guidelines or instructions that do not make sense to you.

You may have issues with creativity or spontaneity. Your left brain dominance may make you rigid, predictable, or boring. You may also miss out on opportunities or experiences that require flexibility or improvisation.

How to Live Correctly as PLR DLL

So how can you live correctly as PLR DLL How can you nourish your active left brain and achieve self-reflected consciousness

The answer is simple: follow your Strategy and Authority according to your Human Design type, and follow your specific Dietary Regimen according to your Variable.

Your Strategy and Authority are the basic tools that help you navigate life according to your true nature. They tell you when and how to act in alignment with your inner guidance system. By following them, you can avoid frustration, bitterness, anger, or disappointment, and move into satisfaction, success, peace, or surprise.

Your Dietary Regimen is the advanced tool that helps you optimize your cognition according to your unique design. It tells you what kind of food, environment, temperature, and timing are best for your digestion and metabolism. By following it, you can improve your mental clarity, focus, awareness, and health.

To find out more about your Strategy and Authority, you can get a free Human Design chart at 248dff8e21


Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...

Group Page: Groups_SingleGroup
bottom of page