Human Design 6/3 Profile in the working world
Do you have the Human Design 6/3 profile? Then I would like to describe to you briefly how your profile is composed. The profiles in Human Design result from the six lines of the basic structure of a hexagram from the I Ching, the Book of Changes (see illustration below). In total, there are 12 combinations of these lines that make up the profile. In your case it is the two lines 6 and 3. In your Human Design Chart you will also find your two lines as a number behind the point at your conscious sun (personality) and your unconscious sun (design).
Character traits of the lines
From your profile some interesting character traits can be deduced. You are aware of the characteristics of the first digit. The characteristics of the second digit are rather unconscious to you, especially if you have not yet reached the second half of life. The Human Design 6/3 profile also has interesting traits in which you will certainly recognize yourself in your profession.
In traditional Human Design, the characters listed in the figure are assigned to the six lines. In relation to the profession, interesting conclusions can be drawn from these characteristics. Between the first three and the second three lines (viewed from the bottom to the top) there is a change in the way you learn in life. This is more about learning for life and not about how you learn in school, vocational school or university.
How you discover life
With the first three lines you have a learning style which is related to yourself. It is a learning style related to yourself. So if you have a profile with line 1, 2 or 3, you are discovering life in a self-referential way with respect to this line. With lines 4, 5, and 6, you have a learning style for life that connects you to those around you. Profiles can be composed of two self-related lines, two environment-related lines, or a mix of self-related and environment-related lines.
The Human Design 6/3 Profile
With the Human Design 6/3 profile, you are not only a role model for others because you pass on your experience wisely, but you also lend a hand and actively shape progress. Your work is particularly effective in the context of innovation and transformation, as you play a key role in shaping change with your wealth of experience.
The 6/3 Profile can identify new, practical ways forward. Your practice-oriented commitment, coupled with a large portion of wisdom, makes you a very authentic team player. With your sixth line, you look at the big picture with a certain distance. You seek adventure and extended voyages of discovery in the working world. The third line gives you the ability of a doer with access to wisdom. You plunge into (working) life according to the principle of trial and error to find out what works and what doesn’t. You embark on a journey of discovery.
You embark on a journey through life that is divided into three phases. In the first 30 years, you explore life intensively. Life can be very challenging for you. In this phase, you learn through experimentation and exploration. You plunge into life to find out what works and what does not. In the course of your experiential process, you build closer relationships with apparent allies and break them off again when they are no longer useful to you.
From the age of 30, you become an observer of what is happening. You internalize everything you have learned in the first third of your life and increasingly take a bird’s eye view of the world. In the process, you distance yourself more and more from the details. As soon as you have processed and integrated everything, you have the quality of an economic sage and can help shape the transformation of a company or the entire economy. This happens around the age of 50.
Your personal Human Design
You can find out more about your Human Design 6/3 profile and many more aspects of your Human Design Chart or in your written Human Design Analysis.
FAQ: Questions about Human Design 6/3 Profile
What does the Human Design 6/3 profile say?
With a 6/3 profile you are an experiential team player with hands-on commitment. You learn through phases of exploration, observation, and transformation.