Indicators of Laziness in the Bodygraph
A tendency toward laziness can also be seen in the bodygraph. A multitude of factors in Human Design influence laziness, such as whether a particular center is defined or undefined, and the peculiarities of activation in general. Maybe a Projector, Reflector, or Manifestor lacks constant access to an energy source: The result will be the body’s inability to work all the time. Without a defined Sacral Center, you will inevitably run up against exhaustion and fatigue, and this ultimately leads to laziness. Definitions that can potentially lead to laziness: Gate 40 is located in the Heart Center. It is a volitional impulse that requires downtime and physical rest after a particular job. Gate 36 is located in the Emotional Center. On a bodily level, individuals experience various kinds of feelings when they don’t really want to do something, and this leads to laziness. Gate 13 joins with Line 4 to make laziness possible at certain moments in life. Gate 47: Activation is related to the cerebral cortex. There is potential for laziness here. Gate 33 entertains a vital need for solitude, and this is a potential source of laziness. Gate 12: Especially with Line 2. It can sometimes manifest itself as boredom or unwillingness to engage in activity in the absence of stimuli that would otherwise encourage action.