I follow nature’s own wild, organic rhythms, which demand an attitude of trust, surrender and childlike delight.
The Wild Woman
MAGNETISM - OPENNESS - FLOW
Who is this Archetype?
The Wild Woman has a powerful, multifaceted energy. She is inherently magnetic and pulls people into her own natural flow, which she adjusts and adapts to changing circumstances. She embraces a whole spectrum of different cadences and extremes. She thrives on diversity and remains constantly fluid, rather than fixed into any long-term pattern. She is a truly free spirit who likes to feel into the dance of life, completely unrestricted.
With a big aura that enters the room before she actually does, people feel the Wild Woman’s presence and turn around to look at her. Like the Feminine (2), the Wild Woman’s powerful Shakti energy is what creates her glow and moves her through life, and they both have an all-embracing approach to people and circumstances. To these two archetypes, there is no separation between the mystical and the mundane. She is further empowered by her best friend, the Natural (10), as they encourage each other to be uniquely themselves in the world.
Sharing an intimate relationship with the Drummer (5), the Wild Woman respects his fixed rhythms and masculine assuredness. While she is able to surrender fully to him, she claims the space to be in her own feminine flow. Their relationship is one of polarity, and that is what makes their connection magnetic.
The Wild Woman teaches us about our human connection to the natural world. She embodies the energy of nature, animals, and the elementals. She is deeply connected to the moon cycles and feels the heartbeat of Mother Earth.
The Wild Woman is comfortable in her skin and body, understanding the sacred union between body and soul. She shows us that our fate and the fate of the natural world are inextricably intertwined. To the Wild Woman, life is an immortal journey through all the mythic strands and stories of human culture.
Her unassuming, accepting nature views humanity as one big interconnected family. Her love of humanity encourages a unified welfare where kindness, equality, and fairness are key elements. Symbolized by her love of humanity, the Wild Woman represents the acceptance of the immense diversity of all forms of life. She easily wins the respect, support, and admiration of others, and like Goodwill (45), she loves bringing everyone together. The Wild Woman can’t help but improve the lives of others.
Nature, Gaia, Shakti
Caring About the Whole
Tendency to fall into extremes
Her patterns influence others, for good or for bad
Can’t live far from nature
Earth over Mountain
Gemini - Mutable Air
Cancer - Cardinal Water
Quarter of Civilization
Theme: Purpose fulfilled through Form
EXPLORING THE ARCHETYPE
"I see heaven in a wildflower."
- The Wild Woman
The Wild Woman's Mantra
I am free
My life brings more greatness to humanity
My work benefits the world
I dance to my natural rhythms
I unconditionally accept everyone’s uniqueness and rhythm
I embrace the energy of nature, flow, animals, and the elementals
I surrender to the flow of life
Understand The Wild Woman
BELLA EXPLAINS THE WILD WOMAN AND WEAVES THE TEACHINGS FROM THE GENE KEYS AND HUMAN DESIGN.
"To live closely to the earth’s natural rhythms is to experience the wisdom and clarity that comes from moving more slowly through the world."
- The Wild Woman
Human Design Harmonic Gate
Gene Keys Programming Partner
EMBRACE your shadows. Sometimes our shadows just need attention and love to be transformed. An embrace is a hug. We pull it in; we do not push away. Hug until it blends and transforms inside of you, revealing the GIFT within. The gift is then RELEASED within you and outside of you. You EMBODY the Siddhi when this essence vibrates through your whole being.
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Victim of Narrow Mindedness
Another Day In Hell
“Your attitude affects life’s events, which is the first great Law of Magic.”
Hitting the Schumann Resonance
“One of the great challenges for modern humanity is to learn how to slow down.”
The Emergence of Shambhala
“Enlightenment never occurs to just a single person, but successively jumps across generations during a certain time period.”
This kind of emptiness will inevitably lead to depression. You have at some level given up. It is a kind of negative acceptance or resignation. You have become stuck and afraid of fear itself. This causes the locking mechanism within that leads to depression and other disorders of a similar nature.
vagueness, moving from one experience to another with no real sense of rhythm or purpose. Being an extremist, you can find yourself in all kinds of diverse situations and places with no real directed sense of passion. You are always on the move, never really able to commit to anything or anyone—running from your own shadows. You have a hidden rage within that prevents you from being with others for very long.
"My potential is endless, and the diversity of my interests is inexhaustible."
- The Wild Woman
We Bridge the Gap between Theory & Embodiment
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Human Design Circuitry & Mechanics
Gene Keys Living Transmission
Rave Mandala Explorations
I-Ching Elemental Wisdom
Astrology & Transits
Codon Rings & Physiology
Workbook to guide your explorations
Opportunity for sharing through our Academy Discussion Portal
Let the Wild Woman teach you how to embody her gifts and wisdom.
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"I see no separation between the mystical and the mundane. To me life is an immortal journey through all the mythic strands and stories of human culture."
- The Wild Woman
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