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"Words can have a far deeper effect than presence, since words endure forever."
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INFLUENCE - LEADERSHIP - VISION

Who is this Archetype?

In this archetype, we find a voice that says: I lead. The President represents the voice of democracy and influence through being the elected leader, and he speaks from his own independent vision. He can be reluctant to assume leadership roles, which makes him an even better leader. The President embodies the voice of influence because he knows authentic leadership is not about titles—it’s about using his life force and genius in integrity for the good of the collective.

 

The President paves the way for others to attain future goals. Through his vision—rather than doing—he leads the way. The President has a close relationship to the Originator (41) who is an excellent partner when anticipating the next step in the roadmap that serves the whole. Success, for both of them, isn’t individual but collective.

 

The President knows all about trends and patterns and expertly articulates because of his inherent understanding of language. When he speaks of the future in his naturally authoritative way, people automatically listen. The President’s humanness makes him relatable to all. He is the figurehead who carries the people in a beneficial direction towards a new future.

 

The President expresses himself as someone who understands exactly what should happen next. With the Alpha (7), his right hand, they anchor the vision for the direction for the collective. When the President consults with his brother, the Scientist (62), who is also all about logic and the impeccable word, their combined mastery of language effortlessly inspires and guides.

 

While others often acknowledge the President’s impact on their lives. He doesn't force anything on others. He is clear that it is up to individuals to decide whether or not to implement the guidance they get. The President’s primary influence is to help others break out of the very same matrix in which he himself was once caught. He loves helping people out of the narrow, neurolinguistic confines of their own conditioning, so they open up to their true potential.

 

Humility is the main quality that makes The President a good leader. Knowing how to listen patiently to others with an open mind and heart, he role models a huge step beyond the intellect and into the heart. By listening deeply to others, he uses his own influence and voice to represent them. The President knows how to unify people, delegate and share the power.

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Keywords:

Authority, Democracy, Facilitation

 

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Internal Motivator:

Let’s build a better future

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Positive Attributes:

Naturally Influential

A wizard with words

Helps people break out of the matrix

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Achilles Heel:

Needs to be recognized in order to have influence

Cares more about the future than the past

People can’t help but getting influenced by him

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I Ching:

Mutual Attraction

Lake over Mountain

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Quarter:

Quarter of Civilization

Theme: Purpose fulfilled through Form

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Astrology:

Leo - Fixed Fire

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Biology:

Parathyroid (Methionine)

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Codon Ring:

Ring of No Return (31, 62)

Amino Acid: Tyrosine

Physiology: Throat (Thyroid)

EXPLORING THE ARCHETYPE

“Power isn’t control at allpower is strength, and giving that strength to others. A leader isn’t someone who forces others to make him stronger; a leader is someone willing to give his strength to others that they may have the strength to stand on their own.”
Beth Revis

UNDERSTAND THE PRESIDENT

BELLA EXPLAINS THE PRESIDENT AND WEAVES THE TEACHINGS FROM THE GENE KEYS AND HUMAN DESIGN.

FREE RESOURCES

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”

Peter Drucker

"Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing."

Albert Schweitzer

"A leader...is like a shepherd. He stays behind the flock, letting the most nimble go out ahead, whereupon the others follow, not realizing that all along they are being directed from behind."

Nelson Mandela

"The very essence of leadership is that you have to have vision. You can't blow an uncertain trumpet."

Father Theodore M. Hesburgh

"A leader is one who sees more than others see, who sees farther than others see, and who sees before others see."

Leroy Eimes

"Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate, and doubt to offer a solution everybody can understand."

Colin Powell

Human Design Harmonic Gate

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Gene Keys Programming Partner

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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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31st Hexagram

Listen to Bobby Klein's transmission for the 31st Hexagram.

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Gene Key Wisdom

Discover the 31st Gene Key from its original source.

Victim Pattern:

Victim of the Need to be Heard

Shadow:

Arrogance

The World Wide Web of Words

"The modern world we see around us is nothing more than a mental construct created out of billions and billions of words."

Gift:

Leadership

Heart Branding

"We can see how the specific release of a particular book or film at a particular time can have a vast impact on the whole planetary consciousness."

Siddhi:

Humility

The Ring of No Return

"To be truly humble, you wouldn’t mind others thinking you were arrogant!"

Dilemma:

Choice

Repressive Nature:

Deferring

You defer your power to others, thus deliberately setting yourself below them. You care deeply about what others think of you and more than anything fear to be thought of as arrogant. Ironically, such behavior is designed to draw attention even though it claims the opposite to be the case. In many ways, you are even more arrogant than people with the reactive nature. Humility is seen by society as a highly prized and noble accolade, but this kind of false humility hides nothing more than fear.

Reactive Nature:

Scornful

This more traditional brand of arrogance assumes itself to be above others because it sees how easily they are conditioned and can therefore be manipulated. What you miss is how deeply you yourself are caught up in the same conditioning, since you have a deep-seated need for recognition. Unfortunately, no amount of recognition can ever feel good when it comes from those you perceive to be inferior, so you remain scornful of the very people you influence. This in turn makes you even more angry and disrespectful of human beings.

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"The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires."
William Arthur Ward
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Human Design Circuitry & Mechanics

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I-Ching Elemental Wisdom

Astrology & Transits

Codon Rings & Physiology

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Soul Conversation

Attunement/Meditation

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Harmonic Gate: The Alpha (7)
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Programming Partner: The Originator (41)

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