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Ajna/Mind Center in Human Design Explained

A Defined Ajna Center Means You Have a Consistent & Structured Mental Processing Capacity.

Individuals with a defined Ajna Center have a reliable way of organizing and analyzing information, leading to a clear and well-structured thought process. This center governs logical thinking, conceptualization, and the formulation of ideas, providing those with a defined Ajna Center a stable foundation for decision-making and problem-solving.

Fast Facts on the Ajna / Mind Center

47%

Defined

53%

Undefined

Pressure

Center Type

Processing

Center Theme

An undefined Ajna Center Means You Are Open to a Range of Perspectives.

An undefined Ajna Center in Human Design indicates a variability in mental processing and decision-making. Hacing this Center open makes you making them adept at understanding and assimilating different ideas.


However,open Ajna's may experience challenges in forming their own fixed opinions and could be influenced by the thoughts and beliefs of those around them. This center highlights a fluidity in mental processes, encouraging adaptability and receptivity to diverse cognitive influences.

Determining whether Your Ajna / Mind Center is Defined or Undefined involves looking at the gate activations and channel connections in your BodyGraph chart.


A defined Ajna Center will have....


  • at least one active gate in it

  • will be connected to another center via another active gate

  • will be colored in on your Body Chart


The chart below shows someone with a Defined Ajna Center.  Notice how the 2nd Triangle from the top is colored in & has an active gate connected to another center.





An Undefined Ajna Center can have multiple active gate in it but it won't be connected to another center via an active gate. You can quickly tell if Your Ajna center is undefined if it is not colored in on your Body Chart.


The chart below shows an Undefined Ajna Center. Notice how the 2nd Triangle from the top has no active gates and has no color inside.




How to Tell if Your Ajna / Mind Center is Defined or Undefined

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