Captain Beefheart - across the threshold,
Date: 12/20/2010 1:19:44 AM ( 11 y ) ... viewed 14808 times
Just generated his Human Design!
(see following "... life-sized"
The Day Captain Beefheart Outsold the Beatles, the Stones and Pink Floyd:
"... I'm just looking forward to getting enough money to be able to really paint big. I don't wanna paint any littler than five by five. But I'd like to paint twenty by twenty."
There are about a dozen pages to this article and the above is from page seven. My gut made three grunts upon reading this and just had to quote it as something I have deep affinity with as well! Only I'd go with a minimum of about 6X6 to be more life-sized.
I now see Captain Beefheart according to his Human Design and I can not report everything in this first entry but I will start with what may have been his most impressive definition via his defined 23/43 channel. That channel gave him an individual expression (Gate 23 is in his Throat Center) with an insight (43 is in his Mind Center) that "breaks new ground and can change how others view the world." Those who have this channel defined have "a succession of perceptive mental assessments and observations." Chetan Parkyn continues in his book: Human Design - "Out of all the thirty-six channels, this is one of the most empowering, because you're forever fizzing with flashes of insight that have an urgency to be articulated because you are, quite literally, someone who speaks your mind." I could very well quote the rest of the description but if you are interested you can get a copy of Chetan's book as it has recently been published in the u.s. of A in addition to his first publication in the U.K.
One last thing before I sign off for tonight - Don had a 6/2 profile which happens to be an "ideal match" for my 3/5 profile. According to Eleanor Haspel-Portner, Ph.D the 3/5 stays within themselves "for the first part of their life until (they) feel that (their) internal process is a role model for others and can transform them."
The Captain's "Trout Mask Replica" is #58 in the top 500 Albums of all time!:
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