The Role of Manifestors

Famous Manifestors in Human Design

Frank Lloyd Wright, George W. Bush, Maya Angelou, Gloria Steinem, Frida Kahlo, Adele,

Manifestor Energy Type: Strengths & Gifts

  • Manifestors are here to be innovative trailblazers and leaders of ideas. They thrive when they are free to follow, create and initiate anything that inspires and pulls them. They feel anger rise up whenever they feel that someone is interrupting their flow or trying to stop them.
  • You are here to initiate new ideas and get the ball rolling; you are not designed to carry out your ideas but rather inspire others to follow you and delegate tasks. As such, you may identify with the feeling of always wanting to start new ideas but not having the energy or desire to finish them.
  • Manifestors tend to have a natural intensity, bigness, or impactful persona that people can feel when they walk into a room. Manifestors are often leaders.
  • Freedom and independence are vital so you can develop your most innovative and powerful ideas; as such, you tend to despise being micromanaged, restricted, or stopped in your flow. This sparks jolts of anger. Feeling free to create is vital to your peace and happiness.
  • You are the only energy type that doesn’t need external collaboration or approval to make the first move. You are meant to go for it and make things happen any time you feel drawn to.

Manifestor Challenges & Conditioning

  • You are sensitive to rejection and may waste energy trying to get people to like you. However, you are designed to only attract people who will initiate your great ideas, so it’s important to get comfortable with your big personality that sometimes repels people.
  • Manifestors only attract like-minded people and repel others; this rejection or disapproval hurts, but it is designed to save Manifestors’ time because they move fast and need dedicated people to support their urges to create and put their ideas into motion.
  • Manifestors may shrink their greatness, ignore their urges, try to please others, or seek approval when people don’t accept or approve of their impulsive nature or big character; but this stops them from stepping into their full power, which they inherently sense. You are meant to be authentically and fully yourself; you will not initiate great change or innovation if you seek approval from others or ignore your urges to please others.

Decision-Making for Manifestors

> Strategy: Follow Urges and Inform

You are designed to follow your internal urges and impulses, which come out of nowhere and create an energy surge to do it right away. Then make sure you inform those around you, so they can support you. You will also have an additional decision-making center that creates different types of Manifestors:

  • Emotional Manifestors: They need to take time to make decisions and see if it still feels right after various emotional moods.
  • Spleenic Manifestors: Your intuition confirms whether something is right or wrong for you in the moment that you first encounter something or someone.
  • Ego Manifestors: You need to believe in it and feel convicted to do it. Your heart must be in it.

– Not-Self (Negative Reaction): Anger

This is the feeling you get when you are not aligned. That niggling annoyance and irritation can quickly turn to anger whenever you feel micromanaged, suppressed, interrupted, or obstructed. You don’t like to be hindered or controlled in any form.

+ Signature (Positive Reaction): Peace

This is how you feel when you are in alignment. When you are free to follow your urges, are creating what you envision, have dedicated supporters, are accepted for your biggest self, and are making an impact, this gives you peace and space to breathe.

Manifestors & Relationships

  • You are meant to be authentically and fully yourself; you will not step into your power if you seek approval from others or deviate from your life path.
  • You are sensitive to rejection and may waste energy trying to get people to like you. However, you are designed to only attract people who will initiate your great ideas, so it’s important to get comfortable with your big personality that sometimes repels people.
  • You may snap in anger if someone is interrupting your flow or trying to stop you. Freedom and independence are vital to feeling peace and happiness.

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