Human Design Gate 6 Friction

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Empathic Evolution: Finding Peace Amidst Narcissistic Conflict

Conflict is an inevitable part of life, and for empaths, those individuals with an acute sensitivity to the emotions of others, navigating conflict can be an intricate dance. This becomes especially challenging when dealing with narcissists, who often bring their own set of complexities to the table.

In this podcast episode, we explore the profound wisdom of Human Design Gate 6 Friction, I Ching Conflict, and Gene Key Conflict | Peace, illuminating a path for empaths to not only survive but thrive amidst narcissistic tensions. Our journey leads us to a place of inner peace, personal growth, and transformation.

Unlocking the power of these systems, we’ll delve into practical steps that empaths can take to safeguard their emotional well-being, set boundaries, and communicate effectively with narcissists. But this isn’t just about managing conflict; it’s about embracing it as a catalyst for evolution.

Join us as we uncover the tools, insights, and strategies that empower empaths to transform conflict into a stepping stone towards their ultimate goal—peace.

Empath Guide to Inner Peace

So the three groups of people and how this is activating. So number one, in your chart, if you have gate six, white, not highlighted at all, or not circled, then during the transit on Sept 16-21 2023 you will still feel this, this week. It’s activating in your chart, you are amplifying this energy through the collective.

Now the other group is you have this gate defined in your chart. It’s circled in, and this is in the Solar Plexus. Do you have your chart in front of you? Look at the triangle on the bottom, right?

And if you don’t have your chart you can sign up to get your free chart, at,, my homepage. There’s a form to fill out there and I can send that to you so you can take a look and see where is my gate?

Gate six in the Solar Plexus, Bottom right, Triangle pointing towards the right.

And if you have a defined. Then you have it circled. This is going to be a really strong feeling for you because this is something that’s very strong in your characteristics in your life. And your focus is striving for peace overall through conflict. Many relationships in your life probably have conflict. And so you’re very familiar with this energy. So it’s activating right now and, and really triggering up more. Like it’s just almost like a magnifying glass on this energy that you already have experience. And then the third group. Is those who have this in your sun gate. Top-right conscious.

Or subconscious. It can also be the top left. And this therefore gets you into your incarnation cross and also leads. If you’re interested in the gene keys, that is one of your big major. Parts of your karma on your evolution as a soul? Is this Gene Key of Peace or it’s called a conflict through the Human Design gate as well as the gene key, but the ultimate evolution or striving for is peace. And so you will definitely feel this very strong because that is it’s a karmic type of energy for you. Because this is your incarnation cross. This is your soul’s purpose of what you are learning in human school. This lifetime. So keeping that in mind, taking a look at your chart. We’re all going to feel this. 

Gate six is called Friction. In the I Ching system. It is called Conflict. And the astrology, is Virgo. If you have a birthday, probably very soon, right around this, these dates. Take a look at your chart. I’d love to know. I’m going to guess that your. Your Sun gate has gate six.

Now the highest gene key expression, like I said, is peace. You all know it because you’ve been in conflict with a narcissist. First of all the question is why do I keep experiencing this? And with karma, it’s always this life’s evolution school. If we haven’t learned the lesson the first time it’ll come back around in the form of someone else the second time and the third time and maybe fourth. Or it can be the same person and the same conflict keeps reoccurring over and over. And maybe you’re stuck in that friction state. And you haven’t opened your heart up, and this is kind of a extrapolation of, how the founder of the Gene Keys described this as, “If you’re always on guard. Then how can you activate any type of evolution during a conflict with another person?”

Both of your defenses are up. Both your egos are defending and both fighting and both arguing. So when you lower and you become vulnerable. And this is why the, “I feel ” statements are so powerful and they sound cheesy and corny. But when you lower that guard and say, “When you act like this, when you say this. I feel deeply hurt. It triggers my abandonment wound as a child,” you know, whatever it is, go deep. Lay it out there. They may not listen, but they may. But you have to give them the opportunity to see it, to hear it. And then, that’s where it lies for the other person to either. Listen, drop their guard. And say, “wow, I didn’t know that. That’s how you felt. I thought. That you are mad at me because…” , they have their own in perfectionist wounds as narcissists from childhood.

Now. This might not always 100% work with a narcissist, especially when they’re deep delved into it holding on to their mask. But what if you can just like layer by layer try, especially if right now you’re stuck in this situation with them. What’s the harm of experimenting with this concept. And using, I feel statements. Versus. Always blaming them and pointing the finger. So in our conflicts, in our relationships in life, I think we all can agree, even though we don’t like it. That our relationships are a mirror. For our personal development and evolution.

Navigating Conflict and Personal Evolution: Human Design Gate and Gene Key Insights for Empaths Dealing with Narcissists

Conflict is an inevitable part of human interaction. For empaths, those with a heightened sensitivity to the emotions and energies of others, navigating conflict can be especially challenging, particularly when dealing with individuals who exhibit narcissistic traits. In this blog, we will explore how insights from the Human Design Gate and Gene Key systems can aid empaths in evolving through conflict with narcissists, finding inner peace, and fostering personal growth.

Understanding Empaths and Narcissists: A Complex Dynamic

Empaths are individuals who possess an extraordinary ability to feel and absorb the emotions and energies of those around them. They often prioritize the well-being of others, seeking harmony and connection. On the other hand, narcissists tend to display self-centered, manipulative, and controlling behaviors, often causing emotional turmoil for empaths.

Human Design Gate: Embracing Your Authentic Self

The Human Design system offers a valuable perspective on dealing with conflict, particularly through the lens of the “Gate.” In Human Design, each gate represents a specific aspect of our personality and energy. For empaths dealing with narcissists, Gate 6, “Conflict,” can offer valuable insights. This gate emphasizes the importance of embracing and transforming conflict rather than avoiding it.

Gene Key: The Journey from Conflict to Peace

The Gene Key system, a holistic approach to self-awareness and personal growth, provides a roadmap for empaths to navigate conflict with narcissists. Gene Key 6, known as “The Gene Key of Conflict,” acknowledges that conflict is a natural part of life and offers the potential for transformation.

Practical Steps for Empaths:

Self-Reflection: Empaths can start by reflecting on their own responses to conflict. Understanding how they react emotionally can empower them to navigate situations with narcissists more effectively.

Setting Boundaries: Establishing clear boundaries is crucial when dealing with narcissists. This step helps empaths protect their emotional well-being while engaging with individuals who may seek to manipulate or exploit them.

Communication Skills: Empaths can develop assertive communication skills to express their needs, feelings, and concerns calmly and effectively, even in the face of resistance from narcissists.

Embracing Inner Peace: By working with insights from Gate 6 in Human Design and Gene Key 6, empaths can embrace the concept of conflict as a catalyst for growth and transformation. This shift in perspective allows them to find inner peace and resilience.

Seeking Support: It’s essential for empaths to seek support from therapists, support groups, or mentors who can provide guidance and understanding on their journey to evolve through conflict.

Dealing with conflict, especially with narcissists, can be a daunting challenge for empaths. However, through the wisdom of Human Design Gates and Gene Keys, they can transform these challenges into opportunities for personal growth and evolution. By embracing their authentic selves, setting healthy boundaries, developing communication skills, and seeking support, empaths can find inner peace and navigate the complexities of conflict with grace and resilience. In the end, it’s through these challenges that empaths can truly shine and evolve into their fullest potential.

Tarot Reading for Friction -> Peace

The World Card: In tarot symbolism, the World Card is the final card of the Major Arcana, representing completion, fulfillment, and a sense of achievement. It signifies a significant phase of your life coming to a close and a new chapter beginning. This card encourages you to embrace the totality of your experiences and to recognize the interconnectedness of all things. In your journey, consider how your empathic abilities and your experiences have brought you to this moment of transformation.


Here are some thought-provoking questions that empaths seeking peace from narcissistic conflict may find helpful for self-reflection and personal growth:

How do I typically respond to conflict with narcissistic individuals?

Understanding your natural responses can be the first step toward transformation.

What emotional and energetic toll does conflict with narcissists take on me?

Recognizing the impact of such interactions is essential for self-care.

What boundaries do I have in place to protect my emotional well-being when dealing with narcissists?

Establishing clear boundaries is crucial for maintaining peace.

Am I able to assertively communicate my needs and feelings during conflict with narcissists?

Effective communication can be a powerful tool for finding resolution.

How do I view conflict in general? Do I see it as an opportunity for growth or as something to be avoided at all costs?

Your perspective on conflict can significantly influence your experience of it.

Have I considered seeking support or guidance from a therapist, support group, or mentor to help me navigate these challenges?

Sometimes, outside guidance can provide invaluable insights and strategies.

What strategies or practices can I implement to find inner peace and resilience when facing narcissistic conflict?

Exploring mindfulness, self-care, or meditation techniques can be beneficial.

In what ways can I embrace conflict as a catalyst for personal growth and evolution?

Shifting your mindset can turn challenges into opportunities.

What are my ultimate goals when dealing with narcissistic individuals? How does achieving inner peace align with these goals?

Understanding your intentions can help you stay focused on your journey toward peace.

What insights or wisdom can I gain from systems like Human Design Gates and Gene Keys to aid in my quest for peace amidst conflict?

Exploring these systems may provide valuable tools for self-discovery.

These questions are designed to encourage self-reflection and guide empaths toward a path of personal growth and inner peace while navigating conflicts with narcissistic individuals.

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Published by Raven Scott

Raven Scott is an Empathic Spiritual Healer, Intl. Author, Podcaster, and Narc Abuse Soul Healing Coach in her Empath Healing Membership Community with the use of somatic healing exercises, Moon Rituals, Tarot, and Astrology & Human Design Reading.

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