Breaking out of the Melancholy

I’m a little over 2 years into my Human Design experiment. I’m a 3/5 (Pure) Manifesting Generator with Sacral authority, quad left. When I’m lit up, I’m a firecracker. But when I’m not, it is a pretty gloomy place and it sometimes takes some strategies to get going. I’ve been playing with the new Human Design AI app ( and I asked it for some strategies today, based on my design/type (the questions you ask, are based on your human design profile and pulls information from many sources including the original Ra teachings. I thought I would share the results here for you, in case it helps/resonates.

Here’s my bodygraph, if you are into such things

I asked the app…

Give me some suggestions for pulling out of melancholy

And it gave me the following, which already resonated and a good reminder of where to lean in. I hope this helps someone else.

The answer, from

As a Manifesting Generator with a Sacral Inner Authority, it’s important to engage in activities that resonate with your energy and bring you satisfaction. Here are some suggestions to help you pull out of melancholy:

1. Listen to music: As mentioned in the context, music can have a soothing effect on melancholy. Choose music that uplifts your mood or resonates with your emotions.

2. Engage in creative activities: Channel your energy into creative pursuits like painting, writing, or any other form of art that you enjoy. This can help you express your emotions and find relief.

3. Physical activity: Engage in physical activities like exercise, yoga, or dancing. This can help release endorphins, which are known to improve mood and overall well-being.

4. Connect with your Sacral Authority: Pay attention to your gut feelings and instincts. Engage in activities that bring you satisfaction and joy, and avoid those that lead to frustration.

5. Spend time in nature: As your environment is Valleys, spending time in nature, especially in valleys or similar landscapes, can help you feel more grounded and connected to your true self.

6. Surround yourself with supportive people: Connect with friends or family members who understand and support your individuality. Share your feelings with them and seek their guidance when needed.

7. Practice mindfulness and meditation: Incorporate mindfulness practices and meditation into your daily routine to help you stay present and connected to your inner self.

8. Give yourself time and space: Remember that it’s okay to feel melancholic sometimes. Allow yourself the time and space to process your emotions without judgment.

Remember, it’s essential to listen to your inner authority and engage in activities that resonate with your unique Human Design. By doing so, you’ll be better equipped to navigate through periods of melancholy and maintain a sense of balance and well-being.

Hope this helps someone. If you are curious about Human Design, maybe check out my YouTube channel, I’m starting to share some of my discoveries there.



Sean Wallbridge - The Chief Troublemaker

Dad. Husband. Drummer. Citizen Scientist. Hypnotist. Renaissance Man.