The Gate of Extremes embraces the full spectrum of humanity’s rhythms, diversity and expression. This gate encourages us to be open + flow through different rhythms while seeking variety in our lives.
Coming from the Sacral—the hub for vital life force, reproduction, sustainability and sexuality. 5 Gate of Fixed Rhythms is represented through routines, rituals and personal patterns.
Connecting to the Identity G—the hub for self, love, direction, identity, purpose, give & receive. Connecting to 15 Gate of Extremes, the love for humanity, fluidity, extremes and variety.
Together they form the 5-15 Channel of Rhythm
Gate 15 thrives with diversity + flexibility in their days. They’re meant to be adaptable, multifaceted as they find a balance between extremes. They are closely connected to the various rhythms in nature. While the Gate 5 needs consistency + a daily routine to feel grounded, the Gate of Extremes needs the opposite.
Gate 15 without the 5, doesn’t always have the discipline + rhythm to focus on one thing to achieve mastery. But that doesn’t mean they’re unable to. When they surrender to their natural ebbs & flows, they will be guided on the what to respond/focus on.
How can you support yourself through your ever changing rhythms? What routines support you at times and what routines can you change up?
Gate 15 is part of a generated channel when connected to Gate 5. This energy is about being in response to the now, it has no awareness.
As part of the Collective Understanding Circuit, this is about recognizing old patterns and starting new ones to correct the collective.
“When guided by your Authority, Gate 15 increases your potential to influence how extreme rhythms or patterns are made ‘modest,’ and are balanced and integrated within the Collective. By understanding and accepting the diverse and opposite tempos that are a part of humanity, you fully embrace and promote for all of us what it means to be human.”— Ra Uru Hu & Lynda Bunnell
As the love for humanity, gate 15 embraces the extremes of the human experience. No two person are the same. Our stories, our conditioning, our mechanics and how we are, are unique to us. Diversity is a celebration of life’s variety and ever evolving rhythms. It’s about being open, being in response to what the now is pulling you towards.
In the Shadow Expressions, Gate 15 might try to be fixed in their being, afraid of change and trying to confine themselves to strict routines or moving from one extremes to another unable to balance.
“To be a human is to be a battlefield of opposing forces and frequencies, some of which pull you towards heaven and others which try to drag you downward into hell. Humanity is the a bridge for consciousness to work out these many conflicting currents.”— Richard Rudd
Wisdom from Gate 15 comes from being attuned to nature and the collective’s rhythms, to finding beauty in the most ordinary.
We’re not meant to be “on” all the time. To learn from nature’s cycles as we navigate our own personal rhythms. How do we support ourselves throughout the seasons? What cycles are we moving through? How do we adapt to change and take care of our needs so we can thrive + nourish ourselves in any environment?
“Heaven on Earth is a choice you must make, not a place you must find.“ —Wayne Dyer
“There is only one path to Heaven. On Earth, we call it Love.“ — Henry David Thoreau
A lesson from the Gate of Extremes can be seen through the beauty in diversity.
We all bring something to the table and also knowing that not every table is for us. How do we hold space for differences, for new expressions, ways of being to blossom? While at the same time, creating an environment for safe discourses?
How do you honour your own personal timing? You’re not too late, you’re not behind. What if you’re exactly where you’re meant to be? This gate creates a very magnetic aura; when you’re honouring your rhythm, it pulls others in. How do you ground into your ever changing flows? What lessons have you learned from the magnetism of your fluidity and openness?
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