Human Design Hawaii
12/30/69 - 06/13/23
Left Angle Cross of Demands
Johns real joy came from helping people live this knowledge so they could discover their own mythology. When he was working one-on-one with someone, they would get his entire focus. This laser focus, the suspension of mind, and the cellular transmission that occurs was his skill and gift as a projector. It has been reported by many that his sharing of this information had been deeply penetrating and at times highly confronting. The word “intense” has been used quite often. Shaking people out of their dream states is a messy business. Most people will fight to defend the prison of their own mind.
If you were asking John to work with you, you were inviting an insatiable fuel to see what is not working and to help you see this as well. His job was to ask the hard questions and see where you are lying to yourself. This can be very destabilizing. However, nothing that is you can be harmed, only what is not you.
After all these years, it became so clear to John that the only thing that matters, what really works and protects you in this knowledge, is the honoring of your aura mechanics. From the moment he woke each day, John devoted himself entirely to the perfection of being in form NOW.
John would ask people to be clear about what they were inviting. He would attack every belief you held dear, to see what withstands the test of your own form consciousness. John loved the intensity of this process and would fight and bleed with his clients, but he would not fight against them.
“I can push you off the cliff, but I will not carry you to the edge.” -John Martin
John was a 6/2 Spleen Projector on the Left Angle Cross of Demands.
John’s gift, as funny at it may sound, was to see everything that did not work. Nothing was ever correct, only less fucked up. This insatiable fuel to challenge life and judge the acuteness of form consciousness was his art, his source of constant amusement. You may have experienced him as demanding, but his entire life was demanding of him, as he was under relentless pressure to be correct in every movement.
John was a role model, when he was invited he brought incredible inspiration to peoples process, seeing and painting archetypal pictures of the mythology that underlies their designs.