Heath Ledger

Posted on: February 18, 2009 by: admin

One of the most convincing acting jobs I have ever seen was by Heath Ledger in his portrayal of the Joker in Batman, The Dark Knight. An unpleasant role, yes, but also an amazing performance. By looking at Heath’s Human Design chart, you can see how his design supported the molding of his character and personna around the identity of whom he was playing. He was so consumed by the character that he told reporters he barely slept two hours a night during filming.

If you look at Heath’s design, his open G/Identity Center and open Sacral Center left him wide open to be consumed by the identity and the energy of the role. Not necessarily a good thing for the role of the Joker. As you probably are aware, he died shortly after filming of the movie finished. The final straw was probably having an undefined Spleen Center which powers the immune system. Between the amplification of energy that he couldn’t fully handle, taking perscription medicines to try and sleep and having inconsistent energy with his immune system to process the medication, his body just shut down in his sleep.If you move and hold your mouse over the red circled areas you will see more information about how Human Design ties to the characteristcs displayed by Heath.

Also check out my custom Human Design report for Heath by clicking Here.