Single Definition means that there is one area of definition within the chart, one area where defined centers connect to each other through defined channels. This means that all of the defined centers in the chart are dependably communicating, that energy is continuously flowing. Single Definition gives a person a consistent and reliable sense of wholeness within themselves. They don’t need the energy of others to process incoming information, and are designed to operate independently and are more self-contained than those with Split Definitions. People with Single Definition don’t feel as if a piece of them is missing or that they need another to “complete them”. Single Definitions are, however, conditioned by society to believe that they should feel that way. They absorb, through their open centers, the programming that there is one “soul mate” or perfect match out there (this programming was created by Split Definitions). Because of this, most Single Definitions go through life believing that if they just found the right partner, they would feel that way.
Single Definitions can have an attraction to long distance relationships because they give them freedom and allow them their independence. Single Definitions in relationships have a hard time with depending on or needing others. They tend to be the care-takers or bread winners, or the people who manage the household, but ultimately they will grow tired and disenchanted with a partner who is totally reliant and doesn’t have a sense of themselves outside of the relationship. Single Definitions are more likely to walk away from relationships that do not serve them because they rarely believe that they cannot live without another. Single Definitions tend to be aware that another relationship will come along, and they may go through life convinced that “the one” is out there somewhere. Single Definitions may long for a partner who takes care of them, but ultimately have to recognize that no matter what partner they are with, they will always have a sense of individuality and are wired to be self-sufficient. Finding the right balance of independence and reliance, of care taking and being cared for in relationships is key for Single Definitions.