I was profoundly impacted by my first Human Design reading in 2002. Since then I have been deepening my knowledge of the system and gradually integrated living according to my unique design. In the Fall of 2011, I started my professional training with Chetan Parkyn and Carola Eastwood (humandesignforusall.com) and completed the final Level 4 in November 2014.
Much has been written about this elegant and efficient way to self-discovery, personal fulfillment and growing into one’s potential, that is available online (on my resources page I share the sources that inspired me). Below find some of the benefits of living one’s design and a short description of some of the main themes.
Benefits of living in alignment with your Human Design
- Decision making ceases to be stressful
Making decisions from what you can rely on, from what is consistently defined, you can experience being in harmony with your life’s flow: Inner directed – deeply connected – a flowering into, and living of, one’s destiny.
- Meet the right people, engage in the right projects, be in the right places
Living in accord with our own inner guidance system, a deepening into profound trust develops. More trust equals less worry, doubt, and confusion and more joy and satisfaction. Even when we encounter difficult or painful experiences/feelings, we know that those are the right experiences for us. Deep surrender and acceptance to all that life brings is a natural outcome of living our design.
- Engage in your life wholeheartedly and abundantly with a sense of great inner freedom
Energy and attention, previously engaged in dysfunctional patterns and conditioning, now available to express in live supporting and joy giving ways.
“Tatini did a great job describing my design clearly, in language I could understand. And I particularly liked the examples she used. I left the session feeling empowered to step into my power and life purpose and woke up this morning feeling centered, grounded and powerful. Thank you for sharing your gift with me!”
—Bill Epperly, January 2015 (http://www.billepperly.com/)