Human Design: the ultimate decision-making compass
"Oh my god, I feel so seen!"
"I feel like you put into words how I've felt my whole life, I just didn't know how to articulate it until now."
"You just changed my life. This reading has changed the way I see myself for the better, forever."
These are generally the sentiments I hear from clients following a human design reading. It's my favorite thing about being a human design interpreter: the sense of self-acceptance this system engenders for people. Every time I've read someone's human design, they've walked away feeling a new level of permission to be their most authentic selves, and to live their lives in a way that feels right for them— rather than the way our collective culture dictates everyone should live.
I first discovered human design in my early 20's, and found it instrumental in my own self-discovery process as a young woman. "Ah, I'm a 2/5 Splenic Projector! My intuitive ways, my preference to move slower, my hermetic tendencies as well as my magnetic qualities...it all makes perfect sense now," I thought. I dove deep into my own bodygraph, and as I made sense of my own activated gates and channels, a crystal clear picture of who I am and what ways of being best serve me came together. "It doesn't make sense for me to try to 'keep up' with the generators and manifesting generators of the world," I realized. "I'm here to move at my own pace, and show others how they can work smarter, not harder."
Becoming a certified human design reader enables me to do just that in such a beautiful, layered, specific way. Through breaking down people's bodygraphs, I'm able to reveal so much to them: their innate strengths and growth areas, the environments and lifestyle choices that suit them best, the decision making approaches that are bound to yield the most optimal results. This system offers a framework that reflects a more insightful view of humanity. Rather than pushing a one-size-fits-all 'grind until you make it' mentality, according to human design, we all possess characteristics that are unique to us individually— as well as areas where our personalities overlap with others. When we form understanding in these areas, it becomes much easier to convey where we're at and relate to others in a balanced manner.
The core ethos of human design also asserts that none of us make our most sound choices from the conscious mind. In human design, the rational mind is viewed as a helpful data processing tool— but it is never the seat of our best decision making. Certain energy types are better suited to deal with the pressures and expectations of our current culture, while others are less compatible with the 'cult of productivity' attitude that pervades modern American society. Regardless, this is a system that can be utilized by all people to stimulate deeper self-recognition and improve overall quality of life. I know it because I've experienced it myself. Whether you're a projector, reflector, generator, manifestor or a manifesting generator, truly understanding your human design can act as a game-changing catalyst for personal growth, self-awareness and healthier relationships.