What if I don’t recognise myself in (an aspect of) my design? (FAQ #3)


What if I don’t recognise myself in (an aspect of) my design? (FAQ #3)

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Human Design is not about believing anything. We are always the first and final authority on who we are and how we function. If your read something about your design that does not make sense, that means it is not relevant for you. You can safely and immediately disregard it.

First, because there are many reasons why what you’re reading may not be an accurate explanation of the aspect of your design it describes. The writer may see it from a completely different perspective. Or they may be misinterpreting something. Or they could just plain be wrong. We are all human beings and to err is human. Again, no one can ever have more authority over you than you yourself. So, you may just assume they got it wrong and go with what makes the most sense for you.

Second, living your design is an inherently subjective experience. If something about Human Design does not resonate for you right now, it may be because it is simply not relevant for you. I, myself, never really got into the PHS (a part of HD based on the deeper activations in our design). I see its value, but I just don’t feel the need to read or follow it. Does this mean I am missing our on an essential aspect of living my design? Perhaps. It does not matter. It is my life and I am the authority on which information is relevant for me. That is the end of the story. And in my opinion, the same goes for you and anything you don’t resonate with.

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