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My name is Ariane Elizabeth Timmermans. I am here to guide and to inspire.
After finishing advanced secondary school in 2008, I studied Cultural Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam. Cultural Anthropology is all about understanding the relationship between the individual and the collective. I learned to observe, analyse, and interpret the way individual decisions shape collective society and how collective fluctuations are expressed on the individual level.
I travelled to South-East Asia (2010-2011) and lived in India for 2 years (2013-2014). Being part of a society so very different from the one I grew up in, allowed me to develop a unique perspective on the world. From this distinctive viewpoint, using the investigative skills I learned in university, the vital energy of my endless curiosity, and my determination to know more, I dedicate my life to continuously uncovering deeper layers of understanding.
Human Design came into my life in 2009, even before I went on my first trip to Asia. It has therefore been an ever-present lens through which I see the deeper layers of human existence. After finishing University, I received my formal education in Human Design with Alokanand Diaz (Human Design Republic) and the International Human Design School.
Human Design has allowed me to understand the inner mechanics of my Being. I can now recognise my Inner Authority and no longer need the mental certainty my mind craves for. As a Self-Projected Projector, I find my path in life following the direction my body indicates. In retrospect, I can see that I have done this my whole life. Thanks to Human Design I no longer think I need to be anywhere else than exactly where I want to be and I can rest in my own Truth. Human Design gives me the insight, it is up to me to apply this in every moment of my life.
My life is a continuous experiment with recognising and living according to my truth. In October 2019 it became undeniably clear to me that giving Human Design consultations was no longer correct for me. That was the moment I stopped doing them. I live in dedication to the spontaneity of life. I take chances when they come and spend the remainder of my time in rest. I accept invitations when I feel seen as the whole of who I am and when all my conditions for the circumstances in which I can work are met. This means that when I say “Yes” I can be truly and fully present, giving everything I have to offer. If this is not possible, then I am already not there. As such, I find my path through life.
I am also an autodidact photographer, and all photography on this web page is my own.