What on earth is Human Design? (Hint: it’s a lot crazier than you could even imagine)

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Let’s start from the top, where did this come from?

YES.

If we believe in evolution — this actually makes sense as humans evolve just like any other life form, right?

Whether you are on board with this guiding premise or not, understanding your design can help you live a more chill life.

Human Design is basically living an Alan Watts quote.

The beauty is in claiming your own authority through raising your own awareness and testing that awareness to figure out YOUR OWN TRUTH.

Why do we want to do this?

If we can learn to trust our own authority (learning to exist in the body) then we can learn to enjoy the ride.

This is why Human Design is referred to as the science of differentiation.

Human Design helps peel back the veil of conditioning and helps us remember that really we are here to lean into what makes us different.

Surrendering your worry and doubt and trusting your body’s natural responses bring you into your own personal alignment.

Step one is learning how your aura works.

Once we know how our own individual aura works, we are able to begin an unlearning process called deconditioning.

When we can accept and champion our natural state of being, we can release outside conditioning and begin living in our natural alignment, guided by our own authority.

It’s not all sunshine and rainbows.

Our history is filled with people who’ve been punished for fighting against norms, which is why we choose the safety of homogenization.

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Jeni Gage is a Human Design reader + energy teacher living in Los Angeles. Learn more about Human Design and book a session or class at jenigage.com

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Jeni Gage

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Jeni Gage is a Human Design reader + energy teacher living in Los Angeles. Learn more about Human Design and book a session or class at jenigage.com

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