Living Your Design

So simple, yet not easy

Until I started living it, I too studied a lot. In hindsight it seems so simple now, but it really took me a while before I ‘got’ it. And maybe studying was a nice pastime before being able to get it, to help me open up a bit more. To let go of my mind being in control with all this knowledge and facts, or so I thought. A little bit of knowledge is not bad, and some of it is needed, I experienced. But, applying it, using it in daily life is what made me see and understand far beyond my mind. Hope you enjoy this little video by Ra 🙂

The unbearable lightness of being oneself

“There is a certain sentence one regularly hears from many people who are new to Human Design:

I have already done a lot of work on myself….

The truth is that the more work you have done on yourself, the harder it will be to decondition all of that work. I speak as one who knows! I did a lot of work on my ‘not self’ as well. I was really into polishing my not self! And it’s not about devaluing all that work either. It all has its value in the end.

If you have found Human Design, you must be a naturally lucky person, but you may also be damned! You have to have double luck for the knowledge to take root inside you.

There are no prerequisites for awakening. This is the only thing that can never be read from your chart – who will get it and who will not is still one of the true mysteries. It doesn’t matter how good a student you are – you could know more about Human Design than Ra Uru Hu himself and not get it – or you could only ever hear 2 sentences about your strategy and get it. You can be the most impatient person on this earth, but if your design makes the commitment to the process, you will learn to be patient within your impatience.

It’s a maddening business is Human Design.

So, after years of digging, I have only one diamond.

I would say: tread softly. Human Design isn’t about inner work – it’s about shedding all of that – and once its gone, we really get to see that it’s really about inner play. It isn’t serious at all. In fact, it’s bloody hilarious.”

An Afterword by Richard Rudd – Living Your Design manual