Human Design | An Introduction with Ra Uru HuJun 02, 2023
In today's fast-paced world, we often find ourselves lost in the hustle, forgetting who we truly are. But what if there was a way to reconnect with our inner selves, to understand our unique design and navigate life more authentically? Enter the world of "Human Design," a system developed over two decades that promises just that.
At its core, Human Design is the science of differentiation. It's not about categorizing people into boxes but understanding what makes each individual unique. It delves deep into our genetic imprint, aiming to uncover not just our inherent nature but also how we can operate as our true selves.
One of the foundational concepts of Human Design is the duality of our world. Everything exists in pairs: light and dark, good and bad, this and that. This dualistic nature is mirrored in the way we understand ourselves through Human Design. The system introduces the concept of the "body graph," a visual representation of our being. Some centers of this graph are colored, representing the fixed, consistent parts of our nature. In contrast, others are white, symbolizing areas of openness or potential conditioning.
But these white centers aren't voids or imperfections. They're areas where we're nurtured or, as some might say, conditioned. It's a fascinating concept: while parts of us remain consistent throughout our lives, others are shaped by our experiences and the world around us. This duality, the interplay between our fixed nature and our conditioned self, is where many of our life's dilemmas arise.
A significant revelation of Human Design is the role of decision-making in our lives. Every choice we make, consciously or subconsciously, shapes our journey. But here's the catch: many of our decisions are influenced by societal conditioning, taking us further from our true potential. We're biologically wired to seek what we don't have, leading many of us to live a life driven by the "not-self," a version of us molded by external influences rather than our true nature.
So, how do we break free? The answer lies in shifting our decision-making from the mind to the body. In the Human Design philosophy, the mind is a mere observer, a passenger, while the body is the vehicle that truly lives life. By tuning into our body, our "inner Authority," we can make choices that resonate with our true selves.
For those with an emotional nature, as depicted by a defined solar plexus in their body graph, patience becomes crucial. Emotions ebb and flow, and decisions made in the heat of the moment may not truly reflect one's desires. Recognizing this and allowing oneself the time to respond rather than react can be transformative.
In conclusion, Human Design offers a roadmap to self-discovery. It's not about changing who we are but understanding our unique design and living authentically. It encourages us to be our own authority, to make choices based on our true nature, and to free ourselves from the chains of societal conditioning. It's a journey that requires patience and introspection, but the destination—a life lived authentically—is undoubtedly worth it.
-Ra Uru Hu
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