One of the things that is so obvious about homogenization is that privilege is inherited, and the inheritance of privilege leads to class.
One of the most fascinating premises in Human Design is the mutation that took place in 1781. That mutation, by the way, was very much the by-product of heat, but I don’t want to get too deeply into it..
It is so interesting for me going back to the original Rave Anatomy text and seeing where my priorities were at that time. After all, it was put together in the early ‘90s. In laying it out, I was laying out the basic infrastructure of how I would teach people the nature of the BodyGraph.
It has been one of my concerns that has evolved over the last number of years about the problems associated with what we call mind. Everything about the realm of mind is what the passenger interprets as its life.
When I began my process as a teacher, introducing Human Design, I had this lovely mantra: "You are unique, you have no choice, love yourself."
It began in the imagination of Wolfgang Pauli. I mean, he was trying to solve some basic principles of physics and couldn't come up with a solution and basically invented something that would satisfy the demands of the equation.