I’m often asked a lot of questions, obviously, about Human Design. And I think one of the most basic questions anyone asks is, what does it really do for you?
Purpose is an interesting concept for the mind; that there must be some higher valuation than the physical life of the body, a reason for this personal existence, and that there is something that must be done or accomplished.
One of the major problems we have in education is that it is based on a methodology that is rooted in, what in Design terms is called, the Strategic.
"It doesn't mean that the sadness goes away, but it means that the sadness itself can be interpreted as something beneficial. In other words, it becomes your muse."
When I began this series of looking at Profile, I began with the concept of the signpost, and I want to return to that.
I was given the design, or mechanics, of the various forms: the forms of bio-life, inanimate forms and trans-auric forms. I was also given something else: the knowledge about the mechanics of death.