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Human Design & Self-Trust

Self-trust is the confidence in one’s own abilities, decisions, and inner wisdom. It’s the belief that you can rely on your judgment and instincts to navigate life’s challenges and opportunities. Self-trust is foundational to how we interact with the world; it affects our decision-making processes, our relationships, our willingness to take risks, and our resilience in the face of adversity.

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Human Design & Self-Love

Self-love is the appreciation and acceptance of oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological, and spiritual growth. It’s a state of appreciation for oneself that is developed through practices that lead to significant and mature self-awareness, self-respect, and self-care. Self-love is fundamental to living well; it influences who you pick for a mate, the image you project

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Human Design & Self-Worth

Self-worth refers to the value you attribute to yourself as a person, independent of external achievements, possessions, or the opinions of others. It’s a deep-seated sense of being worthy of love, respect, and care, based on an intrinsic understanding of one’s value as a human being. Unlike self-esteem, which can fluctuate based on accomplishments or failures, self-worth is more about

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Human Design Authority: How We Make Aligned Decisions

In Human Design, the concept of Authority provides guidance on how to make decisions that are correct for you, leading to a life that is more aligned with your true nature. Authority is determined by the configuration of your chart, specifically by which centers are defined and how they are connected. Understanding your Authority is crucial in the Human Design

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Your Unique Human Design Profile

Human Design Profile & What it Means Your Human Design Profile is the third key—following your Type and Authority— in unlocking a fundamental aspect of your inner nature and how you interact with people and the world around you. There are 64 Gates in the life chart that correspond to the 64 hexagrams in the I Ching. Each hexagram has

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