#1 My Journey to Human Design – Grief, Emotions & the Status Quo
Welcome to Practical Awakening. In this episode I share my story into Human Design. From the first moment that I knew I was intuitive, and the moment I knew I would never fit in with the “normal” people. In 2017, my mum died from bowel cancer and my whole life crumbled around me. In my grief I was confronted with all the “truths” that I had allowed to shape my life. Human Design allowed me to really take back my power in living my life of peace. It has allowed me to heal my emotional trauma, my relationship with my dad and finally live a life for right now, in the present moment.
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(00:55) Rachael shares her story from her childhood to human design.
(02:25) Rachael’s spirituality journey began with Abraham Hicks and how she began to be the creator of her own reality.
(03:30) Discovering Human Design and how everything just clicked with her emotional authority as a Manifestor and 5 open centres.
(04:45) Seeing herself through the signature themes of peace and anger. Audioclip
(05:30) Learning to embody and express her emotions in a healthy way.
(06:53) Human Design as a practical tool.
(07:54) Rachael shares her journey through grief and losing her mum when she was only 53.
(08:37) How grief pushed Rachael to confront the stories she has been telling herself.
(09:45) The defined ajna, the opinions that shaped life and embracing the hypocrisy of being a human.
(10:30) How Rachael healed her relationship with her Dad just by understanding their types.
(11:45) The basics of Human Design when looking at a chart.
- Rachael Ami