Completion of Professional Human Design Analyst Training
After four years of study, yesterday I turned in my Analyst Exam to my Mentor for the final step in becoming a Certified Human Design Analyst.
Sharing my Feelings
I hope to begin sharing my feelings here on this blog as I continue to move through the progression of my development as an Analyst as I am inspired to do so. That makes this post the first in a series of what it’s like to be a Human Design Professional, to leave breadcrumbs along the way for anyone else who is interested in knowing what it’s like and what it takes to be successful.
When you have made the decision to train and become a Human Design Professional as your primary source of income, it can be both exhilarating and exciting. You plunge into the world of being self-employed, and over time you know firsthand the many blessings of working with one of the most accurate and rewarding systems for human understanding there is. It’s a fun and fulfilling profession that can catapult you to a place of authentic self-sustainment. This is a core reason I’ve been thankful for Human Design in my professional life these past two years as a Certified Living Your Design Guide. Without taking care of the basics (food, shelter, clothing, education), I would just have a fascinating a hobby.
Hobbies enrich our lives tremendously. Everyone has an interest in something they do for fun. When I got asked that over the last four years, my answer has been: studying Human Design. As a high-functioning Asperger female, my special interest is where I pour most of my attention; its the most important thing in my world. No wonder I was recognized and invited to apply this system in my professional life!
Even if I weren’t using Human Design in my life professionally, there are many rewards to utilizing its framework for understanding others – my family, fellow students and associates, my friends and loved ones. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the following are ten reasons why I feel super grateful not only for Human Design but also for the mentors, teachers, and especially you to share your experiences and feelings with me on this journey of awakening.
Human Design Gratitude List, Thanksgiving 2016
Here are the top ten reasons I’m grateful for Human Design:
10. Observe and Guide Through Significant Changes
As a Human Design Professional, I get to work with people on their most pressing problems and opportunities while looking at their chart. It is utterly fascinating to me! I love that get to be a trusted Advisor for key life and career issues, helping people get control of their decisions, have more work-life balance, and discover a more fulfilling life.
9. Make a Big Difference
As a Human Design Life and Career Coach, I get to see real results and life-changing progress in the clients who come to me. I feel so pleased and proud to see my students and clients become more aware of themselves so that they live more authentically and it shows in their personal and work success.
8. Peaceful Work Environment
There’s not much of the work drudgery of a traditional 9-5. Unlike almost any other job I can think of; I don’t have to deal with a ton of office politics or daily friction that you encounter in the corporate world. It feels so good that I don’t have to commute, I don’t have to pack lunch or go out to eat where I can’t have exactly what and how much I want, I don’t have to deal with any of the inconveniences of traditional work.
7. Work From Anywhere
For the past two years, I have built my practice from a home office. This freedom lets me travel anytime; hike, bike, and garden in between client sessions – and also spend maximum time with family. It feels so exciting that Human Design gives me a wonderfully flexible lifestyle so I can enjoy a rich world of daydreams of what could be!
6. Educate Myself
With all my mentor’s and my client’s help, I’ve been able to afford and do work-trade for Human Design classes for four years now! My close family and friends, even people on social media who may not know me very well, recognize that a solid, self-directed education has always been of the highest importance on my list. They’ve believed in me and supported me, even reaching into their own pockets to help when I needed it and asked for it. When strangers who read my articles reached out and contributed to my educational fund it made me weep with gratitude. I feel incredibly grateful, and without that help I definitely would not be where I am today.
5. Flexible Schedule
As a non-Sacral being, a Projector, it’s important that I can choose whether to work full time or part time, and that can change from day to day. I feel incredibly free to have the flexibility to create my ideal work schedule and satisfied with work weeks that are what I make of them.
4. Be Creative
I can spend the majority of my time on implementing my imagination through creating, whether it be webinars, presentations, writing articles, creating images or videos, that all help me attract, coach and consult my clients who appreciate my creative self-expression. It feels wonderful to be able to have the freedom to write and express when I’m in the mood to.
3. Enjoy Never-Ending Learning
There is a wealth of information from Ra and other teachers of the Human Design System, not to mention continual new insights from the world of life coaching and business consulting to incorporate into my work. Studying to be a BG5 consultant this past year and a half, and becoming a teacher’s assistant this year has helped me tremendously in my professionalism and the quality of my work. I feel eternally delighted to be able to learn through my work!
2. Make surprising connections
As a result of my Human Design work, I have been able to get to know and talk with dozens of teachers in our community and outside of it to learn from and be inspired by them. I love the feeling of assimilating new information to help me in my synthesis of the components that go into collaborating with others on their personal or business journeys.
1. Work With Wonderful Clients
People who find Human Design are awesome! They want to be themselves. They are open to being supported to understand their inner truth. They are willing to give and receive feedback. The people I especially love working with want to know the others around them and help all to be the best version of themselves possible.
I know I am blessed. Because you’re reading this, you’re one of the people who have supported me and I want to express my gratitude. Thank you for being in my life, because without you, I would not be here today. You are #1 on my gratitude list this Thanksgiving. I appreciate you!