Are you really new to Human Design and wondering who the heck to listen to when there are so many people teaching HD? Where do you even start?


Or if you’ve been Googling for a few days or weeks or even months already you might have discovered they don’t all agree! So who’s right? Who do you trust?


In this article, I’m going to share 5 tips to help you to pick an HD guide who is right for you. Please know, from the outset, that I’ve been learning about, applying and embodying Human Design in my own life for almost 8 years (at the time of writing) and teaching it for almost as long.


Now before we talk about those five tips, you probably need some context…


Even if you get charts run by several different experts, as long as the raw (birth) data you’ve given them (or you entered yourself) is the same, the charts should be pretty much identical (bar a few stylistic changes). So the chart doesn’t change. But depending on the human you’re working with (or the blog post you’re reading or the video that you’re watching) the interpretation of that chart could be wildly different.


It is important to note that, broadly speaking, there are two main schools of thought in the Human Design field.


Some people feel that we need to teach it exactly the way that Ra Uru Hu taught it from the point where he channelled the Human Design System in January 1987. And then there are other people who have taken the work of Ra and have either simplified it or layered it together with other tools. There are now, more than 35 years later, multiple versions of Human Design because, while the chart stays the same, each new HD expert brings with them their own human perspective.


Which way is correct? Well, that depends on who you ask.


The view I hold is that there are many, many, many ways to approach this body of work, just like there is in Astrology or any other tool that can be used to help people to better understand themselves.


For you, it’s important that you work out who is correct for you to learn from. So let’s dive into these tips now. 5 tips to help you pick the right specialist for you.

  1. How long has this person been learning about, working with and teaching Human Design?


  1. Have they done some kind of training?


  1. When you learn from this HD expert how do you feel? Did their article or video or “thing” you consumed leave you feeling empowered?


  1. Do you resonate with them? Do you enjoy learning from them?


  1. Is there a time and money budget match?

Choose a Human Design Expert.


I would like to suggest Amanda Hamm. Owner & CEO at Amanda Hamm Coaching. Human Design Life Coach. Feeling stuck doesn’t have to suck.


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