Understanding Human Design – Episode 7 with Asha Ramakrishna


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Quantum Human Design is a new and transformed Human Design language that is more expansive, empowering, expressive and comes with a more comprehensive understanding. It's been deliberately engineered and upgraded the HD vocabulary to a powerful, positive, higher vibrational frequency of energy to help you fully activate your potential. In this week's episode, we have Asha Ramakrishna, a student of Human Design for 13 years. She feels it is one of the most powerful tools to guide us all into healing our conditioning and activating our true soulful authentic-self. Episode Highlights: ● How the idea of conscious commerce has evolved in the last few years. [03:39] ● The future of a compassionate, sacred commerce evolving in the next few years. [06:29] ● Personal growth, self-love and setting boundaries. [09:50] The most vital steps in the human design community that we need to start taking to make it more inclusive. [15:54] ● Catalytic aspects of growth and expansion. [21:20] Guest Bio: Asha Ramakrishna is obsessed with Human Design and came to know Human Design thirteen years ago when she was struggling being a mother to a very sensitive daughter. Nothing she did seemed to “work” to make her happy. When someone suggested for her to look into her Human Design, she understood her sensitivity and the responsibility as a parent to provide the right environment for her, and ultimate for us all. She is a Reflector (very rare!) and really needed to live in a place where she could decompress. So, they moved to the country! Human design changed the way they were in relationship with each other (her husband) and how they parented each of their daughters.

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