Greetings, dear readers of my blog. Today I want to talk to you about how Human Design and psychology are related. Some people are used to considering Human Design as a separate science. Someone, on the contrary, is ready to consider it as an integral part of more global disciplines, which is also psychology. This is a very multifaceted and controversial topic. But you shouldn’t leave it unattended.
What is psychology for?
Let’s try to answer the question: for what purpose do we read psychological literature, go to psychologist’s appointments, do art therapy, work with associative cards, attend webinars, trainings, etc.? One of the reasons why we do this is our desire to get to know ourselves, our nature and our soul better. We need psychology so that we can work with our beliefs, feelings and traumas, as well as improve our relationships with loved ones.
Even ancient authors in their works paid attention to the problems of human nature, his soul and mind. Some of their theories are still valid today. In particular, Hippocrates’ classification of temperaments has come down to us, according to which people are divided into phlegmatic, choleric, sanguine and melancholic. And many of Plato’s ideas influenced the formation of the philosophical foundations of ideas about the human psyche.
During the entire existence of psychology, a lot of techniques, methods and instructions have been developed for studying the human soul and the laws by which his psyche lives. And all of them are aimed at ensuring that each of us can delve into ourselves and connect with our true nature. We are free to choose those psychological methods that resonate in our subconscious. And one of these methods can be safely called Human Design.
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How apply Human Design in Psychology
Human Design could be a great tool for self-discovery. Many psychologists and life coaches already use it in their work. The main advantage of Human Design as a psychological method is that a specialist can literally in a few seconds get a portrait of his ward, look into his soul and immerse himself in his inner world. To do this, he will just need to calculate his Bodygraph. Having in hand a complete picture of the nature of his client, the psychologist can take it as a basis for his future research. And then to observe how much his ward is ready to accept his natural nature, and what beliefs and complexes separate him from the True Self.
The fact that a person does not agree with some of the nuances of his Bodygraph will indicate that he has something to work on. That his subconscious is still dormant and most of the time he lives his life in his head: focusing on the arguments and judgments that his mind imposes on him.
Modern psychology offers hundreds of ways to know yourself and work with your own spirit. We can work through resentments, unlived feelings, trauma and complexes through creativity, meditation practices, or gestalt therapy techniques. And we can turn to our Design and then, perhaps, we will achieve our first results much faster.
Of course, Human Design is not a magic pill. Knowing yourself, working with your true feelings and attunement with your nature are very long-term processes that require considerable energy, time and effort. Yet Human Design can make your journey easier, richer and more interesting in many ways. So why not try and calculate your Bodygraph right now?