I wrote this article six years ago... I have learned and figured out a few thins since... but this is still a good article... 90% truth value...
- Human Design Institute: 190
- Ra personal vibration: 300
- accuracy of interpretation of charts: 200 vibration
- charts: not useful
- truth value: 30%
- useful: yes
- idea of false self: useful (eliminates ego concerns)
- eating recommendations: useful
- type identification: not useful
- action/initiation mode: correct, not useful
I muscle tested these again, and the results were the same.
So, if the numbers are so low, why am I saying that many of the stuff they have is useful?
Didn't I say somewhere else that anything under 500 vibration is useless? I did say that. Was I right? Yes, Was I wrong? Yes.
Huh? Come again?
The usefulness is not always in the content matter. The usefulness often comes from looking at things differently, through a different looking glass, through a different distinction.
You can ask a thousand people, all from different backgrounds, to look at, let's say digestion, and they will all see different things.
Why? Because they all concentrate on one main framework, what here we call distinction, and they look at the world, including digestion through that.
You can look at digestion in a mechanistic way.
- Or through the digestive juices.
- Or through the harmful stuff that you ingest,
- through the parasites,
- through good and bad microorganisms,
- through chemistry,
- through blood type,
- through pathogens,
- through raw or cooked, processed or unprocessed, spicy, blah blah blah.
And the "diagnosis" and the recommendation to fix the condition will be vastly different.
The Human Design Institute looks at digestion yet again from a different vantage point, from a different distinction, namely your "design".
I have had my own eating style "reading".
The Human Design system is mechanistic, and therefore deterministic, and therefore highly arrogant, meaning pretends to know everything, much like a religion.
But using any body of knowledge for the sake of getting a different "looking glass" is very intelligent, and raises your vibration... unless you take it like the truth.
Now, that focus, I must admit, is amazing. No one ever thinks that it matters how they eat, beyond the rules of thumb: sit down, get calm, be present, chew your food, blah blah blah.
The student I mentioned in yesterdays article got in touch. She had just got sick from Almond butter. She was very hungry and ate it by the spoonfuls.
Her digestive system said WTF? and made her experience pain, which is how your body communicates to you. Pain is good. It is a feedback to you that you are doing something wrong, something that doesn't agree with your body.
Her digestion and my digestion is the same "class" so I knew exactly what went wrong: the almond butter needed no chewing, so her digestive system had no time to prepare itself to what was coming. Chewing does more than just chops the food, it communicates to the digestive system what is coming.
As you see, this "distinction" makes you look at stuff otherwise you would not even consider.
I made a similar mistake yesterday: I pureed my cauliflower... and got promptly sick from it. Same thing: the digestive system didn't have time, didn't have warning, it just had an onslaught of unidentified stuff swung at it... it complained loudly, and hurt for quite a while.
I don't know how many "types" there are with regards to how to eat, but I'll find out. Once I'll know what different ways we can look at eating, I'll be able to muscle test it for you.
It will take time, and a considerable money investment for me to learn that stuff, but I'd do anything for you, my dear human...
When they tell you to be true to yourself... you have no idea what that means, do you? You have no idea what is the design of the self that you are... because popular science looks one way... and that's that... One size fits all... leaving 99% of humanity miserable. Welcome to the world.