Improvement Ė The Human Design Solution
published in selfgrowth.com April 18, 2007
Desire to Change
If you stop and look around at how much material is available for self improvement, you canít help but realize that a lot of people want to be better. This is because, as humans, we have an innate and very powerful desire to change.
Many of us arenít content to just be because we have this underlying sense that there is more to life than what we are experiencing.
Life is getting more complex, more competitive and more diverse. In the past, belief systems were the glue that held us together. Today those belief systems are losing some of their strength. We live in a new world that requires new systems. We need systems that will help us change so we can move with greater freedom. We need systems that will empower us to succeed in navigating new levels of complexity so we can meet new challenges with calm confidence.
In order to do that we need to be very clear about our own uniqueness and especially about how we are designed to interact with others.
Fortunately humans are designed to be able to do that. We have the innate capacity to "become". Becoming is an active process of discovery. In a sense it means to "actively participate in your own ongoing creation".
What we have to learn is how to "become", as a process, not as a goal.
Self awareness is an important step in the process because it slows down your reaction to the world providing you with a chance to be conscious. In the language of self transformation, to be conscious is to act with the knowledge that you know that you are acting.
When we are conscious we have a tiny window of opportunity where we can behave differently than we usually do. On the physical level of our neurology we literally have the ability to stop our own behavior and make a substitution.
This little window doesnít stay open for very long which means that when you recognize it you have to be able to act very quickly, because you donít have time to try and decide which behavior you want to substitute. And, if you want truly to change, you have to be able to act differently, to substitute a different behavior.
No amount of thinking is going to bring about any actual change. You must act in order to change.
Iím talking here about acting right in the heat of the moment, in the very heart of the now, where everything moves along so very quickly. We rarely have the luxury of pondering what we are going to do in the now, we just do. So we have to be prepared with some idea in mind of what the substitute behavior is going to be.
We have to have in mind what we are becoming. The easiest way to do this is to discover your own individual design and align with it.
I look around and I see that there are lots of people telling us what we want to become and usually they are saying we should become like them. OK, fair enough, maybe we should. But then again maybe I should live my own design and become myself and you should live your own design and become yourself.
Itís been my experience that itís more satisfying to be myself then it is to be somebody else. Iíd rather make my mistakes than yours.
In the past itís generally been a long, slow and difficult endeavor to discover yourself sufficiently well enough to really participate in your own processes. We are, after all, very complex and thereís a lot to sift through to determine what is ours and what isnít.
However, like everything else in our world this too has changed in the past 20 years. Today we can tap into our individual design very quickly.
Human Design reveals the specifics of your core, wired behaviors. It clearly and precisely defines your own personal, natural strategies for decision making, for bonding and much more. Once you rediscover who you are you will find that you can trust yourself and then life becomes effortless.
Take advantage of this powerful system now.
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Kip Winsett Licensed Human Design Analyst
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