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Randy Coleman

Type: Projector Profile: 1/3 Location: San Marcos, CA Phone: (949) 235-1482 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Overview Reading: $150 Foundation Reading: NA Classes Offered: NA

I came to Human Design in 1999 because a friend had found it and was so excited by the knowledge that he insisted that I had to check it out. I did and thus began my journey. At that time you could not have found a person more unlikely to be a part of this sort of being. I spent most my first seven years proving to myself that this was real, then studying the wheel itself. The wheel proved to be the most profound thing that I could ever encounter. So, after many years of doing some of the on line courses and listening to Ra, I decided to pursue a Living Your Design course for certification. As a 1-3 Projector, this of course was just my path to finding my own foundation.

I feel strongly that being able to try to live your design without too much attention paid to gates and channels, etc. is the best way for most people that come across the Human Design knowledge to find out what it is like to live as yourself. Everybody experiences exposure to this knowledge in their own way, so I like to give people simple examples of how their type operates for common situations. It is simple, but not necessarily brief because it only takes a few questions for me to deeply personalize the discussion. For more in depth analysis, such as Primary Health System (PHS) for instance, I can refer people on to our many other qualified professionals. This keeps me from having to explain all of the detriments, etc. while still being able to ask the right questions to keep the overview tailored to a specific individual.

I have not taught any LYD courses because I have not encountered the correct situation to do so. When/if that invitation comes, I will certainly consider it. But for right now, what I’ve been doing seems fine.

Professional Certifications: Living Design Guide