The Not-Self (Human design) by Ra Uru Hu

Ra looks at conditioning and the way it impacts each and every one of us. The not-self is living out a life based on what we are pulled towards, attracted to, and conditioned by rather than living out what is our imprint.

We are most deeply conditioned by our openness. Ra shows us how when we’re operating out of our Strategy and Authority, our openness becomes the source of our wisdom. He shows us how to use our minds to watch the way our not-self works, taking us a huge step forward in the development of our consciousness and self love.

Human Design is a pseudoscience combining astrology, I Ching, Kabbalah and the Chakras. Human Design was originated by Alan Robert Krakower who published a book called The Human Design System under the pseudonym Ra Uru Hu in 1992. Krakower claimed that he developed the Human Design system following a mystical experience in 1987. Human Design purports to be a self-help method which does not have any religious component.It has been called “the new astrology

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