2022 Quantum Human Design Evolution Guide: Using Solar Transits to Design Your Year (Paperback)

2022 Quantum Human Design Evolution Guide: Using Solar Transits to Design Your Year By Karen Curry Parker Cover Image
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Prepare to transform your life in 2022

Every year Human Design delivers a 365-day creative cycle that assists with releasing what no longer serves you and allows for a conscious increase of creative energy as you grow and evolve. This weekly guide is designed to give you a way to harness the Celestial energy supporting you in creating what you want in your life in 2022. Using weekly affirmations, writing assignments, and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) setup phrases, gain knowledge on:

  • How the weekly Celestial weather influences your life
  • How to explore the theme of each of the 64 Human Design Gates as they activate each week
  • How to work deliberately with the core human archetypes held in the energy code of each Gate
  • Understanding the message and lesson of the moon phases and eclipse events throughout the year
  • Using creative processes to integrate the new awareness gained from each week's processes

It takes awareness and deliberate action to live the highest potential of your unique Human Design. Re-connect with the True Story of Who You Are and explore the power and possibility of your very special life each week in The 2022 Human Design Evolution Guide.It takes awareness and deliberate action to live the highest potential of your unique Human Design. Re-connect with the True Story of Who You Are and explore the power and possibility of your very special life each week in The 2022 Human Design Evolution Guide.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781955272070
ISBN-10: 1955272077
Publisher: Human Design Press
Publication Date: January 20th, 2022
Pages: 202
Language: English

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