The MASTERMIND: A Mid-Course Reflection

I wasn’t planning to sign up for The Mastermind.

Some in the Human Design space might tell me I wasn’t following my strategy and authority by signing up for The Mastermind.

GASP! You’re a Reflector and you didn’t wait 28 days to make a big, life altering decision like entering an intensive, 3 month group coaching class?

Hell no….and I’ll tell you why.

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I’ve been in the Human Design space consistently for nearly two years now. I found out about it initially in late 2019, early 2020 from a friend. While initially intrigued, it seemed complicated. As a grad student who was tight on funds, I didn’t like that I had to pay a bunch of money for the materials when I could easily access tons of free materials online from other self-help modalities (e.g. Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram). I was also turned off by the origin story (A man who called himself Ra Uru Hu tripping on LSD while channeling the Human Design System into the world didn’t sound promising to my logically trained mind). Thus, while it certainly peaked my interest, I quietly put it away without any intention of returning to it.

Well, life happened. Grad school happened. The pandemic happened. Living with people who ultimately ended up not being the best for me in the midst of lockdown happened. And in early 2021, I found myself curiously crawling back to this strange system that other people swore gave them the answers and direction they needed.

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