Deciding to homeschool using human design

Occasionally I am asked if I used HD when deciding to homeschool.

Interesting, I enrolled my son into a homeschool charter program following my intuition; knowing the type of education environment he needed to succeed.

I found out about human design almost 2 years into homeschooling.

Of course once I found out about human design I did look at his chart and look to see what if anything supported our family’s decision.

Overall, I found that he needed a relaxed learning style and energetically protected environment.

In the human design system the four arrows are called variables.

This aspect of HD relates to our digestion, environment, perspective and awareness. Each of the arrows individually can give insight into making decisions about different areas of life.

The orientation of the arrows are significantly important.

People with left facing arrows often have a more structured streamlined routine. Therefore having tasks and set rules to follow are important.

Right facing arrows are described as being more receptive. These people thrive by going with the ebbs and flow of life.

My son has all 4 of his arrows facing right and this means that he is here to live a passive more receptive lifestyle.

The information he learns is absorbed through a variety a ways which include online courses, board games, video games, hands-on projects & so much more.

Being homeschooled allows my son to wake up at when his body is naturally ready. He does not have a rigid routine before school like finding an outfit, rushing to have breakfast, catching a bus, etc.

Most days he’s up by 9 or 10 AM.

As a homeschool student he also has the ability (pre-COVID) to go on as many field trips as he wanted and he has the time to create as many projects as his little manifestor heart desires.

Book a session with me to see what learning style and environment fits your child.

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