How well do you know yourself?

Do you understand who you are? Are you aware of what makes you unique and where your limitations are?

Do you know how to make the “correct” decisions? Have you ever asked yourself, “Who am I?”

If you have asked yourself any of these questions, then you might just be someone who needs to orient your way through life. Human Design can help you with this.

What is Human Design

Human Design is a unique system used for accurate diagnostics and a comprehensive description of each person's individual settings (characteristics).

This system uses a sophisticated and logical set of information from which a visual map is created, in other words a bodygraph.

It is not just a universal template, but a unique and unrepeatable "imprint" of a particular person and their innate characteristics.

There are as many variations of the Human Design map as there are people on the planet.

We are all unique

There are no two people in the world who would have the same fingerprint, just as there are no two people who are exactly the same. When we are born, we are endowed with individual qualities and abilities that capture us and determine our potential.

Thanks to this, each person creates a unique relationship to themselves and their environment. There are similarities between people, but any personal experience is non-transferable, precisely because we are all unique. That's why it’s useful to know what makes us different from each other in order to accept ourselves as we are.

    How does it work

  • At the beginning you need to know the date, place and exact time of your birth
  • Special software will create your Human Design map (also called Bodygraph)
  • The map describes the basic mechanics of a person and their innate characteristics
  • For a deeper understanding and better orientation in your personal map, a reading by an experienced analyst will help you

    Who is the system intended for

  • for anyone regardless of age, gender, occupation, race
  • for anyone who wants to develop with awareness
  • for anyone who wants to improve their life
  • for anyone who does not want to repeat the same mistakes
  • for anyone who wants to make correct decisions for themselves
  • for parents who want to better understand their children

What you can get


  • what are your innate characteristics, that make you unique
  • where are your limitations
  • how you work in interpersonal relationships, what you put into them and what you expect


  • how to tune into your nature and start acting according to it
  • why some aspects of your life work and others don't
  • how to establish conscious and respectful relationships


  • accept yourself as you are
  • trust in yourself and your abilities
  • recognize dysfunctional patterns of behavior
  • navigate ife as yourself
  • make the correct and natural decisions for you

Science and experience

The Human Design system is based on a combination of state-of-the-art science in genetics and quantum physics and centuries of proven experience in traditional systems such as astrology, i’ching, Kabbalah or the Hindu chakra system. At the moment of birth, each person obtains a very specific imprint of information according to the current position of the planets.

This information is transmitted through elementary particles, so-called neutrinos, which have a very low mass and, by their nature, are not subject to decay. And it is this information imprint that Human Design can display and, through a map, help a person understand their nature, potential, decision-making and interaction with the environment.


The founder of the Human Design system is Alan Robert Krakower, who was born in 1948 in Montreal, Canada. Alan found refuge on the island of Ibiza, where he began to develop this system in 1987, which he published in 1992 under the pseudonym Ra Uru Hu.

Until his death in 2011, he worked intensively on its development and taught it around the world. In his work, Ra has always emphasized that Human Design should serve for self-knowledge and encouraged everyone to try its practical use in everyday life on their own.