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Profile Line IntroductionWhile creating the films on Profile (the costume we wear) Richard Beaumont felt that an introduction to the Lines within each Profile would be necessary. Here Richard explains hexagram structure and the qualities of each Line utilizing original artwork to clarify visually the points he makes.
Introduction to DefinitionRichard Beaumont provides a description of what Definition means in your chart. He briefly explores the 5 different Definitions and with the use of moving graphics and animation.
Mr JonesRichard relates the absurd but true story of Mr Jones, a man who so trusted his car's sat nav that he followed it down to the edge of a cliff. Richard ponders on the consequences for Mr Jones on his decision to trust his sat nav over basic commonsense and uses the story as an example of using the mind as an Inner Authority for the Not-self life.
Coco ChanelRichard looks at the chart of the famous designer, now known more for her perfume. It's an unusual design and she lived an unusual life.
Master ThiefRichard tells a story of a master thief who trains his son to follow in his footsteps. It's like someone working with their Human Design process, finding a way to steal their life back from the conditioned world of the Not-self.
Kindred Spirit 1
Richard Rudd new to Human Design but full of enthusiasm for it, met up with Richard Beaumont and they discussed the layout and content for this two-part article which helped launch Human Design into the UK. Read article
Kindred Spirit 2
Richard Beaumont, as the Director of the National organisation for Human Design, gave the system a huge boost with this article, reviewing the Centres and main tenets while introducing the Lines. This article was accompanied by a CD-Rom with films, audios and chart software to enable the readers to get involved themselves. Read article
Kindred Spirit 3
Gabi Willoughby, one of the second generation of UK Human Design analysts, a young mother at the time asked Richard Beaumont if they could colloborate on an article about children and Human Design. Richard happily agreed, depsite already having published three previous articles on the subject and this article was the result. Read article