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The Eye of the Needle

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March 04th 2015:Human Design

In this episode my guest is Randy Richmond. He is an expert in the field of Human Design. If you are new to the subject, Randy is a perfect person to listen to. He has a gift in describing just what Human Design is and he uses humor to do it. We will be discussing what Human Design can tell us; the difference between Human Design and Astrology; how it is related to codons and amino acids in our DNA. We will hear how we are conditioned by other people and how we can avoid this. This episode promises to be engaging, humorous and highly informative. Tune in on Wednesday, the 4th of March o

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Randy Richmond

J. R. ("Randy") Richmond Randy is the Chairman of the Human Design Standards Board (from 2000), and is the Registrar of the International Human Design School in charge of certification of new Human Design analysts. Randy was educated privately in the Human Design System by Ra Uru Hu in 1999 and has continued his education in all the classes taught by Ra since that time. Randy has worked in the field of alcoholism and drug addiction for 35 years. He uses the Human Design System to tailor recovery strategies with the unique definition of the individual chart. (see Recovery by Design) He is the author of Side by Side, a synthesis of the 12 Step Programs and a Course in Miracles. He is an E
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