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“The More We Can Witness Stories Of People Making Changes To Live More Within Their Design, The More Empowered And Expanded Our Community Will Feel.” With Amanda Green

Amanda Green, an intuitive Human Design chart reader.

I had the pleasure of interviewing Amanda Green, an intuitive Human Design chart reader based in Nevada. Human Design is a method of self-discovery that combines Astrology, I’Ching, the Chakra System and Kabbalah. She is such a positive force of energy and has a lot to share about this modality. Her work can be found at Intuitive Galaxyand she is also one of the featured facilitators on the wellness platform, Holisticism.


Thank you so much for joining us! Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path as a healer?

Since I was really young, I’ve had an interest in anything magical and unusual. I started down a traditional career path that never felt quite right, but always indulged my inner mystic in my free time. Astrology has always been a big interest of mine and Human Design was a natural fit once it landed on my radar. I decided to live more authentically and embrace this side of myself after surviving a mass shooting and realizing that we don’t have all the time in the world, and I was no longer going to spend mine staying small and blending in.

How have your personal challenges informed your career path?

I had a long road of navigating through some pretty heavy conditioning around career. Feeling like I needed to have a logic based 9–5 job at a company that I can retire at was what I thought was correct for me, but it turns out that the exact opposite is true according to my design. The more you try to force things that aren’t meant to be, the more frustration and obstacles you will encounter.

Can you share five pieces of advice to other healers to help their clients to thrive?

  1. Don’t hesitate to suggest additional resources / facilitators for support. It’s not possible for you to be everything to everyone. Don’t be afraid to recommend additional modalities to support your client while they navigate their most pressing concerns.
  2. Screen your potential clients. Get clear on the expectations and what you can provide so that both parties can get the most out of the experience.
  3. Give yourself enough time to prepare before an appointment. Depending on your modality, same day bookings can put a ton of stress on the pre-appointment prep work. Know how much notice you need, and block out your schedule accordingly so that you can always only deliver your best.
  4. Know your limits. If you get exhausted after 1 appointment, only take 1 per day.
  5. Offer ongoing support. Let your clients know that you’re still there for them if they have any comments or questions after your time together.

Social media and reality TV create a venue for people to share their personal stories. Do you think more transparency about your personal story can help or harm your field of work? Can you explain?

Human Design is all about living your design, which is to live authentically. The more we can witness stories of people making changes to live more within their design, the more empowered and expanded our community will feel. And of course the other side to that is finding the right balance to maintain a certain level of privacy and safety when you’re putting yourself out on a public platform.

A good way to use social media and TV is to expose yourself to content that will help change your limiting beliefs around what you’re trying to achieve, so it can help you grow.

Can you please give us your favorite “Life Lesson Quote”? Do you have a story about how that was relevant to your life?

“What if I fall?” “Oh but my darling, what if you fly?” Erin Hanson.

I love this quote, I have it hanging up in my house. I came across this quote several years ago, it’s a great reminder that you should be more afraid of not giving yourself a chance to succeed than trying something that doesn’t end up working out.

You are a person of great influence. If you could inspire a movement that would bring the most amount of good to the most amount of people, what would that be? You never know what your idea can trigger. 🙂

I’d love for Human Design to become more mainstream and widely accessible. In addition to knowing how you’re meant to operate, you’ll also have a next level understanding of how different each person really is. Knowing this will help people to stop taking the words and actions of others personally, and will help people be more empathic communicators. This world will never be conflict free, but there are a lot of frustrations in our individual lives that could easily be avoided.

How can our readers follow you on social media?

Instagram: @intuitivegalaxy

Website: intuitivegalaxy.com

This was very inspiring. Thank you so much for joining us!

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