How To Choose Happiness and Freedom Show

"Allowing." With Human Design Strategist Karen Flaherty.

July 22, 2021 Lauren G. Foster Season 3 Episode 93
How To Choose Happiness and Freedom Show
"Allowing." With Human Design Strategist Karen Flaherty.
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How To Choose Happiness and Freedom Show
"Allowing." With Human Design Strategist Karen Flaherty.
Jul 22, 2021 Season 3 Episode 93
Lauren G. Foster

Karen is an amazing teacher and this fun episode is all about letting things be and allowing them to unfold with grace into something else. Allowing the beauty and fun!

Brush up on Human Design and all the coolness around this unique personality assessment on Karen's Last Visit. Awesome! 

Today, Karen and I chatted about real-world opportunities to just allow. Not judging, just letting things be and allowing them to unfold into something new and lovely. Never resisting, just being in the flow and looking for the joy! Awesome and fun episode! 

Get your FREE Human Design Chart here and start Being Who You Really Are! 

 

Show Notes Transcript

Karen is an amazing teacher and this fun episode is all about letting things be and allowing them to unfold with grace into something else. Allowing the beauty and fun!

Brush up on Human Design and all the coolness around this unique personality assessment on Karen's Last Visit. Awesome! 

Today, Karen and I chatted about real-world opportunities to just allow. Not judging, just letting things be and allowing them to unfold into something new and lovely. Never resisting, just being in the flow and looking for the joy! Awesome and fun episode! 

Get your FREE Human Design Chart here and start Being Who You Really Are! 

 

Karen Flaherty:

Hello, and welcome to today's episode of the How to Choose happiness and freedom Show. I'm your host Lauren foster happiness teacher, founder of be happy first and author of happy of happy and free on purpose, daily practices to live and love your life. Now we're doing something very special for the next about three weeks Today is July 15 2021. And all the way through my birthday on August 4. Anybody who gets on our email list, who signs up for our newsletter will be entered in a drawing to win a free autographed copy of the book and a 30 minute free coaching call with me, which will be great fun and of great, great value. So just go to be happy first.org forward slash newsletter, or just to learn g foster comm and click on join the tribe. And that will get you on the list and in the drawing for that. And as always, wherever you're watching or listening, if you look below, I will give you links to everything that we talked about today. So today it is my great, great honor to have my friend, my teacher, my coach, my peer, my darling love her Karen Flaherty on the show today. Hi, Karen. Hi, Maureen. It's good to see you. Oh, yeah, it is. Yeah, bestselling author. So if you want to go back and get a refresher on human design, and all the things that Karen and I talked about before, her episode was called being who you really are. And it was published in October in October of 2020, on October 8, and Karen also is the author of getting to know you. Embrace your unique blueprint to make decisions you've love and trust. And I have recommended and shared and gifted this book all over the place. And everyone falls in love with it. It's so it offers so much clarity. So I'm really, yeah, I'm happy to get a chance to be in the book at the in the resources section. We're setting that's happened. So that was a big deal for me. Yes, that's absolutely right. She is referenced in the happy and for our purpose, but because it's such an amazing way to just get insight into who you really are and who you're meant to be and what your path is. So I love it very, very much. Alright, so we're, we have a specific kind of thing about what's going on in the world that we're going to talk about that for the moment, but give us a quick refresher course on what human design is and how it works. Okay, sure. So. So, again, I'm just so happy to be here. And so happy that we're now both published authors, right and kind of basking in this glow of being seen Finally, right? Especially you as a projector, and me as a generator. Neither of us really have voices according to Human Design, right. But here we have our books. And so this is a lovely way to express ourselves as the people we are as we can express who we are. And so what I love, what I've always loved about human design, I found it about, gosh, it's 12 years ago now. And like 2009, that was a big tumultuous year for me. And I found Human Design is like a finely answered a lot of the questions that I was asking myself, that my therapist was asking me for years and years, right, that family and friends were like, what's wrong with you? What's going on? Can't you, you know, either either settle down, or stay in one job or do this or do that. And, you know, I realized I was being conditioned by everybody around me, right? Not living who I wanted to be. And so with human design, I finally figured out who I wanted to be when I grew up. And for the last 10 years, I've been doing that, with the business with the book now with helping people learn about their own human design. And just really briefly, it's a personality assessment tool that allows you to see who you are at a much deeper level than a lot of the other personality assessment tools that are out there. Because human design is based on birth information, as opposed to being based on the questions that we answer, right, like the Myers Briggs or enneagram, or any of the others that are out there. And so it really gets to a deep level. And I have now run 1000s and 1000s of charts for people right at different holistic there's and on my website, and you can always get a free chart, by the way on my website at living by human design COMM And the what I find is that unless they don't know their birth time Exactly, and I do have a way of finding that we always get a really clear picture of who people are. They they just, they just glom on to it and love it and say I'm feel seen. That's the biggest thing. You'll see that they forgot about. Right, that they forgot about when they were 12 or 10 or 20 that they really wanted to do. And, and that's really their purpose. And that's why they're here. So we find out not only who you are, but what your life's purpose is, what your path is kind of the story of your life, and a way to make decisions going forward, so that you can really feel good about every day forward. Right?

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

Alright, so so human design incorporates all that read through the list of all the different modalities that are included in there because I think that will show interesting

Karen Flaherty:

it is so it's the old and the new. So it's the ancient really, and the new mix, the eaching the Cabal they so the Chinese eaching, the the Jewish Kabbalah, the Hindu chakra system, and eastern and western astrology is on the ancient side. And then on the new side, we've got quantum physics biogenetics, and modern math. And so together, you really get a great picture of who you are, who you're being what your body is supposed to be about how you're supposed to work in the world, live in the world, even birth in the world. You know, some people are here at birth, lots of kids, some people are not, that's okay. Right? Like, look, we look at me and you, right, we happen to work with lovely clients, and everybody's got kids and we work with families and things like that, but we ourselves don't have children. And that's okay, as a projector. You're not supposed to necessarily. And as a generator, I can choose to or not right now wanted to have children, but we didn't expect it any way. You know, some people have children, some don't. But it's okay. It's okay. When you see the chart, you kind of figure it out, right? And the, and it's so absolutely perfectly, completely unique to you is what I love is that that's what I like,

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

yeah. And we're all going to be

Karen Flaherty:

having knee surgery in the next few weeks. And I'm getting this robotic surgery done that's completely customized. The knee replacement is completely customized to me. Well, that fits perfectly with me, because I love my customized vitamins. I like customized Human Design. I like everything customized. I mean, skincare, that doesn't work for half the world, right? Hidden, right? just doesn't make sense to me why you wouldn't want stuff customized, right? And that's what human design is. It's a custom, it's a custom made description of who

Unknown:

you are.

Karen Flaherty:

Yeah, getting rid of everything cookie cutter, and everything, get everything special, it doesn't usually work, right. And so I get to I do sessions that are actually about two hours long. And it's kind of long, you know, to talk except that people love talking about themselves. And I love telling them about their chart. And so it's you know, consider it like a two hour hug, right of just telling you exactly who you are and exactly who you're meant to be, and, and helping you get back on a path to that pragmatically. So that it so that it happens sooner than later. That is the absolute truth. I've had my sessions with Karen and been in her classes. And it really is just like having somebody so totally supporting you and having your back and telling you how wonderful you are. It's amazing. That's what I'm here for. Yay. All right. So tell me what it was that you said in your email about what's going on in the world right now. And when we first got on the cause I think I'm manifesting this I remember it being about being stuck in going crazy. Well, so there's a lot going on energetically in the world, I would say. And I actually, you know, kind of did an experiment with that over the past month, right? Because we, I was getting ready for our trip, we decided to go up north for two weeks. And we drove so that was an experiment in itself an adventure. And we, you know, we set the our intentions of how we wanted it to be we knew exactly what we wanted to do Lauren ahead of time, and I've learned to do that with my husband. And and for me too, right? To know, you know, to kind of pre plan right? Some people call it pre paving, right? what you want to happen, I'm just like so. So we're gonna go see, you know, our cousins here in DC. And then we're gonna go, we're gonna go visit the relatives and friends, some old neighbors of ours that we wanted to see who have an autistic son, some a cousin of my husband's whose husband had just passed, you know, so we were, it was a combination of different things. But we we just wanted to be with people, right, we wanted to see them. We hadn't seen them in a year and a half, at least right some two years or longer. And so it was just a wonderful way to reconnect. But as we were setting that up, the rest of the world was kind of in a state of flux going through the Fourth of July and the basically opening up right and coming out of COVID and finally being in this one editorial over the weekend called it collective collective exuberance, which I thought was great, right? So Is all of a sudden this collective way of just being out and about and being in the world, except, guess what? A lot of us aren't used to that, right? for a lot of us, it's new, we've been sequestered. A year and a half, you know, some of us have poked out once in a while, you know, we're going to dinner here and there, but for a lot of us, it's new. And it's a little awkward in a way. Right. And so, we just kind of made fun of it, you know, as we're going along, it's like, well, this is weird. We haven't been with people, and we still don't know how to have a conversation, right? Yeah. Fortunately, I've had you and my clients and other zoom calls to be able to keep keep in practice, hopefully, but I'm good to see people in person was just so nice, right? I'm so sorry. The, to be able to see people and hug them and, and, you know, and be with them, and really have conversations with them and sit down and talk. And, you know, and making sure that we saw the people who were, you know, perhaps having issues or suffering or had lost a loved one, or a good friend, or, you know, people like that, we wanted to make sure that we made time for them and really sit down and talk to them in their own abode, you know, so without going out to a restaurant and you know, being shuffled about right, so, so we really did that. And we made time for that. And it just felt so good. And we also got to New York City, which was really a lot of fun. And we got to see the tourists and the everything. So so as I said to a friend of mine this morning, we while all this chaos, in a way was going on in the world, with everybody kind of you know, pouring out of their homes and having fireworks right, and hotdogs and hamburgers. And that goes with that. We got to make our own path, right? We were tourists and there were accidents on the road, and there was traffic. And there was, you know, one instance of somebody who was taking care of somebody with COVID. And there were, you know, deaths in the family and all that stuff. But we were able and there was whether we had a right I don't know if you had it down there. But in the eastern seaboard, it went from literally we're in DC and New Jersey, it was 100 degrees and a bit over. And we have too hot to eat outside to. Also in New Jersey A few days later, it was too cold to eat outside. Which was fine either way, but it was like 100 degrees down to 50 degrees. Right? was over range. You know, and so we kind of planned it out in the world. Everything worked fine. The car worked fine. It was so cute. At one point. So if you didn't think it was so cute, but right after we arrived in New Jersey after this 1000 mile trip, right? The next morning, Wednesday morning, the cup, we turn on the car and it says needs coolant, right? Well, we only driven through four days of 100 degree weather. It's why when you call it it's almost like, please, may I have a cup of water, sir? A little bottle of water and, you know, put it in the car and it hadn't been started. So it took it fine. And turn it on again. And there it goes. And you know, and then we were fine. So everything, you know, worked out really well. For us. We had some rain in New York, but you know, we basically floated through.

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

Yeah,

Karen Flaherty:

big stuff, right? We kind of floated through. And but do you? Or do you feel like the reason you're able to do that is because that's what you intended. You intended for this to be wonderful and beautiful and lovely. Yeah, so and it works for everything it works. It works for your your work at home, your you know, your work at work, your anything that you do, period, we have to remember to be that conscious, right. And so that's what I wanted to kind of talk about today. It's about consciousness, and what I call unity, you know, the number people call unity consciousness, versus the separation and duality that other people are feeling, right. And so the separation and duality is where people are seeing the us versus them and the, you know, this versus that and political versus not, and all those things versus Oh, okay, let's just all be one, let's just all embody the Oneness that's really here for all of us. Right? That that can be in our bodies. And, and I think it's important now to see to pay attention to what's going on with your body, right? Because I think we've been living into kind of a default mode for a while now because of COVID. Making sure that maybe we don't have a fever or we're not coughing or sneezing. But other than that, maybe gaining a few pounds or not exercising as much as we need to and say No, that's okay. You know, I've got another week or a month, right. Now that we want to be out here, you know, it's like, oh, some things don't fit. So I bought some new clothes. And, you know, let's do it. You pounds. But but it's it's it's a balancing act, right? But it's listening to your body and making sure that what's going on is really what you want to be having going on, so that you can receive the blessing. So you can allow so you can feel good as they're coming to you. Right. So that it all feels good as it comes. Yeah, it

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

said that you notice, you know?

Karen Flaherty:

Yeah, he's right. It's my mindful of the body. Yeah. Well, that you can allow, or you can resist, right? We can allow what is but we can resist what is there, you know, a number of times over the last two weeks, when we were away that I could have resisted, you know, I could have not allowed I hit my toe pretty badly. The toe is okay. But there's, you know, I have knee issues. And so it really hurt my knee. And so it was kind of, you know, it was hurting the next few days, let's say to say that, but I put ice on it. And you know, we got around and we got to the city, and it was fine. And I sat on benches while my husband went to the museum. Well, I gotta tell you, I love people watching, I always have, I still do. And so I'm sitting in the Museum of Modern Art watching people go by, right, gorgeous room, right, with all this beautiful art around. And he's walking around through all the places and he actually got lost, which was kind of funny, he couldn't find me couldn't figure out what room I was actually there for quite well. One of the guards came over and asked me how I was doing. I was like, No, I'm okay, but what room are we in, I have to text my husband and let him know. So you know, so just funny things like that. And, you know, we got to the Museum of Natural History, where we wanted to see a big, there was a big gem in stone exhibit, it was supposed to be really cool. The line was literally around the block, I'd never seen that before. And it was 100 degrees. And so I said to my husband, I don't think I would. So we took the cab, take had a wonderful ride through Central Park, in the cab just kept our cab driver went through the park down Fifth Avenue, it was a glorious, you know, little

Unknown:

more money.

Karen Flaherty:

But then we wound up at a museum of modern art, which was a lot easier to get into. Right now. So things just happened and we just kind of went with the flow. And it's like, it's okay, it'll, you know, we'll we'll find our way to the right place, right, or we'll find where we're supposed to be. And so it's just kind of allowing versus resisting. And it just made the trip a whole lot easier. Yeah. And that I love that then that those are beautiful examples of that, that, Okay, so here's my choice, I can stand in line, and try to force this to happen and be uncomfortable and beyond and be resistant. Or I can go on maybe this is a sign that there's something better and more fun for me to see and do. And there's a lot of things that are happening that we don't we don't ever really necessarily get to know what happened, you know, there could have been a traffic jam can save you from an accident, further down the road. I mean, little things like that, that you just can't know that if you just assume that everything's always working out for your best good. Yeah. Then Then it's much easier to resist, or to allow instead of resist, I was doing an interview yesterday and the subject came up of people that they're, they just rush through whatever it is they're doing, it's lunch with, they're rushing through lunch, they're rushing through this, they're, they always have their mind on what's coming next. And then at the end of the day, they look back and they didn't really experience anything, because they were never really in that moment. So yeah, I mean, we were having breakfast One morning, and it was a little bit later we thought, you know, the rush would be done, but it was still kind of busy. Was the, the the place in the hotel, which was wonderful. It was like an old fashioned deli, you know, a new place. And we were waiting for breakfast. And we were waiting a little while and I don't think I would have realized that there was a big star at the next team. If I'd been rushing through breakfast, right? Right. The big star to me, he's on Grey's Anatomy. And so it was really fun. And I just heard the voice first, like, you know, I don't tend to look around and you know, notice what people are eating kind of thing. But right, you know, he sat down with his family at the next table is a big round table. And all of a sudden, I'm like I was having I'm hearing his voice and I'm like, oh my god.

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

Who was it?

Karen Flaherty:

So it's Dr. Ben Warren. He's the character. If that's his character, he's Jason Jones. It turns out and so it's mirantis husband. It's his husband, Randy says Becca, Bailey's husband, Doug, I haven't watched that show in a really long time. I'll have to go back and look and see. You know, it's like it's really possible and then I look it up on my phone and sure enough anyway, so it was fun. Yeah. And, you know, it's just like those little things in New York that you don't get to see it until Broadway was closed, which, you know, broke my heart. But it was just when we were in the theater district anyways, we got to walk by some of the theaters and see all those and, and you don't need to make this about my trip. But it's just exam little examples of what was allowing versus what was resisting, right. And what I resisted whenever I received during the trip, you know, then I get in a funky mood for a little while, and I was like, What am I doing this is, you know, it's our, it's vacation, it's enjoyment, it's, it's time to have a good time, even, you know, little things, right, like, just hearing, because we're in Florida now, we don't really have the windows open, we can't really have the windows open when it's raining, because of where we are. And the people, you know, some people on Friday night, we're having dinner at their house, and they had the windows open, warm outside, but we could hear the rain coming down through the trees. Lauren was like, Oh, that sounds I love that. And you know, that gentle rain on leaves was just so nice. so wonderful to hear, you know, just a fun set. So it was pretty. And I get to experience that two or three times every week, and I love it, but I've forgotten how it See I need to come to Florida and be closed in for a while. So that when I come back to my open windows in the general brain, I'll appreciate it more. Yeah. You know, I can definitely hear the pitter patter on the on the cement deck, but it's not quite the same. So what what about the, the idea of I can I can see some people who are witnessing the What What did you call it? Something exuberance, the collective of exuberance. And but they don't know how to that let like you said they are uncomfortable, awkward. They don't really know how to join in what what is your ID, I witnessed this being really hard, the whole COVID thing and financial issues and and just a lot of things happening all at once happening to people and it just really laying them low. And I'd really love to hear some energetic words about how to how do you how do you ease yourself out of that kind of funk and rejoin the exuberance out in the world? Well, so you know, some people are okay. I think we're moving into a new normal, right, a different normal, it's not going to be the status quo that we had before. We're not going to go we're not going back. That's gone. I'm glad of that. I am glad of that too. And the funny thing is, is that some people think that that's like a woowoo idea, Lauren, it's not physically, energetically and environmentally, geologically, actually, we are changing, the world is changing. The Poles are shifting, right? The Poles are shifting the energy, the magnetic core of the center of the earth is expanding. There There are things that are happening, geologically, that are not going to change that are changing, and we have no control over them. But they have control over us in a way because they're kind of changing things. So just for example, the magnetic magnetic resonance of the earth. Now, I'm not a geologist. But what I've heard is that the magnet Magnetic Resonance is changing, but some people call the Schumann resonance is changing. And so that Schumann resonance is making the air a little lighter. And so the veil is, so more magnetic radiation is actually coming through, which is okay, it's not going to hurt us. But it's thinning. It's what we say in in Human Design is it's been in the veil, the veil is thinning, right? We're moving into a point where we can be much more conscious of what's going on with other people with nature with you know, so again, getting back to that oneness, right, getting to that oneness, where it really makes a difference what's going on today, for everyone. It's a collective consciousness, yes. But if we're all raising our frequency, right, which is what the earth is, the earth itself is doing that. And it allows us as humans on this little planet, to raise our frequency to. And so as the frequency is raising, right, everybody's frequency is raising, and therefore we can help the world collectively and we can help the world individually as ourselves. And so I think the best thing you can do is be yourself, right? And come into this new normal in a new way. My teacher says Tell the news story, right? Yeah, you can think of it however you like. But either way, it's like don't be distracted by all the buisiness that's out there, right? Don't be distracted by other people's stories. Don't be distracted by all the stuff that's coming out in the news, you know about deception and the fraud? And no, I don't know, because I don't allow that stuff into my house. And here's the thing, I don't want to make that right or wrong, right into their house. Listen to the news, we live with you. But that doesn't mean I have to be affected by it.

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

Right?

Karen Flaherty:

It doesn't mean it has to affect my reality. Right? So that's like, you can do it your way I can do it my way. We all get to do it our own way. But it can you can still create your own story in that.

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

Right, right. Yep. And my story is a little different.

Karen Flaherty:

And now I'm able to I'm writing a new book, and you know, intending to get back out on the road. But I'm also having my knees taken care of right now and in the fall off, right, so that I can do it so that I, my body's happy. Because right now my little knees are not so happy. And so I need to take care of them. Right? Give me that message for a while. And so it's listening to your body, finding your new story, creating your own new normal, right? Because we just get to have our own normal. That's actually that's pretty cool. Cuz I just heard, you know the singer. Pitbull. You've heard of Pitbull, though, okay, he's a Cuban American singer. I happen to hear a minor on a show the other day. But his kind of mantra is, I've got my own normal. And I've got my own happy. And those are my definitions for me. And I love that. Because we, you know, so many times, we're conditioned by the normal and happy definitions that are out there, right? somebody writes a book. I mean, I have a professor of my own that, from when I was in college, he wrote a book called happiness. Right? So it's like, well, everybody needs to be happy like that. Right? Yeah, but that's not I don't think it's true. No, you get your own happy, right. Yeah. Happy isn't that what makes you happy? Right? And free on purpose is exactly that you get to be happy your way and free your way. And normal your way. And then I get to do it for me, right? Yeah, that's exactly it isn't. Your book is not a one size fits all. I mean, it's,

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

it's, it is a one size fits all, but

Karen Flaherty:

is one size fits all in the in the diet diagnosis, right, but not in the prescription. Let's say that exactly. Well, and that, you know, it's your happiness, it's a template, right, you get a different result, right? Well, so you get to decide what is happy for you, you get to decide what is free for you, you get to decide what is normal for you. And what my book does is helps you figure that out for yourself. And then and then helps you embody that and embrace it and feel worthy of it and deserving of it. So whatever it is, you know, there, there are people who really, really, really love jumping out of airplanes and doing scary things. And I don't that doesn't make me wrong in them, right. Or vice versa. It's Yeah, everybody. Everybody gets to have their own jam. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. And we all affect each other. So my theory is that if we're all doing our own happy, then everybody's gonna raise their frequency, right? Everybody's gonna raise their vibration, and everybody's going to help the planet so that we can all be happier. Yeah, that that time frame write, that's exactly how it works. But I love what you said about the the actual magnetic frequency and vibration of the earth raising. That's, that's such a cool, comforting thought to me. I'm like, yeah, I'm raising my vibration and Mother Earth is helping me. Yeah. No. And, you know, I don't know what they're gonna attribute it to in the end. But who cares? Right? Right. Well, it might have been because of COVID because everybody got to slow down. And those cruise ships are not polluting the waters. And so the fish are happy. We've had more we had more whales this year. caffiene having their calves along the ocean, the coast here, then, then we did it for the previous few years. Right. So so that's happening, there's more turtles on the beaches, so having their babies and so did you know that they all come back to the same place where they were born? Now? Come back, you have learned so Isn't that cool? So like 510 15 years ago, 25 years ago, these turtles were birthed right on this beach. And now they're coming back to me, which I thought was so cool.

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

I do I think that I go back to New Jersey to have a baby.

Karen Flaherty:

Oh, that's awesome. You're born. So um, yeah. So I think the the planets on its way to being healthier because frequency is raising So I not so much with the doom Sayers, I think we have a way of getting better. I think the kids these days have ways of getting a better. They're having new, like, kids corpse of that round environmentalism, which is really cool so that they're coming up with all these ideas of new ways of doing things. And in Human Design, we say that anybody who's basically been around since human design was created in 1987. They're living their life's purpose already. So all the kids 32 and younger, are 33 and younger now, are living their life purpose already. Whereas the rest of us had to wait till we were 50 years. So they're living their life's purpose already. So they come in knowing what they want to do, right? These are two year olds here, you know, what they want to do? And so, are we getting better as the adults of the world at letting them be who they are, instead of trying to? We have to let them be who they are?

Lauren Gabrielle Foster:

We do but are Wait,

Karen Flaherty:

that's the point. Well, I mean, there's more and more of us allowing them to be who they are helping them to know who they are, because some of them don't. Right. And some of them need need some help there. I think there's big roles. there's a there's a role for all of us, but it's not we're not in victim consciousness anymore. That's right. And the other changes, right? We've gone from that fear and victim consciousness and the the victim, the, the abuser, the rescuer mentality. We don't need to do that anymore. I need to move into the trust, and love and expansion that comes with healing, and teaching and guiding other people. Yeah. And but, you know, not like an evangelical, kind of, in a oneness and non duality kind of way, right? Yeah. Allowing just now. And not not a duality, because there's nothing wrong with them. They just, they just need support. Right? So it's assaultive. That's, that's, you know, that's based in love. Not, not like there's something wrong with them. Right. Awesome. I love it very much. Yay. All right. So um, anything, or the website is living by human design calm. And I really encourage you that the chart is free. And it's so much fun. It's so cool. And it's so enlightening to, to learn how you're hardwired. And, and you know what one of my friends that I shared this with early on after I first met you, she she, her husband is a geologist hydrogeologist. And they're there. But they both have a very scientific way of you know, they're they're scientists, both of them. And they were talking about how the celestial beings that are out in the, in the in the universe are in a unique position at the time of your birth. And that they're sending actual What are they called near? neutrinos? neutrinos? Yeah, the physical particles that come in and affect and change the physical being as you're coming into the earth. It's they do that's the quantum physics part of it. Yeah. So very cool. And, and I love I have always had a very practical bent and always had a big skeptic in my brain. And so so I love it when these things that I know are true. In my heart, and in my spirit. Yeah. Science backs them up. That just makes me even happier. Yeah. And so you make you get to make the new story that's based on this new quantum physics. It's not cause and effect. It's not based on the timeline. And it's not based on the little brain that we have in here. Right, you get to create and and allow it and it'll welcome. Yeah. Love it. Awesome. Awesome. All right. So do we know the title of your new book yet? Or is that when I don't have a new title yet, but it's gonna be all about relationships, and about relationships. Okay, awesome. Well, we will look forward to hearing about that, in the meantime, getting to know you embrace your unique blueprint to make Audible, so it's paperback Kindle or audible. And, and there's a YouTube channel also with loads of videos, if anybody wants to take a look there. And by human design, yeah, you can get your chart and then you can go and look at videos that are specifically about your your chart. So it's very cool. Thank you so much for being here with me, Karen. I always love having you on the show. It was so great to see you, though. All right. All right. So guys, I'm going to be back next week with another great guest. I believe it to be. You know, I never can remember who I interviewed yesterday, but it's sure to be just as great as today's episode. And remember to go to Lauren D foster comm and get on the newsletter list on our mailing list and get entered in the contest to win a free copy. You have the book and a 30 minute free coaching session which is a $250 value. So it's a good prize for just your email address. And I'm going to see you next week. In the meantime, remember that happiness is a choice. You can always choose to be happy first. I'll see you soon.