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Deborah Bergman
2010: Portland, Oregon - USA
Welcome to the StreamingD blog environment. I am an author, teacher, and artist who, after a series of unexpected breakthroughs in different areas, found the only organizing structure that accurately described me in the Human Design System.
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Many of my students and clients are looking for a DreamRave overview that can ease them into DreamRave study or provide some foundation for a DreamRave Clinic or Individual Analysis. Courtesy of the IHDS (International Human Design School) where I teach DreamRave and also offer experiential DreamRave Clinics (the next one begins this October) , here is a Downloadable DreamRave Overview I did in Summer of 2009 as a guest speaker for the Professional Development Program. (Directions: once you download, to launch the full presentation, click on the index file which will launch your web browser and the online classroom.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2010 at Client Central
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Since I work with students and clients in time zones from St. Petersburg to Kauai, those days do exist when I work with three or five time zones and several continents. Being at the right virtual place at the right virtual time is basic to what I do. I've learned keep www.timeanddate.com on the button bar of my browser for quick reference at all times and I like to recommend it to students and clients, too. c Deborah Bergman 2010 And no, that's not a really weird pink bar bell. It's is a two-minute egg timer I picked up at... Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2010 at Client Central
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Below, a download link to a free lecture I gave last May at the virtual International Human Design School. I continue to get requests for it from time to time. If you're interested in the 2nd Gate of the Bodygraph, The Receptive, you might want to take a listen. Download Yin Yin IHDS Deborah Bergman May 2 2010 By the way, this lecture was also posted on Facebook, and if you aren't on my list there, please feel free to send me a friend request there. It was also on the Jovian Archive Newsletter, which you can subscribe at www.jovianarchive.com Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2010 at Client Central
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How Long Will My Appointment Last? Most sessions last between 50 - 75 minutes (more isn't necessarily better). Whether your session is live or over the phone, you will receive an MP3 recording after we meet. When Will My Recording Arrive? Whenever possible, I send the recording to you almost immediately. All recordings are sent by e-mail. However, delivery could be as long as overnight (in my time zone) or 48 hours depending on my schedule and the time of day that we meet. Can I Ask Questions? Of course. Part of what I naturally do is absorb and respond... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2010 at Client Central
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This blog is dedicated to the needs of Deborah Bergman's Human Design clients and students. It's not listed on Google. It's not linked to social media (yet). You have to know about it or hear about or find it in a Human Design Educational Organization to get it. Why? Easy. As well as being a Human Design Analyst and Educator, I am also an author and wide-spectrum artist. Therefore, it is important to me that my clients and students have a spot that is just for them. Here is how it works. I offer live phone or virtual Design sessions... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2010 at Client Central
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Here is how I do Dream Rave Analysis. Not everyone does all three stages, but its important to me that all my clients and potential clients know that Dream Rave work is an ongoing process with various benefits, services and potentials. You can just have an initial Stage one analysis or you start there and keep going in the rhythm that's best for you and in the timing that's correct for you. Stage1 Dream Rave Analysis is primarily Weak Point Analysis, The weak point is the very deep conditioning point in your Dream Rave that impacts your waking life without... Continue reading
Posted Jun 26, 2010 at Client Central
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Mar 15, 2010
This specialty analysis introduces you to your DreamRave, a separate 5-centered, 15-gated design that you transition into every time you go to sleep and every time you wake up and return to your 9-centered waking rave. Among other things, the DreamRave introduces you to the most deep unconscious conditioning point in your chart, called Weak Point. This is determined by looking at your DreamRave and Waking Rave in Composite. DreamRave also identifies the conditioning forces that genetically configure your dream life -- whether you remember dreams or not. In this first session we consider the implications of your DreamRave Type... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2010 at Client Central
Did you know that everyone has a unique Mystical Path? Just because you love to meditate doesn't mean that it's correct for your partner or your best friend or your child. And if your teacher or mentor suggests a shamanic path full of courageous visions quests and conquering fears that could be perfect for you--or then again, it could be completely homogenizing. Why continue to homogenize your spiritual path while you're differentiating everything else? The Mystical Way is a path that belongs to nine centered humans only. It only has a precious few years left to flower. Every design contains... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2010 at Client Central
Would you like to venture out of your winter cave and meet other fascinating beings in Portland who are exploring Human Design? Would you like to enjoy so me good food, bright color, and, hopefully, a few laughs and some sparkling conversation? Private sessions are great --- but getting together is a whole different story! You are cordially invited to attend the first Human Design Live Aura Salon at my place at the edge of downtown Portland Sunday, January 17 at 4 p.m. I will make a presentation and answer questions generally, if there are any, and then we can... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2010 at Client Central
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Oct 4, 2009