9 Things Sixes Can Do to Help Themselves Grow
- Accept that some uncertainty and insecurity are a natural part of life. Notice how your doubts
and mistrust can stress you and ruin relationships. Practice trusting and having faith in
yourself, others and the universe.
- Learn to be and act as your own authority rather than looking to others.
- Take up exercise (if you are not already doing it regularly) to help bring your awareness into
your body and out of your head.
- Ask yourself, “Am I imagining this? Is it a genuine intuition or a projection?” Check out your
fears and concerns with trusted friends to get a reality check.
- Notice how often you stay busy as a way to reduce awareness of anxiety.
- When you feel apprehensive, anxious, or fearful (phobic) – or tense, hyper, or challenging
(counterphobic) – center and ground yourself by breathing deeply. Then, move ahead with
positive action in spite of the presence of fear.
- Use your imagination to create pleasant options rather than letting worst case scenarios
dominate your thinking.
- Project threatening scenarios to the ludicrous limit so you can defuse your anxiety and laugh
- Notice how you tend to doubt your own capacities and decisions. Take time to remember past
successes and accomplishments and develop more belief in yourself.