Manifestor children might be the most difficult for parents.
They are not naturally controllable because they know that they can ‘just do it’ themselves without help from anyone. Manifestor children need to be taught to ask permission. The parents need to not unreasonably deny the child’s requests so that trust builds between the parent and the child. Otherwise, the child will stop asking permission and just do what they want to anyway. These children need to be treated politely so that they learn to treat others politely in return. Help your Manifestor child to understand that his or her actions have a strong impact on others. The child can then learn to inform those who will be impacted by his or her actions which, in turn, keeps relationships running more smoothly. ~ Ra Uru Hu
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