The Reflector child is the barometer for the whole family.
If the Reflector child is crying, someone in the family is sad or emotionally down. If the Reflector child is laughing and skipping along, those around him or her are feeling good. The Reflector child reflects everything that is in the environment around them. In school, they want to sit in the middle of the circle. It is their natural place. NEVER rush a Reflector child to decide anything. They need a lot of time, a whole month, before they can know if something is right for them or not. Parents need to learn patience to be able to allow this child the time he or she needs to reflect on things. ~ Ra Uru Hu
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“There is no one else like you, and only you can live out the magic and power of your unique gifts and contributions. I would love to help you validate the truth of who you are, and how you’re designed to interact profoundly and compassionately with others, as well as provide you with practical tools specific to your design that will create a greater experience of ease and grace, and alignment in your life.” ~ Ruth Brennan
Ruth Brennan is an IHDS Certified Professional Analyst, Certified BG5 Career & Business Consultant and Certified Professional Teacher of the Foundational Knowledge of Human Design who lives in Vancouver, Washington.