This article is part of the SolePath Parenting series. Charismatic ‘Sun’ Child | Compassionate ‘Moon’ Child | Inspirational ‘Cosmic’ Child Intellectual ‘Star’ Child | Intuitive ‘Earth’ Child | Spiritual ‘Celestial’ Child
Children with an Inspirational SolePath are our Cosmic Children, and they are powerful and free. Cosmic means the orderly system of the universe, and Cosmic Children focus on making things happen in an organized and efficient way.
The superpower of the Cosmic Child is Turbo Charge. This means that they are an inspirational person who has strength, creates order and connections and values freedom.
This Turbo Power superpower is how your child interacts with the world.
Who is the Manager?
They also have a path connected to this superpower, which describes your child’s special and unique gifts and greatness. The paths with Turbo Power superpower are Conformist, Humanitarian, Manager and Teacher.
Special gifts and greatness of the Manager Cosmic Child: achieve, organize, plan.
Your Manager Cosmic Child will grow into an adult who gets things done and makes things happen. As a child, they will be very fulfilled by knowing what is required of them and then being given the independence and autonomy to take steps to achieve that.
Deep inside, your Manager Cosmic Child knows that they are good at what they do. Help them develop confidence and pride in their abilities. Give your child tasks to take care of and praise them for these accomplishments.
Your child’s ability to get things done is an incredible life skill. Support them as they develop their confidence, even when they may be a bit strong-willed and dictatorial!
They have a tendency towards perfectionism. Keep an eye out for this and encourage them to move forward. They will be grateful to you for helping them complete the task.
Your Manager Cosmic Child is at their best when they are organizing and supervising. They easily line things up, get everyone going in the same direction and make things happen.
Mostly, your child can get others to do what they want in a way that makes others feel good, but you can see how they could easily become bossy. This may make them unlikeable and difficult to be around.
Your Manager Cosmic Child needs an organized life, with predictability and an organized space which helps them feel safe. For example, games and puzzles that require sorting will help them develop their life skills.
Your Manager Cosmic Child may spend a lot of time coming up with a plan. Your child just loves to set up the steps to get to a goal.
Planning tools, visual aids, journals, calendars, step-by-step instructions and recipes teach them to see and understand the outcome of having a plan.
Sometimes they can be inflexible. Having spent the time creating the plan, they expect others to get in line and comply. Remind them that the way to get others in line is to inspire them, not to order them around. Manager Cosmic Children demand a lot from themselves and from others. They just sometimes forget that there is a nice way to do this.
Your Manager Cosmic Child in a nutshell
Knowing this, contributes to understanding your child at a deep level, and helps you to become the best parent you can be. A parent who provides a happy, loving and nurturing environment.
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Author: Dr. Debra Ford Msc.D.
Dr. Debra is a spiritual philosophy teacher with a doctorate in metaphysical science. She is an ordained minister and member of the American metaphysical doctors association and the Canadian international metaphysical ministry. Dr. Debra’s SolePath is Inspirational Teacher and Spiritual Mystic. It is this SolePath that allows her to connect, create and communicate the SolePath body of work. She is the author of 16 books including ‘SolePath the path to purpose and a beautiful life‘, ‘Daily Pulse, rhythm of the Tao‘ and her children’s book ‘Emilia Rose and the rainbow adventure’.
Grateful thanks to Dr. Janice Brown for the wonderful blog images.