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 Intuitive SolePath are our Earth Children, and they are fun and full. Our planet Earth is the planet of elementals, and Earth Children have farsighted intuition.
The superpower of the Earth Child is Sixth Sense. This means that they are an intuitive person, who is positive and playful, full of ideas and one who needs physical activity.
This Sixth Sense superpower is how your child interacts with the world.
Who is the Hunter?
They also have a path connected to this superpower, which describes your child’s special and unique gifts and greatness. The paths with Sixth Sense superpower are Builder, Creator, Hunter and Solitude.
Special gifts and greatness of the Hunter Earth Child: truth seeker who is brave and loves the outdoors.
The Hunter Earth Child is a truth seeker, genuinely curious and always seeking. Your child seeks the truth and wants to understand the answers and they make great researchers.
Your child loves their community and is generous in sharing their truth and answers, what they discover, with others. They love to talk it out and oral story telling helps them develop their vocabulary, speaking and listening skills.
Being a truth seeker is an incredible life skill. Encourage their curiosity and be patient with answering their thousands of questions. ‘Why?’ is not about them being irritating, but about them nurturing their natural inquisitiveness and thirst for answers.
Your Hunter Earth Child is also challenged with always seeking and never being satisfied. Encourage them to go a bit deeper and rather than just skim the surface.
Your Hunter Earth Child is generous, brave, thoughtful and considerate. Your child is one of life’s heroes.
Like the traditional hunter they thrive on providing ‘food’ for their community. When they notice that others are hungry, they leave the campfire and hunt alone and then bring their catch back to their loved ones to share.
In their brave search for truth and answers your child may drive themselves too hard. Once your Hunter Earth Child is comfortable back at the campfire, they can find it hard to get going again. Find ways to motivate them and the most successful way to do this is by having fun and getting outdoors.
The Hunter Earth Child is born to be outdoors. They just love the outdoors. Find ways to get them outside as much as possible, no matter what the season. It is the quickest way to help them feel good and to cope with negative emotions like pessimism.
Your child works in spurts – they need focused busyness followed by quiet time. Understand their cyclical personalities – just as constantly as day follows night, your Hunter Earth Child needs quiet time, followed by bursts of activity. Keep an eye out for when they need to be still and when they need to be active outside.
Your Hunter Earth 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.