Sixes are cautious daredevils, preparing, loyal, warm and clever.
Fear, danger, cowardice, being alone and submitting to authority
Feeling uncertain or anxious
Their Best Self:
6s are extremely loyal, funny, supportive and dutiful. Able to intuitively assess danger and potential problems they can be a source of guidance to others.
Their Worst Self:
6s can be reactive, paranoid, and ambivalent. Unable to ascertain real risk from imagined danger they may get lost in anxiety and reactive outbursts that alienate others.
As Head Types
6s need to develop a sense of their own inner authority and avoid relying so much on others for guidance in decisions. 6s may have difficulty quieting internal dialogue and listening to their own keen intuitions.
The key for 6s is to recognize the tendency to make other trusted intimates or institutions into authorities and then blaming others for mistakes or mis-judgments. Developing a sense of confidence in one’s own decisions is paramount.
6s make great team players, problem-solvers, strategizers, contingency makers, rule-enforcers, and guardians because of their ability to foresee future events and prepare for various outcomes.