Basic fears
of a Reflective FaithStyle

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Engage: Fear of being powerless

Reflective believers avoid spaces where they feel helpless and defenceless. They strive to understand in order to get a grip on life.

Embody: Fear of being controlled

People with a Reflective FaithStyle want to be in charge. They do not like that others steer them or call the shots.

Care:  Fear of being without making an impact

Beneath Reflective believers faith lies a need to have a strong effect on the world around them. They fear exerting no influence.

Centre: Fear of being unprincipled

Because they are deeply ethical, people with a Reflective FaithStyle are afraid to live dishonorable.

Accept: Fear of being inferior

Reflective believers are afraid to be second-class. They strive to humbly be the best they can be.

Flourish: Fear of being without identity

People with a Reflective FaithStyle  want to be recognized for who they are. They are very uncomfortable when they are not recognized as a unique person.

Embrace: Fear of being unworthy of being loved

Beneath Reflective believers faith lies a need to be held very dear. They fear to not be cared very much for.

Nurture: Fear of being without guidance

Although they take full responsibility for their lives, people with a Reflective FaithStyle want to live in a environment where they receive teaching and pointers from people who have walked the path before them.

Deep drivers
of a Reflective FaithStyle

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Engage: The desire to have expertise 

Embody: The desire to defend 

Care:  The desire to make an impact 

Centre: The desire to principled 

Accept: The desire to be valuable 

Flourish: The desire to be oneself 

Embrace: The desire appreciated 

Nurture: The desire to be supported 

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