What you are seeking is for someone to tell you its okay to take on more risk that laid out. Your not going to get that that is a decision you are going to have to make you have 3 choices.
A few tips for you.
The rule is 5% of your account size / 6
This rule defines your SIZE
Meaning take your account size multiply it times 5% and divide that number by 6
This is the max risk that should be on any trade you take
This does NOT DEFINE where your stop loss should be (This is not a choice)
Your stop loss is defined by the chart based on the sytem. The markets could care less what your account size is. Trade based on the chart not your account size.
So what do you do if 5% / 6 is not enough to put the stop in the proper location?
Do you tighten up the stop to equal the 5%/6? NO this is not an option as you will then not be following the system (this is not a choice)
Do you just do enough trades like 2 or 3 net losses till you hit the 5% and keep the stop on the chart? NO this will ruin the statistics fo allowing you to have the opportunity to grind profits out of the market. (This is not a choice)
Well if you can't take less trades and you can't set a tighter stop what do you do?
3 Choices You Have To Keep The System in Tact and Allow the Stats to Work Out
1) Trade a small tick value instrument like a Nadex Spread or micro spot forex
2) Save money until you have the proper account size for proper risk management
3) Be willing to risk a large overall % of your account knowing that you are overall lowering you probabilities of success with more risk (sometimes it works sometimes it does not). As your account grows do not increase your size until you can keep the 5%/6 rule in check.