Author:
Jan Scholten
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Chapter:
3-642.17.14

Eschscholzia californica

Introduction
They feel out of balance, out of themselves, their core or centre, unconnected, dissociated, lost in the universe, contact lost with soul, spirit and God.

Mind
Seeking higher consciousness outside oneself, through escapism or addiction.
Stunned, dazed, mesmerized by social glamour and fame, psychic experiences, dazzling phenomena, psychedelic drugs, occult ritual, religious cults, charismatic teachers, media stars.
Spontaneity lost.
Immovable.
Indifferent.
Causeless sadness; sadness, joyless for days.
Frequent waking with tormenting thoughts.
Desire for glamour and glitter.
Restless, nervous.
Capricious, discontent.
Voluntary spontaneity lost.
Indifference, apathy.
Concentration difficult.
Sex diminished, premature ejaculation.
Indifferent being a slave.
Laconic in sudden shock situations.

General
Sensation: stunning, benumbing.
Weather: chilly, > open air, < heat, < sun.
Time: < 5 pm.
Desire: cold milk.
Aversion.
Food: < sausage, < fat, > coffee; nausea << beer, tobacco.
Sleep: sleepy, sopor, < afternoon; sleepless < palpitation of heart.
Physical: > pressure, > lying on abdomen.

Body
Energy: weakness, torpor.
Nervous: immovable, paralysis.
Vertigo on slight exertion.
Head: headache, < 3 am, > fresh evening air, > rain, + nausea, + vertigo.
Eyes: styes, lower right, + swelling.
Mouth: discoloration, tongue white.
Lungs: respiration slow, accelerated; breathless, << exertion.
Heart: palpitation; slowing of circulation.
Stomach: pain extending left scapula, nausea.
Abdomen: weakness, < 11 pm; hepatitis, peritonitis.
Rectum: constipation, ineffectual urging and straining; stool hard, knotty, soft, light coloured; yellow mucus; flatus.
Female: menses frequent.
Limbs: complete paralysis.