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Plants

They have a multifaceted view. They tend to see things from the sides of themselves and many others. That makes that their consultations are less orderly, changing from one subject to another. Every aspect leads to an aspect of someone else. This leads to a feeling as things are not fixed, unclear, foggy, woolly. Whatever is said there is always another point of view.
They do not only see things from many points of view they also change their behaviour accordingly. They are sensitive to what others think and feel and thus change their behaviour accordingly.

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Animals

They have a strong quality of hierarchy. It is about who is the best and takes the highest position. This leads to the theme of competition. Competition is present also in the other kingdoms but it is more extreme in the animal kingdom. Attached to it is the theme of alliances, alliances bring more power. Alliance themes can also be found in the Plant kingdom to a lesser degree but are absent in the Mineral kingdom. Killing is a strong aspect of the Animal kingdom which is absent in other kingdoms. Plants can take away space to survive from others, which can lead to death but it is not direct killing. Animals have the direct killing quality.

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Minerals

An important issue is the one sided view. They see things mostly from one perspective, their own perspective. Even when they are very sensitive and perceive all the sensitivities of other persons they interpret them from their own perspective. This makes them very orderly in their presentation. They tend to be orderly in everything, their work, their bookkeeping, clothes, car, house.

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Cyclamen purpurascens

Cyclamen purpurascens Introduction Cyclamen is a good remedy for migraines from guilt feeling about having had an abortion. They feel guilty that they have killed their own child. Of course they have many excuses that let them make that choice but internally it still...

Anagallis arvensis

Anagallis arvensis Names: Greek, ana means "again", agallein means "to delight in"; = to laugh out loud. English: Scarlet Pimpernel; Weather-glass; Red Chickweed; Cure all; Poor man’s Mercury; John go to bed at noon; Panacea arvensis. German: Ackergauchelheil, Moreron...

Primula farinosa

Primula farinosa Mind Colour preference: 3AB. Body Skin: dermatitis, index fingers, thumbs.

Saxifragaceae

Saxifragaceae Introduction They are losing their position in high society. They still have their name and rights but are not in the noble classes with a lot of money anymore. They have to ask and beg to belong to the higher classes. They feel they are entitled to be...

Calomeria amaranthoides

Calomeria amaranthoides Names: Greek kalos (beautiful) and meris (part) and amaranthoides, like Amaranthus. English: Plume Bushes. Botany: Australia, small colonies, along river flats, coastal, flowering after bush fires, volcanic basalt soil. DD: Rhus toxicodendron;...

Primula veris

Primula veris Mind Happy, pleasant. Stubbornness. Depression. Nervous, anxiety, excitement, < heat, < fever. Narcotic. Tension, nervous. Memory loss. Dreams: pleasant. Colour preference: 3AB, 9C. General Sensation: beating, tearing, burning, drawing, band. Type: dark...

Lysimachia vulgaris

Lysimachia vulgaris Mind Strife, unruly, < being limited, < having to work for others. Body General: astringent; haemorrhages. Mouth; bleeding. Nose: bleeding. Throat: sore; bleeding. Lungs: expectoration difficult. Female: menses copious. Skin: bleeding wounds.

Hottonia palustris

Hottonia palustris Introduction They have a reserved dignity, are removed from lively involvement with people due to a deepened life experience with subsequent understanding of life's truths. They feel great and superior but are easily hurt, offended or humiliated by...

Maclura tinctoria

Maclura tinctoria Name: Chlorophora tinctoria Clades: Moraceae; Rosales; Fabidae; Fabanae; Angiospermae; Plants.