Author: Jan Scholten
They have a strong drive to remain independent and autonomous. They feel they have a right to it. But they also feel threatened in this drive. They have to fight to keep their autonomy. They have to fight not to be expelled. They have a good base but feel that it can be threatened.
Warrior, fighting, tough, unyielding, ruthless, cruel, merciless, destructive.
Anarchist, desire freedom.
They feel unappreciated, not valued for what they do and are.
They have to learn to be assertive, even aggressive when necessary. They want to be strong, even invincible. They need to stick up for themselves, to be seen as capable and equal. They hate being seen and treated as children, to be belittled. This is expressed in teeth problems. The teeth stand for biting, doing things you have to do, even when it is aggressive and hurting.
They are often abused by others. Others parasite on them, use their work and resources.
Nervous: convulsions, epilepsy.