Author: Jan Scholten
The situation is that of having to sustain, defend the family in difficult times, in a dangerous and raw world. They have to stick together to be able to keep their place in the community. When they feel in place, at home in their family, they make no qualms of doing their task, they gladly do it, to support the family.
They want to be good mothers. They like to care of their children and other family members. They feel responsible and want everyone in the family to be good. But problems can arise from anywhere so they have to be on guard to prevent accidents. They can become overprotective. It is difficult to let their children go their own way. They can develop problems after miscarriages or abortion.
They are very family-oriented. They have an aversion to quarrels in the family and prefer harmony. The family ties are mostly strong. They feel responsible for their family and especially their children. They can develop problems after loss of family members, children or their mother. That makes them sad, feeling alone and unloved. They feel as if they are living in their own world with their family; the rest of the world is unimportant, does not exist.
Danger from all sides
They have the feeling that danger and problems are coming from all sides. They have to be alert to everything in order to prevent things going wrong. This makes them quite restless, giving the feeling of being on edge. They have to turn from one thing to another.
They perceive things as hectic. Life is hectic, demanding attention all the time, from all kinds of directions. And so are their physical conditions, that can alternate and change very easily and fast. Now they have this, then that. Now their pains are in this joint, then in another.
Mother versus wife
It can be difficult to combine life as a responsible mother and a woman or wife. They can feel like a whore when not giving enough attention to the children.
They are simple people. They focus on their own small world, especially when things go wrong or in case of diseases. They are not very intellectual, they prefer work over study. They have the tendency to make themselves small, to offer their life for the family and children. They have the feeling that they are not so important, so they do not ask or demand much for themselves. It can be that they are the youngest child, that they were too much and unwanted.
Forgetful, of words; prostration of mind; dull.
Anger, critical, insulting.
Sensitive, < noise.
Serious, responsible, sad; life is a burden.
Quite, do not speak out, withholding, grey, mellow.
World is disrupted, jarred, interrupted, broken.
Ailments from betrayal, treachery, deception, loss of relatives.
Fear: disease, of children; death; airplanes; accidents; heights; ghosts.
Delusion: things are smaller or larger.
Colour preference: 20-22D, 23-24E, 8-10D.
Sensation: obstruction; radiating, lancinating, shooting, neuralgic; pressing, rasping, drawing, cutting, burning.
Weather: < cold, > warm; < wind.
Desire: sweet, ice, fruit, sour, acid, soup, rye.
Aversion: bitter, alcohol, meat.
Food: < oyster, < fruit, < cabbage, < coffee, < cider, < artificial food, < eating, < drinking.
Sleep: sleepless < worries, restlessness.
Physical: < jar, < start motion, > continued motion, < exertion, < ascending; < urination, < stool; > lying, > rubbing, > stretching; <<< pregnancy, miscarriage, labour, menopause.
General: cancer; intoxication.
Infection: chlamydia, pseudomonas, salmonella, cholera, diphtheria, staphylococcus, shigella, gonorrhoea, neisseria, giardia, syphilis.
Head: headache, full, congested.
Mouth: tongue problems.
Throat: obstruction; voice hoarse, deep.
Lungs: asthma, bronchitis; obstruction.
Chest: mamma pain, radiating to everywhere, < nursing child; mastitis.
Stomach: full, pain; diaphragmtic hernia.
Abdomen: pain radiating all directions; liver problems, obstruction, dysfunction, congestion; hepatitis, jaundice; gallstones.
Rectum: pain, prolapse; diarrhoea, acute.
Urinary: pain, inflammation, pyelonephritis; kidney stones; cystitis, urine dark, yellow; bubbling sensations; Bright’s disease.
Female: dysmenorrhoea, pain extending to thighs, all over body; ailments after miscarriage or abortion; menses frequent or infrequent; uterus prolapse; pain radiating al over body; ovary cyst; caesarian section from narrow pelvis.
Limbs: muscle pains, arthritis, fibromyalgia; arthritis knee; hallux valgus; bunion.