Author: Jan Scholten
They long for deep, loving relationships. They long for company, warmth and being together. But they are so idealistic that they are easily disappointed by others, especially their spouse, for instance when they are too superficial, critical, meddling or hurting. The result is that they prefer to stay solitary, retiring somewhere, far away from culture and civilisation, even in the desert. They prefer to be on themselves and rely on themselves and the universe. They retire, become silent for fear of not being understood or heard, being misused. They feel they don't need the other and others want to influence and change them. They become closed, silent, not showing their inner world. This expresses itself in the sensation of constriction. It is the feeling of being restricted, limited, compressed, squeezed, condensed, narrowed and shriveled.
Another aspect is their religious, spiritual attitude. They direct themselves to self-study and self-development. They long for spiritual unity and love, mysticism. They feel love as mystic and spiritual. It brings them in contact with the spirits of nature and the Gods. This can be expressed in meditation, praying and philosophy.
Alone, closed, in their own, < being criticised, touched, meddled.
Sensation: being limited, constricted, versus expansion.
Aversion: aggression, rudeness.
Emotional, ecstatic once they open themselves.
Desire: oneness, mystical, religious.
Desire: nature, softness; space, open air, freedom; expansion.
Mood: emotional, ecstasy, withdrawn, silent.
Desire company, love: very open, sympathetic;
Aversion company, therapy.
Sexually high desire or low, lascivious, tantric.
Efficient, making the most out of little.
Busy, energetic, active.
Child with only one parent.
Profession: artist, therapist.
Fear: narrow places, claustrophobia; world, people, crowds, cities; rudeness, aggression; disease, heart disease.
Delusion: things being large or small, swollen or contracted, expanded or shriveled; in and out of body; warm or cold.
Dissociation syndrome: forgetful, mistakes.
Sensation: constriction!; compressed, contraction, shrunken, clutched, oppressed, bound, tight, grasped, grabbed, cramp, band, belt, strings, caged in wires, plug; the constriction is violent, very painful; heart !, sphincters, bronchi, stomach, intestines, rectum, vagina.
Weather: - > open air !, - > sun, <- sun.
Time: periodic, same time.
Desire: ricecake; cheesecake; vegetables; lentils.
Food: - > and <- food; < fasting; anorexia.
Physical: < motion; ailments from limitations, plasters, corset.
General: emaciation; obesity.
Lungs: asthma, cramp in air passages.
Heart: pain, constriction, oppression; tamponade; myocarditis, pericarditis, stenocardy, pulse fast, slow, hard; cyanosis.
Stomach: gastritis; ulcer; cramp < food.
Rectum: cramp, constriction; dysentery.
Female: menses cramps, constriction uterus; vaginismus.
Silicon series: the theme of love and relationships is the same. The Cactaceae have the typical restriction, religious aspect of love.
Nitrogenium: The theme of restriction and expansion is the same but here it is more related to body and enjoyment instead of to relations as in the Cactaceae. Phenethylamines are nitrogen compounds also found in the Cactaceae, like Anhalonium.
Sulphurs: have the love problems also and the philosophical aspects but not the theme of restriction.
Euphorbiaceae: same feeling of being bound, limited, restricted; here due to ties, in the Cactaceae due to harsh surroundings.