Author: Jan Scholten
644.31.04 Ceriops tagal
English: yellow mangrove.
Use: fuel, building.
Culture: mangrove can be associated with "man grows”, sexually, in the womb.
Culture: fairy tale "the princess and the frog”.
Source: Lamu provings.
DD: Oxygen, Natrum, Muriaticum, Iodatum.
It is the picture of a young woman who is given in marriage by her family, her father, to an unknown man and has to go and live with a strange family. She can feel left alone and lonely in her new situation. This can become more extreme is she is abused, physically or sexually, in her new environment. They have to let go their innocence and instead become hard to withstand their new situation. It can be for innocent young women just married and being confronted with and horrified by naked genitals and raw sex.
The stage is strongly Stage 4 with the theme of starting something new like a marriage.
There is an entanglement. They have to do or undergo something outside of their will for loyalty or cultural reasons. They fear being excluded and rejected if they do not obey. Then they will be left alone and sent into the wilderness, the unknown, left to their own resources for survival.
Wedding, nervous, anxiety, aversion.
Desire for beauty, nice dresses, make-up, toenails painted, flowers in their hair.
Innocent girls, very protected, playful, singing, dancing.
A starting point, new beginning, spring, blossoming.
Fear of sex, brutish man, rudeness, violence, abuse.
Alone, threatened, trapped in a strange hostile family or environment.
Desire to escape, run away, hide, become a nun, cut off the breasts, stay a girl, suicide.
Desire for revenge, infect her husband with AIDS.
Ears: pain, left.
Stomach: nausea, vomiting.
Limbs: left foot pain.