Author: Jan Scholten
English: Goosefoot family.
Content: sodium, potassium, chlorine, saponines, oxalicums.
Botany: soil salted earth, sea shores, deserts; some xerophytic and resemble cacti; flowers tiny; seen as weeds; grow on manure.
Use: food, Atriplex, Beta vulgaris, Chenopodium, Spinacia oleracea.
The controversy between instinct and humanity is handled by closing themselves off. They do not show their emotions and behave as if they can handle all situations. This can go further and that they suppress their own emotions and do not know them anymore. Then they seem in full control.
They are often more male, technically oriented. They are very good with machines but not so good with relationships and emotions. They understand technical things, hear technical sounds but do not understand the human mind, do not hear its voice. Their experience was often of the kind “behave normal, that is crazy enough already”. They look very stable, in control all the time. But underneath they feel uneasy and do not know where they stand which expresses itself in vertigo.
They are very family oriented and have a big fear of their family falling apart. This can happen quite often because their wife gets enough of their stoic, seemingly hard, insensitive attitude.
They are tough people. Nothing bothers them or hinders them. They do not have problems. So it is not easy to get a good picture from them. The therapist does not know what is going on. The picture is just that “nothing is going wrong”.
They are in charge and can handle the situations perfectly. When others come with problems they react like ”things are as they are” and “what is the use of making such a fuss”.
Practical, technical, problem solvers.
Confusion, not knowing what it is about.
Denying, suppressing instincts, emotional problems.
Unsure, weak, hidden, cover it up.
Belief everything is lost, can never be repaired.
Can never attain a normal situation.
Desire to be a big boy, to be accepted and seen, with a big mouth.
Shouting a lot, having little to say.
Aversion to show weakness.
Baggy, feeling used as fodder.
Fear: disease, collapse; poverty.
Vertigo: with tinnitus; Meniere.
Ears: hearing problems; noises, cannonading.