Author: Jan Scholten
666.44.07 Coreopsis verticillata
English: Thread-leaf coreopsis; Whorled coreopsis; Moonbeam coreopsis; Thread-leaved tickseed; Thread leaf coreopsis; Pot-of-gold.
Botany: southeastern United States; herb; stems wiry; flower heads are up to 5 cm across, bright yellow, showy, abundantly; dry, thin woods, open pinelands; preferring full sun exposure; tolerates drought, poor soil, extreme heat and neglect.
Source: Williams, Interhomeopathy 2013 February.
They feel disconnected and alone. This comes from not being nurtured as a child, unloved and unseen. They attempt to mask these feelings with cheerfulness. They are generous and joyful, of service to others, in order to gain the love and acceptance that they want so desperately. When the feelings of invisibility, being misunderstood and unloved persist, it brings on irritability, intolerance and anger. They feel unappreciated, judged and alone once again. They can go into anger and resentment, or escape from a relationship where there was anger and intolerance or get completely disconnected. They end up alone.
Joy, giddiness; a childlike quality with a feeling of generosity and the joy of giving to others.
Lost in details, going around in work, service, learning.
Misunderstood, unseen, by parents, friends.
Sensitive, spiritual, brightness which is misunderstood.
Giving, adapting, helping.
Unicorn in the dark.
Pissed off, angry, < being judged, misunderstood.
Cheerful, bright, serving.
Flexible, going with the flow, the wind
Hiding their own inner secret core from fear of being misunderstood, prevents being hurt.
Not seeing, lack of taste, touch, hearing.
Alone from distracting from cheerfulness and service.
Feeling drowned in their service.
Grief from being left alone.