Author: Jan Scholten
Genera: Bassecoia, Callistemma, Cephalaria, Dipsacus, Knautia, Lomelosia, Pseudoscabiosa, Pterocephalidium, Pterocephalus, Pycnocomon, Scabiopsis, Scabiosa, Sixalix, Succisa, Succisella, Tremastelma, Triplostegia.
Morinaceae: Acanthocalyx, Cryptothladia, Morina.
There is a conflict between heaven and earth. They have a desire to be free, light, spiritual, sunny, energetic, alive, free like a bird but often feels limited in his body. Emotions are heavy and dark. They can experience life as a prison, the body as something they have been sucked into and cannot escape.
They can go into spiritual practice to gain relief from this feeling, join religious groups and sects. But in the end they often come to the conclusion that in these groups one is even more limited, imprisoned by rules, domination and social conventions. Their feeling of being guilty and indebted to others becomes even stronger than before. Of the Dipsacales the Dipsacaceae have the strongest the desire to search for the essence and meaning of life, the Carbon quality of Phase 4.
They want to be free to go their own way but are limited by the demands and expectations of others, by their feeling of obligation to others and to give more. In the end they feel used, sometimes even abused and want to break out to be free. They give too much till the limit is reached and they break all relations. The others often accuse them of all the suffering they produce, which gives them feeling of guilt again.
Harassed and tormented by the expectations and obligations of others, wife, relatives.
Desire to have contact with the universe, cosmos, galaxy but bound to earth.
Being sucked in, tunnel or black hole.
Uncomfortable in body, trying to escape.
Heaviness of spirit, no joy but not sadness.
Discord between desire and attitude.
Physical: > motion.