Author: Jan Scholten
They have a strong will and want to prove that they are someone, that they are special. They want to prove that they are in control of their own life and have a strong aversion of being dominated or controlled. In their youth they can have strong fights with their parents when they feel forced or limited. They can come into confrontations as easily as they let others take over easily. They adapt and try to please others hoping for recognition and respect, but others often do not see their gentleness and just overlook them. This leads to situations where they feel only half respected and seen. Typical is the situation of conflicts with in-laws, where they feel rarely connected and accepted as one of the family.
Imprisoned, as if in a dark, cold prison as punishment.
Need to live their own life, do their own thing; aversion to being subordinate.
Wild, strong temperament.
Perfectionism, things are never enough, never certain.
Conflict with in-laws.
Dream: walls approaching; animals approaching; disgusting animals coming out of her face, her eruptions of skin; being a big house with too many patients and consulting rooms.
Fear: being limited, imprisoned; dangerous animals, insects; uncontrollable things.
Weather: < wet, cold weather, < from sun.
Food: < alcohol; < fat, butter.
Physical: < exertion, gentle motion.
General: auto-immune diseases.
Abdomen: gall stones and colic.
Back: stiff neck, worse from cold, better from warmth, worse from menopause.
Limbs: arthritis arm, shoulder, elbow and wrist; pain screwing, as a blockage, compact, < wet and cold weather, < exertion, gentle motion.
Skin: lupus erythematodes; red spots, itching, < from sun, < alcohol; actinic keratosis.