Author: Jan Scholten
This is probably the same state as Fraxinus americana. They give up their love for the sake of the family. Or their love leaves them with all the responsibilities for the family. Their overdone responsibility makes them go on, forgetting to give themselves what they need. They can forget their creative and spiritual needs, being busy for the family. In their worries they can become dictatorial, telling others what to do and forgetting their insight that everyone will always do their best.
Lack of calmness, quietness, peace, < frustration, exasperation, < lack of forward movement in his/her life.
Feeling of being stuck, aimless, futility; of having done it all before.
Lack of enthusiasm, motivation; a wish to stop bothering and to surrender to the hopelessness.
Bored, in young adults and teenagers, < unable to realise their longings, hopes, desires.
Personal grief, as if abandoned by anything of a spiritual nature.
Sense of separation as if the heart and the mind are not synchronised.
Mind cluttered, chuntering brain; loss of intuitive thought.
Rigid mind, fixed ideas: about what relatives and friends should be doing.
Letting go any pretence, effort to impress anybody else.
Shabby, untidy and neglectful, of appearance.
Confusion as to sexuality: bisexual, homosexual, transsexual, transvestite.
Fear: change, unexpected events; water, drowning.
Colour preference: 17C.
Physical: < riding on cars.
Sleep: restless, without peace.
General: stiffness, rigidity.
Nose: coryza annual, hayfever.
Lungs: nervous cough.
Chest: palpitation heart; with anxiety.
Limbs: cramps calf, < sleep; wooden sensation; gouty pain joints; gout; rheumatism.