Author: Jan Scholten
Phase 1: Attachment, penetration, uncoating
Vanity, focus on social status; worrying about social position in community, social advancement.
holding onto and showing social achievement
Distinct personage,delusion you are special but in the context of your social milieu, but not able to show it.
Desire to hold onto to your distinct social position or showing your social position.
Convincing people especially close relatives of your social status and advancement.
Desire to make a show of social status but uncertain.
Fear of being criticized.
Deciding between this person or that person socially, social or political alliances.
Show wealth or pretend to be wealthy.
Phase 2. Replication, assembly, maturation.
Desire to be in community or crowds since they give sense of security and achievement.
Enjoyment with others.
Showing your stuff (silver series), your achievements at social gatherings.
Culture and achieving something with others.
Relaxed about what you achieved.
Spreading the idea of show, of choices to show.
Who you are- can be a counter- cultural appearance too.
My offspring must be wealthy, insidiously pushing son/daughter to wealth and social status.
Body: nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.
Phase 3. Release, exit from cell.
Isolate from social contact- cramped.
Online game playing - getting status anonymously.
Angry feeling hard done and deceived by from those they trusted to give them social status.
Feel been treated like “shit”.
Negative about everything; lack of enjoyment.
Poisoning social relationships: setting up clear choices for others
“it’s either me or her”.
Pushing or manipulating others to make choices between them and another person socially or politically.
Social organizer behind the scenes or attacking social organizers.
Worry about maintaining social status or independence.
Having a daughter or son, relative who is of high social position, wealth and therefore you have to hide or pretend about your social status
Concerned about social position.
Fear: loss of social position.
General: dehydration, fluid loss, from vomiting and diarrhea, < very young; tired; low grade fever.
Stomach: pain; sudden onset nausea and vomiting.
Abdomen: diarrhoea, in adults.
Rectum: chronic constipation, alternates with diarrhoea.
Limbs: muscle aches, cramping.