Author: Jan Scholten
644.25.08 Ochna serrulata
English: Carnival ochna; Mall-leaved plane; Mickey-mouse plant; Bird's eye plant.
Botany: drupelet fruit; fragrant.
Names: from Greek Ochne, a word used by Homer and meaning wild pear.
Source: Sense provings.
They are ambitious, want to do things the best they can. But they feel insecure about their position in the family and community and thus fear that their good intentions will not be appreciated. For their self-worth they are very dependent on the opinion of relatives and colleagues. They have the idea that when they succeed they will be accepted and will feel stable in the community.
At their best when striving towards a goal or ideal.
Overcoming constraints, difficulties, challenges.
Saviour, does not feel strong or powerful but will put up a good show or hang in valiantly.
Anger, loving less, amazement, < what has been done to them, < not being accepted in their good intentions.
Desire love from others, to be noticed, their beauty; loves touch.
Male sexuality not lasting, erections fading, anticipating sex; shame and remorse from sexual feelings.
Peaceful, quiet; bright; gentle.
Calm but wondering when insight and warmth will come.
Party, fun, carefree, enjoyment.
Sympathetic, generous, gentle, likes company and likes be on his own.
Open, even tempered; free to express oneself.
Fertility, fruitfulness, perseverance, endurance, uplifting.
Vitality, stability, hope, symmetry.
Desire protection; hiding, obscurity, retreat.
Fragility; vulnerability; delicate.
Oppressed, limited, confined, restricted, < winter.
Sadness, hidden, inward, underneath, < alone; puts up a happy face.
Impatience, restlessness; nervous.
Floating, surreal; feeling like half a person.
Likeness or darkness; feeling there is darkness behind the light which is sunshine; threatened by darkness of body.
Themes: spring; life; spiders; water; gold; yellow flames, in a large area, swept along, like field fire.
Fear: being unsuccessful, being too small and insignificant.
Dream: snake uncoiling, swimming through rippling water.
Sensation: tingling; stitching; pushing out.
Weather: hot; acute sensitivity to atmosphere.
Time: loves spring and summer.
Energy: weak, fatigue.
Head: clear; headache aching, sudden, throbbing, vice, band, temples, forehead, > space, open; right side of scalp felt funny, tingling.
Face: warmth to cheeks and hands.
Lungs: cough; short of breath, desire to breathe deep, for relief; tension before sneeze or cough.
Heart: pulse fast, racing; beating, very hard, in chest, hands; palpitations, violent throbbing of heart.
Chest: tightness, pressure.
Stomach: anxiety; indigestion; cramping pain; indigestion; nausea, vomiting.
Abdomen: tight; stitching pain over gall bladder; cut off sensation across solar plexus; discomfort right hypochondrium, dull pain; stabbing right side, below ribs.
Female: ovaries, especially left.
Back: pain neck, cracking; pulling sensation in left neck, right, just above clavicle; lower back pain; everything below neck becomes dark and immobile, clawing, paralysing.
Limbs: throbbing, pulsating, left fingertip; legs wobbly; shoulder stiff; jerking finger; pulse apparent in fingertips; poking in leg.
Skin: itchy, all over.