Author: Jan Scholten
They feel aroused, nervous, unruly for being criticised, pushed, put under pressure. They often do not know where the nervousness comes from as they easily suppress their own feelings. They are very adapting to the the wishes of and ideas of others. They like to please and thus forget their own plans and goals.
nervousness makes them They do not know what they want to do, what kind of job or task to accept. They are searching for something and cannot find easily something that suits them, that is their passion.
Chaotic, restless, impatient, thinking about what ll has to be done.
Pleasing, trying to keep everyone happy, in their family and at their job.
Auto aggression; self hate, self criticism.
Desire for passion and peace, but they are lost.
Timid, shy, desire to watch, not participating in discussions.
Desire company, of a few people.
Not allowing themselves to be more successful than their parents.
Fear: to sees things incorrect.
Identity crisis, < not knowing what they want.
Guilty, about what they have not done.
Sleep: sleepless, < rushing thoughts.
Throat: thyroid problems.
Scholten J. Nosy Be provings. Utrecht. 2014.