Author: Jan Scholten
English: Jacob's-ladder family; Phlox family.
Botany: 3 fused carpels, plicate corollas; desert.
Genera: Acanthogilia, Aliciella, Allophyllum, Bonplandia, Bryantiella, Cantua, Cobaea, Collomia, Dayia, Eriastrum, Gilia, Giliastrum, Gymnosteris, Hugelia, Ipomopsis, Langloisia, Lathrocasis, Leptodactylon, Leptosiphon, Linanthus, Loeselia, Loeseliastrum, Microgilia, Microsteris, Navarretia, Phlox, Polemonium, Saltugilia, Tintinabulum.
DD: Carbon series; Phosphor, Boron.
Polemoniacae have many traits in common with the Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae, so it was formerly placed in the Polemoniales order that is now named Solanales. In the Apg3 classification Polemoniacae is palced in Ericales.
Polemoniaceae and Fouquieriaceae are closely related and taken together in Phase 2.
There is a fear of division, split and rupture in this family. This brings fear and uncertainty and it is difficult to handle as they do not know how and where the fear is coming from.
They often feel limited, as if they had to shrink, taking less space. They can feel as if they are limited in the form of a band or vice, making it difficult to move, feeling stiff.
They like to belong to the group but often feel only half part of it. This is exaggerated because they feel like a stranger with their alternative and spiritual ideas but would like their opinion to be accepted.
They feel too weak to fight the shadow and fear that it will come up anytime.
Looks reserved but can be very fierce.
Looks moderate and yielding but does what he wants.
Not allowed to take space.
Desire for communication but it is one sided, nothing comes back, the other hides and betrays.
They do not understand it anymore, they cannot trust anymore.
He does not have the courage to live his life.
Flux, flow, light.
Fear of not having enough in the future, money, food.
Lack of trust in life.
Desire to play but cannot due to worries.
Sensation: tight, shrinking; shrunk; band, vice, stiff.
Physical: < electro smog.
General: bodily functions are superficial on a low-level.
Nose: rhinitis, dry.
Lungs: bronchitis, pneumonia; respiration is superficial.
Abdomen: pressing pain in the upper abdomen.
Back: pain in lumbar region; curved, scoliosis.