Author: Jan Scholten
English: Primrose family; Snowbell family.
DD: Fluorine, Chlorum, Silver series.
DD: Carbon series; Silicon series; Iron series, Lanthanides.
They have a conflict between the normal world and the idealistic, humanitarian world. They have a strong feeling how the world should be, friendly and respectful. But the normal village is busy with money, materials, rules and domination. They cannot stand that world but they lack the power to oppose it and adapt to it. They like to have the approval of their parents, their father. Parents often do not understand them, see them as difficult, oversensitive persons that have to be made tough to be able to withstand in the world. Their father is often harsh, straight and authoritarian. He is often violent and threatening and their mother do not protect them as she often is also an adapting person. In the beginning they have the hope that he will become nice by pleasing him. In the end they give in, feel confused about themselves and the world because they have given themselves away too easily.
They do not flourish, do not come to full blossom and tend to blame others for it.
They can make the wrong choices by feeling forced by moral rules or material circumstances that internally do not feel right, not human.
They try to exclude the bad things from life; they think they can put the shadow away.
Not accepted by parents, father, husband, teachers, managers, spouse.
Feel unprotected, alone.
Threatened by father, not protected by mother.
Not coming to full blossom, blaming others for it.
Delusion: world is turned upside down, inside out.
Feeling limited, stopped, narrowed, by society, relatives, their body.
Lack of self-worth.
Guilt feeling from making the wrong choices, those of others.
Feeling: paralysed; solitary confinement, imprisoned, unable to move, powerless.
End of youth, start of adulthood.
Fine, delicate, fragile, graceful.
Innocent, childish, careless.
Ailments from being neglected, not seen, disrespected.
Delusion: having done wrong to ones children; neglected his duty.
Delusion: alone, forsaken, being put aside, alienation, lack of contact, alone.
Delusion: limited; imprisoned, paralysed; crime, being a criminal, persecuted.
Delusions: robbers, journey.
Desire company or aversion company, a desire to be alone, not seen, standing alone in the background.
Not really here, absent, aloof, out of contact.
Inactive, passive, not grown for this world.
Mild; sensitive, < noise.
Feeling disgraced: “Who am I that this happens to me".
Absent-minded, forgetting things, making mistakes.
Fear robbers; avarice.
Sensation: constricting, wandering, burning, crawling, pricking; as a band, wandering, drawing, pressing, tight.
Weather: < cold, < storm, < wind, > in open air.
Physical: < lying, > motion, > walking, > massage, > rubbing, noise.
Nervous: lame, paralysis, cramp, epilepsy, convulsion, spasm, twitching.
Female: dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea.
Limbs: arthritis hands, finger, rheumatic; pain upper arm < writing; pain tibia < walking.
Skin: dermatitis, itching, vesicles, cracks, red pimples; eczema; fingers, hands, feet, palms; vesicles, itching, burning.
DD: Onagraceae, Oenothera.