Author: Jan Scholten
663.13.13 Talinum paniculatum
Botany: succulent, Central and South America.
English: Jewels-of-Opar, Flame flower; Fame flower.
DD: Kalium, Carbon, Muriaticum.
Source: Sense provings.
They are often single, although they want to have a partner, a spouse but they easily feel they will lose their autonomy and freedom. That makes them reluctant to give themselves in relationships. The result is frequently that they get into relationships with married people and they never have a full love in those triangular relationships.
Stands firm in the world but fragile in emotional and spiritual affairs.
Looks crude, but is refined.
Rude to defend themselves against the hard world.
Turned inside, to his inner world, turned away from the world and life.
Depressed from disappointments in life.
He does not understand how things could have happened, why it should be the way it was.
Woman, 50, left by her husband or children, does not understand it because she did so well.
Being left because she did not give herself really; afraid to give oneself away.
Gives but takes back again.
Disappointed in God.
Started with the idea that life could be lived simply, frivolous, naïve.
Neutral, unspecific, uninteresting.
Head: pain back of head, stitching.
Urinary: kidney problems, failure; oedema.
Back: pain neck, stiff.