Jan Scholten


They feel they have a right to be treated as a person, that they have individuality and are talented enough to be appreciated. They are not just anybody, but they feel that they are only tolerated, that they have to adapt to others to be accepted. They are not really seen, heard and accepted. They are just there for others who do not have time or respect for them. They feel they have to please others all the time and then they hope that the others will see them.
This state is often exaggerated in their youth where their parents were too busy with their work or themselves or the many other children to see them. They were just one on the list. Due to not being seen, they retire on their own, sit silently in a corner and think their own thoughts. They have their own world view, are very creative and bright, but that also is invisible or not appreciated. They lack the space and air to really live their own life. They can do it in their mind, but are not given the means to manifest it in reality.

Invisible, not heard.
Pleasing, adapting, < being only half accepted.
Having no space.
Nervous excitement.
Ailments from being dominated by family, father, husband.

Sensation: pricking, aching, constricting, raw, shooting.
Physical: < motion.

Lungs: asthma, wheezing, hoarseness, emphysema, bronchitis; cough.
Male: impotence.
Female: infertility; menses problems.
Back: backache; difficulty keeping themselves erect, to stand up for themselves.
Limbs: pain bones and muscles; arthritis.