Jan Scholten


The main struggle is between being part of the group, the family and standing on your own. They feel part of the group but often very limited by them. They have an enthusiastic, energetic, vivacious personality that as a child is often restricted by their parents. Their parents are often worried by their dynamic, impulsive and sometimes even wild behaviour.
In puberty this dynamic becomes often worse. They want to make contacts, fall in love and have a wild life. They love going out, have fun, making friends, drink alcohol and use drugs, have sex. They love the wild life. They can be quite impulsive. Their parents want to protect them and start forbidding things. But that provokes only more assertiveness in them. They do not want to be limited, restricted.
Their impulsiveness can lead them into problematic situations. They can become pregnant by accident. They can get they wrong relationships. In the extreme they can become manic, a manic depressive psychosis.
Later in life the same can arise in their marriage. They want to have a partner and children. But they also want to have friends. This can provoke an attitude of jealousy and possessiveness in their partner, wanting to restrict them. But they do not let themselves be limited very easily.
In the end they can have a tendency to retire on their own, being disappointed in family, parents and husband, as all are wanting to much from them. Others want to enjoy their liveliness but cannot tolerate it when it is there for others too. It can make them feel isolated.

Single from love disappointment, from an impulsive love affair.
Need for contact, relations, friends, a partner.
Easy making contact, many friends, very communicative, friendly, beloved.
Going out with friends, shopping, theatre, cinema, having a drink.
Cheerful, laughing, has a happy, contagious giggle.
Aversion to jealous, possessive and pushy partners.
One-sided, rectilinear; has only one perspective; short sighted.
Tasteful, good taste, aesthetic, good clothing, graceful; refined, elegant.
Know what they want.
Go their own way, are not much disturbed what happens around them.
Angry, on everything.
They feel that they have to get a place in the family and friends.
Fear: losing friends, spouse, love. Seductive, licking lips.
Tough, contingent, contained.
One-sided, rectilinear.
See things only from one perspective, find it difficult to see things from another perspective, that of others.
Irritated form pushy people.
Desire to be left alone.
Refined, elegant.

Weather: < hot weather.
Time: < evening; periodically, weekly; < spring and autumn; sudden start and rapid elimination.
Food: < sweets, < milk.
Physical: > gentle, continued motion, < rest.

Head: headache, gastric, hepatic, intermittent, < sweets, < milk; migraine.
Nose: itch; sneezing; hayfever.
Mouth: burning, tongue; greasy taste; saliva copious.
Throat: burning; excoriated, < vomit; thyroid.
Heart: palpitations.
Stomach: gastritis; pain, burning, < eating; dyspepsia; nausea; vomiting, very sour, acrid, burning, gall, bitter, < morning, < pregnancy.
Abdomen: burning; liver affections; ! pancreas affections; flow of bile restricted.
Rectum: burning; constipation; dysentery, diarrhoea; cholera in children; fatty stools.
Female: neuralgia, rheumatism of uterus.
Limbs: rheumatism.
Skin: eczema.


Fears & Phosphoric Diferential Diagnosis
Fears & Phosphoric Differential Diagnosis: The fears of death, of death when bleeding from the nose (epistaxis), of evil, of misfortune, of hearing bad news, tremulous and with sadness, can match Phosphorus or phosphoric salts. The difference is that the sensitivity of the Iridaceae is more complex and the themes of impulsivity phase (Li, Na, F. 01), are combined with an expansive phase (Phos, N. F. 05), that brings a special taste and exaggerations to its remedies, like Crocus.