Jan Scholten

Plant kingdom
They have a multifaceted view. They tend to see things from the sides of themselves and many others. That makes that their consultations are less orderly, changing from one subject to another. Every aspect leads to an aspect of someone else. This leads to a feeling as things are not fixed, unclear, foggy, woolly. Whatever is said there is always another point of view.
They do not only see things from many points of view they also change their behaviour accordingly. They are sensitive to what others think and feel and thus change their behaviour accordingly.
They have a many-sided view, influenced by the views, problems and opinions of others.
Woolly, cloudy feeling, boundaries not very clear.
Nervous: epilepsy.