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Mind map of Chestnut Bud – the learning flower

ChestNut Bud

Keynotes

CHESTNUT BUD [Chest-b]

Inattentive. Repeats the same mistakes again and again; does not learn from past experiences.

Absentminded, prone to road accidents.

BOTANICAL NAME
Aesculus hippocastanum

KEYNOTES
1. Tends to repeat the same mistakes, never learns from experience.

2. Has the urge to enter into every new adventure, on a trial and error basis, and the outcome will invariably be the same.

3. Periodic illnesses occurring in an individual.

4. Their behaviour portrays them to be trying to escape from themselves, obsessively refusing to face their past, and their lives together.

5. Attempts to forget unpleasant experiences as quickly as possible.

6. Absentminded and inattentive children.

7. Slow to learn from life, mental blocks, retarded development.

8. Seems naive, awkward, inattentive.
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Mind map of Cherryplum – the openness flower

Mind map of Cherryplum

Keynotes

CHERRY PLUM [Cher-p]

Desperation. Fear of losing his mind’s control over his actions. Can do anything, even kill somebody or kill himself at the spur of the moment, without thinking.

Unbearable condition of the mind. Apt to act on impulse than on reason.

BOTANICAL NAME
Prunus cerasifera

KEYNOTES
1. People losing their self-control on heading for a breakdown. Desperate, about to have a nervous breakdown.

2. Fear of doing something terrible at any moment (something one would never normally do) and then having to regret it for the rest of one’s life.

3. Afraid one is going mad.

4. Compulsive ideas, delusions.

5. Sudden, uncontrolled outbreaks of rage.

6. Destructive impulses, danger of suicide.

7. Useful in the treatment of bedwetting in children (self-control of daytime released during sleep, when there is no conscious body control).

8. Useful for rehabilitation of drug addicts.

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Mind Map of Honeysuckle

SimpleMind Mind Map - Honeysuckle ( हनिसकल )(1)

Honeysucke :

“ पुरानी यादॊं में खोये रहना , भूतकाल की घटना की याद मॆ ऐसा खोना कि वर्तमान की हालात से बिल्कुल लापरवाही , घर की याद करना ”                                         डा. एडवर्ड बैच

Always thinking and talking of the past events and life.

Cannot break contact with the past events. Regrets and remorse for the past events. Does not live in the present, makes no effort to solve the present difficulties, escapism into the past. Cannot get over the loss of a person one loved (parent, child, spouse, friend).

BOTANICAL NAME: Lonicera caprifolium

KEYNOTES
: -Longing for the past, regrets over the past.

-Lives mentally in the past, has no interest in the present.

-Glorifies the past, expecting it to return.

-Can’t accept any change, still clinging to the past.

-Unconsciously refuse to see and accept new developments.

-They fix their mind on just one aspect, usually a pleasant one, regret for missed opportunities, missed chances and unfulfilled hopes.

-Honeysuckle helps the dying to ‘let go’ more easily.

-Cannot get over the loss of a person one loved.

-Recollections of childhood.

-It can be used to combat regret that one is getting old.

-Homesickness.

 
REMEDY RELATIONSHIPS
: -Compare-Clematis (escapes from the present into a fantasy life, hoping for a better future).

-Honeysuckle (escapes to the past and expects nothing positive from present and future).