Madeleine Meuwessen

LEAD CROPEY-Ceratostigma willmottianum

Leadwort-people, children or animals seem/are naive. They can ask questions like a small child.

In school, at lectures or seminars, they ask interjection questions, asking you the ears off your head. They often go into so much detail that you wonder what use this information can give them.
They are/appear to be often useless questions..... Why, why are bananas crooked. They seem to ask questions for the sake of questions. It seems like they just can't get enough information about all kinds of things.
This is also the reason for their "collecting frenzy". After all, you never know if you could ever need the information you have collected. This is also the reason why they can never throw anything away.

What lies behind this great hunger for information:
Failure to trust vis-à-vis his own judgement and decision-making ability.leadwort

Because they distrust their own opinions, they constantly ask others for advice. By doing so, they make themselves- more or less consciously-dependent on the other person. It is about the personality's refusal to accept impulses from his own inner self. Instead, he looks for truth in the outside world. Inspiration and intuition are partly consciously repressed due to uncertainty. Contact with their inner voice is blocked, the refusal to see and accept the role of the Higher Self.
This is also about your first intuition. As an example: you meet someone and your first feeling indicates....not fluff. Very quickly we switch to our "second" intuition and push that first feeling away. It is, I think in our society, not so easy to immediately follow your first intuition. Not so socially accepted!
You see in small children, it is precisely their first feelings that are still in the right place. A small child, who has to give a hand to an adult and the child refuses, look at why that child does that. Often they "don't like" the adult. And is that socially "accepted"?

-people do not realise that they actually know a lot, as already mentioned, they collect a lot of information and only save this information instead of working with it and do not dare to trust their own decisions. What I find from practice is that when people start using Leadweed, they often start dreaming a lot more.

You see: When visiting a doctor, they write the diagnosis along if necessary. They have a checklist with them that includes everything they want to ask. And "coincidentally" or not, I read about this very thing in Margriet magazine this week. In his column, GP Rutger Verhoeff tells about a patient who comes to him with a certain complaint and she gives him the diagnosis on a silver platter. A white A4 sheet lists all the complaints she has.

These people usually seek several therapies at once and ask the same questions to each therapist, because they hear different opinions, they become more and more uncertain. Do I get "very" Lead herb people and they ask me these questions, also possibly what I think of other therapies, I cut this off and say I specialise only in blossom remedies.
Leadkruid people often suffer not most because of their physical symptoms, but even more because of the uncertainty regarding their illness. Come into contact with the pendulum or tarot cards, they will commute or read the card before any decision.
When they go shopping, they always take someone with them. And they constantly need someone else's confirmation.

And of course I recognise now myself when I was pregnant. It was the first and only time I was expecting. And of course, I didn't know what was coming. I had a wonderful gynaecologist, Dr Krammer. Every time I came to him with my list of questions, he said, Dear, sit down and ask. Through his loving approach, he was able to answer many questions and remove many uncertainties. How different it was at the pregnancy gym. There, too, I had my questions. Afterwards, I heard from other participants that the leader had said that my delivery could be very difficult because I was asking so many questions. Due to the great attitude of Dr Krammer, who promised me he would be present at my delivery no matter what (which gave me a lot of confidence), I went through one contraction, followed by a few contractions and our son was born within 15 minutes. To which Dr Krammer again said I might as well be in the bush bush could have liked. This has always stayed with me.

Years ago, there was a trainee in our training who was struggling to start her own practice. She thought she would never be able to do it, that she would never be able to acquire the knowledge. She saw all sorts of bears in her path. She herself, by her own admission, had never come across the remedy Leadwort. At some point, she started working on it anyway and after a while found that she became more confident each time and eventually started a practice, together with her sister. They then rented a building with a kind of café/coffee house to make the threshold as low as possible (I don't know how else to describe it) and two practice rooms.
And as far as I know, very successful.

who keep crossing out their answers on a test,
who are very sensitive to the appreciation and approval of others,
who adapt quickly,
who always want what is "in", e.g. clothes,
who try to cheat at school, not because they don't know the answer, but to avoid making mistakes,
Who always look at what others do or say first,
who are very impressionable,
asking uninterrupted questions,
who have no opinion of their own.
These children benefit greatly from the blossom remedy Leadwort.

I have (of course) the cutest dachshund in the world. Sweetheart is her name. She goes everywhere with me. When we are at the annual International Therapist Fair, everyone knows her. She goes to everyone. Finds children the most fun there is. And she is the friendliest little dog I know. A few months ago, I found that she wasn't feeling so well....ogen probably just like that! Of course I could put together remedies for her myself but I still wanted to go to Stefan Veenstra,, so he could have a look at Liefje. He tested a weak pancreatic meridian. I was given Chinese herbs......but oh, how stupid of me. Natural.......Leadwort. Sweetie also always "asked" for confirmation. If someone rang the doorbell, she would come and get me. If I said it was fine, she did go alone. And there are many examples like that. That I hadn't thought of that. Now she has had one month of Leadwort and she knows what she wants again.

Leadwort-people are:
very studious, very diligent, inner insecurity, sensitive to judgement of others, accumulate knowledge without putting it into practice, tend to imitate others.

It's easy to hear them say:
I usually need a lot of time for my decisions and so I just ask others for advice.
I value the opinions of others.
I often doubt my own decisions.
I'm quite self-sufficient.
I often let others convince me against my opinion.
As soon as someone challenges my view, I start getting insecure.
I spend almost all my free time reading.
I definitely need outside confirmation before I want to put my decisions into action.

By Leadwort you are convinced of your own specific qualities and can therefore put them into practice. You also "listen" to what is important to you and you no longer allow yourself to be influenced by others. Leadwort lets you making real decisions in and about your life. You decide that now is the time to ....., whatever that means for you. You can do that quietly now and you "oversee" the decisions you are taking or will take.

Madeleine Meuwessen

*Bloom remedies are no substitute for medication. Please note that in case of doubt you should always consult a doctor.


Use of Blossom Remedies

The most important thing with blossom remedies is the frequency of intake. Blossom remedies are best taken as often as possible in a day with the golden guideline being; 4 to 6 times a day, with 4 drops at a time from the dispensing bottle. To use blossom remedies and a user bottle, here are the simple steps; take a clean and unused 30ml pipette bottle. First, fill the pipette bottle with spring water. After this, add one teaspoon of brandy as a preservative, then add the blossom remedies.

Take the stock bottle or stock bottles of the chosen blossom remedies and put 3 drops of each into the 30ml. pipette bottle. A second golden guideline is; 1 drop from the stock bottle(s) to 10ml of spring water. There is no need to shake the bottle before use as it only contains the vibrations of the plants and has no actual material content.

Then take 4 drops from the user bottle and drip it under the tongue. If you touch the dropper with the tongue, mould may develop in the bottle. Repeat taking the blossom remedies at least 4 to 6 times a day.

Flower remedies are not a substitute for medication and do not replace doctors or medical specialists. Please note that in case of doubt you should always consult a doctor.