Fears and worries of unknown origin.
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Repeating the same mistakes over and over.
Giving easily, but expecting too much in return. Clingy and codependent behavior.
Feeling overwhelmed and depressed, there is too much to do.
Despondency due to a setback, easily discouraged.
A feeling of extreme hopelessness and despair, pessimism.
The urge to unload their worries on others.
Feelings of jealousy, envy, revenge, suspicion.
People who prefer to dwell on past happinesses or misfortunes.
“Monday morning” feeling with a sense of staleness and lack of variety in life.
Feeling not as competent as others, expecting failure and often don’t bother trying.
Tendency to be nervous, timid and shy. Remedy for known fears.
Feeling depressed and melancholic for no reason.
Guilt and self-reproach, not necessarily based on any actual wrong-doing.
A panicky, terrorstruck fear that makes conscious thought next to impossible.
Indecisiveness, difficulties choosing an option or making decisions.
After-effects of trauma or traumatic experience.
Hopeless despair and intense sorrow after a shocking experience.
Strong-willed and highly strung with a mind that races ahead of events.
Overly confident and tyrannical. Dominating by force alone.
Upright, quiet and dignified. To prefer one's own company.
Aimless and unsure about one's life goals.
Apathy, disinterest in life. Lack of ambition.
Feeling resentful and bitter about life. Self-pitying.
A combination of five essences for times of crisis or emergencies.