May 19, 2008

Praseodymium is the last remedy in the primordial part of the lanthanides. It is in stage 5, the same stage as Vanadium (ironseries) and Niobium (silverseries). The astrological sign here is cancer, the primordial soul.

Nurturing, support, emotional bonding, belonging, roots, source. Ground of your being. The unconscious, feelings, emotion, first emotional attachments to the world. Mothering, emotional and physical nurturing. Experiences and imprinting during infancy and childhood. Family, ancestors, heritage, relationships to the past. Belonging, feeling at home, caring. Feeling supported, that needs are provided for. Insecurities and fears if your needs haven’t been fulfilled.

Stage 5 has the polarity between claiming and abandon with the purpose of stable emotions. But in order to get stable, the complement capricorn has to be integrated. Capricorn has the polarity of formal and depressed with the purpose of construction.

So Praseodymium in stage 5 is the phase of achieving stable emotions in the process of interactive (gemini) integration (scorpio) which is the goal of the lanthanides as a whole.

In Secret Lanthanides it is about a cautious quality.

Hesitant, not daring to do what they feel their own plan, keep looking from which side problems can arise.  

Next: Neodymium

One Response to “Praseodymium”

  1. The hesitation typically for Praseodymium can be manifest (or expressed) by claiming that certain goals are out of reach because of the situation in the world, projecting their feelings on the universal layer, world, governments, society.

    They feel abandoned and have great empathy with people who are in a similar situation of isolation, like people in a death row.

    The world or society in which they live represents a unbearable limit for their own development. Instead to try to improve their own situation, they claim that the world will not allow it, that the collective consciousness is not ready for such a change. This limit is felt like a pressure and Arnica montana is related to the lanthanide row, especially to Praseodymium.

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