• Agrimony
    • Agrimony

    The Abandonned - Agrimony

    Agrimony - Helps to overcome the necessity to deny your desperate feelings,
    put off your mask and show your true self.

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    Agrimony - Agrimonium eupatorium

    The abandonned or you can call him orphan as well of the Agrimony type decides to do just so, as if he does not care. The despair and the pain to be all alone in the world and the belief that this is his own fault, is unbearable. He tries to simply ignore the horror and to behave as if nothing is going on. He puts on a cheerful face and plays the clown. That makes him popular but  he also depending, since as soon as he is alone with himself, the pain comes back up.

    Agrimony helps him not to suppress the feelings but accept and work on them. It boosts self-confidence, as he learns to be true to himself as well as others.


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