ometimes there are two options, sometimes more, and Scleranthus indecision affects both small and not-so-small decision. ‘Should I marry Joe or Peter?’ and ‘should I buy a red notebook or a blue one?’ may both be Scleranthus states. (But for life-changing decisions where we can’t easily define the alternatives, consider also Wild Oat.)
Sometimes the chronic uncertainty of the Scleranthus person manifests itself in other ways. There may be mood swings or motion sickness, for example. These symptoms are not infallible signs of a Scleranthus state, but they suggest this may be a remedy to consider.
Taking the remedy helps us know our what we want. We reconnect with our intuition and are able to choose simply and decisively.