Aster people need attention. They like to cling to others so that they are not alone. They can suffer from hypochondria (something you should take very seriously, because it can take their entire life). They quickly feel sorry for themselves. They very much want to be the center of attention and often speak the highest word. This is expressed by “telefonitis”. They always have the phone to hand so that they can always reach someone, whoever. In the doctor’s waiting room you often recognize these people because they openly tell about their terrible condition whether you listen or not. Medical students also often suffer from this (unconscious) fear during their education. You feel the blossom as a supporting arm around your shoulders. It encourages, cares, comforts and encourages. You get the feeling of basic confidence again. For example, if you are in a relationship where you feel that you are maintaining that relationship because you cannot be alone, the Aster will trust that you can do it yourself. You no longer need the attention you sought from others, positive or negative, conscious or unconscious.