Fire Peo­ple

Asian Geographic - - The Element -

You know a fire per­son when you see one. They take risks and are ad­ven­tur­ous, brave, con­fi­dent, mo­ti­vated and am­bi­tious. They are hon­est, en­thu­si­as­tic, strong, en­er­getic, pro­gres­sive, quick-wit­ted, in­ven­tive and cre­ative, and have ex­cel­lent lead­er­ship qual­i­ties. They ac­tively pur­sue goals and are full of youth­ful spirit.

The el­e­ment of fire gov­erns a per­son’s el­e­gance and man­ner­isms, and if bal­anced, the per­son be­haves ap­pro­pri­ately, el­e­gantly and gra­ciously. Fire also rep­re­sents pas­sion, and so if a per­son’s fire is weak, he might get de­pressed eas­ily and of­ten feel in­ad­e­quate.

Fire types show qual­i­ties in­her­ent in sum­mer, so they ap­pear out­go­ing, warm, lively and so­cia­ble. The fire en­ergy is up­ward and ex­pand­ing – a strong dy­namic, mas­cu­line en­ergy which can be rest­less and highly cre­ative. The neg­a­tive emo­tion as­so­ci­ated with fire is overex­cite­ment and hys­te­ria, which hap­pens when the en­ergy is un­bal­anced, and the pos­i­tive emo­tion is joy and cre­ativ­ity. A fire per­son is usu­ally good with relationsh­ips, in­ti­macy, and is fun to be around. How­ever, an ex­cess of this el­e­ment is said to cause ag­gres­sive be­hav­iour and some­times ha­tred.

Fire types are prone to oph­thalmo­dy­nia (headaches around the eyes), tin­ni­tus, dry tongue, dry mouth, en­cephalopa­thy (brain dis­ease), chest pain, hy­per­ten­sion, coro­nary heart dis­ease, in­di­ges­tion and ske­las­the­nia (weak­ness of the legs).

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