Fire offers comfort and warmth on the one hand but can also destroy and burn if left unattended or allowed to get out of control. It is an element that is powerful and needs to be respected. When using fire it is often wise to use only a small amount to stimulate the Feng Shui cycle you are looking at. Add too much and it can be too powerful. An example would be containing in a hearth or rinmg of stones. This is controlled. If the fire is allowed to get out of hand it can create a forest fire. Add too much fire of the fire element as a Feng Shui cure and it can have a destructive effect instead of a positive one.
How to recognize Fire Elements
The shapes, materials, plants and colour used to represent the fire element are listed in the table below:
|Steep pointed shapes.|
Electrical equipment when in use.
Flowers in the Fire colours.
Spiky plants like cactus
By using objects these that contain these features it is possible to balance the harmony within your building in line with Feng Shui principles.
Fire Type People
Fire people tend to be passionate & spirited about life. They make very good leaders and are self-driven. Fire people are also creative. If nothing is happening in their lives they are very good at creating a spark to get things on the move. A Fire person likes a new challenge and look for new things to take their interest. This sometimes means they have a tendency not to look carefully at something before leaping into it. Great successes can be created where things go their way. Conversely problems can be created when things don’t go as they would hope. Fire people like to be the centre of attention. They make very good speakers but are not very good listeners. They can be very flamboyant and passionate about life. In times of adversity Fire people make good warriors, going into battle as needed. Balance is a problem for the Fire person for without it they lack Patience.
Fine Arts, Garden Design, Teaching, Inventing, Electronics, Accounting and Cooking.
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