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Fire Personality Type

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Warmth and light are the characteristics of Fire. It is dynamic and moving, lively and colourful, full of spark and vitality. To come into contact with it is to feel its presence. Fire always refers to Life in some way. We are of the Elements therefore we are the Element Fire. The healthy human being needs warmth, is warm, and gives warmth to others. The Fire is the homely hearth which creates the atmosphere of warmth and love.
Fire people are usually willowy with bright eyes, big smiles, and reddish colouring on the neck and chest. They are charming, fun, mischievous, easily excitable, and may change emotional states rapidly. They love change, bright colours, and environments that stimulate.
Fun and variety are the values associated with Fire.
Fire provides warmth, closeness and joy. When Fire is out of balance, it can be difficult to know appropriate contexts for closeness.
Likely behaviours
Inappropriately joyful (compulsively cheerful/miserable) and open with everyone.
Vulnerable, closed off or isolated
Supporting the Element
Give and receive warmth with appropriate people, with varying degrees of intimacy.
To have a healthy FIRE Element it is necessary to cultivate your energy to be like that of the summer time. This means living a more external life by interacting and communicating with others, enjoying the warmth of the sun and being outside as much as possible.
Fire needs us to try to become more creative by doing things (not just thinking about it!) This will bring us the natural joy of living a full and active life.
The following activities that promote and maintain a healthy FIRE Element are:
  • Having fun and being creative (e.g. music, painting and dancing).
  • Being in the now (mindfulness).
  • Working with our wisdom, understanding, intelligence and intuition.
  • Cultivating Universal love
  • Retaining a peaceful heart and mind, without fear.
Diet: Chinese diet is a broad subject very worthy of exploring. The Five tastes: Sour, Bitter, Sweet, Pungent/Spicy and Salty are only one way in which food can be classified. It can also be used according to its ‘energetic nature’ i.e. Hot, Warm, Cold, Cool and Natural; or by understanding its direction i.e. Inwards, Outwards, Downwards, Upwards. These qualities can also be affected by the way the food is cooked. Eating habits are very important for proper digestion, so regular meals should be taken with slow and mindful eating, using a variety of food. The quantity of it will also affect how the body processes that food to nourish our body.
Bitter is the taste of the Fire Element. Bitter food improves appetite, stimulates digestion and draws out phlegm. In excess, the bitter food can weaken the energy (Qi) and dry the moisture within us.
The diet of FIRE calls for plenty of cooling salads, greens and fruits with a good fluid intake. A lot of fresh food is available in the summer and this variety should be enjoyed to its full. Flavours can include some bitter foods which help calm the heart.
Rye, Asparagus, Caper, Chicory, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Pumpkin Seeds, Lamb, Liver, Parsley, White Pepper, Thyme, Turmeric, Black or Green Tea, Coffee, Beer, asparagus, celery, rye and alfalfa.

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