The charteristics of one's personality can be illustrated by the natural activities in nature as poinaview has photographed. How is this possible? We are all connected. This means what you see in nature can give us clues to how our body reacts when we are feeling under the weather and why. I want to share with you briefly what this means.
Joy is the emotion associated with the Fire element; therefore pleasure is the main focus of these people’s lives. They seek gratification at every turn and can become jaded, driven to seek still more stimulation. They appear fun-loving and romantic but in fact may be unable to sustain their interest and excitement without external props and other people’s attention.
They dislike being alone. By themselves they feel lifeless; in company they come alive. Their easy excitability manifests as giggling and talkativeness. When they are not up, they are down. When they are not filled withexcitement, they feel empty and hopeless. Could this be you?
poinaview expresses this charter in his photography of the volcano. How do I arrive at this observation? Well have you seen the movie LAVA? It's a Hawaiian animation about two mountains. One (the Big Island) was very lonely and wished for a companion. Sound familiar?
Fire people, as they are hot by nature (Heat is the climate associated with the fire element). They should live on a low salt, natural food diet. They should not smoke or consume excess alcohol. Regular and gentle exercise, as well as relaxation techniques and stress management will help them relax. Fire type people are prone to anxiety, insomnia and depression. They are subject to physical problems of cardiovascular nature such as hypertension, palpitations, arrhythmia, arterial circulation problems and ailments such as sweating, varicose veins, haemorrhoids and high cholesterol.