Bazi Day Master | Fire – What Keeps YOU MOTIVATED? – Knowing Yourself And Your Personality (Traits) – Insights From Janet Yung (Part Four)

Bazi Day Master | Fire 

“I’m really passionate about what I do and will do what I can to be in the forefront of….” my business associate carried on enthusiastically over dinner last night.

Passion, a smile that lights up your face; light at the end of the tunnel…all these refer to the element of fire in a person’s make-up (Bazi Day Master)  in personality studies in the 2000-year-old Chinese metaphysical study of Bazi.

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”  

-Albert Einstein

“The only way to do great work is to love what you do.”

-Steve Jobs

As the above quotes show, without the “Fire” in us, it is difficult to wake up every single day going through the grind of the day, keeping us motivated to achieve the next milestone when there are obstacles or challenges along the way.  The Water element (link to previous article – gives us the influence of intuitiveness and insights but may bring about a pessimistic outlook.

On the other hand, the Fire element provides us with the drive, passion and optimistic outlook but may bring about a situation where we become too impatient for things to get going or the inability to say “No”, increasing the likelihood of an undelivered promise. Again, an equilibrium needs to be struck for a balanced and effective approach for success and happiness in life.

What are the characteristics of individuals born on the day of the Fire element?

Bazi Day Master                     :   Yang Fire (BING)

Key Characteristics     :    Open, Helpful and Routine-driven.

A Yang Fire person radiates warmth and friendliness like the far-reaching rays of the sun. They are usually spontaneous and sociable personalities who love to be able to influence others.  Like the sun that rises every morning, the Yang Fire personality type is consistent, loyal and performs well with routine. At the same time, this also makes them resistant to change and they tend to take a longer time to adjust to new concepts.

Bazi Day Master                     :            Yin Fire (DING)

Key Characteristics     :            Focus, Gentle and Meticulous.

Yin Fire individuals are warm and attractive – they tend to bring out the best in other people. They are also generous with their time and energy for their family and friends.  However, just like the candle, they can be fickle-minded and emotionally insecure.  When the Yin Fire personality type is too engrossed in igniting the proverbial fire in others, they can neglect their own well-being. As a result, they may end up burnt out and de-motivated.

More on “Earth” personalities next week. You can click here to find out your day element.

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The above article is written with reference to the time-tested Bazi – Asian personality profiling system. You can get the following personalized reports online:

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By Janet Yung

Feng Shui & Bazi Consultant. Author. Harmony Adviser