Zone: 8 - The Explosive Personality!
There is a sense of dissatisfaction that runs through this group.
These people are extremely quick to make decisions, quick to get bored, quick to change relationships, quick to wake up, talk, walk, and seem to live life right on the edge of exploding!
They are obsessive seekers, achievers and often winners. But it’s always, “on to the next thing”. They are incredibly alert and “switched on”, but the problem lies in switching off! They find it virtually impossible to find satisfaction and contentment within themselves.
These guys are almost always leaders, the loudest, the most colourful and innovative; they are followed, admired and chased by members of the opposite sex who find them fascinating and somewhat “hard to crack”, but inside they are often already broken.
Emotions don’t come easily here. They tend to be extreme. Either totally happy, or deeply sad; they can be totally detached about things or ridiculously possessed by an idea, dream or person. Once they find the right person for example, they are very happy - mainly because they think they have found a part of their lives, and themselves, that will finally bring peace! But if it all goes wrong, they lose a part of themselves very quickly and anger and resentment is not far behind.
Not prone to depression, they prefer to self-abuse with drugs, drink and other forms of stimulation. Inside, these people are very sensitive and caring, but also strangely conditional with their personal relationships and friendships. Along the way they have been blocked off from their emotions and certain feelings, and have taken to finding joy in the material world.
Stress is channelled out through constant movement and competitiveness. Aggression and anger will start to show when any movement or idea is blocked, they have a strong potential for violence, but as yet, they have it under control. Just!
Most of the problem here is the nervous system. The idea would be to do slow breathing exercises twice a day as described in yoga. It would be to draw excess movement to a halt and learn to focus on simple, slow and basic tasks with attention, detail and awareness. Try slowing your walk, speech and decision making process down one notch, judge less and listen more, because in doing this you will start to hear a calmer voice in your mind delivering you wisdom, inspiration and peace. Once in a while take a whole day off to relax, de-clutter your living environment or be with nature.