Jon Sandifer

In fond and loving memory of
Jon Sandifer
You have inspired so many and will continue to do so


9 Fire Star

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Natural, active energy drives you to situations where your inspiring and passionate nature can effect positive change. Always in touch with what's new and interesting, you are proud, not so very practical, but you always see the bigger picture.

As your Star Sign proclaims, your true strength is lighting up the world for others so they can see more clearly. Yet this must be done with total recognition that you can burn yourself out all too easily. Fire can seem to burn erratically but when its energy is properly directed even the impossible seems possible. Where others struggle to see the path ahead, you can effortlessly illuminate it for them.

On a personal level your moods can change very quickly:

One minute you can appear excited, enthusiastic and full of optimism and the next tired, despondent and seemingly uninterested. And this is where your natural inclination to always help and inspire others can bring stability to your life. When your energy starts to flag, you can see it living on in the lives and efforts of others.

Although it almost goes without saying, you have a short fuse. A somewhat explosive temper dissipates easily and seldom engenders any deep-seated resentments, But it is a well to remember that bulls and china shops are not well equipped to deal with each other. Never be tempted to judge a book by its cover, your tendency to focus on the externals makes you sensitive emotionally, especially when you are criticised for it.

In relationships your nature makes stagnation impossible, but your fiery energy must have space. Your Fire helps the Metal at the core of the 6 Heaven and 7 Lake Stars from becoming too rigid or stubborn. The 1 Water Star keeps you in check so that you dazzle but do not burn! You need to space to be creative and shun fixed schedules and over-bearing folk.

The fire element in Chinese medicine governs the function of the heart. Be careful not to put undue pressure on your circulation by pushing yourself to the limits. Take time every day and at every change of season to relax, unwind and recharge. This is doubly important in the winter months when the your element is at a low ebb. As far as exercise is concerned, go for the social rather than solitary and I would suggest plenty of dancing, singing.

Born under the 9 Fire Star:

  • Bill Gates
  • Mother Theresa
  • Donald Trump
  • Whoopi Goldberg
  • Jack Nicholson
  • Florence Nightingale
  • Walt Disney
  • Kate Moss
  • Martin Luther King
  • Cher