Fire is yang in character. Its motion is upward and its energy is convective.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Fire attributes are considered to be dynamism, spontaneous, and enlightening; however, it is also connected to restlessness. The fire element provides warmth, enthusiasm, and creativity; however, an excess of it can bring cold or hot Hatred, impatience, and impulsive behaviour. In the same way, fire provides heat and warmth; however, an excess can also burn.
Fire is associated with negative emotions of hate and desire and the positive emotion is joy, optimism and proprietary
The element plays an important role in Chinese astrology and feng shui. Fire is included in the 10 heavenly stems (the five elements in their yin and yang forms), which combine with the 12 Earthly Branches (or Chinese signs of the zodiac), to form the 60 year cycle.
Yang Fire years end in 6 (e.g. 1976). (Yang years end in an even number.)
Yin Fire years end in 7 (e.g. 1977). (Yin years end in an odd number.)
Flying Star Feng Shui uses number 9 to represent Fire.
The South corner releases energy of Fire as I Ching and Feng Shui states. It is generally referred as energy of destroying and rebuilding. It also directly relates to a lucky lovelife.
Cycles of Wu Xing
In the regenerative cycle of Wu Xing, wood engenders Fire as "fire is generated by rubbing together two pieces of wood" and it must be fueled by burning wood; Fire begets earth as "fire reduces everything to ashes, which become a part of the earth again".
In the restraining or in excess also called the conquest cycle,the Wisdom of water helps to give a base to the Heart fire so as to not burn out by overreacting or overreaching in daily life as "nothing will put out a fire as quickly as water's drive for self preservation."; Fire regulates metals excess tendency to be cut of,cold and aloof from people and life, when fire is in excess it overcomes metal's ability to have form and structure by affecting it's integrity, The metals ability to be stay straight and true becomes compromised. as it "can be melted and forged" by flame or heat.