Domestic Violence and Temper Rising

Let’s face it – everyone has stress. We feel stressful at work, at play, in our sleep, and even when relaxing. It’s unavoidable. The way you deal with it can make a huge difference in your life and your family.

Some controlled their stress with stride. Some stressful people couldn’t take it and became violent, venting their anger and frustration on others. In the end, their blood pressure rises with flaring tempers. Some took to drinking, smoking, and taking drugs to escape from reality, or indulging on negative pursuits and habits. Some took up control and anger management and practising meditation, yoga and other relaxation exercises to calm their emotional thoughts.

Slapped… Whacked… Bang… Ouch! It Hurts…

Then you see the face got swollen, blood oozing out from the mouth or nose. Followed by cries and tears of helplessness on someone, and vengeful laughter from another. The next moment, you see cooking utensils, cups, books and papers flying – like the movie on paranormal activities or gangster attack. This time, it’s for real and right at home with your loved one who suddenly became violent.

You may relate easily to what I have described earlier. Perhaps you could just laugh it off, with the ignorant thought that “IT WOULD NEVER HAPPEN TO ME” attitude.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE is increasingly becoming a common irrational act these days, and could happen to anyone. Mel Gibson, Chris Brown, Michael Lohan, Gary Coleman and Tito Orbiz are just some of the celebrities reported for domestic violence.


In the Five Elements theory, FIRE is associated to burning desire, anger, anxiety, passion, warm, hot, tempers, fast and so on. It’s the catalyst to the “call for fast and fiery action”. And like the lighted candle, the fire will burn relentlessly until the wick runs out.

The EARTH element is associated to “change’, “freedom fighter”, stubbornness, mood swings, and so on. Check out my book “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling” for more traits associated to the Five Elements (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water).

Together, Fire and Earth are like the hot lava, the dry and cracked earth usually found after a long dry-spell or drought. Imagine the heat and temperature rising. And suddenly, you hear the sounds of cracking.

That’s what happens when a person suddenly “cracked’ and turned violent. They feel the anger, frustration and pressure. They channel their anger into action by venting their frustration on others.


OK, I know you have been patiently reading and waiting for the answer. When the numbers 8 and 5 are in close proximity, it can trigger the temperamental and anger traits.

Go ahead. Plot the EON chart of the celebrities I have mentioned, or someone you know who is hot-tempered, abusive, or violent in nature. Often, you could find the numbers 8 and 5 in close proximity.


If you have completed the “Power of Numbers” (PON) course earlier, it is important to extend your PON knowledge. Many PON students are good at personality profiling after completing the Mastery Level conducted by Dr Oliver Tan. However, I noticed many remembered the number patterns by heart. It’s the basic step to remember the pattern numbers. The next step is to discover the underlying principles why certain patterns do have certain tendency traits. If you want to improve your analytical skills, you need to incorporate better visualisation techniques into your analysis. You have read my book and digested the articles I have posted here. The discoveries I’ve made were from using such techniques.

There’s one secret I would like to share with you to improve your analytical skill. Work on the essential techniques of “Visualisation” and “Imagineering” approach in your analysis. You can learn the techniques at my workshop session. Once your knowledge has improve, you will discover there are more telltale signs than the number patterns.


I have shared with you here a basic approach to looking at the “elemental cause” when numbers 8 and 5 are in close proximity. I will post case study articles later to elaborate further. Enjoy digesting!

Meanwhile, feel free to send me an email if you have a question in mind.


Regards, Ron WZ Sun



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