Finding Balance: Understanding the Dangers of Overabundance

Elements Of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling Ron WZ Sun EON Five Elements Numerology FEON Meganworx


The Chinese metaphor, “too much water, wood will drift or float,” suggests that an excess of something can cause a loss of control or stability.

Here’s the breakdown of the metaphor:

Elements of Numbers (EON) Ron WZ SunToo Much Water – Symbolises an overabundance or excess. In traditional Chinese philosophy, water often represents flexibility and adaptability, but it can also signify an overwhelming force, depending on the context.

Wood Will Drift or FloatWood, when placed in Water, naturally floats or drifts away. This part of the metaphor illustrates the consequences of excess (the water) on another element (the wood). Here, wood losing its stable position and drifting implies a loss of grounding or control.

This metaphor can be applied to various situations where too much of any one thing – be it resources, power, or emotions – can lead to instability or unpredictable outcomes.

For example, it could describe a business scenario where excessive investment in one area leads to unmanageable outcomes, or in a personal context, where overwhelming emotions result in decisions that stray from one’s usual rational considerations. It serves as a cautionary note that balance is essential, and excess can disrupt equilibrium, causing adverse effects.



Get the Book Now!Let’s consider another perspective. A wooden boat will float on the sea—that’s common knowledge. However, what might happen in stormy weather with tsunami-like waves crashing over it? The boat could survive with little damage, capsize, sink, or break apart.

If the sail attached to the boat for steering gets damaged and there’s no oar to paddle, would the boat still be able to head in the desired direction? Assuming it hasn’t broken or sunk, the boat would aimlessly float on the stormy or calm sea after the storm has passed.

However, without a sense of direction, the person on the boat must have a working GPS or a functional compass to steer towards their intended destination.

If there are no working navigational tools on hand, those on board would wait for rescue. What if no one came? By now, you can probably visualise the scenario and its potential outcomes—a safe and happy ending or tragic moments of sadness and loss.

Let’s rewind to when you were waiting to be rescued, having spent days on a boat or clinging to a piece of wood from the broken vessel. What might happen?

You might have felt hungry and dehydrated, hallucinated, become emotionally fearful, thought irrationally, worried about sharks attacking you, experienced regret, blamed others for sabotaging you, or remained confident and hopeful that someone would rescue you.



The Elements of Numbers (EON) method stands out because it teaches you to look beyond numbers and, in some cases, even beyond the elements when applying the visualisation technique. As depicted earlier, this technique is not secretive; it simply involves using common sense and observational knowledge gained from personal experiences, watching movies and documentaries, or reading news and websites to correlate the numbers or patterns in a chart.

Every person has different story to tell. Stop the stereotypes and bias. Elements of Numbers. Five Elements NumerologyWhen these numbers appear in the Birth Chart, it indicates a high likelihood that the person will experience intense emotions, akin to a wooden boat in stormy seas. If these numbers are also present in periodic charts, such as the Personal Year chart, the individual may encounter varying levels of intensity throughout that period.

It’s logical, isn’t it? It’s also easy to apply this visualisation technique of the EON method without your mind being glued to perceived assumptions about numbers and number patterns, especially those that are derived from other profiling methods.



In EON, the numbers 2 and 7 are associated with the Water element, while 4 and 9 are linked to the Wood element. Let’s say you have Root 9 in location O of your birth chart. When you have the 2-7-9 or 7-2-9 patterns in locations M-N-O or P-Q-R, with a single set or multiple sets in a chart, and if there are numbers 2 and/or 7 elsewhere in close proximity to that location, the tendency signs suggesting “too much water; wood will drift or float” might occur. Similarly, if a Personal Year chart or any other chart, has multiple presences of the Water element, the same scenario is likely to happen as well.

Even if you don’t fully understand what I mean, take advantage of the FEON+ v1.x (Android) software and observe the colours blue and green. If there is a large group of blue colours (2 or 7) surrounding fewer green colours (4 or 9), the aforementioned scenario might occur.

Click here to purchase and register the FEON+ v1.x software if you own an Android smartphone and want to save your case study records as well.

Know yourself through Elements of Numbers (EON) Profiling methodYou can also try out the online FEON+ Lite (with reduced features compared to FEON+ Pro) by clicking on this link:

After reading this article, if you understand, you’re heading in the right direction towards grasping the Elements of Numbers (EON) method and will be able to apply its techniques quickly with more practice and learning. Don’t worry if you’re still confused; it’s often easier to learn through an actual walkthrough or by attending courses.



Not the right Path. Use Elements of NumbersThere is no such thing as the best solution, just like the commercialised LifeCode ornament sold by some trainers. Every problem has different ways to resolve it, and the ideal solution at the time of the problem or issue might not be the best but is necessary to prevent detrimental impact from manifesting.

Regarding the boat story, what are the preventive measures? Bring a water-resistant GPS and directional compass; wear them instead of putting them in a bag. Wear reflective clothing. Plan for all emergency “what ifs” scenarios that might occur if you decide to take a small boat out to the open sea, for whatever reason, and arrange to track your GPS movement in real-time with someone on land.

The worst mindset is the complacent “nah, it won’t happen to me” attitude. This is why some successful people become victims of their own success; they lower their guard with the “since I’m successful, I know what to do” attitude, without any contingency response or a Plan B.

You are successful not because you possess a wonderful, smart, and visionary mind, but because you have a great team that makes it happen, creating the successful outcomes you desire. Without the team, your success is merely theoretical rather than practical, unless you are truly hands-on in every step of the tasks and can replicate the process if necessary.  In worst scenario, you might become the “victim of your own success.”

Even with perfect replication of past success, agility and a flexible mindset are essential. Recognising that every situation is different, and some are unique, a rigid “been there, done that” mentality can hinder the recreation of previous successes.

Adopting a critical thinking mindset transforms every obstacle into an opportunity to identify new workarounds, ultimately expanding your toolkit for success. As you progress, remain humble, help others along the way, and share your experience and knowledge; they might be the ones to help you achieve success even faster and more effectively.

Learn profiling using Elements of Numbers EONSocial, political, and economic needs, as well as business requirements, have changed due to inflation, unpredictability, impending war fears, and the pandemic. A solution that proved workable years ago might not be suitable in today’s context. Therefore, you need to reinvent, reskill, and retrain your thoughts on how to continuously improve and adapt known solutions to work for today’s and future problems before they lead to a crisis.

Transformational change is about understanding its application through the systems-thinking profiling approach of the Elements of Numbers (EON) method. This goes beyond the fundamentals – numbers, patterns, and elements – to applications and solutions.



You will either step forward into growth or you will step back into safely. Elements of Numbers

Explore using the free FEON+ Lite or FEON+ v1.x (Android) to practice your profiling. See if you can correlate what’s mentioned in this article with your chart and figure out the underlying meaning. Starting in September this year, which is just a few months away, I will resume conducting EON/FEN classes, either in-person or online.

With the current unpredictability, spend your hard-earned money wisely. Avoid spending unnecessarily on commercialised remedy gimmicks or fear-based lessons. Gather feedback or ask around – the last thing you want is to pay too much elsewhere and get so little from others who promote perceived differentiation in their profiling methods.

Continue to read past articles and try to learn the EON method as much as possible. For those of you who have bought or read my EON book, “Elements of Numbers: Fast and Easy Character Profiling,” apply what you’ve learned from the book for now. Once the course becomes available, you can rest assured that you’ll learn even more relevant techniques that go beyond numbers or number patterns. The more you practice, the more you’ll progress, improve, and take charge of your personality and life path.

Elements of Numbers. Ready to ChangeAlways remember the phrase, “Many roads lead to Rome,” and understand that what might work for others may not work for you. Their best solution may not be the best for you, or worse, it could be detrimental. So, find your own solutions with the right profiling knowledge to improve your problem-solving toolkit.

Please feel free to email me at if you need clarification, require advice, or wish to share your feedback on the EON methods for my continuous improvement.

Regards, Ron WZ Sun








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