The exoticism and lofty symbolism of oriental style, legacy of a millennia-old continuous civilisation, provides an opulent counterpoint masterpiece to feng shui practitioners. The five-clawed dragon, emblem of imperial authority, holds the viewer’s attention in this unique decorative object. Writhing in the shape of an “8” (synonymous to infinity), the celestial creature signifies many endless good tidings leading to greater heights in your fortune, career and success. The bed of unlimited coins and gold ingot bring prosperity. The dragon is believed to have mythical powers like appearing and disappearing, changing its size and length and summoning the forces of nature. The dragon has almost never failed to become the most important pillar of luck for wealth, career and business. It is the emblem of financial growth, powerful protection, authority, success, wealth and reputation. Next, almost everyone who owns the Infinity symbol will reap benefits from it. Feng Shui master attribute its potency due to the power of “8”. In Hong Kong where Feng Shui is widely practised, if you ever open a bank account, one will only receive an account number that ends with the number “8” to signify fortunate outcome. Those displaying this powerful symbol will have the influence of the power of 8 and thus enjoy endless good luck and happiness. Display this dragon in offices and in living rooms to multiply your health luck, wealth luck, relationship luck and extreme good fortune in all areas of your life.
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What the Dragon symbolizes and how to place the object?
Dragon has an imperial and unsurpassed status. The chinese emperors called themselves the dragons which shows how diving and prestigious they were being considered. The Dragon brings upon the essence of life, in the form of its celestial breath, known to many as sheng chi. He has the ability to blow out cosmic “chi” from his breath, which is the base for studies of Feng Shui. Hidden in the caverns of mountains that are beyond reach or resting in deep seas, the dragon is able to transform and render itself visible or invisible to people. Some said the mountains, valleys, rivers, buildings and highways are all correlated to Dragon head, claws, tail, veins and his pearl, which translates to fundamental studies of feng shui. Besides drawing in water, the dragon also has the power to release water as it is the king of the ocean. That is why ancient emperors used to pray to Dragon God in times of draught or for less rain in times of flood. He yields energy and generate power in the form of the seasons, bringing water from rain, warmth from the sunshine, wind from the seas and soil from the earth. In other words, it is said that the Dragon is the ultimate representation of the forces of Mother Nature. The greatest divine force on Earth.
The Chinese Dragon is often seen as the heaven’s supreme symbol of vigilance and incredible strength. The dragon is in charge of the east quadrant of the heaven and represents sunrise, good beginning and hope. People also often refer to the left side of their house (inside looking out) as the green dragon and is also considered luckier than the right side’s White Tiger. Being the “yang” mythical animal, the Dragon can scare off wandering evil spirits, protect the innocent, bless one with safety and increases wealth to all that hold his emblem. The Chinese Dragon is look upon as the ultimate symbol of extremely good fortune. Today, all Feng Shui masters treat Dragon with great respect and have symbols of the dragon as their ultimate possession.
Although there are three types of dragons, one that lives in the sky, next in the sea and last one in the mountain, only the heavenly dragon is considered as the authentic species. In color it varies from green, red to gold. The Chinese Dragon does not blow out fire and is not an evil (like what is believed by some parties). Its breathe is filled with positive energy and sometimes turn into spouting water which is equivalent to wealth. A standard Dragon has 4 claws and an imperial dragon (symbollically used by higher authorities) has 5 claws representing its royalty. It is more desirable when a Dragon possesses a healthy look, active gestures with good motives and fat. A fat and healthy Dragon is the most essential characteristics needed for successful blessings.
The Dragon is a must for all aspirations you desire in life which could be gained from good Feng Shui:
- Having a dragon in any part of your home or premises or even in your car is auspicious for all your endeavours as it represents ultimate Feng Shui for the well-being of the entire family. The best location is to place the dragon in the east sector.
- Company logos with the image of a fat or pregnant Dragon dictates multiplication of business branches after branches successfully. If you do not desire to have a logo like this, you may choose to place a Dragon image in your Director’s office or most important area of your business premise for the same results.
- For those hungry for achievement, knowledge, advancement, fame, authority, power and status, and expect quick and excellent results, place the Dragon near your water features like aquarium or fountains.
- For those who are often sick or not feeling well, let the mighty Dragon blow the cosmic chi and liven up “yang” energy at the health sector (east and center) of homes. A healthy and strong Dragon symbolizes longevity as well.
- For career success, place a dragon behind you at work to ensure you are constantly improving and achieving your goals. He will ensure you to continue grasping your opportunities and counter office politics that could harm your progress.
- You can keep one, two, five, six or nine Dragons at home but it is safer not to over-populate more than 5 dragons that could evoke the heaven. Also it is not desired to have Dragons placed higher than our eye length to ensure they are under our control.
- You can also place the dragon by the window to face the sea, lakes or roads to help bring in wealth luck and prosperity. Remember that roads are considered as modern rivers in feng shui!