Designed in collaboration with artist from the Academy of Fine Arts in Hong Kong, the piece boasts over 200 glittering swarovski golden crystals, an auspicous color representing power and prosperity. Symbolizing stability, recognition, strength and permanence, this omnipotent dragon ensures that however crazy the energy gets, however quickly the world changes around us, we can dig our heels deep and stay grounded with our values and our visions intact. It brings you influence ad command and will make people listen to you. Besides blessing one with wealth, it brings the luck of rank and position, and boosts one’s chances when it comes to promotion and upward mobility, whether in one’s career or in any climb to the top of any organization. Providing an opulent counterpoint masterpiece to feng shui practitioners and a must have for feng shui masters themselves, the five-clawed dragon, emblem of imperial authority, 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. 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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24 Mountains Brass Plate
The shape, element and meaning associated to all characters on it serves as a communication tool to the heaven and transmit messages to the cosmic universe where all your wishes of success will be granted. This will align the auspicious object to cosmic forces and empower it with greater power.
The 24 Mountains Plate has the following characteristics:
- Tai Chi Symbol – complement each other according to the theory of “Yin Yang” to generate “balance”. When balance is attained, negativities diminish to give way to positivities!
- “Early Heaven” 8 Trigrams of the Bagua – are used in Taoist cosmology to represent the fundamental principles of reality, seen as a range of eight interrelated concepts. Each consists of three lines, each line either “broken” or “unbroken,” representing yin or yang, respectively.
- 45 Stars – formed by a total of nine sets of stars; 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
- 8 Natures of the Trigrams – namely fire, earth, marsh, heaven, water, mountain, thunder and wind.
- 24 Mountains Names and Markings – A total of 4 cardinal directions and 4 subdirections are further divided into three directions each. For example, east is subdivided into E1, E2 and E3 and each related to a mountain’s name.
- Hidden under the plate is the inscription of “99 FUK CHARACTERS”. The chinese character “fuk” expresses the sentiment “luck”. Therefore, a hundred of them becomes an auspicious connotation that multiplies your good luck by 99 times more. It is actually a symbolic representation of the “God of Luck” (Fuk Xing), whom originated as a lucky star and was believed to bring good fortune. The character symbolizes family happiness, fulfillment, good relationships and mutual love uninterrupted by illnesses, setbacks and sufferings. It also brings power, authority and wealth. Feng Shui masters believed that it is the strong chi contained in the strokes of this powerful chinese character that brings out all these wonderful properties. During the Ching Dynasty, Emperor Kang Hsi wrote this chinese character for his long-ailing empress mother and hang it in her bedroom. As a result, her empress mother recovered and lived to a riped age of a hundred. Since then, the character is also believed to bring curitive and longevity advantages. All in all, the “99 FUK CHARACTERS” bring you complete good fortune, material luck, protection, peace, confidence and genuine happiness in your wealth accumulation.
What the Dragon symbolizes?
The 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.
- 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 denotes 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 premises for the same results.
- For those who are 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!