Chinese Dragons

Chinese dragon

The Chinese dragon is the symbol of protection and success. It is regarded as the supreme being among all creatures. Temples and shrines have been built to honor Chinese dragons.

There are nine kinds of dragons, which are the earth dragon, the wind dragon, the sea dragon, the water dragon, the sky dragon, the fire dragon, the golden dragon, the mountain dragon and the heavenly dragon.

Chinese dragons control the rain, rivers, lakes, and seas. Being the divine mythical animal, the dragon can ward off wandering evil spirits, protect the innocent and bestow safety to all.

The dragon is traditionally associated with the east direction and it is believed that placing an image of a dragon on the east side of your home or office will protect you from negative energy and bring you great fortune.

The Chinese dragon & phoenix – for happy marriage

The Chinese dragon and phoenix are the perfect couple which symbolize yang (dragon )and yin (phoenix ) in feng shui.

The phoenix alone projects yang character but when the phoenix is shown together with a dragon or placed beside a dragon, it becomes yin.

The dragon and phoenix couple symbolize the emperor and empress and they represent a happy marriage blessed with success and prosperity.

The dragon and phoenix couple not only strengthens relationships, it can even relight the fires of a kindling relationship with the fiery energy of the phoenix.

It is also the perfect Chinese symbol for people who are single looking for true love, and it’s best if the image is placed in the southwest corner of your home.

The Turtle dragon ( Dragon head tortoise ) – for wealth , career & business success, long life, protection

This unique creature, the turtle dragon symbolizes awesome powers of the turtle and dragon plus four spiritually endowed symbols of luck in Chinese feng shui.

The creature has the head of a dragon, the body of a turtle, and it is sitting on coins and gold ingots. There is a baby turtle on its back.

The turtle symbolizes longevity . It is believed that the mythical turtle ( tortoise ) will be able to live 3,000 years without food and air.

Chinese Dragon symbolizes success, power, courage and determination.

Gold ingots symbolize wealth and prosperity.

Chinese ancient coins symbolize increasing your income.

Baby turtle symbolizes wonderful luck for all your descendents.

A great place to display this powerful image is in the north corner of your home, and it’s best if the material used to make this image is metal.

Dragon head sailing ship – For all kinds of success

The sailing ship is described as “smooth sailing success and riches which bring wealth and prosperity from wind and water. “. It is among the most desirable symbols of business & career success in Chinese culture.

Sailing ships are usually displayed near the entrance of a store or office and many coins or gold jewelry are placed on the ship. The sailing ship should be placed at a lower position than your coffee table.

A long time ago, many old-style Chinese entrepreneurs used the sailing ship as their logo since it symbolized the winds bringing more business, more trade and therefore more revenue.

Next to the dragon, the sailing ship is the most desirable symbol used by Chinese businessmen.

TheDragon head sailing ship is a combination of two success symbols, that become more powerful together and expand yang energy around the area.

It is said to bring favorable luck for all your goals, even personal accomplishment. Theposition of the sailing ship has to be coming in, not going away and no higher than your coffee table.

Dragon dance

During the Chinese new year, the dragon dance is held as a celebration to welcome the New Year and it is an important occasion for new store and new business openings. The Dragon dance is believed to create positive Qi energy. Similar dances are held during wedding ceremonies in China.


About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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