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Feng Shui Dragon

Dragon is considered one of the most powerful and valued symbols in Feng Shui. Chi, the energy, is referred as the 'Cosmic Breath' of the dragon. Infact, dragon symbolizes power, goodness and the spirit of change and transformation. It inspires and uplifts the personal spirit of growth and challenge of an individual. It is also considered the symbol of success and prosperity. It is used to enhance the element of metal anywhere in your space. Feng Shui dragons are recommended to be placed in the East or Southeast corner of your surroundings.

They are the traditional Chinese objects and help to add equilibrium and harmony to the environment. In China, the dragon symbol is visible everywhere, as it is a vital part of the Chinese culture and landscape. Ancient Chinese tales tell that dragon has the power to control the climatic and natural aspects like wind, rain or clouds. Therefore, they are very beneficial for the ones having agriculture related businesses. Dragons symbolize the masculine energy, "Yang" and are a source of activity and creativity.

The effect of using dragon depends on the location, where it is placed. It should never be placed in bedroom or any place meant for rest and relaxation as it boosts activity. Dragons correspond to number nine. According to the Chinese, number nine is associated with good luck. Protection, fertility and immortality are also some of the other things emphasized by the dragon in Feng Shui. Thus, the placement of the dragon should always be done keeping in mind its above attributes


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