Statue, statuette, dragon.
Traditional feng shui protection Imperial Dragon with 5 claws
High quality bronze with high copper content, this very qualitative bronze bears the name of purple bronze, giving it its characteristic color.
Performed by master bronzier.
Dragon dimensions: 22cm long by 10cm high by 11cm wide
Weight of 0.676kg
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THE DRAGON IN FENG SHUI
The dragon is almost always beneficial and helps gods and men to defeat the forces of evil or natural disasters.
l was one of the four animals symbolizing the cardinal points.
The dragon represented the sunrise so the East, spring and fertility, unlike for example the white tiger of the West.
As one of china's four sacred animals along with the Phoenix (Fenghuang), the Unicorn (Qilin) and the Turtle, the Dragon represents power and talent, so that brilliant people are often referred to as dragons.
The Year of the Dragon is a beneficial year, a sign of peace, wealth and good harvests.
The population remains very attached to the image of the dragon, especially in astrology. The Dragon sign is one of the most popular and sought after because it symbolizes power and success. It is also the years of the dragon that the birth rates are the highest in China.
The dragon is the animal of the Levant. It is blue or green. It is yang that predominates, a powerful masculine energy. Like the sovereign, he is a pivot between heaven and earth. It participates in the maintenance of harmony.
In Feng Shui, the dragon is an influential and sacred symbol believed to create a precious celestial Qi bringing strength, power and good destiny into our homes and workplaces.
Dragons guard our homes and surround us with protective energy. In addition, a crystal or pearl in the claw of the Feng Shui dragon represents wealth, power and breadth of possibilities.
The dragon symbolizes the vital life force as the cosmic breath of life or cosmic energy. It is this breath of life that energizes all things, animate and inanimate. The dragon is often depicted as playing with a fireball symbolizing this vital force. In the center of the fireball is the precious pearl that symbolizes the purest energy or elixir of life sought by the alchemist throughout the world.
Ancient art and the science of Feng Shui (literally: wind-water) use many techniques to remove obstacles to our success and good health while giving us the energy for maximum efficiency. One technique is to use the symbols appropriately to stimulate the action of the subconscious and act as an anchor in the subconscious to help us achieve our stated intentions. The image of the dragon has therefore been suggested for thousands of years as a remedy that requires courage, enthusiasm and positive results.
In this spirit, inviting a dragon, or dragons, to come and live in your home is a great symbolic gesture.
By placing a dragon statue or figurine anywhere in your home or office, you will energize an area of your life that can be obstructed and needs to be revitalized. A well-placed dragon will stimulate the introduction into your life of a harmonious and prosperous Cosmic Chi.
Symbolically, dragons, as an abundant and strong life force, represent prosperity. Indeed, the water in which many dragons are located symbolizes the money that flows towards you, accumulating in swimming pools, bubbling in fountains, flowing into streams. Images of flowing water are not as powerful as reality but certainly a dynamic substitute. You need a dragon in your home if your personal energy is down or there is no more money.
Since dragons can symbolize water and water symbolizes silver, the best color for dragons would be the color of water (black, dark blue green, light blue, etc.) or the color of silver (green or gold) or the color of vitality and energy (red). Without water, we cannot live. With abundant water, we can grow our crops and live quite abundantly. With financial abundance, we have the purchasing power and the means to share our abundance with others.
As abundance is symbolized by flowing water, the best material for making dragons is metal, which becomes liquid as it melts. The tradition of Feng Shui says that the metal element nourishes the element of water.
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