This Blue Celestial Water Dragon will benefit every household in the year of the Ox 2021 because the #6 Heavenly Star dominates the center of the Lo Shu square. You can display it anywhere but displaying it in the center of your home or office in the year 2021 will especially enhance the #6 Star and boost growth energy and good chi. Good fortune, windfall luck, and mentor luck will follow as the result. When your mentor/nobleman luck is good, individuals and organizations in a position will somehow find their way into your life and open doors for many new lucrative opportunities for you. Success and abundance will manifest.
This mighty yet benevolent Dragon is depicted grasping a pearl in its claws to represent prosperity and career success. It is a highly sought-after symbol and would make a worthy addition to any Feng Shui collection. The Dragon, which is the most potent symbol of Yang, is one of the four celestial animals in Feng Shui. It is a mystical creature that has held an emblem since ancient times when it was believed to transfuse vitality, courage, and heroism to the beholder. The dragon symbolizes power, excellence, divinity, nobility, and valiancy.
For the Chinese people and for all followers of Feng Shui, the Dragon is the most highly revered animal out of all others, extremely auspicious and always treated with the highest sense of veneration. The Dragon is regarded as the strongest symbol of good fortune and prosperity because the Dragon is believed to emit a special form of chi, known as “Sheng Chi” or “Celestial Breath”. Feng Shui is essentially all about capturing and creating Sheng Chi. It is this “essence of life” energy that attracts wealth luck, good fortune, good luck, abundance, and success to the area lucky enough to receive it. It is for this reason that the dragon is such a popular lucky symbol used to enhance business success and prosperity.
In Feng Shui term, mountain ranges are often described as dragons. It is not difficult to see how an undulating highland resembles a mythical dragon. Thus, Feng Shui practitioners would look for the ‘dragon’ when they evaluate a piece of property. This topography analysis would be able to tell whether an area or property has good feng shui or not. It is the same analysis that revealed Singapore has five dragons – which explains her economic strength and level of prosperity.