This is a beautiful porcelain figure of the Dragon Tortoise depicted sitting on a bed of coins and gold ingots. The Dragon Tortoise is seen with its babysitting on its shell, which symbolizes wonderful descendant luck with obedient and healthy children. Coupled with the coins and gold ingots, it represents good fortune and wealth for many generations!
What the Dragon Tortoise symbolizes and how to use this symbol to enhance your Feng Shui
The Dragon Tortoise is a celestial creature said to be a hybrid of the celestial dragon with the sturdy and steadfast tortoise and is displayed by many Feng Shui practitioners to bring great fortune to their homes or workplaces.
The dragon-headed tortoise is a powerful symbol attracting support, wealth, and good luck. Dragon tortoise is for stunning career luck; it symbolizes the combination of the dragon’s courage, determination, and success, and the tortoise’s longevity of tenure, ensuring a long and successful career. It is a must-have if you are in the business or in a cutthroat corporate environment.
Here is how you can use the Dragon Tortoise Carrying Child to Feng Shui your way to a better life.
1. Place a figurine of the Dragon Tortoise Carrying Child on your desk or behind you to gain the support of your boss, counter office politics, and get you the promotion you deserve.
2. Place the Dragon Tortoise Carrying Child in the East sector of your house to ensure your family being blessed with good health and longevity. The East sector governs family relationships and health luck based on Pakua’s 8 Life Aspirations.
3. Place the Dragon Tortoise Carrying Child in the Education sector (Northeast) or the study desk. It is a fantastic energizer for scholastic finesse and superior knowledge.
4. If you Place the Dragon Tortoise Carrying Child in the sector facing where the Three Killings is coming from, it can help to dissolve the bad Chi from the Three Killings and prevent you from being betrayed, cheated, and suffering the loss of some kind.
Do not put this symbol directly in front of you where you are sitting as if you were confronting it.