Dragon has an imperial and unsurpassed status. The Chinese emperors called themselves the dragons which show how diving and prestigious they were being considered. The Dragon brings upon the essence of life, in the form of its celestial breath, known to many as “Sheng Qi”. He has the ability to blow out cosmic “Qi” from his breath, which is the base for studies of Feng Shui. Hidden in the caverns of mountains that are beyond reach or resting in deep seas, the dragon is able to transform and render itself visible or invisible to people. Some said the mountains, valleys, rivers, buildings, and highways are all correlated to Dragon head, claws, tail, veins, and his pearl, which translates to fundamental studies of feng shui. Besides drawing in water, the dragon also has the power to release water as it is the king of the ocean. That is why ancient emperors used to pray to Dragon God in times of drought or for less rain in times of flood. He yields energy and generates power in the form of the seasons, bringing water from rain, warmth from the sunshine, wind from the seas, and soil from the earth. In other words, it is said that the Dragon is the ultimate representation of the forces of Mother Nature. The greatest divine force on Earth.
The Chinese Dragon is often seen as heaven’s supreme symbol of vigilance and incredible strength. The dragon is in charge of the east quadrant of heaven and represents sunrise, a good beginning, and hope. People also often refer to the left side of their house (inside looking out) as the green dragon and is also considered luckier than the right side’s White Tiger. Being the “Yang” mythical animal, the Dragon can scare off wandering evil spirits, protect the innocent, bless one with safety, and increases wealth to all that hold his emblem. The Chinese Dragon is looked upon as the ultimate symbol of extremely good fortune. Today, all Feng Shui masters treat dragons with great respect and have symbols of the dragon as their ultimate possession.
Although there are three types of dragons, one that lives in the sky, next in the sea, and the last one in the mountain, only the heavenly dragon is considered as the authentic species. In color, it varies from green, red to gold. The Chinese Dragon does not blow out fire and is not evil (like what is believed by some parties). Its breath is filled with positive energy and sometimes turns into spouting water which is equivalent to wealth. A standard Dragon has 4 claws and an imperial dragon (symbolically used by higher authorities) has 5 claws representing its royalty. We sell only dragons that have a healthy look, active gestures with good motives, and fat. Fat and healthy Dragon is the most essential characteristic needed for successful blessings.
The Red Fire Dragon is a must for all aspirations you desire in life which could be gained from good Feng Shui.