As a popular feng shui cure, dragons come in many sizes and variations of materials and color. A green dragon, for example, is an excellent feng shui cure for the East - health feng shui area - of your home, while a golden dragon can be a great feng shui cure for wealth and abundance.
Having a feng shui dragon in any part of your home is auspicious.
Do not place the feng shui dragon in lower-energy areas, such as the bathroom, the closets or the garage, and do not have too many dragons in your home. Feng shui-wise, the maximum recommended number of dragons in the home is 5.
Another feng shui recommendation is to avoid placing the dragon(s) too high, meaning not too high above the eye level.
If you want to place the dragon in the love & relationships feng shui area, it is best to pair it up with the feng shui symbol of the phoenix, as dragon & phoenix together are the ultimate feng shui symbol of marital bliss.
There are several ways to decide the best feng shui location and positioning of the dragon in your home. You can make your choice based on:
- Your best/lucky directions. Will it look good/harmonious in your home (in relation to all the other elements/it ems you have) if it will face one of your feng shui best/lucky directions? You can find out your lucky directions by first calculating your Kua number.
- The wealth star for the current year. The location of the feng shui wealth star changes every year, so you will have to change the dragon's facing direction, too. (Check where the feng shui wealth star is located this year)
- close to an open space, or in an open space
- facing towards the house (to bring in the energy of wealth) but not feel cramped/restricted by facing a close wall
- careful not to have the pearl in the dragon's claw facing toward the window or the door.
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