What kind of dragon feng shui is this?

On September 10, 2013, in Feng Shui Jade, by admin

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And where should I place it? What does it symbolize and such? Thank you.

Alan has basically told you all there is to know about these figurines. I can only add that I saw them many times in the Forbidden City, the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty, and is located in the middle of Beijing, China. Very beautiful, I brought a pair home, right and left, carved out of Jade with ruby eyes, and they are nothing but good luck,just don’t put them on the floor or above your head, eye level is good, and if you have a pair do not separate them.

 

4 Responses to What kind of dragon feng shui is this?

  1. Cece says:

    Dragon /lion figurines are too strong to be placed in the house unless the people who lived inside the house have strength and power like a judge, an army general etc otherwise it will bring sickness and unrest for the people living there. I did not open the link and tell you about fung swee"
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  2. ? says:

    Watch "Rl Stine The Haunting Hour: Bad Feng Shui", then you’ll know what it is about.
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  3. Alan says:

    Those particular dragons are better known as Fu dogs, which are not dragons at all. They are not even dogs for that matter, but actually Lions. As guardians imbued with mystical protective qualities they have decorated palatial, commercial and domestic entrances in various forms ranging from statues to door knockers.

    Although they were first used in China from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) the Chinese word “Fu” means wealth. Adding the protective influence you can easily see why its use has spread throughout Asia.

    Again because of the “wealth” aspect some schools of feng shui use them to reinforce thought processes, although traditional Chinese feng shui prefers to use existing furniture, fixtures and fittings. Its application can be so subtle that it’s often referred to as the feng shui you don’t see, but feel instead.
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    http://www.feng-shui-school.com/

  4. Rederig says:

    Alan has basically told you all there is to know about these figurines. I can only add that I saw them many times in the Forbidden City, the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty, and is located in the middle of Beijing, China. Very beautiful, I brought a pair home, right and left, carved out of Jade with ruby eyes, and they are nothing but good luck,just don’t put them on the floor or above your head, eye level is good, and if you have a pair do not separate them.
    References :

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