An auspicious piece of Feng Shui jewelry that is wealth-attracting, empowering, protective and beautiful to wear.
Every Feng Shui practitioner knows that the presence of the magnificent dragon bestows the magical chi of this divine creature, attracting success luck, and good fortune. In Chinese culture, the number nine is considered to be one of the most powerful and auspicious numbers that exist.
The nine sons of the celestial Imperial Dragon are all auspicious in their own way, for the power they possess to combat negativity. The sons are often considered as powerful as their father in the particular attributes they possess.
Characteristics of the Nine Chinese Dragons
P'u-lao: Alerts one to danger, and serves as a protector. Often engraved on bells, sacred singing bowls, and gongs.
Ch'iu-niu: Creator of Yang energy through the use of ancient dragon music.
Pi-his: Provider of knowledge, luck and upholds the virtue of finer education.
Pa-hsia: Provider of strength and support when called upon during times of need.
Chao-feng: Guardian of the holy places, sacred lands, and holy temples.
Chih wen: Symbolizes the power of water over fire.
Suan-ni: Mighty protector and emblem against theft, loss or betrayal of any kind.
Yai-tzu: Protector and guardian against any physical harm.
Pi-kau: Defends again litigation, verbal disputes, or false accusations.