Do you dream of dragons, find yourself doodling the winged creature whenever you get a chance, or even collect dragons? If so, your spirit may resonate with the dragon’s vibration. It’s obvious the dragon is strong and fierce, which is what you need in a good protector, but he or she has a wide range of other characteristics too.
If a dragon has come to you, then it can be a message to have courage and proceed onward, keeping your faith in yourself and emotional balance. The dragon symbolizes our magical side. The appearance of one is a reminder to call on our psychic gifts. Yes, everyone has them.
Dragons were present at the dawn of time. Their ancient heritage allows them to affect all the elements, earth, fire, water, and air. What little we know about dragons is they hatch out of eggs and can shed their skins similar to snake. This makes them a transformative force.
The Celts had more than one type of dragon and each one ruled over different things.
The Fire Dragon was probably the totem animal of blacksmith. It had the gifts of transmutation (changing), energy, and mastery. It also symbolized enthusiasm, courage and vitality. The fire dragon gives you the gumption to run your race. The dragon is a natural leader and strong protector.
The Air Dragon carries within its wings, insight, inspiration and vibrancy. Respect this dragon and you’ll be blessed with new levels of intellectual knowledge and psyche ability. You’ll have the ability to see through your problems to the end solution. How great is that!
The Earth Dragon is probably what Smaug was in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit because this dragon loves power and riches. He’ll also reveal to you your potential and the wealth you’re capable of obtaining. With the dragon’s help, you’ll uncover the beauty and power within. The Earth Dragon resides deep in the Earth, often in caves, which means he’s a good grounding creature. Unlike the air dragon, this animal has mass. In your meditation, imagine an earth dragon around you as impenetrable as a mountain.
The Water Dragon swims deep in the emotional waters. She brings connections to each other and to ourselves. She shows us where our passions lie. She’s also good for revealing our hidden desires and half-forgotten memories. By resurrecting the painful past, she helps create a sense of balance in our lives. The sensitive dragon demonstrates compassion in an effort to encourage us to do likewise.
Other Dragon Connections
Chinese’s New Year starts includes a many-legged dragon running down the street. It brings good luck and prosperity to all the participants. In the Christian depiction of St. George and the dragon, the dragon represented Pagan religions. It is for this reason the dragon is usually quite small. The artists did not want to allude that there were many non-Christian religions. It might have been the difference between getting paid and not paid.
Has a dragon come to visit you? If so, honor it, by learning all you can about it. Too often, writers who never took the time to learn about the wondrous abilities of dragons portrayed dragons as the baddies in the movies. Take time to learn.