The Three Dragons Layout

The Three Dragons Layout

 

 

Difficulty:  Moderate

 

In Chinese culture the Dragon is generally considered a sign of great luck and power. However in mahjong, the red, green, and white dragons represent three distinct influences that can affect your life. The Dragon Reading creates a relationship between sets of tiles to each Dragon, to explore how the 3 Dragons will influence you now and in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Your Three Dragons Reading

 


The Red Dragon
Red
Dragon

The Green Dragon
Green
Dragon

The White Dragon
White
Dragon
     

 
 
 
 
  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Red Dragon


The Red Dragon

 

 

Red #1

East Wind

Symbol: Wood

Generally the East Wind tile represents the querent. The tiles nearest the East tile in a reading have added importance.

 

 

 

Red #2

Bamboo 7

Symbol: Tortoise

The Tortoise tile suggests impatience with the time certain aspects are taking to play themselves out. It is likely any open issues you may have will need extra attention and patience to resolve properly. The Tortoise also symbolizes long life.

 

 

 

Red #3

Bamboo 8

Symbol: Mushroom

The Mushroom tile represents eternal life and oddity. It gets these attributes from the fact that mushrooms in nature always seem to regenerate and often popup where they are unexpected. The notion of oddity is derived from the mushroom seemingly having the nature of a plant, but lacking leaves. The Mushroom tile foretells the coming of unexpected events that will have a lasting impact on you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Dragon


The Red Dragon

 

 

Green #1

Worm

This creature lives off the dirt of the earth, collecting valuable nutrients that make it a symbol of energy and revitalization. Naturally the worm is an old Tibetan home remedy with tremendous healing properties. Aiding both yin and yang energies, as well as practically every other vital organ and body system, it represents a powerful cure-all - a soltion to a broad variety of problems.

 

 

 

Green #2

Wan 6

Symbol: Fire

The Fire tile is a strong warning that something is wrong or out of balance. The Fire tile is a warning. Your resources are in jeopardy. These endangered resources may be financial or spiritual or physical. In fact, resources of all types may be in danger.

 

 

 

Green #3

Plum Blossom

Symbol: Innocence

The Plum tile reflects renewal and viewing your world with fresh viewpoints. It is an inherently happy tile. The Plum tile also suggests inexperience, a trait you must not allow to make you an easy target.

 

 

 

White Dragon


The Red Dragon

 

 

White #1

Wan 8

Symbol: Knot

The Knot tile represents both bonding and severing. If the Sword tile (2 Wan) is in your reading then the time to sever ties with someone or something is at hand. Conversely if the Duck tile (2 Bamboo) is in your reading then there is bond that will strengthen. If both appear in your reading, then you have a relationship of some kind that is of undecided value.

 

 

 

White #2

Bamboo 6

Symbol: Water

The Water tile denotes a need for communication. A trip may be necessary to communicate properly. You may be called upon to present proof of ownership or that an event actually took place.

 

 

 

White #3

Cat

A cunning and wiley hunter, though aloof and somewhat of a loner. The cat's eyes are said to drive evil spirits away, especially at night because of the way they seem to glow in the dark. The cat is symbolic of nighttime and represents a light in the dark, a guiding spirit.

 

 



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