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

Circles 8

Symbol: White Tiger

The White Tiger tile is epitomizes masculinity in its purest form. The male represented by the White Tiger is brave and assertive. He will fight to protect what he feels is right.

 

 

 

Red #2

Summer

Symbol: The Woodcutter

The Woodcutter employs three of the 5 elements central to Chinese philosophy: Fire, Wood and Metal. He is ambitious and full of drive and energy. He represents gain and success through dedicated work.

 

 

 

Red #3

Bamboo 4

Symbol: Carp

The Carp tile indicates the attainment of inner-peace, tranquility, and freedom from the pressures of everyday life. Contentment will be realized. The Carp's vibrant colors suggest a rich life. This may mean the coming of material and/or spiritual wealth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Dragon


The Red Dragon

 

 

Green #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.

 

 

 

Green #2

Red Dragon

Symbol: Center

The Red Dragon tile is indicative of success and the fulfillment of your goals.

 

 

 

Green #3

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.

 

 

 

White Dragon


The Red Dragon

 

 

White #1

Winter

Symbol: The Scholar

The Scholar represents gain through intellectual pursuits. The Scholar's mind is sharp and finds solutions to the most difficult problems.

 

 

 

White #2

North Wind

Symbol: Water

The North Wind tile indicates there will be difficult moments ahead. These can be canceled out if the South Wind Tile is in your reading as well.

 

 

 

White #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.

 

 


 

 

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