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Chakra Crystals Dragon Empowerment (with Tarot Spread)

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In today’s post, I’m sharing a Tarot spread for Dragon Empowerment. I started working with my Dragon Guardian in 2017 but it has not been a straightforward trajectory. Not long after I plucked up the courage to learn from the dragons, one of my teachers converted to fundamentalist Christianity. To me, as someone who thought that she had left a dogmatic faith paradigm behind without realising that she needed to recover from Religious Trauma Syndrome (RTS), this was triggering enough to make me seriously doubt any type of channelled information. The dragons no longer felt safe.

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This was an especially sad turn of events because my first attempt to work with the dragons was in 2003 with an initiation into Crystal Dragon Reiki. However, meeting a dragon in the third dimension not long after my CDR attunement freaked me out. Essentially, I now know that the jet black dragon that looked straight at me when I woke up in the middle of the night had popped in to check and see if I was ready to start working with them. I was not. Dragons don’t do fear or doubt so they withdrew then much like they would do 14 years later.

Now that I have cleared the last vestiges of RTS, I’m finally ready to get back on track with what is essentially a lifelong calling that started with reading The Neverending Story by Michael Ende and the Earthsea series by Ursula LeGuin. Most people are more comfortable with keeping the dragons in fiction but that is just one of the many way they reach out to us.

Dragon Lore Around the World

Dragons are among the most widespread and enduring mythical creatures across human history, appearing in the myths and lore of civilizations from every continent. These majestic beings have taken on various forms and attributes, reflecting the diverse cultures and landscapes of the societies that connected with them.

Dragons in Asian Cultures

In Chinese mythology, dragons are seen as benevolent and powerful protectors. They are symbols of strength, power, and good fortune. The legendary Dragon Kings in Chinese lore are rulers of the seas and weather, and are often invoked during droughts. In Japan, dragons are also considered water deities who live in bodies of water and are known to bring rain and fertility.

Dragons in European Myths

European dragons, by contrast, are often depicted as fierce and malevolent creatures. They guard hoards of treasure, and heroes in stories must slay them to attain these riches. The tale of St. George and the Dragon is one of the most famous Western dragon-slaying stories, symbolising the supposed triumph of good over evil. I smell church propaganda and attempts to vilify the creator forces of Divine Mother.

Dragons in African and Middle Eastern Narratives

In Africa, dragon imagery often merges with that of serpents. The Egyptian god Apep, also known as Apophis, is a giant serpent or dragon-like creature embodying chaos, who battles the sun god Ra. In Middle Eastern lore, ancient Mesopotamian mythology features Tiamat, a primordial dragon or sea serpent goddess who represents chaos and is defeated by the god Marduk.

Dragons in Indigenous Cultures

Indigenous cultures of the Americas also feature dragon-like creatures. The Quetzalcoatl of Aztec mythology is a feathered serpent god associated with wisdom and wind. In North American legends, the Piasa Bird of Native American folklore possesses dragon-like characteristics, blending aspects of multiple animals.

Modern Practice: Dragons in Energy Healing

In contemporary spiritual practices, dragons are not confined to the pages of myth and fiction. Many who work with energy healing believe that dragons are ancient, powerful beings who assist in various forms of energetic transformations. Some even consider them to be older than the angels. This makes sense considering that the highest order of angels, closest to the throne of Mother-Father God are the seraphim (fire serpents) from which all other beings (perhaps all of creation) emanates. Hence, it makes sense to contemplate that our oversoul/Higher Self might might, in fact, be a seraph/dragon of divine fire.

Energy Healing and Dragons:

  • Dragon Reiki: Practitioners of Dragon Reiki call upon the healing powers of dragons, channelling their energy to cleanse and balance the body’s energy centres or chakras.
  • Leyline Healing: Dragons are said to work with earth’s inherent energy lines, known as leylines. Practitioners may invoke dragon energies to heal and rejuvenate these pathways, promoting harmony and balance in the environment.

Connecting with Dragons in Modern Times:

Modern dragon energy practitioners typically connect with the dragons through meditation, visualisation, light language, automatic writing and attunements. However, there is no one size fits all when it comes to how we interact with the dragons. The dragons can be as invidualistic as humans and have higher-dimensional agendas that reach so far beyond our dualistic way of thinking that we simply cannot begin to comprehend. The extent of our ability to work with the dragons depends very much on how much of our multidimensionality we have integrated. However, at the same time, working with the dragons is as simple as child’s play. All it takes is trust and a willingness to learn.

Chakra Crystals Dragon Empowerment Exercise

The following exercise is one that the dragons showed me to help rebalance the chakras. It incorporates etheric crystals and you need to enter an altered state of consciousness to be able to visualise what is happening. This is not as complicated as it sounds. Simply sit or lie down somewhere comfortable where you can relax for 20-30 minutes.

Ground your energy and scan your aura and energy centres. Then focus on the root chakra. Visualise a red crystal at the core of this chakra, for instance a ruby or a garnet. Allow the crystal to act as a communication device for the dragon that can best help bring balance to this chakra. Be still and observe if a dragon shows up. If it does, you can ask for its name. Once a connection has been established, know that you can always call on this dragon to help with any root chakra issues, such as helping with grounding, feeling safe, belonging, boosting your immunity and generating financial stability etc.

Next, focus on the second chakra and visualise an orange crystal here, for instance amber or carnelian. Follow the same protocol for calling in a dragon. Do not fret if there are chakras that receive no assistance from the dragon realm at this point. It simply means that you are meant to focus on working with the other chakras for now.

A Living Rainbow

Follow the colours of the rainbow up the chakras with a yellow crystal for the solar plexus chakra, a green or pink crystal for the heart chakra, a blue crystal for the throat chakra, an indigo or purple crystal for the third eye and a violet or white crystal for the crown. You may also work with any additional chakras from expanded systems that you are familiar with.

Complete the healing exercise by scanning your energy field once more. Observe the difference. Do you feel more balanced? Do you feel stronger? More optimistic?

The highest order of dragons, the Seraphim (as mentioned above), have countless emanations. It is their Elemental (Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Ether) emanations that helped weave and knit your energy together to form a unique soul. At the same time, those emanations are part of your oversoul. I know, it’s enough to make your head spin so we’ll stop here for today!

The Chakra Crystals Dragon Empowerment Tarot Spread

This Tarot spread can help you with in-depth understanding about what you need to keep the energy in your chakras flowing harmoniously.

chakra crystals dragon empowerment tarot spread

Card Positions

  1. Root Chakra (Garnet)
    • Card 1: Represents the dragon energy that helps with grounding, feeling safe, belonging, boosting immunity, and financial stability.
  2. Sacral Chakra (Carnelian)
    • Card 2: Represents the dragon energy that aids in emotional balance, creativity, and relationships.
  3. Solar Plexus Chakra (Tiger’s Eye)
    • Card 3: Represents the dragon energy that empowers personal strength, courage, and self-confidence.
  4. Heart Chakra (Malachite)
    • Card 4: Represents the dragon energy that fosters love, compassion, and emotional healing.
  5. Throat Chakra (Turquoise)
    • Card 5: Represents the dragon energy that enhances communication, self-expression, and truth.
  6. Third Eye Chakra (Lapis Lazuli)
    • Card 6: Represents the dragon energy that deepens intuition, insight, and mental clarity.
  7. Crown Chakra (Amethyst)
    • Card 7: Represents the dragon energy that connects you to higher spiritual consciousness and divine wisdom.
  8. Elemental Dragon
    • Card 8: Represents your Dragon Guardian (Fire/Wands, Water/Cups, Air/Swords, Earth/Pentacles or Ether/Major Arcana). This card shows you the dominant Element of your Dragon Guardian and gives you a message that will bring you into balance.
  9. Seraphim Message
    • Card 9: Represents a message from your Seraph oversoul about your spiritual journey. If you like, you can ask your Seraph oversoul to show you the appropriate crystal for your Soul Star chakra.

How to Use the Spread

  1. Prepare Your Space: Find a quiet, comfortable place where you can relax and focus. Gather your Tarot deck and create a serene environment. If you like, you can start by doing the Chakra Crystals Dragon Empowerment meditation above.
  2. Ground Your Energy: Take a few deep breaths, grounding your energy and centring your mind.
  3. Lay Out The Cards: Draw one card for each position and place them in a layout that aligns with the sequence of the chakras, ending with the Elemental Dragon and Seraphim message cards.
  4. Interpret The Cards: Reflect on the meanings of each card in relation to the chakra and dragon energy they represent. Notice the messages and guidance the dragons provide through the Tarot.
  5. Integration: After interpreting the spread, take a moment to re-scan your energy field. Observe the shifts and balance. Feel the presence of the dragons and appreciate their assistance in your healing journey.

Sample Chakra Crystals Dragon Empowerment Tarot Reading

sample chakra crystals dragon empowerment tarot spread
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1. Root Chakra – The Hierophant

The Hierophant suggests that grounding and stability can be found through tradition, structure, and spiritual practice. The dragon energy here is encouraging you to connect with your ancestral roots and established systems of wisdom for a solid foundation, ensuring you feel safe and secure.

2. Sacral Chakra – Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles represents new beginnings in your material world, fostering creativity and emotional balance. The dragon energy aids in the manifestation of your desires, helping you to nurture and cultivate opportunities for growth in your personal and professional relationships.

3. Solar Plexus Chakra – 9 of Cups

The 9 of Cups signifies satisfaction, emotional well-being, and contentment. The dragon energy here empowers your sense of personal strength and courage, reminding you that achieving your desires and self-confidence is within reach. Embrace the joy and fulfilment that comes with true self-awareness.

4. Heart Chakra – 3 of Pentacles

The 3 of Pentacles emphasises collaboration, teamwork, and recognition. The dragon energy fosters love, compassion, and emotional healing through cooperative efforts. Your heart chakra thrives when you work harmoniously with others, weaving together mutual support and understanding.

5. Throat Chakra – Strength

The Strength card highlights the power of inner courage and balanced expression. The dragon energy here enhances your ability to communicate with clarity and honesty, encouraging you to harness your inner strength to speak your truth and express yourself authentically.

6. Third Eye Chakra – 5 of Swords

The 5 of Swords indicates mental conflict and challenges. The dragon energy at your third eye chakra deepens your intuition and insight, helping you to navigate through mental turmoil and find clarity. You are encouraged to trust in your inner wisdom and dreams regardless of external conflicts.

7. Crown Chakra – Ace of Wands

The Ace of Wands symbolises inspiration, new beginnings, and spiritual connection. The dragon energy here connects you to higher spiritual consciousness and divine wisdom, lighting the spark of creativity and passion in your life. Embrace this energy for profound spiritual growth.

8. Elemental Dragon – Queen of Swords

The Queen of Swords represents clarity, intellect, and keen insight. Your Dragon Guardian is of the Air Element, bringing messages of truth and discernment. This dragon assists in clearing mental fog and encourages you to use your intellect and communication skills to achieve balance.

9. Seraphim Message – 6 of Cups

The 6 of Cups focuses on nostalgia, memories, and harmonious exchanges. The Seraph oversoul’s message touches on the importance of reconnecting with your past in a harmonious and balanced manner. Engaging with cherished memories and lessons from the past will bring healing and understanding on your spiritual journey.

Use this spread to gain a deeper understanding of your chakra energies and how the dragons can assist in maintaining balance and harmony in your life. Remember, the dragons are always there to guide and support you with wisdom and strength.

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