Dragon magic 8-26-2019
It requires great inner strength and immense patience to walk the path of the Dragon. They are part of the energy found all around us. You may never see them but you may, eventually, feel their presence. This will take time and much practice. A Dragon befriends only to those who are deemed to be worthy and will only show themselves if they are sure that they can trust you... Dragons are long-lived and with age comes wisdom and patience. Dragons are creatures of wisdom and knowledge, and provided great protection and can lend great power when needed. If you take the time to forge a friendship with Dragons, they can become the best companions you would ever want.
Connecting with Dragons
Be aware though that not everyone is supposed to work Dragon Magic. Before you consider working with dragons, take some time to look at yourself. Do you like dragons for who they are, or are you just interested in power? Think carefully of why you want to seek out the Dragons.
The relationship of the seeker to the Dragons is similar to that of teacher and student. They teach and strengthen you so you may wield greater power with greater wisdom. They are vast and timeless, wise beyond our imagination and wildest dreams.
The dragons chose who they work with rather than the other way around. If you have been interested in dragons.
Sit on the floor and imagine and stress or worry flowing out of you and through the floor (or into the ground if you are doing this outside). Once you feel that it has all drained out of your body, imagine a protective bubble forming around you. One of the easiest ways to do this is to imagine a small bubble just in front of your chest then let it expand to surround you. You might not be able to see this bubble, especially if it’s the first time of using it, but know that it is there protecting you.
The next step is to invite a dragon to be your companion. Mentally project the desire to contact and make friends with a dragon. Be confident but don’t shout your intention. Then either in your mind or out loud say something similar to, “I am (name), I walk the path of dragons, in love, trust, and friendship I invite you into my life and into my home.” Add anything else you wish to say and keep projecting welcoming thoughts. and use whatever feels right to you!
Don’t expect to feel a companion right away, it can take quite a while before they feel you are ready for them. Sit for a while longer in case they do wish to make their presence known. If you wish to keep the protective bubble around you imagine new energy flowing though it and the old energy going back into the ground. Then you can slowly get up and carry on as normal. You can repeat this ritual as you like until you feel the dragons are in your life.
Simple Dragon Spells & Rituals
Summon A Dragon
Items you will need
2 black candles
2 other candles (color of element e.g. fire-red)
Casting Instructions for 'Summon A Dragon'
Warning: You MUST cast at least one form of protective magic before you do this spell.
It is extremely dangerous as it opens a beast gate
(A gate to a dimension full of all the beasts you can imagine and more)
1: Place the black candles at north and south
2: Place the element color candles at east and west
Sit in the middle of the candle range.
Concentrate on locked gates. Imagine a key in your hand and chant:
''I have the key, I have the power,
The gates shall open at the (seventh) hour,
A dragon shall rise, and be my friend,
We shall both live until the end''
Seventh is in brackets because it is changeable.
This is just when you want your dragon to come through.
That is the time when you need the protection.
This is also an immortality spell.
Male and female dragons may appear to represent any element; however, Fire and Air are positive energies while Water and Earth are negative energies. It is a form of magic reaching the essence, the wisdom of the Dragons. It is a branch of magic, a specialization. Dragon magic it is said, is one of the oldest magical workings in the world.
I've always loved dragons and am drawn to them, just as my husband is.
I follow the Dragon Path!
Ty for this Wolf!
Your welcome Quingu. I am trying to learn more but the Dragon Path but there isn't realistic information out there. I find a lot of information is made up without credited sources. If anyone has any, please let me know. Thanks!
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