This particular dzi represents the Mantra OM MANI PADME HUM. It is the Root of Happiness & Good Karma. This dzi can help to overcome negative forces from foes & competitors. Dragons are considered to reside at and perhaps to be the source of life, and from which all physical life comes. Achieve happiness, wealth & success.
Dragons love their wealth. They love to hoard and gather all forms of wealth to themselves. Remember that wealth is not necessarily abundance. The dragon dzi may assist the owner with learning how to roll in wealth. Dragons hoard their riches, thus assisting the owner in learning how to keep and maintain their wealth while gaining yet greater wealth.
Dragons are considered by Tibetans to be at the top of the animal hierarchy. They are the strongest physically, mentally, spiritually and magically. All dragons are alchemists, breathing fire and creating magic. Dragons are masters of manifestation and materialization. Dragons live in the dimensions between earth and heaven. When dragons are in the earth dimension they will generally live in great caves where they can move around easily. This makes the dragon very useful in assisting the owner of the dzi to delve into and understand their subconscious and unconscious minds. Dragons can seek out saboteurs, stopping the unconscious minds from sabotaging the creations of the owner. They have had to hide to stay alive for so many millennia that they have become great at finding things lost, and perceiving even the slightest threat. This makes dragon extremely great protectors and masters of subtly. Dragons bring both of these skills with them to assist their master.
Dragons will only respond to a human if they are its master. Each dragon dzi is connected to a dragon, and each dragon may be connected to several different Dzi s. This dzi connects the human owner to the dragon they will master. Thus this dzi is known as “The King of Dzi”.