Sometimes when things come into our house, we will be wondering the symbolism and meaning behind them. For example, the usual insects or animals are moths, butterflies, ladybirds etc. So what is the meaning of dragonfly in the house? Is it a good or bad omen?
Dragonfly Meaning and Symbolism in Chinese Culture
The dragonflies are also known as the “flying dragons”. The Chinese always regard the dragon as a special auspicious symbol. Dragonflies are good luck symbols that bring good news and blessing to the household members if they fly into the house.
If you have this insect visitor, leave it alone. It implies that the bad things happening in the house will gradually disperse. So it will eventually bring good luck and send away bad luck.
What are the Symbolisms and Meaning of a Dragonfly in the House?
1. Harmonious Family
The dragonfly flying into the house also heralds family harmony. According to folklore, the dragonfly has a brilliant sense. It only flies to the homes of those whose families are in harmony. The dragonfly will not go to the homes where they often quarrel. It also symbolises the peace and happiness between husband and wife.
2. Career Advancement and Progression
Have you heard this saying that when the dragonfly comes to the door, it indicates that your career will soar to a greater height? It is a favourable sign for your career profession if you have this phenomenon. Things are going to pick up at work with breakthroughs and progression.
3. Good Health and Speedy Recovery
When a dragonfly flies into the house, it has another hidden meaning that those who are sick in the household will soon get recovered. Likewise, those who do not suffer any illness will become healthier.
Now you know the dragonfly is an auspicious symbol of harmony and good fortune and a protector of illness and bad luck. It is an omen of good luck coming, so avoid chasing them away out of your house.
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