Walking the Dragon is extremely fun. One being as you have to pay exorbitant fee to be shown around beautiful scenery and how and what a TangLang star may looks like, you will also be shown actual spot that may be a “needle width” where you could burry some of your DNA as “ShengJi” and really hope that by the time you arrive home, you will be the next billionaire. Well, the last time I heard is that walking the Dragon to China costs more than USD40,000? Really wonder who is the billionaire?
三年寻龙 , 十年点穴.
Ancient master said, it takes 3 years to walk the dragon 三年寻龙 and 10 years to dot the meridian spot 十年点穴. It means to say to walk the dragon is very tedious process and to dot the meridian is even more difficult. Assuming the method one learnt is correct, if not even a 100 years you may not able to dot the meridian correctly. Locating the meridian point is not an easy venture.
The sole purpose of walking the Dragon is to locate the “holy – spot” called the meridian. Tons had been written about it and some said it is as small as a “needle width” but that is not very true. Such subject is largely referred to as Static Meridian, where only with the right natural conditions, such a spot would emerged. It is so “holy – molly” that only an earth deity would able to reveal to the deserving one not otherwise it is impossible to find. Even if it is chanced upon, you would need to “barter trade” your lifespan for the prosperity of your later generations.
Anyway, walking the Dragon can now be simplified with GoogleEarth, just to get the basic right as for example incoming and outgoing water and so forth. Back to NuoDeng, isn’t it rather strange that the prosper areas are not within the TaiQi plain and they are not within the highland but the lowland or rather flatland?
Even with walking the Dragon, what do we need to observe? How or rather what do we measure with our LuoPan? The dynamic aspect is what we require to measure – because that is how we know Qi flow. If we do not know Qi flow, what else do we measure? This is where Qi map becomes very important.
Only when you really need to dot the meridian point, you will need to do some walking the Dragon. You need to measure the appropriate heights of the embraces in relation to the incoming vein.