How to attract a dragon
Shake that booty.
Oh wait, we’re not talking about that kind of attraction. (Or are we?)
If you’ve read my few texts talking about Mr.Dragon, maybe you know he reached out to me on his own. Because of this, I’ve been asked more than once how to attract a dragon that easily. Both to just have a dragon approach them, or to aid their summonings and callings and active seeking of a dragon spirit.
With Mr.Dragon in specific it’s a bit hard, because we met in a past life, and he reached out to me on purpose, because we have some pending business. But! Even since getting into spirit work, I’ve talked with many dragons, and they’ve all liked me. Some more reached out to me too. These are the kind of things that got those dragons interested in me:
-I hoard dragons. Or more specifically, dragon imagery. Posters with dragons pictured on them. Paintings of dragons, done by my own hand. Dragon figurines. Books about dragons. Books with dragon protagonists. Music featuring dragons. Dragons, dragons, DRAGONS. If you love dragons, you probably already have lots of these. This gives you a certain vibe. It makes them know you admire them, and they could come after knowing they’ll be pampered, or heard without prejudice which is the only thing some dragons need.
-I hang out with other spirits. My first spirit companion wasn’t Mr.Dragon, it was my guardian angel. It’s usual for spirit workers to have spirits reach out to them often, since their messages won’t fall on deaf ears. If a dragon sees you talking with spirits, they’ll know you’ll be able to hear them. And if on top of it, you have a varied spirit family, the more shy ones or the ones who don’t want to deal with people treating them badly if their lifestyle doesn’t fit into usual human moral standards will know they can reach out to you too.
Also, you could actively attract a dragon through a ritual. The dragon imagery will make it obvious you’re interest, but also you could bring the elements you want to use, raise up all the protections to want, and actually speak out ‘I’m looking a dragon to befriend/A dragon who’ll be my partner in spellwork/etc., I have this to offer in exchange, and would like someone who is patient/enthusiastic/low profile/a vulcano of energy. I’m a bit shy/a hardworker/artistic (whatever you want to let them know about yourself). If you’re interested, please answer.’ Really, it can be that simple.