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JSST. 2013;4(2): 70-76.         doi: https://doi.org/10.12964/jsst.130010
The Dragon: The Principle of Cosmos
Mi-ae Lee
Sandplay Therapist & Psychotherapist, Mara Child and Family Counseling Center, Seongnam, Korea
Corresponding Author: Mi-ae Lee ,Tel: +82-10-8181-8252, Fax: +82-31-716-1685, Email: dajung3394@naver.com
Received: October 31, 2013;  Accepted: December 31, 2013.  Published online: December 31, 2013.
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ABSTRACT
Dragon stories are found throughout the world, but there is a symbolic difference between oriental and occidental dragons. This study examined the different types and symbolic meanings of dragons in myths and fairy tales from British, Celtic, Slavic, Chinese, and Korean cultures. The dragon in Korean mythology is particularly rich with symbolic meaning: the king and his power, the god of water, a hero, a follower of Buddha, and transcendent transformation.
Keywords: Dragon | Myth | Sandplay | I Ching | Symbol
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