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Feng Shui Mirrors - What is the Bagua?


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Feng Shui practitioners often use Feng Shui mirrors to improve the Feng Shui of your house or your business. Feng Shui mirrors emit the Feng Shui energy of water. A function of Feng Shui mirrors is to draw the beneficial flow of energy (Qi) into the place it is positioned at.

Generally, the mirrors can be used to expand the space of an area, to reflect and deflect the Qi of an area. In this article, we will talk about these 3 areas of Feng Shui mirrors, as well as the commonly used Bagua Mirror.

As mention earlier, there are 3 main uses of Feng Shui mirrors, there are used to expand, reflect, and deflect the flow of Qi in an area. When used in the appropriate manner, the Feng Shui mirrors will improve the flow of Qi in that area. However, improper placement of Feng Shui mirrors will cause things to worsen.

Listed below is a brief explanation on the 3 types of uses of the Feng Shui mirrors.

In this case, the use of a mirror is to create virtual space to adjust your focal view of an area. In the study of Feng Shui, the mirror provides us with a new in-depth view of ourselves as it opens up a virtual view on an otherwise plain surface. The mirror can also create a virtual view of an area, and can “expand" the space of the area.

In Feng Shui, a small space represents limitation. Small spaces will limit the flow of Qi in the area, eventually limiting our movement and advancement in life. Thereby, a mirror is often used to virtually expand a small space.

When a Feng Shui mirror reflects an object, it does not only reflect the image of the object, but also the energy the object is emitting. Thereby, it doubles the effect of the energy the object is emitting. For example, if the mirror shows the reflection of a pile of unpaid bills, it will mean that in time to come, there will be more unpaid bills piling up, increasing your debts. On the other hand, if the reflection shows a reflection of a kitchen stove, it symbolizes that your wealth will be doubled as fire stoves symbolize wealth.

Feng Shui mirrors can be used to deflect the negative energy (Sha Qi) away from your house or business. The mechanism behind this is that it will deflect the Sha Qi back to its source, preventing it from entering the house. Bagua mirrors are used to deflect Sha Qi. If your intention is to deflect Sha Qi, the Bagua mirror should be placed outside your house. It is common to see people hanging a Bagua mirror outside their homes. Other than deflecting Sha Qi, the Bagua mirror also brings harmony and good fortune to the owner. For this purpose, you can place the Bagua mirror in your home, preferably in your living room.

With proper usage, Feng Shui mirrors can improve the flow of Qi, allowing you to enjoy a better quality of life. Now that we know the uses of the Feng Shui and Bagua mirror, you can make use of these mirrors to ward off bad luck and improve the quality of your life.

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