Feng Shui BaGua Mirror

CAD $15.00

The BaGua mirror is used to diffuse strong energy directed towards a specific point. The mirrors have an octagonal frame with a round mirror at its center. The coloring and decoration of the frame can vary, but many bagua mirrors are painted with the colors red, gold, and green, representing summer, late summer, and spring, respectively.

Each side of the octagonal frame has three lines—known as a trigram—symbolizing an aspect of life. The section at the top of the frame has three unbroken lines and represents heaven. It’s important to hang a bagua mirror so that this section is at the top. For the same reason, most bagua mirrors have only a single hanger that is placed at the top of the frame.

The shape of the mirror itself is very important, as it determines how the mirror works and how it should be used. Bagua mirrors can be flat, concave (bowing in, like a bowl), or convex (bowing out, like a dome). Flat mirrors are considered neutral and can reflect both good and bad energy. These can be used either indoors or outdoors, much as you might use a standard decorative mirror indoors for feng shui cures. Concave and convex mirrors should be used outdoors only and can have very different applications.

Examples of when to use a BaGua Mirror:
1) If your home or business is at the end of a T-Intersection,
2) if you have a corner or sharp object pointing at the front door,
3) if you are experiencing unpleasant energy from a particular area around your home or business.

It is then appropriate to hang a BaGua Mirror pointing towards that direction. Many times, if a person is having difficulty with a neighbor or receiving tension from a particular location, a bagua mirror can be hung pointing towards that direction.

Mirror is approximate 5 x 5

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The BaGua mirror is used to diffuse strong energy directed towards a specific point. The mirrors have an octagonal frame with a round mirror at its center. The coloring and decoration of the frame can vary, but many bagua mirrors are painted with the colors red, gold, and green, representing summer, late summer, and spring, respectively.

Each side of the octagonal frame has three lines—known as a trigram—symbolizing an aspect of life. The section at the top of the frame has three unbroken lines and represents heaven. It’s important to hang a bagua mirror so that this section is at the top. For the same reason, most bagua mirrors have only a single hanger that is placed at the top of the frame.

The shape of the mirror itself is very important, as it determines how the mirror works and how it should be used. Bagua mirrors can be flat, concave (bowing in, like a bowl), or convex (bowing out, like a dome). Flat mirrors are considered neutral and can reflect both good and bad energy. These can be used either indoors or outdoors, much as you might use a standard decorative mirror indoors for feng shui cures. Concave and convex mirrors should be used outdoors only and can have very different applications.

Examples of when to use a BaGua Mirror:
1) If your home or business is at the end of a T-Intersection,
2) if you have a corner or sharp object pointing at the front door,
3) if you are experiencing unpleasant energy from a particular area around your home or business.

It is then appropriate to hang a BaGua Mirror pointing towards that direction. Many times, if a person is having difficulty with a neighbor or receiving tension from a particular location, a bagua mirror can be hung pointing towards that direction.

Additional information

Weight 200 g
Dimensions 13 × 13 × 5 cm

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