Traditional Chinese Feng Shui Convex alloy Bagua Mirror Luck Protection Home Decor Accent
One Concave Mirror for protection against passive negative energy & One Convex Mirror for protection against active harmful energy Bagua mirrors are designed to be hung outdoors.
The trigram for Heaven called Chien (three solid lines) goes at the top and the trigram for Earth called Kun (three broken lines) goes at the bottom.
Buildings placed near graveyards, bridges, railroads, or overpasses, ot those at a T-intersection or with a large tree bocking the entrance are said to be at a disadvantage from "poison arrows" of sha that damage those inside the dwelling or place of business.
To protect against and counteract bad luck caused by arrows of sha, Feng Shui practitioners invoke the eight trigrams or Bagua of the Early Heaven, an ancient Chinese arrangement of eight binary symbols comprised of solid or straight (yang) lines and broken (yin) lines that represents the unity of Heaven and Earth and the blessings that acrue from allignment with natural virtue.
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Details: Feng Shui Bagua mirrors are one of best known Feng Shui symbols of protection. The mirror is believed to reflect back the bad energy against your house. There are two different kinds: concave mirrors and convex mirrors. The mirror of concave is "in" that looks like a bowl. It is used to magnify the positive chi. The mirror of convex is "out" that looks a surface of the ball. It is used to deflect the bad energy. It reflects all chi back to where it comes from.