Bagua Mirror has been regarded as a Feng Shui lucky charm. It is made of bronze and gets its name from the pattern of Eight Trigrams (Bagua), which signifies Yin-Yang. There are three basic types of Bagua Mirror, namely flat, concave, and convex. The flat one is neutral and serves the basic purpose of reflecting negative vibes wherever they came from. A concave mirror will neutralize or even eliminate the negative energy by sucking it in. The convex mirror is a more aggressive way of handling the negative energy because it pushes it back where it came from. Feng Shui experts wisely use Bagua Mirror to block, eliminate, absorb, and fight against evil spirits. The most popular position is to place it over the front door for a business or home.
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Feng Shui main description
Feng Shui Symbols Ancient Chinese believed in a force of energy called Chi or Qi which flows through the house and has used the principles to channel good energy through their houses. They named it Feng Shui, from the words Feng (wind) and Shui (water). The fundamental concept behind Feng Shui is the harmony between man and nature, and it speaks of the union of the universe with humankind. In Feng Shui, the correct placement of some Feng Shui enhancement symbols can not only bring you wealth and fortune but can also expel evil spirits. This is done by placing many Feng Shui symbols or elements into your house. The placement of some Feng Shui products in your home may protect your home, but if you put these items in the wrong positions, they can easily affect your family's health and even incur unexpected financial losses.
The concept of Feng Shui continues to enjoy widespread acceptance, both in China and across the globe. Feng Shui principles are also often used in interior design since these ideas are simple to put into practice. Here are a few of the most popular articles from Feng Shui and symbols for good luck that help bring luck to your home.