Convex Bagua Mirror


There are 8 Trigrams on the mirror (Yin & Yang lines) that are representative of every life area: Fame, Relationships/Love, Creativity/Children, Travel/Helpful People, Career/Life Path, Skills/Knowledge, Family, Wealth, which influence our Health. The convex mirror is the one that curves out, like a dome. It is a more aggressive way of dealing with negative energy because it pushes it back where it came from. The concern with using a convex Bagua mirror is that it can create a strong cycle of negativity, especially if the specific source of negative energy that you want protection from is also using a similar cure. Mirror cures can be quite complex and it’s recommended to consult a practitioner to ensure the correct mirror is applied for the problematic concern.



When can a Bagua Mirror be helpful?

When your house is facing:

  • A T-junction
  • A very busy business or residence
  • A place with potentially challenging energy such as a cemetery
  • A piece of abandoned land
  • A house with aggressive design features pointing at your front door
  • A house with negative energy very close to your house (constant arguments, fights, violence, etc)
  • A construction site

Determining whether you need to use a Concave vs a Convex mirror can be challenging and it’s often recommended to consult a practitioner for the specific Feng Shui problem. Though, in general, Concave mirrors are for attracting/absorbing energy and Convex mirrors are for pushing/amplifying energy. It is always suggested to have Feng Shui cures to be as visually discreet as possible so as to not draw more attention to its energetic purpose.

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