Convex and Concave Mirrors
Feng Shui Ba Gua 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.
How to place it?
- Hanging the Ba Gua directly outside and facing the structure which you think it will generate the bad chi can send all bad chi back, thereby protects your house.
- You can hang it above main door either inside or outside of the wall
- You can hang the concave mirror anywhere to absorb the chi.
- You can hang it above any windows
Dimension: approx. 4" (6" or 8") in diameter.
4" convex is unavailable. See more Bagua.