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10 Feng Shui Mirror Placement Rules and Tips Every Home Should Follow

Many people like to use mirrors in your house to make the interior look more spacious and elegant. It is important to know that mirror Feng Shui placement is a powerful Feng Shui Cure. Although it can enhance the good, but on the flip side, it can also magnify the bad side. So you must take care of the do’s and don’ts of using a mirror in your house.

1. Doubling Effect of Abundance

1. Place a large wall mirror on one wall of the dining room and reflecting the food placed on the table. It is considered auspicious as it “double” the food on the table which means that you have abundance of food.

To benefit more from this cure, the mirror should be placed in a position that does “cut” the head or feet of people. It means that the mirror should be adequately large.

Mirror can reflect good but also can reflect bad, so do not place receipt or clutter on your dining table!

2. No Spoilt Mirror Please!

Throw away any broken or damaged mirrors because they are considered as bad Feng Shui. Always keep the mirrors clean and sparkling for the most favorable results.

3. Feng Shui Cure To Mitigate Unfavorable Energy

Use mirrors as remedies as it can be used to fix missing corners in the house. Mirrors also can be wrapped around the columns to block the “Sha Chi” / “poison arrows” generated from the column.

4. Reflect Only The Good 

It is good use mirrors to reflect good luck symbols to enhance auspicious energy.

5. Creating a Virtually Spacious Space

You can also use mirror to open up space that is small and cramped.

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6. No Mirror in The Bedroom, Unless Hidden

Avoid placing mirror in the bedroom because it tends to cause great deal of problems for couple sleeping in the room. It might also cause the couple to have insomnia, especially if it reflects the bed. If you choose to have mirror in the room, ensure that it is hidden in the cupboard and only use it when required.

7. Be Careful of The Mirror Reflection

Do not reflect negative view like clutter, receipts, toilet door because it magnify the negative unwanted energy.

8. Choose Your Mirror Wisely

Shy away from using mirror that has distorted or uneven surfaces. Nowadays, people like to use lot of small mirrors to create a big one, also known as mirror tiles. Over time as you see yourself in them, you will come to feel distorted and being “cut”

9. Avoid Imbalanced Energy Field

Do not place mirrors in the position that they reflect into each other. This can trap the chi as it bounces back and forth and preventing it to flow freely.

10. No Mirror At The Mouth of Chi

It is advisable to avoid placing a mirror directly facing your main door. This is because the mirror will reflect and bounce the chi back out. This will prevent the chi to come in the house which is unfavourable.

In conclusion, the Feng Shui guidelines for mirror placement are to serve its functional purpose based on your intention. It can be used for personal grooming, reflecting a good exterior or interior view. However, using too many mirrors in the house can create illusion and confusion that might have impact on psychological health. So use mirror sparingly.




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