FengShuiYan Pack of 5 Chinese Feng Shui Bagua Mirror
- Well-known and commonly used of all the Feng Shui protection spells, remedies, or magical cures for improper placements of houses -- placements that may attract bad luck or lead to sorrow or illness in the dwelling.
- 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.
- They are used on the side of the house facing passively negative energies, It provides protection because it will safely absorb and diffuse any problems caused by obstructions, blockages, and mild negativity.
- Pack of 5
The use of these mirrors is said to date back to the 10th century CE, but the Bagua itself is far older than that, for it consists of the same eight Trigrams found in the I Ching or Chinese Book of Changes used in divination, which is said to have originated more than 200 years BCE.
The convex mirror is used on the side of the building from which the worst harm is expected.Its protection consists of reversing or returning back any harmful "poisons arrows" that are sent your way.
The concave mirror is used on the side of the house facing passively negative energies, It provides protection because it will safely absorb and diffuse any problems caused by obstructions, blockages, and mild negativity.If your property is generally well situated and you have no bad neighbors, then you need only place the convex Bagua Mirror over your front door and the concave one over your back door to repel any chance or passing bad luck, evil people, or wandering spirits of negativity that could bring sickness, accidents, or mental depression to your household or place of business.