Mirrors in Feng shui – Good and Bad Placements

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Mirrors in Feng shui could be the secret ingredients to a harmonious and balanced living space. Dive into the world of Feng Shui as we unravel the dos and don’ts of mirror placement, ensuring your home becomes a sanctuary of positive energy.
Mirrors are one of the strongest positive Feng shui drugs act in every room except the bedroom. The proper placement of the mirrors is very delicate. Read a few guidelines for changing the energy of the apartment and raise your sense of bliss in it.




1.  Put mirrors high:

You have to set the mirror  high enough so that it can reflect the entire head, shoulder, and neck, and a couple of inches above the head

2. Mirror on the Dining Wall:

In Feng Shui, placing a mirror near the dining can double the abundance. Reflecting the dining table symbolizes the doubling of prosperity and abundance during meals. So, put one mirror in the dining room so that the table is reflected in it. Also, that will enhance the well-being and prosperity of the family.

3.  Maximize Natural Light:

Place mirrors strategically to amplify natural light and create a brighter, more vibrant atmosphere. This not only enhances the visual appeal of your space but also invites positive energy.
Set mirrors in dark places of your home to shed light on these corners and raise the energy level of yang chi.
4.  Put a mirror near the exit
Put a mirror near the exit from the apartment so that you can take a last look at your figure when coming out.  Also, It is great for a career to raise. Also, it is good to put some water elements near that mirror.

5. Create Illusion of Space:

Mirrors have the power to visually expand small rooms. Strategically placed mirrors can create an illusion of more space, promoting a sense of openness and freedom.
Place the mirror in a room where you have missing part of the space. Also, it will  increase the space and reverse the missing space

6. Reflect Beautiful Views:

If you have a stunning outdoor view, position mirrors to capture and reflect that beauty indoors. This not only expands your living space visually but also brings nature’s serenity inside.
Also, check what is reflected in the mirror because it doubles. If you want more money you can put frog jade, Chinese coin, crystal timber for money, or a three-legged frog in front of the mirror. In the field of love (Southwest), put a heart of rose quartz, mandarin ducks, the heart of various crystals, flowers or roses, two pillows, two candles


The Don’ts

1. Don’t use the broken mirror in your home because you will “break” your aura, it will  influence on peace and balance in you
2. Avoid Mirroring Negative Energy: Steer clear of reflecting clutter, sharp edges, or anything associated with negative energy. Mirrors should not bounce back negative vibes, so be mindful of what they reflect.
3. No Mirrors Facing the Bed: In Feng Shui, it’s considered bad practice to have mirrors facing the bed. This will disturb the tranquility of sleep and can lead to restlessness. If possible, position mirrors where they won’t directly reflect the bed.
4. Beware of Mirroring Exits: Mirrors reflecting doors or windows are thought to push away positive energy. Avoid placing mirrors directly opposite entrances, as this may deflect positive opportunities that enter your home.
So, do not put mirrors across the doors, windows, or terraces because chi energy enters and immediately exits.
5. Do not place mirrors opposite each other because it can cause restoring a  family history, severe mental changes, or major illness.
6. Don’t put a mirror near the stove because it boosts the fire and it could cause the fire.
7. Mirror in the Kitchen: Refrain from placing mirrors in the kitchen, as they are believed to double the fire energy, which could lead to disagreements and conflicts. Kitchens are best kept reflective-free zones.smile When you look in the mirror smile, and be happy with no criticism about yourself. Mirror remembers everything.


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