The Ba Gua Feng Shui mirror, also called Pa Kua mirror, is one of the most famous protection symbols in traditional Feng Shui.
The Ba Gua or Pa Kua convex mirror reflects harmful Qi. The Ba Gua mirror is used to cancel out energy that is too aggressive for your home such as the energy of arrows (Sha Qi) which can be trees, pylons, cranes, antennas.
The Ba Gua or Pa Kua mirror is always placed outside your house or apartment either above the front door or above a window.
Recommendations from our Feng Shui expert:
"The Ba Gua mirror is never placed inside a home. The Ba Gua Feng Shui mirror should be placed facing the object or energy you are trying to protect yourself from. Do not place your Ba Gua mirror too high or too low so that it can work properly."
This convex Ba Gua mirror has a metal hook on the back. The 8 trigrams of Feng Shui are represented in the 8 sectors.
The curved shape of the Ba Gua mirror disperses negative energy so that it does not reflect it back onto someone else. The "real"Ba Gua or Pa Kuamirror is always surrounded by the 8 trigrams of the previous sky. The presence of these 8 Feng Shui trigrams is very important because it is this arrangement that cancels the harmful energy by opposing it with a perfectly stable and balanced energy.
Ba Gua mirror to protect yourself:
Poles or metal structures /pylons
TV or telephone antennas
Cranes on construction sites
Sharp metal objects
Roofs of buildings or houses pointing at your home
Characteristics of the Ba Gua mirror:
Diameter of the Ba Gua mirror : 7.5 cm
Width of the Ba Gua: 12.5 cm
The Ba Gua mirror is delivered with a blue protection to remove before use.