Often called the “aspirin” of Feng Shui, Feng Shui mirrors can be used to defuse, reflect and moderate the flow of chi inside and outside a home. We discussed Feng Shui bedroom mirrors in this post, but you can use Feng Shui mirror placement to direct the flow of chi nearly anywhere. There are different types of mirrors you can use for different objectives.
Convex mirrors deflect chi, dispersing it in many directions to mitigate the influence of negative chi directed at your home. If your neighbor has a low roofline pointed directly at your home, or the corner of a building points at your front door, you can use a convex mirror within a planter to deflect the negative chi.
Feng Shui Mirror for Wealth
Placing a mirror behind or to the side of your stove, or next to your dining room table, symbolically multiplies your wealth, creating a sense of abundance in your life.
Not exactly a mirror, but used to the same effect, a gazing ball is a mirrored surface to deflect fast moving energy away from your home. These balls make an attractive addition to your front steps or porch, and deflect the energy from a cul-de-sac, t-junction or busy street with lots of rushing chi.
Have you faced misfortune recently that could be alleviated with positive thought, creative action, and Feng Shui mirror placement? You may find the solution to your problems comes to you quickly, permitting you to take action to fix your situation, after deflecting the negative chi that seems to be holding you back and causing misfortune.