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Feng Shui teaches us how to make the house a more beautiful, pleasant and energy-balanced space. This also applies to mirrors, which can bring both good and bad vibes to our living space.
Various types of mirrors can restrict and even block the flow of energy. An important characteristic of mirrors according to feng shui practice is that they regulate the flow of QI energy in the space. In addition to bringing a mirror into the house, you should bring good intentions and think about why you place the mirror in a certain place.
From a feng shui perspective, it is better to choose a mirror with a flat surface or a convex or concave mirror.
These mirrors should be removed from your home, in accordance with feng shui practice:
Avoid mirrors that are:
– broken, – cut, – blurred – and those that distort images.
This includes groups of small mirrors; an intact piece of glass is best.
Don’t worry though, that doesn’t mean you should ditch your favorite vintage mirror or fancy wall with a mosaic mirror, but you can turn it into something else and recycle it. For example, stick some pictures, ornaments or make a decorative mirror mosaic on a table in the living room. Not everything in your home should strictly conform to the feng shui rules, but you can adjust them to suit you perfectly. The most important thing is to love the space you are staying in and feel comfortable in it.
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