Space Clearing Brass
Color: Natural Brass
Dimension(in): 4x1.2x5.5 in each
This is the reproduction of the ancient
circular shaped mirror made from brass in the ancient times for
feng shui rituals. Ancient mirrors are supposed to have magic
power to protect owners from evil and are called "Hu Hsin
Ching". They are believed to make hidden spirits visible
and to reveal the secrets of futurity. Metal mirrors are potent
feng shui ornament used by taoist practitioners for space clearing,
protecting against people of bad intention, dissolving bad chi,
turning enemies into friends, attracting new love into ones life
and bringing good luck. The mirror uses reflection of rays to
do space clearing and the benefit of it is it will continuously
clear the space automatically without anyone attending to it.
This is therefore advantageous for those who are working and not
able to perform singing bowl space clearing everyday. It is therefore
excellent to be used in premises and houses where energy is bad
due to bad feng shui or flying stars. The magic mirror is required
in the center of homes or living rooms or ones personal bedrooms
to continuosly deflect away evil energy and secure good feng shui.
What the magic mirror symbolizes
and how to use them?
The replica of ancient mirrors can be concave
or flat but must always be circular in shape and made from brass
as the main ingredient. The brass mirror will reflect rays that
trigger lucky influences and space clearing purposes but never
by the modern glass mirror. In ancient times, the mirror is flashed
upon the bride on her wedding day to bring her luckiness. Ancient
people also use mirror to clear away stale and dark energy from
their face to start off a new day when they are going out for
an important pursuit. Another example is rich people placed mirrors
in their halls to prevent mad people from entering their homes.
If one had studied the history of feng shui, the brass mirror
was hung up on outside of the ancient bed-curtain to counteract,
prevent, or dissipate devilish or unpropitious influences. It
was supposed that evil spirits, on approaching to do harm, will
be apt to see themselves reflected in the mirror, and becoming
frightened, will betake themselves away without delay.
There were also countless examples of real
life historical figures who claimed the magical effects of mirrors
1. Chin Shih Huang (the first emperor of Chin Dynasty AD255) was credited with the possession of a magic mirror, which had the power of reflecting the inward parts of those who looked upon it.
2. Li Shin Min (the second emperor of Tang Dynasty AD597-649) is recorded to have remarked, "By using the mirror of brass you may see to adjust your cap, by using antiquity as a mirror, you may learn to foresee the rise and fall of Empires."
What is more, mirror as a gift represents
good luck. Giving away a magic mirror to someone would bring marriage
luck, descendants luck or even leap frogging promotion in his
or her career.
Also according to ancient beliefs, one could absorb the energy
from a full moon with this magic mirror and then used it as a
make-up mirror to create long term beauty and radiance in ones
face. The powerful yin energy from the moon would make ladies
prettier and having smooth skin, thus making her more attractive.
Besides, the mirror could also be used to shine on someone you
like to create two way attraction to each other. If you want to
make friends with colleagues or people in an important ball (e.g.
business ball), absorb sunlight yang energy, then when shone on
people, including your enemies they will become your friends instantly.
Similarly, you may use this magic mirror to do space clearing
for your room and home or office space. Absorb strong yang energy
from the sun to charge it up once a while, and shine the magic
mirror in the interiors to dissolve bad chi right away. Your surrounding
energy will be revitalized right away.
One may place the magic mirror in their space to CONTINOUSLY clear
the space, rejuvanate energy and deflect away bad energy. Unlike
the other space clearing tools such as the singing bowl and incense
smoke, the mirror will work for you every day for 24 hours a day
automatically and effectively. This leaves no rooms for bad energy
to accumulate in your space. Suitable for areas where you desire
to create good feng shui, such as curing bad flying stars in living
rooms, dining and including bedrooms.
One may also place the mirror diagonally facing to the maindoor to ward off any bad chi that tries to enter their properties. This was a special ritual practiced by many taoist masters.
Defect rules built over time: Because they
are held by tools and shaped through machining from blocks , there
could be tiny tool marks or scratches visible under 30cm visual.
Cast brass work experiences high heat process, gas defect, extreme
shrinking and rough process steps, therefore they have "common
irregularities" on their surfaces. They include blisters, bubbles,
shrinkages, cavities, scratch lines, dents, tarnishes, dark spots,
oxides etc. They are NOT considered as faulty and therefore are
non rejectable. Despite obtaining from factories that provide high
brass purity and the best in workmanship that supply only grade
A pieces to us, common irregularities are still unavoidable.