5in Concave Mirror Bagua (Yellow Base)


5in Concave Mirror Bagua (Yellow Base)
Material: Wood
Color: Yellow
Dimension(in): 5x5x0.5 in
Weight: 100g
ID: HH0101
Note: This is a non-shinny matte mirror

This is a standard traditional bagua with all the important features that are needed as a potent countermeasure in feng shui. It has the 8 trigrams (in early heaven arrangement), the Luoshu diagrams in its perimeter and a concave mirror at the center. The bagua is made from compressed wood that can withstand outdoor stress environment.

Note: This is a non-shinny matte mirror

What Bagua symbolizes and how to place the object?
A good bagua mirror is in octagonal shape, usually framed in wood and measures about 4 to 7 inches across. It has the eight trigrams marked around the outside with a round mirror in the center. The bagua mirror is easy to use and inexpensive protection method for “shar chi” or poison arrows. The bagua mirror is used massively in “Form School of Feng Shui”, which was the first and oldest feng shui school dating back to Song Dynasty (AD960-1279). Form School of Feng Shui which is the basis of all schools of feng shui overides other school of thoughts when certain shapes and formation in an environment is not in a desirable mode. Since most of us live in urban areas, the natural elements of landscape and formation are represented by buildings, roadways and other manmade structures.

The secret of the protective bagua potency lies in the arrangement of the Eight Trigrams, Luo River Writing (simply called Luoshu diagram), 5 elements and small mirror in the center.

Eight Trigrams (derived from I-Ching or known as Book of Changes) is the pattern of change in our universe and its energy were formulated, with their transformation, events and evolution of mother nature recorded diagramically in the form of solid (yang) and (yin) lines called trigrams. These natural events affect our health, livelihood, and relationships.

The eight fundamental trigrams

The Luoshu diagram, on the other hand, was a pattern of black (yin) and white (yang) dots inscribed on a turtle’s shell found by Yu the Great, found of China’s first dynasty Xia (2100BC). The diagram denotes motion, transformation and interaction of natural and human chi forces.

The Luo River Writing

Five Elements – fire, earth, metal, water and wood – is used extensively to enhance positive chi and correct negative chi. Each element has its own chi characteristics and thus, interacts with other phases in different ways. Fire chi rises, earth chi revolves, metal chi contracts, water chi falls, and wood chi expands. How the five phases interact with one another determines the balance of qi in nature, in our living/working space, and in our beings. Five elements is used to promote balance in your home to enable better health, wealth and relationships.

All the above principles were then combined during Han Dynasty (206BC – AD220) into an integrated whole known as Bagua.

After understanding the theory behind bagua, now it is important for us to choose a proper bagua to ensure it works powerfully, even if it is not being blessed by a taoist monk. Baguas sold by Feng Shui Bestbuy are accurately designed according to correct principles, ready for use immediately.

The proper arrangement in bagua has the Chien trigram at the top and Kun trigram at the bottom to set up potent energy in repelling bad luck. As for the mirror in the center, they could be designed in flat, concave or convex according to principles of science in reflection of lights. Concave mirrors curve inwards and absorbs all the bad chi. On the contrary, the convex mirror curve outwards and reflect all harmful chi away. Flat mirrors are neutral. While it is important to protect our homes, we should also consider preventing ourselves from harming our neighbours to gain good merits in our karma. Therefore Feng Shui Bestbuy only offer baguas with concave mirrors, which are equally powerful for usage.

Types of external Shar Chi that requires cure with a Bagua. We only advise using the concave bagua and not convex bagua in order not to hurt or harm your surroundings. Hurting your surrounding neighbourhood would bring bad karma and may affect your personal luck in the future.

Beware! Baguas can only be placed outdoor. Baguas placed indoor can be deadly and harmful to us. Baguas should be placed at the “points of entry of bad chi” into homes such as at the external portion of doors and windows:

  1. Baguas are useful to prevent bad luck from killing chi if our homes have main doors or windows facing cemeteries/funeral homes, hospitals/convalescent centers, police/firestations, schools/colleges/universities and houses of worship such as churches/mosques/temples.
  2. Baguas could also repel evil spirits, bad luck and harmful people when placed on top of main doors.
  3. Baguas could also diffuse killing chi (poison arrows) from lamp post, straight pole, tree and oppressing large building too close for comfort directly in front of your house.
  4. Baguas is best to remedy killing chi (poison arrows) coming from sharp angles, corners of buildings and roof ridges of your neighbours pointing at your front doors.
  5. Baguas cures continuous rushing chi on a T-intersection, a street that ends at your front yard with on coming traffic heading straight towards your house.
  6. Baguas nourishes any harmful chi that comes into our homes through the maindoor without us knowing it.

All the above situation if not cured can result in accidents, sickness, depression, psychological effects, or even death in household.

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 5 × 5 × 0.5 in


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