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Pa Kua / Ba Gua Mirror

Pa Kua / Ba Gua Mirror

Ba Gua Mirror is Powerful Feng Shui cure and widely used outside front door of house to correct Feng Shui and Vasstu dosha. It consists of a round convex mirror mounted at the centre of an octagonal- shaped Pa Kua.

It is used to ward off negative energies entering a building mostly through the main door. The Pa Kua mirror, especially energized by the team of  ‘’®, will deflect the killing energies or Shar Chi generated from ‘poison arrows’ directed to your house, shop or building and prevent it from entering. Poison arrows may generate from many sources: offending poles, lampposts, trees, large building, edges of building, a road headed towards you, T-Junctions, escalators and other imposing structures, infrastructures or landscape in front of your house, shop or building’s main door, the ‘chi’ entry point. The negative energies emanating from these sources cause constant arguments, depression and minor misfortunes, and at its worst brings severe sickness, mishaps, accidents and even death in the household, if it is not promptly dealt with.

A word of caution here that it is very important that Ch’ien trigram be on the top of Ba Gua Mirror. We have observed many reputed organizations selling Pa Kua mirrors which, if placed the way they suggest, would be useless and even harmful. If you have a back door, it is advisable to have one Pa Kua mirror installed over it as to safeguard both the doors. If the mirror is hung in the North, business profits, in East, it increases success and acclaim are achieved. You should never install Ba Gua Mirror in South, without suggestion from a Vastu Consultant or Feng Shui Expert.
Our Ba Gua Mirrors, especially energized and activated by the team of ‘’®, is also able to repel evil spirits and people with bad intentions towards you. In special cases, we suggest Concave Ba Gua Mirror, which neutralizes negative energies passively rather than reflecting the energies back, as is the case with Convex mirrors. These are the special situations, where hanging a Ba Gua Mirror may inadvertently cause harm to your neighbors or surroundings. Always keep in mind that these mirrors should never be installed indoor, as in that case it will do great harm. Do try to keep your Ba Gua Mirrors clean and shiny. Do not let any dust accumulate on it.

How to place Ba Gua Mirrors?

Before placing this Feng Shui Symbol, cleanse the area with salt water. Keep your Pa Kua Mirror in open sunlight and let it absorb the early sun rays. Now make positive intentions and ask of any wish that you want to fulfill. After this process, burn incense sticks or anything else in conformity to your culture and then place the Ba Gua Mirror in its place. 

Every time you feel that Feng Shui Symbol has lost some energy, the best way to reactivate them is to place it before sunrays for a few hours. Repeat again the placement ritual, described above.
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