This year we here at Mirrorworld are looking forward to enjoying Chinese New Year, the year of the Rooster! With all the excitement and celebration we are set to embrace the Chinese tradition of Feng Shui.
Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement. It is used to control the flow of chi (life energy) in the home, garden, office, etc. Feng Shui is working with things as they are to try to bring harmony and balance into your life with your surroundings.
Mirrors can add calm and order to your home – if you follow these simple Feng Shui rules.
- Dohang mirrors to bring in beautiful views of nature from the outdoors, activating healthy Chi energy indoors.
- Douse mirrors where they’ll add light and movement to your space. Add a large mirror to a long dark hallway to draw Chi energy down the hall, helping it circulate around your home.
- Dohang a mirror near your entrance. This will give you a positive glimpse of yourself on your way out the door.
- Don’thang a mirror so it reflects you within 5 feet of entering your home. This will cause your Chi energy to bounce back out the door.
- Don’thang mirrors with distorted or antiqued surfaces. Over time as you see yourself in them, you will come to feel distorted or prematurely aged yourself.
- Don’thang a mirror too high or too low. It must be at a height where you can perfectly see at least your entire head and shoulders, and those of anyone with whom you share your home.
It is important to understand that there are several different schools of feng shui, as well as a strong culturally specific symbolic aspect of feng shui that you have to use intelligently. Do your own research and see what works for you, in the meantime we recommend looking at our designer range, in particular the Ovale
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