Have you ever tried to look at yourself in a mirror like this?
When your face or body are reflected in mirrors like this you see a fractured and confused version of yourself, rather than whole and complete being.
Why are they such bad Feng Shui? Because Feng Shui is dedicated to:
- helping you to see and know yourself clearly,
- creating clarity in your world, and
- eliminating confusion.
A miror with good Feng Shui reflects the whole you in your beautiful entirety.
Here are my tips for buying and hanging a mirror with good Feng Shui. A mirror with good Feng Shui is
- Clean and clear: not cloudy, smokey or antiqued.
- All in one piece, not fractured or broken
- Large enough to reflect your entire head, neck and shoulders, plus the aura that surrounds you (about 4-6″ all around your upper body.
- Placed at such a height that you can easily see yourself without standing on tiptoe or bending down.
With mirrors like this in your home you’ll feel calmer and more “pulled together,” guaranteed.
Do you have a specific question about using mirrors in your space? If so please send it to me via my Ask Ann page.
For a selection of fabulous Feng Shui mirrors, please check out my Amazon store.