Mirror Placement Tips and Ideas in the Home and Business Premises
The mirror serves to reflect the objects when placed in a room. In the science of Feng Shui, the bagua mirror (pa kua) are often used to avoid the bad influence of the front of the house. But in fact, the mirror is very helpful not only to banish dangers, but also to increase, or doubling the luck of the household. There are three kinds of mirrors: flat mirrors, convex, and concave. Flat mirrors make shadows on objects that are in front of him. Therefore, many flat mirrors used to double the success and luck.
For example, in the store, you can put a flat mirror on the ceiling near the entrance of the store. The number of customers who come will appear double and increased the visitors. Flat mirrors can also be placed along the walls of the restaurant where the available space feel cramped. For example, elongated shaped mirror with only three meters wide. By placing a mirror along the wall, then the restaurant will feel more spacious.
Often, the mirror is also placed in the checkout area to reflect the machine ‘cash register’; or put it on the back shelf of goods sold with the aim to always have a lot of inventory. Flat mirror in the house is usually used in the dining room, which used to double the food, with the aim of becoming more affluent residents.
However, it should also be remembered, put a big mirror in the bedroom should not reflect the position of the body in a state lying on the bed; let alone put it on the ceiling. This is a prohibition in the rules of Feng Shui! In the kitchen, usually a flat mirror placed on the stove. If the position of the cooking in the kitchen ‘waste’ food in the direction of the road, indicating exhaust sustenance. Therefore, placing a mirror placed on the wall that look out onto the street, will create a shadow of the person who cooks ‘throw back’ the food being cooked is ‘entered’ into the house (toward the house).