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Mirror placement in living room

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Mirror placement in living room

Mirrors are common decorative items in houses and especially in smaller apartments and flats, to extend the interior so that the house looks spacious internally. However, it can be a taboo to have big mirrors set across the walls if not placed correctly. Below we share two case studies on this design.

Mirrors – Feng Shui Case Study I

One of the houses we visited has a big mirror across the wall in the living room, and this is a very common design that is in trend, as houses are getting smaller and smaller in places where lands are scarce. However, this mirror has caused a toil on the missuses of the house, especially the health.

Mirrors – Feng Shui Case Study II

There was another house where we visited with small pieces of mirrors plastered all over the wall, and within this sector, we can see the health issue on the male residents of the house, as well as the career progression and general movement (tend to laze around and do not enjoy active lifestyle). There is also an indication of fertility issue and stress.

Mirrors – Feng Shui Case Study III

House number 3 was a complete new space, and the house owner intended to place a big mirror across the dining area. Immediately, we asked about his health issue and his current living place layout. True enough, he has been feeling unwell for quite some time despite seeing a few doctors already and his current place arrangement has exactly the things that we have mentioned even when we did not step into his current place before. We then advised him to place a painting in replacement of the mirror, as well as made some adjustments to his current place. He feedback to us his health surprisingly improved immediately after the adjustment in his current place. This case study is a perfect example of “Synchronicity“.

As much as the interior designers enjoy using mirrors to cover the walls nowadays, it is always best to be careful of the placement. This will prevent any unnecessary health issues, as the impact of big mirrors are significant.

火神明
火神明

Huo Shenming's real name is Fang Qing Xiong (Jackie). He is born with claircognizance and divination abilities. He enjoys helping people with the wisdom and knowledge that he has accumulated from his many lifetimes. He is a certified practitioner in I Ching Feng Shui, Bazi, Divination, Psychic and entity attack defense. The reason for using the nickname "Huo Shen Ming" is a constant reminder for him to work towards his goal of opening up everyone's higher-self to lead them to a better tomorrow. "Huo Shen Ming" has got number of meanings. [Huo] in mandarin is fire. With "fire", we can see through darkness. There will not be living things without "fire" and earth will be as good as a dead star without the Sun. [Shen] represents the spirit of the universe. In the Seven Chakras, the Crown Chakra is one few inches above our head that brings connection to the super-conscious mind and our higher self. This is similar to the Chinese saying "舉頭三尺有神明". [Ming] reminds us that everything in the universe has got Yin-Yang and they co-exist together. It reminds us to look at all things in Yin and Yang, similar to the laws of the Universe.

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