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The BaGua mirror protects, adjusts and balances Chi, especially that is facing/coming at your home and workplace. The bagua mirror is easy to use and inexpensive protection method for "shar chi" or poison arrows. The bagua mirror is used massively in "Form School of Feng Shui", which was the first and oldest feng shui school dating back to Song Dynasty (AD960-1279). Form School of Feng Shui which is the basis of all schools of feng shui overrides other school of thoughts when certain shapes and formation in an environment is not in a desirable mode. Since most of us live in urban areas, the natural elements of landscape and formation are represented by buildings, roadways and other manmade structures.
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A few months ago, I rearranged the furniture in my livingroom to make it appear more spacious. Prior to the rearranging, I never spent any more time in the livingroom than was absolutely necessary. Since then, you can't get me out of there.
There are dark corners and sharp bends in my house that have grated on me whenever I came near. My instincts told me to buy mirrors and lights to reduce these irritations. After viewing this film, I thought, "I'm not waiting a moment more."
One other thing - the type of Feng Shui that is presented is based on the entrance to a room, not its actual geographical orientation. Not only does that eliminate the need for compasses (well discussed in the video), it makes for a quick and easy understanding of Feng Shui.
I am convinced that Feng Shui will work.
Included with the video is a bagua, an 8-sided drawing that is demonstrated in the film and used for locating areas in a house or room where aspects of one's life (career, marriage, children, self-knowledge, etc.) are being impacted by "chi" (subtle energy). Also included is a list of Feng Shui remedies that were explained in the video (mirrors, wind chimes, plants, etc.)
Useful, practical advice from two recognized experts of the Black Tantric Sect of Feng Shui, Deborah Gee and Lin Yun -- very well done!