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Bagua Mirrors

Flat Bagua Mirrors || Concave Bagua Mirrors || Convex Bagua Mirror

The Bagua Mirror is a protective tool used in Feng Shui to deflect and diffuse negative energy (also known as Sha Qi). It consists of a mirror, surrounded by eight trigrams (see diagram opposite). Examples of common Sha Qi found in homes can include;

  • A large building or corners of a building
  • Power lines
  • A T-intersection where the road points at the home.
  • Ugly scenery.
  • Incorrectly positioned trees.
  • An offending pole or any sort of tower.
  • A roof line edge or any other kind of building or structure facing your front door.
  • An escalator pointing towards your business.
  • Infrastructures or landscapes in front of your home or business front door.
  • An electrical transformer opposite your home.
  • A cemetery, mortuary or undertakers opposite your home.
  • A situation where vandals or trespassers frequent your home or business.
  • Your desk is at the end of a long hallway, or you sit with your back to the entrance. This is the rare instance where a bagua mirror is placed on the inside of a building - on the wall you are facing so that the energy of anyone entering is reflected.
The eight trigrams of the bagua
The eight trigrams of the bagua.
Click here here for an explanation of each symbol.

Bagua mirrors can also be used to counteract negative Qi of a spiritual nature such as evil entities.

They are only used outside the house, office or retail business, and are mounted above the door or window with the mirror facing toward the offending object/"poison arrow". Never use a bagua mirror on the inside.

Hint. Place a bagua mirror above your front door to harmonise and create good fortune for all those that enter. Next time you visit a Chinese restaurant or business, have a look above the entrance for a bagua mirror.

There are a number of bagua mirrors available through Natures Energies, each with a different nature.


  • Which type of bagua mirror should I use if my home is at the end of a T-Junction? Concave, convex or flat?

    Wednesday, 05 March 2014
    You can use any of the mirrors for a T-Intersection. A flat mirror would be suitable.
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Flat Bagua Mirrors

We now cary a variety of flat bagua mirrors made from a hard perspex material, suitable for all weather conditions.

Red Green and Gold

These bagua mirrors have the colors red, green and gold surrounding the flat mirror. In Feng Shui, each color is symbolic, having different purposes;

  • Red - Represents summer, illumination and growth.
  • Green - Represents spring, creativity and vigour.
  • Gold - Represents late summer, productivity and success.
"I used the mirrors as intended and the results have been fantastic. Two days after putting them up, my crazy neighbor vacated her house where she's lived for 23 years." B. Boulton, Austin U.S.A
"I recently purchased a Convex Bagua Mirror from Natures Energies. I received it promptly and in great shape after the journey from Australia. I placed the mirror above my front door and it is working as promised. We have a very loud and rude family of Mexicans next door and this has quieted them significantly. It has been a true blessing for us and our neighbors." S. Avakian, Stockton, CA, U.S.A

Bagua mirrors are available in several different colors. Dimensions and materials are shown below;

Red and Gold Bagua Mirror
Material Color Diameter (in/cm) Weight (oz/g)
Resin and Glass Red and Shiny Gold 4.3 / 11 1.9/55
Transparent Blue and Silver Bagua Mirror
Material Color Diameter (in/cm) Weight (oz/g)
Resin and Glass Blue (Transparent) and Silver 4.3 / 11 2.6/77
Red and Gold Bagua Mirror
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Red and Gold Bagua Mirror

Price: $11.95

Red Green Gold Bagua Mirror
 Red Green and Gold Bagua Mirror
 Price: $11.95

Transparent Blue and Silver Bagua Mirror
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Transparent Blue and Silver Bagua Mirror

Looks great with the sun shining through!
Looks great with the sun shining through!
Price: $13.95

Concave Bagua Mirrors

The concave bagua mirror (bowed inwardly) is a useful device as it neutralizes negative energies passively rather than reflecting the energies back, as is the case with flat mirrors (neutral) or convex mirrors. This is an effective means to dispersing harmful energies without harming those around us (e.g., neighbours).

Concave Yellow and Black Bagua Material Diameter (in/cm) Weight (lbs/g)
Wood and Metal 4.13"/10.5cm 0.185/84
Concave Yellow and Black Bagua Mirror
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Concave Yellow and Black Bagua Mirror Price: $13.95

Convex Bagua Mirrors

"I was very happy with the convex mirror I ordered. We hung it up outside facing very unruly neighbours who had cars coming and going all night, and almost immediately they seemed to quieten and settle down. I received the mirror quickly and I will definitely order more things from your website in the future." T.B. U.S.A

Material Color Diameter (in/cm) Weight (lbs/g)
Wood and Metal Red Green and Gold 4.8"/10.2cm 0.125/57
  Convex Bagua Mirror - Red Green and Gold
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Convex Bagua Mirror - Red Green and Gold

Price: $13.95

Bagwa Yin Yang - Metal

The Bagwa consists of eight sacred emblems sometimes called trigrams, directions or activities. It is used to encourage the flow of Chi (life force) which is regarded as the primary building brick of the universe. The Bagwa is said to have been born on the back of a creature which rose from the deep at the dawn of time. The secrets of the Universe are believed to be contained within. The Bagwa can be used in Feng Shui to balance and move Chi. This product has been blessed.
Material Color Diameter (in/cm) Weight (lbs/g)
Brass Brass 3.3"/8.3cm 0.131/60
Bagwa Yin Yang - Metal (Front Side)
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Bagwa Yin Yang - Metal (Rear Side)
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Bagwa Yin Yang - Metal

Price: $19.95

Book - 20 Ways to Use a Feng Shui Mirror

by Jodi Brunner, Feng Shui Master

Extract from the introduction in the book .....

Feng Shui has many applications for mirrors and there are varying opinions about their uses. There is also much confusion and some superstition surrounding the use of mirrors.

This book is designed to enhance your knowledge of the use of mirrors in Feng Shui and give you an overview of problems that can occur. The mirror is used as a symbol of protection against visible and invisible threats. There are a number of basic roles to observe. It's fun and interesting to read and understand how to enhance your environment with the use of mirrors.

Some situations also use other specific Feng Shui cures which are not covered in this book. You may also wish to supplement your knowledge with advice from an experienced Feng Shui consultant.

If you find for some reason you can't implement a suggestion, the important thing to remember is that you are the creator of your environment. How you feel about your environment is the most important thing. That's what Feng Shui is all about!

You have the power to alter and uplift the environment in which you live and work. By doing so, you enhance your life.

Material Length Width Weight (oz/g)
Paper and Glass 9.7 cm 8.4 cm 1.6 / 46

20 Ways to Use a Feng Shui Mirror (includes an octagonal shaped mirror)

Price: $9.95

Book - 20 Ways to Use a Feng Shui
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Questions and Answers

  • We have a guavah tree inside the home which is visible, when we open main gate, from main gate it is about 6 feet. Which bagua mirror is best?

    Tuesday, 10 June 2014
    Really in your situation you can use ANY of the bagua mirrors that we sell. I would recommend using one of the flat mirrors as there are no bad energies that are originating from people, where you would need a curved mirror.
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