Of all Bagua used in Feng Shui, the Convex Bagua is amongst the most powerful in terms of it’s capacity to repel Sha Qi or negative, killing energy from poison arrows. Poison arrows is a Feng Shui term that refers to sources of negative energy. They include:
- Trees in front of front door
- Pylons, street lights or other street furniture in front of main entrance
- Street coming directly at a front door
- Edges of buildings or protrusions from buildings pointing towards the front door
- Front door faces another door that is significantly bigger
- Walls or other permanent structures point at front door
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Of all Bagua used in Feng Shui, the Convex Bagua is amongst the most powerful in terms of it’s capacity to repel Sha Qi from poison arrows.
This makes it ideal for use in cases of significant inbound Sha Qi such as from an incoming road, the edge of a large building or a tree or telegraph pole outside one’s front door.
However it is this power that also means some caution must be used. Since it will reflect back the Sha Qi forcefully, use it only when there is significant problems. In particular, please try to avoid using it if it will be directing Sha Qi onto elderly, young or pregnant persons. There are alternatives we can recommend if you are in that situation.
Our Convex Baguas have a domed mirror protruding outwards, hence things reflected in it are larger than they are and this scaling up of the reflection enables it to counter fierce Sha Qi. The outer frame is yellow painted wood inscribed with the trigrams of the Early Heaven Bagua and the Nine Palaces. At the top there is a small hoop, allowing for easy fixing to a wall with a nail or screw (not supplied).