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How about mirrors in bedroom? Is it good to put a big round mirror above my bed?

One best test to see if a mirror is located in a good or bad location is by sitting on the bed. If you can see your profile in the mirror either lying down or simply setting on the bed, this is considered no good under Feng Shui. The rationale is because, it was felt that when we sleep, our souls leave our body and when it sees itself in a mirror, it will get a `shock'. This view is widely held although some authors may interpret this differently but still hold on to this concept.

In my website, I mentioned that, if you do not have a problem and can sleep peacefully with a mirror facing you, then, go ahead but if you have restless sleeps, perhaps, you may want to look at removing the mirror or avoid placing one. But if you were to ask me, I still follow the above `practise' of not having mirrors facing our bed.

For a mirror above the bed, since you can see your profile, it would be better to follow `Feng Shui' taboo and where possible.. not have it there.

I am not sure if anyone has done a scientific survey on this FS taboo. If there is, we can then really understand if what we are practising now is `correct'.

Cecil Lee
Center for Feng Shui Research
March 1999

 

 

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...you are indeed a very generous person Cecil Lee Cecil Lee support@geomancy.net - Feng Shui at Geomancy.NetDear Master Cecil

First and foremost, after reading your advise on doing a search on the forum to my questions, I feel that you are indeed a very generous person. Who on earth will give out their valuable knowledge to others without taken a single penny. I did a search on crystals and changing of house period and found out that in your forum/reply, you went into very detailed reply with no cost (except for the internet bills).

Once again...thank you.

My doubts are cleared.

Sincerely,
Janice Wong Wai Yee
Malaysia
20 March 2004




Dear Robert,

Thank you for the reply. I had sent a short thank you to Master Cecil's response to my question on the forum.

I think you (both) are doing a great job. Your pride and enjoyment in doing your work shows through on the great website you have built. I know the hard work you have put in, also conducting my business and interest through a website.

Best regards,
Keith Orlando
United Kingdom
30 April 2004