Mirrors In The Bedroom: 3 Feng Shui Myths Explained
Mirrors in the bedroom for Feng Shui placement.
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Feng Shui mirror placement is one of the most controversial and misunderstood topics in Feng Shui. There are many misconceptions surrounding mirrors in Feng Shui, especially mirrors in the bedroom. Let’s look at some of them.
Feng Shui Mirrors and Myths
Feng Shui Mirror Myth #1: When your soul leaves your body as you sleep, the mirror will drain your energy so that, when you awake, you will not feel rested. In extreme cases, the soul may get confused and actually enter the mirror instead of your body.
The truth is, unless someone is elderly or sick, where there is greater risk of the soul exiting the body forever, it’s safe to hang a mirror in the bedroom, even across from the bed.
Feng Shui Mirror Myth #2: Hanging a mirror in the bedroom, especially in view of the bed, invites a third party in to the bedroom, putting the couple at risk of extramarital affairs.
A mirror in the bedroom does not actually increase the risk of infidelity. Painting the master bedroom peach, however, can put a couple at risk of cheating.
Feng Shui Mirror Myth #3: Hanging a mirror in the view of the bed may startle you if you wake up in the middle of the night, since you’ll see another person sitting there.
If you find this to be the case, you might cover the mirror at night. However, there’s no Feng Shui reason not to hang a mirror in your bedroom.
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