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Feng Shui T-Junction & Front Door Cure

The Feng Shui for a home on a T-junction can be quite overwhelming with negative energy, or Chi.

Bad Feng Shui may be ahead with a T-Junction. Fortunately, there are cures.

Bad Feng Shui may be ahead with a T-Junction. Fortunately, there are cures.

Fortunately, there are cures.

Convex Bagua Mirror Cure

The easiest short-term Feng Shui cure for homes like this is a convex bagua mirror.

Simply place the bagua mirror above your front door such that it faces the street.  This creates the intention of reflecting all the bad Chi away before it even has a chance to come into your home.

You probably don’t want the outside of your home to have this unsightly remedy.  No worries.  You can still hang it from inside of the house above the doorway.

Regardless, make sure that the mirror itself faces the direction of the street or the neighbor’s front door.

Place your convex Bagua mirror above your door on the interior wall facing toward the street. Yes, you won’t actually see the mirror.

Place your convex Bagua mirror above your door on the interior wall facing toward the street. Yes, you won’t actually see the mirror.

You are understanding me correctly.  Because the mirror is inside of your home, you won’t actually see the reflection when you look at the bagua.  Rather, the reflective part of the mirror will be facing a wall.

Either way, you are still reflecting the Chi, so it will work just fine.

Next Steps

Remember that T-junctions can be very problematic to Feng Shui.

Don’t ignore them!

While the above is a quick cure, it may not provide long-term benefits to those living on a T-junction.  Read about more lasting Feng Shui cures on my cul-de-sac post, which also applies to T-junctions.

If this simple cure doesn’t work for you, even short-term, there may be other Feng Shui factors involved with your particular house.  Take the necessary steps because you deserve to live a life of harmony and balance.

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Comments

  1. Richard Garrison says:

    I need to paint the front door facing West. Some sites say Red, Black or Green. Others say White, Gray, Yellow. Are there not any set rules?

    • Jessie Kim says:

      Painting your front door can be based on the bagua energy, as well as the Kua Number. I always recommend a color that attracts the eye and energy of the people walking by or driving by. Front door is the “mouth” of the home so you want to make sure it’s bright and pretty to enter through, this will welcome in positive and happy energy.

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