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Feng Shui T-Intersection Cure / Front Door Cure

Feng Shui Convex Bagua 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.

The Feng Shui for a house on a T-intersection or for a home with a front door lining up with a neighbor’s front door can be quite overwhelming with negative energy, or Chi.

Fortunately, there are cures.

Convex Bagua Mirror Cure
The simplest Feng Shui cure for houses like this is a convex bagua mirror.

Just hang it above your front door facing the street with the intention of reflecting all the bad Chi out before it even has a chance to come into the house.

If you don’t want it to be seen from the outside of the house, then you can still hang it from inside of the house above the doorway.

Either way, be sure the reflective side of the mirror is facing out to the street or the neighbor’s front door.

Yes, if the mirror is inside of your house, you won’t actually see the reflection when you look at the bagua because the reflective part of the mirror will be against the wall.

Even though the actual objects are not being reflected by the mirror, you are still reflecting the Chi, so it will work fine.

Feng Shui at a T-Intersection

This sign should actually mean, “Keep Out!”

Next Steps
Remember, T-intersections and front doors lining up can be a serious problem in Feng Shui.

Don’t ignore them!

While the above is a quick cure, it won’t necessarily provide long-term benefits to those living on a T-intersection.  Read about more lasting Feng Shui cures on my cul-de-sac post, which also applies to T-intersections.

If this simple cure doesn’t seem to work, even short-term, there may be more Feng Shui factors involved with your particular home.

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  1. Feng Shui says:

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  2. Velle says:

    Dear ms kim,

    We just bought a new place but prior to that we realised that our new neighbour has been hanging bagua at her main door. Coincidently her main door is facing ours.

    Is this dangerous to us?
    What can we do to counteract this?

    Thank you.

    • Jessie says:

      When your door is in direct line with your neighbors, it can cause a conflict with that neighbor. So, by hanging a Bagua mirror, it deflects that direct energy from hitting your house. There is no harm to your home by being faced with a Bagua mirror. Feng Shui is never done to harm others. But, I could also recommend that you hang a wind chime in front of your front door to deflect the direct energy hitting your house. By doing this, you and your neighbors might become best friends or at least Feng Shui buddies! Good luck!

  3. amanda says:

    what is recommanded to place in the chai and water position in the house. i place a paino in the water position is it ok ?

    • admin says:

      The water element is located in the front part of your house, your Career gua. If you have a piano there and frequently play lots of happy, flowing music, then I don’t see the harm in it. But if the piano is just sitting there, then it simply represents a wood element. If that is the case, it is just draining the energy from the water element area and I would recommend putting the piano somewhere else. One option is to place it in the Family gua, which is represented by wood. Alternatively, you could have the piano in the Prosperity gua since it is a wealthy item to have. If you need more help, be sure to contact me. Good luck!

  4. Vivien says:

    Dear Ms Kim

    We have a house that sits on a T intersection but not directly facing front door but rather off a little to the left side of house, facing driveway. Is that bad Fung shui and is there remedy??


    • Jessie Kim says:


      Unfortunately, yes, it still affects your home negatively. It is especially bad if there are bedrooms on top of the garage that are facing the T-intersection. I would focus on remedying the bedrooms above the garage by placing convex Bagua mirrors on the windows facing out to the street. But for the garage itself, I would put a convex Bagua mirror on top of the garage door to reflect off the “poison arrow” that is coming to the house. Also, if you can do some landscaping in front of the garage, you could try adding a flag pole, tall trees, tall bushes, etc. By placing these types of objects in the line of the intersection, they will slow down the negative energy that is hitting your house.

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      I wish you the best!

      -Ms. Feng Shui

  5. Ashley says:

    Dear Ms. Feng Shui,
    Is an L-intersection house have the same Feng Shui reading as the T-intersection home?
    I am under contract on a new built house and the front door faces directly @ the point. If the house can be shifted to one side to have the garage (w/windows) directly faces @ the point, would that be better? Thank you for your reply.

    • Jessie Kim says:

      Ashley- That’s a great question. It would be best to avoid a home in an intersection all together. But, if you are obligated and you have a choice to build it the way you want it, then I would make sure that the front door does not face the intersection. If you want to hire me as a consultant during the design phase, I can be of some help there. Best of luck!

  6. MG says:

    Our house is on a T intersection. Main door, garage door, kitchen window and bedroom window face the intersection. Do we need to place a bagua mirror on each or one is fine?

    • Jessie Kim says:

      MG: Thank you for commenting! It would be okay to just put the Bagua mirror on top of the front door, but I would put other types of protection for the other rooms. Perhaps a nice fence or hedge around the house to create a wall, especially for the kitchen and bedroom. Good luck!

  7. Naomi Reed says:


    I want to sell this house with a huge utility pole proximity to the house. It’s been sitting on the market mainly because of that. What are the things I could improve with Feng Shui?

    Please help!

    • Jessie Kim says:

      Without seeing the actual house, all I can say is that you may be able to place a Bagua mirror facing the utility pole from the house with the intention of pushing the energy of the utility pole away from the house. If it’s at a certain angle, in front of the house or at the back of the house, there might be ways to block the view of the pole by placing tall plants in the line of sight to virtually hide the pole. But if it’s directly in line with the front door, placing a Bagua mirror would be the best bet.

  8. melsch says:

    I am new the feng Shui. We are selling a house that faces a t-street facing east
    The street faces our garage and does not line up with the front door exactly.Do I need to use bagua mirrors or would crystals in the windows work in the bedroom above the garage?
    Thank you

  9. Joey says:


    I bought a town house and located right in front of my sister house. So it is basically a back to back house with my sister. My front door is facing their facing their garage. Is this bad luck?

  10. sarah says:

    I’m also new to Feng Shui. Right side of our new-to-us home lies at a T intersection which directly hit our living area and a bedroom above it. Plus our neighbor built their new houseand their front door will be directly in line at our front door on the left side. Our home faces South direction. Should we put bagua on front door and bedroom?

  11. odessa galicia says:

    Hi ms jessie,
    we bought a lot in a private subdivision and it’s on a t-section. we are now planning for the house construction. Should we push through with it?

    • Jessie Kim says:

      Sorry for the delay. I would suggest against it as my first preference. If you have already decided to move forward, I hope that you have some freedom for landscaping and fences. I suggest you contact me so that we can discuss your project in more detail.

  12. Carlos says:

    Hello, We are purchasing a one story home in a somewhat T intersection. Its a one story not quite in the center of intersection. The garage is the part of the house that mostly face the intersection. The front door is to the left. I have included a photo to help. Is there any thing we can do to help with this situation.
    Sorry your site does not let me upload photo.

    Thanks Carlos

    • Jessie Kim says:

      For T-intersection homes, there are different things you need to take into consideration. Of the most important is the ages of the people who will be living in it? If they are in their late 50’s, I would recommend against it because their health is more likely to be effected by the T-intersection’s energy than younger people would. That doesn’t necessarily mean that young people should live in a T-intersection without any problem, but they will be facing more challenges in their life than if they were to have if they lived in a different home.

  13. nicole says:

    We are looking at a house that is at the top of a curved T-intersection. The house sits slightly up a hill and the road facing it goes down, away from the house. The garage, bottom livingroom window, 2 top floor bedroom windows face the t-intersection, directly into the road. The front door is not on the side of the house, so it doesn’t face the t-intersection. It’s a residential neighborhood near a school and it doesn’t appear too much traffic flows through. Would there still be a lot of negative chi flowing into the house if it’s on a slight hill? Again, the road it faces sloped down, away from the house.

    • Jessie Kim says:

      If the street is a T-intersection, it’s still a T-intersection but how much impact it has on your home and your lives are based on the placement of the house on the lot. It sounds like your house is little bit safer then most T-intersections are. If you can I would still make sure that your front lawn has a fence or light pillars to create a barrier from the T-intersection traffic and energy. If you would like more detailed consultation for remedies, please contact me.

  14. Kumar. says:

    Hi, I have a plan to buy a house which my family loves. They are very happy with the house. but i have a concern that the house is at the end of the T- intersection of a backlane road. Ask some of my friends and they mentioned that if it is backlane, it is not considered a negative chi since there are no much car movement there. What is our advice on this. If it is bad? What the the best remedy? Thank you.

    • Jessie Kim says:

      Being at a T-intersection is hard, it’s the rush of the energy you have to deal with, and depending on the energy of the people who are living in it, some are strong enough to with stand it, some are too weak and can cause all kinds of issues. If you are at the back end of it, at least you are not at the front load of energy coming to you, but if your house front door is hidden from the street then you have a different issue where you are not getting new energy to your home but only stagnant energy.

  15. Lyn Cotter says:

    Hi there, can you please assist with a feng shui cure for a electric light pole right in alignment with my front door. I didn,t notice this when I purchased this home , Any f shui suggestion would be appreciated. I have a fountain & dragon up high drinking from my fountain all on left hand side looking out of front door. On right looking out at ground level is a tiger. No financial luck & I think maybe this electric pole. Front door cannot be moved. Also a couple of nice cane/bamboo type of plants in 2 pots near this arrangement. thanks, your advise would be appreciated. Lyn

    • Jessie Kim says:

      You need to hang a Bagua mirror above your front door to “push” that electric pole away from your front door line, with the intention of removing all obstacles in your life path.

  16. Mrs. B says:

    We are renting 2 bd in a house that is on a T. The garage door faces the T. Front door is on the side. Our landlord leaves garage door & living door open all day long. A lot of CHI & wind coming in. How can we protect our selfs? We have not found another place to move to, my husband hasn’t been paid at his job & we are constantly getting colds. Thank you in advance.

  17. Steven says:

    I want buy a house it’s like a t it hit on the right side of the house where the master bedroom is is it ok to buy thanks if it’s ok to buy what should I do to make it work

    • Jessie Kim says:

      If that is the only option you have then make sure you place a tall tree or place a large rock or stone pillar in the front yard that faces the T-intersection to physically stop anything that might jump the curb and end up in your master bedroom. From inside, make sure to hang some thick curtains to block out any headlights that will turn into your bedroom as well as a Convex bagua mirror that faces out into the T-intersection to help “push” the fast energy away from your house.

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