Create Positive Energy with Wind Chimes and Mirrors
By Janet Woods Msc.d
Mirrors in the home or office create the illusion of a larger space but in the art of placement they reflect, attract and redistribute energy and there are some rules to follow when incorporating these in your space.
Mirrors and Water Flow
The bathroom is one of the most important places to use mirrors because energy moves with and is attracted to water, but if you keep your bathroom door open the good energy may be lost down the drains.
To correct this, hang a large, door-sized mirror on the outside of the door. This will reflect the energy, and keep it from entering the bathroom and flowing from your home, and it will keep the negative energy from coming inside the rest of your spaces.
A mirror over the sink drain will reflect energy back and prevent it from going down the drain. Wherever you use mirrors, you shouldn’t use mirror tiles because they cut the reflection and disrupt the energy.
The Energy of Sound
Positive and negative sounds are all around us and to add wind chimes to your surroundings help to boost the good and limit the bad noises.
In fart of placement the sounds of water and chimes combined amplifies positive energy. Use only well-tuned chimes that compliment the sound of the moving water and not discordant chimes, or those that might conflict or counteract with negative energy flow.
If your chimes are tuned to the Pentatonic scale, they will sound great even on a windy day, but you’ll want to take these down or tie a rag around them during heavy storms and wind.
The best placement for chimes are in archways on patios, a gazebo, or carport, and they often work well hung under eaves at front and back entrances to the dwelling.
Until Next Week,