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Chinese Zodiac Knot Feng Shui Bagua Taoist FengShui Mirror

Chinese Zodiac Knot Feng Shui Bagua Taoist FengShui Mirror

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Crafted with intricate traditional knotting techniques and inlaid with its variable art symbols, this mirror brings good luck, health, wealth, fortune, and harmony. This bagua mirror should be hung above the front door if possible - centering it is even better - as it's potentially a very powerful Feng Shui tool. If you live opposite a cemetery or other inauspicious location, hang the mirror opposite it to reflect bad qi and bring balance back into your home or business. With its exquisite design and symbolic meaning, this is an essential piece of decoration to help create that feeling of wellbeing everywhere you go!


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Traditions Behind

What's Zodiac in Chinese Culture?

In Chinese culture, the zodiac refers to a 12-year cycle of animal signs that are used to represent different years. Each year is associated with a specific animal and its characteristics, and people born in that year are believed to inherit some of those traits. The Chinese zodiac signs are as follows:

  1. Rat
  2. Ox
  3. Tiger
  4. Rabbit
  5. Dragon
  6. Snake
  7. Horse
  8. Goat (or Sheep)
  9. Monkey
  10. Rooster
  11. Dog
  12. Pig

The order of the animals in the zodiac is determined by their arrival at the Jade Emperor's party, where they were assigned their position based on the order in which they arrived. Each zodiac animal is also associated with one of the five elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, and water), which further influences the characteristics of people born under that sign. The Chinese zodiac is widely used for fortune telling, matchmaking, and personality analysis.

What's Taoist Culture?

Taoist culture refers to the beliefs, practices, and values of Taoism, a philosophical and religious tradition that originated in ancient China. Taoism emphasizes living in harmony with the Tao, which is often translated as "the Way." The Tao represents the natural order of the universe, and Taoists believe that living in accordance with it is the key to happiness, health, and spiritual fulfillment.

Taoist culture includes a wide range of practices and beliefs, including meditation, martial arts, qigong (breathing exercises), feng shui (the arrangement of objects in space to promote good energy flow), and the use of herbal remedies. Taoism also emphasizes the importance of balance and harmony in all aspects of life, including relationships, work, and personal health.