Feng Shui Q & A: Mirrors Facing Windows

(K & Co)

A reader asked an awesome feng shui question about bedroom mirrors: “One of the walls in my bedroom is pretty much entirely a window. Lots of lovely light comes in, but I have to put my largest mirror directly across the room from it. Is this okay if the bed is between the wall with the dresser and the “window wall”?”

My answer

Short answer: this is totally fine IF what is outside the window is pleasant (ie, not a tree branch precariously pointing toward your window, etc) and if you have curtains sufficient to not be blasted with amplified sunlight earlier than you’d prefer to wake up!

Mirrors facing beds are usually not great because of the startling nature of waking up to your reflection, along with other psychological and energetic implications of having a mirror directly face you as you sleep.  But beside you, I don’t see a huge problem. 

Again, this is a general answer but I think it could give you the guidelines t omake a decision that works for you!

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Sean November 22, 2013 at 4:59 pm

im renting a room currently. Opposite house room there is a big mirror facing my window. Am experiencing a string of bad luck. Is it actually that mirror is causing me this ?

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danaclaudat November 26, 2013 at 5:10 pm

I don’t believe in luck, per say, but you are clearly bothered by the window / mirror combo so you should change it! What does the mirror reflect? Put something stable and energizing in that space and see what happens! xxx

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Marco August 2, 2014 at 7:24 pm

In this modern world, my wall is entirely made of glass, is this considered a window? Is it ok to put a mirror facing it with the dining tables and living room sofas in between? When you say facing the window, does it mean the mirror is directly facing it? (Both the mirror and window is in parallel?).

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danaclaudat August 18, 2014 at 6:31 pm

That is extremely cool, as long as what is outside the window is something you want to see and the mirror is doubling something you want more of!

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Megan May 12, 2015 at 4:35 am

I haven’t got much room in my bedroom as enter in the room left and right walls are plain to be able to put bed and dresser table but the other walls has double wardrobe across all next wall to left and a window across next wall to left , I haven’t got room to fit my bed next to dresser table along right wall so is it ok to have my dresser table ,which has a mirror, on left wall facing window? I’m a bit superstition bout it

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danaclaudat July 1, 2015 at 2:46 am

your dresser can face a window. a mirror can face a window. but if it feels wropng, don’t do it!

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