The concave bagua mirror (bowed inwardly) is a useful device as it neutralizes negative energies passively rather than reflecting the energies back, as is the case with flat mirrors (neutral) or convex mirrors. This is an effective means to dispersing harmful energies without harming those around us (e.g., neighbours).
Concave mirrors magnify a reflection when close and will turn it upside down when farther away. The act of turning a reflection upside down will also make it smaller. Therefore the concave mirror is used when large objects point at the front door or home. They become smaller and pose less of a threat. If you had a large tree in front of your front door then you would place this concave mirror to reflect it and shrink its image. When a smaller building is flanked by taller buildings the concave mirror may be used so that it reflects and diminishes the threat of the taller building.
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