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Suitable for resin art, concrete, gypsum, wax, and even for baking food. Our clients use it for making orgonites, candles, chocolates, soaps.

The bagua is the feng shui energy map. It is one of the main principles of feng shui practice and one of the most powerful tools we use. The bagua offers a systematic way to evaluate the energy field of your environment.

Bagua literally means “eight areas” in Chinese. Therefore, the bagua is eight areas around a center. These areas are connected to different aspects of life. Each gua (or area) also has countless other layered meanings such as colors, elements, shapes, organs, and so much more. The ancient Chinese developed the bagua along with many other philosophies. The principles of yin and yang, the I-Ching, the five elements (and more) are interwoven and are the foundation of the bagua. All of these Asian ideologies were inspired by nature and sought to balance how humans can live in harmony in the natural world. 

The bagua is sometimes depicted as an octagon, other times a square. In either case, the bagua consists of eight areas around a center. The bagua is a compass that indicates life areas as well as many other symbolic meanings, such as this image above that identifies each gua by its corresponding I-ching trigram. In general, the bagua is an energy grid that you can lay over a floor plan. Most often, you would lay this over the entire home (the main floor plan). What most people don’t know is that the bagua is a conceptual map that can be superimposed over not only your entire home, but also a single room, your bedroom or office, a desk, or even your face. Or your property, your block, your town and beyond as it gets larger. The energy grid shrinks and expands, but it always remains in an equally proportioned three-by-three grid (like a tic-tac-toe board).

Feng Shui Bagua, silicone mold...