The Many Meanings of Breaking A Mirror - Superstition and Symbolism (2023)

If you live in a culture with heavy superstitions, you have definitely heard them all before. Step on a crack, and you’ll break your mother’s back, spill the salt, and you’ve got to throw some over your shoulder quickly, and another old favorite: break a mirror, and you just bought yourself seven years of bad luck.

Where do these superstitions about mirrors come from? Do many cultures have them, and if so, why? Will you actually suffer negative consequences from breaking a mirror? And what are you supposed to do with a broken mirror anyway? If you keep reading, you’ll learn all that and more.

The History of the Broken Mirror

Even leaving aside curses and superstitions, the broken mirror in and of itself is a striking image (no pun intended). Many cultures throughout history have regarded a broken mirror as a bad omen.

But why a mirror? Why doesn’t a broken vase or drinking glass elicit the same horror as a shattered mirror? It’s because no other glass objects clearly reflect your image and are solely intended to do so. As such, damage to your reflection can be seen as damage to you as a person.

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The Greeks and Romans

The earliest recorded instance of a belief that breaking a mirror is bad luck is from the Greek and Roman Empires, thousands of years ago, back when mirrors were made not of glass as we know them today but of metal.

Shiny metals such as copper or tin were suitably reflective and tarnished less easily than common metals such as bronze. Glass did not become a typical mirror material until at least the third century CE. It took centuries of glassmaking evolving as art for German scientist Julius von Liebig to finally develop the silvered-glass mirror we were familiar with in 1835.

Drawing on the Greek belief that a person’s reflection held their soul as well (which adds an interesting layer to the myth of the vain Narcissus), the Romans maintained that not only did reflections hold souls, but that the gods could observe your soul through them. As such, breaking a mirror in and of itself wasn’t what brought you bad luck: the gods’ outrage that you would so blatantly insult them was.

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The Romans are also the source of the seven-year limit on mirror-related bad luck: according to them, your body renews itself every seven years. Once the seven years were up, the body cursed by the gods no longer existed.

The Worldwide Meanings of a Broken Mirror

Because the broken mirror motif is so prevalent, it has various meanings worldwide. Here are just a few of them!

Christianity

Mirrors are not often mentioned in the Bible, so the fear of broken mirrors is not a Christian superstition. However, the idea of a dark or distorted reflection is brought up sparingly in the Bible, such as in the famous “For now we see through a mirror, darkly” line from Corinthians, which laments humanity’s collective inability in seeing the world clearly.

It should be noted again that the mirrors these lines refer to were not, in fact, glass, as the line is sometimes translated, but were almost certainly bronze or another easily tarnished metal which would have shown a very poor view of the true world.

These verses imply a similar belief about how a person’s reflected face symbolizes who they are as a person and cannot be tarnished.

Chinese Spiritualism

In Chinese mythology, the term “broken mirror” (pò jìng, 破镜) refers to a couple that has been tragically separated. When the pair reunite, it is referred to as the broken mirror coming together again.

Mirrors are also a part of the Chinese principle of feng shui, which you’ll learn about later. It is a complex concept, but in short, broken mirrors disrupt the energy of your home, and must be removed.

Judaism

While mirrors are also not often mentioned in the Torah, some modern denominations of Judaism have traditions concerning mirrors and death.

When someone dies, all mirrors in the house are covered for the duration of shiva, the seven-day immediate mourning period after the death. During this time, mourners rely on their community for support and do not concern themselves with vanity or physical appearance. It is a time to focus only on going through your grief.

However, some say that if you lift the cover and look into one of these mirrors, the Angel of Death will be staring back at you. Some also agree that breaking a mirror brings seven years of misfortune or poverty.

Hinduism

In Hindu culture, mirrors symbolize the goddess Lakshmi, the deity representing good fortune, wealth, and beauty. To break a mirror was to offend the goddess, who naturally would curse you with misfortune, poverty, and ugliness.

In addition, keeping a broken mirror is believed to bring negative energy into your home. If you do not quickly dispose of it, you and your family will be affected as long as it is there.

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The Superstitions Surrounding Breaking a Mirror

In cultures that lend significance to the reflection and mirror, there is also a prevailing superstition that breaking them is dangerous and causes misfortune of some kind. A study conducted in 2009 found that 60% of Americans believe in at least one superstition.

The most commonly known superstition is the popular Western belief that the mere act of breaking a mirror brings you seven years of bad luck, which derives from the Roman beliefs described above in “The History of the Broken Mirror.” Some even go further and claim that if you break multiple mirrors, your years of bad luck multiply sevenfold!

Around the world, there is not much distance from this idea in superstitions surrounding broken mirrors. While some cultures specify that bad luck is a punishment from the gods or interpret the broken mirror as bringing bad energy into your home instead of your person, the fact remains that breaking a mirror is a bad omen everywhere you go.

What’s the Meaning of a Mirror Breaking by Itself?

You may have seen it or even been jump scared by it in some horror movie before: a mirror breaking all on its own, implicitly reacting to some evil presence nearby. Is this why you have to go out and buy a new mirror?

Well, not exactly. Here are some reasons why a mirror might break on its own.

  • Usually, it is because the mirror is just too old.
    • The glass is worn and stressed by age (possibly tarnished as well, if it was an antique made with metals like silver or mercury) and gives out, cracking wide and giving you a scare!
  • Another explanation is that the tempered glass had minor defects that you couldn’t see until they expanded or were stressed enough to crack the mirror suddenly.
    • A warped or poorly made mirror frame can also cause damage to delicate glass.
  • Finally, watch your mirror during the worst of the summer and winter: dramatic temperature changes can also cause the glass to break spontaneously.
    • Bright sunlight shining directly onto the glass can cause this kind of change.

However, Western superstition often claims that if a mirror cracks on its own, it is an omen that somebody in the house will die soon or that you are about to get bad news. One contrasting Hindu belief also claims that if a mirror breaks on its own, you have narrowly escaped death because whatever evil thing was in your home left.

How to Properly Dispose of a Smashed Mirror

If your parents never told you when you were a child, we’ll tell you now: be careful around the broken glass!

Though injuries from glass shards are not often extensive, even the most minor cuts can be more than deep enough to need serious medical attention. You’ve already got enough to worry about without cleaning up blood too.

Some tips to safely clean up the broken glass are as follows:

  • Keep everyone not helping pick up the glass away from the area, especially pets and small children.
  • Do not underestimate how far a tiny shard may have flown from the smash point! Check at least 20 feet around, in cracks in the floor and under furniture and carpet.
  • Wear shoes if you can to avoid getting pieces of glass on bare or sock feet. You might even want to wear safety goggles too.
  • You don’t want to use a regular broom to sweep up glass; the shards will get stuck in the bristles. Use a dedicated broom and dustpan.
  • Never pick up broken glass with your bare hands.
  • Have a layer of protection such as dishwashing gloves (or any reasonably thick pair of gloves that glass can’t pierce) or thickly folded paper towels between your skin and the glass when you go to pick it up.
  • If you are using paper towels, dampen them first: the smallest bits of glass will stick to the moist, soft material.
  • Similarly, you can use folded pieces of tape or wrap your gloved hand in tape to make those hard-to-pick-up fragments of glass stick to you instead.
  • When you’re sure you got it all up, wrap it in an additional layer of paper towels, newspaper, or anything that will prevent it from poking through a trash bag.
  • Take out the trash immediately after throwing it away.

Avoid using a vacuum cleaner to suck up glass shards: no matter how small, the jagged edges are liable to ruin your poor vacuum!

Feng Shui and Broken Mirrors

You may have heard of feng shui before. It is the traditional Chinese concept of humanity being connected to the natural world. Its most well-known application is the arranging of the home to create as much balance between a person and their environment as possible.

Some principles of feng shui include:

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  • Making sure you have a clear line of sight to your door
  • Placing furniture in specific alignment with the “commanding position” where you spend the most time in a room
  • Selecting from the eight energies of bagua to incorporate in your design
  • Selecting which energies of the five elements you want to promote in your home

Bringing as much positive energy into the home as possible is the main goal of feng shui. So as you might have guessed, broken mirrors disrupt feng shui.

Because the mirror reflects light and your image, it is one of the important pieces of furniture in your room, alongside major objects such as your bed and desk. The act of breaking the mirror will not bring harm down on you, but keeping a shattered or cracked image of yourself in the house brings terrible energy because of what it implies about your self-worth.

Is There Any Scientific Evidence Supporting the Beliefs Around Mirrors?

No, there is no scientific evidence to support the belief in broken mirror superstitions. However, there is a considerable literature on why myths like this are so widely embraced by humans around the world.

Basically, superstitions are your brain’s way of trying to gain control over a stressful world. Misfortune is random and unpredictable, and we cannot cope with that. We try to rationalize it and calm our anxieties by clinging to the idea that if we do things a certain way — if we don’t walk under ladders, if we knock on wood, if we are careful not to break mirrors — the horrors of the world won’t fall on us.

Of course, it doesn’t work that way. But that’s just human nature for you.

What Does It Mean if I Dream of Broken Mirrors?

Recurring or common images in dreams often have similar meanings. For instance, if you dream of being covered in bugs or your teeth falling out, that usually symbolizes that you are stressed.

Likewise, if you dream of broken mirrors, it typically does not portend bad luck. Instead, it indicates something more complicated in your life or your psyche, often vulnerability or insecurity. The message could be that you have a poor view of yourself, as implied by a reflection distorted by cracks, or that you are prone to self-doubt about how other people view your character.

If you are the one to break the mirror, that can be symbolic of dismantling your own image to move on from the past or an old idea of yourself. It is a sign for you to remake your image anew.

What are Some of the Psychological Effects of Such Superstitions?

Superstitions are often deeply ingrained in the culture and lifestyle of the holder. Breaking traditions or accidentally making an infraction on an established rule, can have real-world psychological and even physical consequences.

One such example is the tragic account of Hmong refugees from Laos in the 1970s. They believed in a nightmare spirit known as dab tsog. Banishing dab tsog and other evil spirits required communal ritual. Upon immigrating to the United States, communities were split up. The major stresses of migration, the loss of their homes and communities, and the now-impossibility of performing protective rituals led several healthy young men to die in their sleep.

Superstition Anxiety

While most superstitious people are not stressed to the point of death, after performing an unlucky act such as breaking a mirror, they may feel symptoms of anxiety such as:

Superstitions can also feed into obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and cause the sufferer to fear for their life and the lives of their loved ones if they do not complete the rituals as directed.

How can I Avoid Bad Luck if My Mirror Breaks?

Let’s say that you’ve just broken your bathroom mirror and you’re now cursed. Naturally, the thing to do isn’t avoid bad luck so much as try to counter it!

Lucky Symbols

How many bringers of good luck in folklore can you think of? If you’re coming up blank, here are some ideas from various cultures:

  • Four leaf clovers and shamrocks (Celtic/Irish)
  • Horseshoes (English)
  • Rabbit’s feet (English/Welsh)
  • The number 7 (Western/Japanese)
  • Jade and the color red (Chinese)
  • Goldfish and dragons (Chinese tradition and feng shui)
  • The touch of a chimney sweep (English)

Collect some of these talismans (or their images: for instance, it would be a bit difficult to lug around a dragon for luck) and carry them around with you, and you won’t need to worry about broken mirrors any longer!

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What Should I Do if I Accidentally Break a Mirror?

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Clean it up, of course. You read the “how to properly dispose of broken mirrors” segment above, didn’t you? Hope you’re going to pay for repairs or a replacement. Unless you’re trained in glass repair, you should not try fixing a damaged mirror yourself. Call a professional to do it.

Dispelling Bad Luck

Oh, that’s not what you meant? Well, there are supposedly other methods of warding off evil portents. Some sources claim that it follows the same principle as throwing salt over your shoulder to prevent misfortune from spilling it.

After you break a mirror, you can spin clockwise three times, repurpose the shards for an art piece to give it positive energy, or grind them into a fine powder and safely dispose of them.

As we said, we do not advise you to do the latter on your own. Get a professional to help you, and wear gloves and safety goggles, so you don’t hurt yourself on the shards or the glass dust.

Learn More

Mirrors have been important to cultures all over the world for centuries, even before they were made of glass.

Because they are the only object specifically intended for people to view their reflections, breaking mirrors is collectively considered a shocking and harmful action. It quickly became considered either unlucky or outright blasphemous, with the most commonly known belief being the Western superstition that breaking a mirror buys you seven years of bad luck.

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FAQs

What does breaking a mirror symbolize? ›

Breaking a mirror is another supposed source of bad luck. Well, mirrors used to be rare and expensive, so breaking one meant going without, saving for another, and waiting. This was bad. Also, breaking a mirror usually meant that shards of glass would be scattered about the floor.

What happens if you keep a broken mirror? ›

A broken mirror should never be kept in a house as it can trigger negative energy. A broken or cracked mirror can lead to inauspicious results. The negative energy of a cracked mirror directly affects the family members. If a crack appears on a mirror, immediately throw it out of the house.

Can a broken mirror be good luck? ›

Breaking a mirror is considered to be bad luck. It is said that you will suffer misfortune for seven long years. The generally accepted explanation for why broken mirrors bring bad luck is that the reflection in a mirror does not only represent one's appearance but also one's soul.

What does a mirror symbolize? ›

Therefore, in terms of spiritual symbolism, mirrors reflect truth. They reflect what is. Psychology however – as it often does – disagrees entirely and flips this symbolism on its head. In a psychological sense, mirrors symbolize the threshold between the conscious mind and the unconscious mind.

What happens if glass breaks in home? ›

It goes without saying that you cannot just smash your glass since it will not function. But, if you shatter the glass on purpose, it will not function in this manner; however, if you accidentally break some glass, it indicates that evil is leaving your home and good fortune is about to arrive.”

What does it mean when a mirror falls but doesn't break? ›

If a mirror falls off the wall & breaks, someone is going to die. If a mirror falls off the wall & doesn't break, good luck is coming!

How do you get rid of a mirror without luck? ›

How to Dispose of a Mirror Without Causing Bad Luck
  1. Throw Salt Over Your Left Shoulder. Photo by Lorena Martinez on Pexels.
  2. Spin Around Three Times. ...
  3. Pulverize the Mirror. ...
  4. Toss the Mirror into Running Water. ...
  5. Touch a Tombstone With a Mirror Shard. ...
  6. Blacken the Mirror With Fire. ...
  7. Bury the Mirror. ...
  8. Repurpose the Glass Shards.
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How do you fix a broken mirror? ›

  1. Gather Your Tools and Supplies. For this repair, you'll need: ...
  2. Remove the Mirror Glass From Its Frame. ...
  3. Cut a Piece of Aluminium Foil. ...
  4. Tape the Foil to the Damaged Area. ...
  5. Secure the Glass Into Its Frame. ...
  6. Locate and Clean the Scratch. ...
  7. Apply Reflective Paint to the Damaged Area. ...
  8. Wait for the Paint to Dry.
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How do you clean a broken mirror? ›

To clean up broken glass, use a broom and dustpan to sweep up the broken shards. For small pieces of glass, try wiping the area with a damp paper towel folded in half. Alternatively, press the area with a slice of bread or a piece of duct tape. Avoid using a vacuum, since the glass can end up damaging your machine.

How can I get good luck? ›

9 Ways to Increase Your Luck
  1. Believe That You're Lucky. ...
  2. Be Clear About Your Goals and Voice them. ...
  3. Be Open to Opportunities. ...
  4. Surround Yourself With The Right People. ...
  5. Increase your Karma score. ...
  6. Practice Gratitude. ...
  7. Relax. ...
  8. Be Proactive.
2 May 2018

Do mirrors break or multiply? ›

Mirrors don't really break, they multiply.

What does a mirror symbolize in the Bible? ›

The covering of the mirror aids an inward journey, and helps us to see not ourselves, but the person who has departed life.

How do mirrors represent truth? ›

Mirrors reflect light which allows them to reflect the world around them. In spiritual concepts, light is a powerful symbol of wisdom and awareness. As a consequence, mirrors are symbols and carriers of truth and reflect what our truth is.

Where does the broken mirror superstition come from? ›

To damage a mirror was considered so disrespectful that people thought it compelled the gods to rain bad luck on anyone so careless. Around the third century mirrors were being made from glass, and breakage became a lot more commonplace.

What to do after you break a glass? ›

What to do with broken glass
  1. Protect yourself. How do you handle broken glassware? ...
  2. Pick up the glass. Get a newspaper or a cardboard box to hold the glass. ...
  3. Vacuum the area. ...
  4. Wipe the area. ...
  5. Dispose of the glass. ...
  6. Clean up spills.
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Is it good luck when you break a glass? ›

A glass breaking in your house means good luck is coming your way. Obviously you can't just break your glass it doesn't work. If you break glass intentionally then it doesn't work that way but if you accidentally break some glass that means evil is leaving your house and good luck is going to come.”

Does breaking glass mean anything? ›

Good luck.

Despite a broken mirror bringing bad luck, there are circumstances in which broken glass is actually good luck. For broken glass to be a good omen, you have to break glass accidentally.

Why mirror is not good in bedroom? ›

Mirrors are thought to bounce energy around the bedroom, which may result in restlessness and amplify worries. It's especially important not to hang a mirror on the wall opposite your bed.

Should I cover my mirror at night? ›

Mirrors should be covered at night to avoid bad luck. Mirrors are believed to increase the energy of the person sleeping in them. If you have positive energy, then that energy will multiply. However, if you have negative energy, that will multiply as well.

Why should you not have a mirror facing your bed? ›

According to experts, having a mirror opposite your bed is one of the most common causes of insomnia. If you catch yourself or other movements in the reflection it can be difficult for the brain to switch of and go to sleep.

Is it OK to throw away a mirror? ›

With a little bit of care and patience, you can safely throw out old or broken mirrors so that no one is at risk of getting cut on sharp shards of glass. Always wear leather gloves when you're touching a broken mirror, and wrap the pieces in sheets of newspaper before putting them out with the trash.

What happens if mirror breaks in home Vastu? ›

If the mirror is broken, it should be thrown out of the house. When a mirror breaks suddenly, it means that some big trouble in the house has been averted on this mirror, so it should be thrown out.

How do you break a mirror without shattering it? ›

Place the mirror, scored-side down, on a soft and flat surface. Use your hands to press down on the unscored side, applying pressure along the score line. The glass should cleanly snap. You can also place the mirror on the edge of a flat surface, making sure to line up the score line with the edge.

Can you replace a broken mirror? ›

Cracked mirrors cannot be successfully glued back together so you must carefully remove the broken mirror, order a new one from the glass shop, and install it. Use the simple steps explained in this article. There are a few occasions when gluing broken mirror fragments may be worthwhile.

Can a mirror crack on its own? ›

Temperature crack

A cracked mirror can be based on temperature and humidity changes. The severe temperature change could also make a hairline crack cause failure.

How do you clean your blood? ›

Put on disposable gloves. Wipe up the spill as much as possible with paper towel or other absorbent material. Gently pour bleach solution – 1 part bleach to 9 parts water – onto all contaminated areas. Let bleach solution remain on contaminated area for 20 minutes and then wipe up remaining bleach solution.

How do you know broken glass? ›

If you're wondering how to find broken glass, there's a trick you can use to make sure you locate all the loose pieces. After cleaning up the bulk of the visible shards with a dustpan, find a torch or use the flashlight feature on your mobile phone. Shine the torch across the floor, moving it back and forth slowly.

Does toothpaste fix cracked mirror? ›

Though light scratches can be fixed with home remedies, larger scratches may lead to cracks and should be repaired immediately. Here are some common household repair methods that may be helpful: Rub the mirror with toothpaste. The abrasive ingredients in toothpaste can occasionally polish out scratches.

What are the signs of a lucky person? ›

Top 20 signs of being fortunate in life
  • Having good health.
  • Never having any major worries in life.
  • Being close with friends and family.
  • Finding cash of the floor.
  • Winning online competitions.
  • Receiving substantial inheritance.
  • Stumbling into your dream job without much thought.
  • Picking a winner at the races.
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Do mirrors Double light? ›

No, you would not increase the amount of light in the room. The light waves are merely being reflected off of the mirror. To add more light to the room, you would have to increase the amount of light waves being emitted. The reflection only changes the path of the waves, not the amount or intensity of the light.

Why do mirrors multiply? ›

Mirrors also reflect the positive energy of beautiful objects. Depending on how you use them, mirrors can activate and deflect different energies and let you multiply different elements around your house. One example of that would be to hang a mirror where it reflects a pretty view, thus multiplying the view.

What should I do if I break a mirror? ›

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What does a broken mirror symbolize in art? ›

The Broken Mirror (c. 1762-3) is an allegorical painting that conveys a message of broken morals. Like many artists before him, Greuze used a damaged object as an analogy of a person's internal condition and did so in other paintings, such as The Broken Eggs (1756, The MET) and The Broken Pitcher (1771, Louvre).

What does a mirror symbolize in the Bible? ›

The covering of the mirror aids an inward journey, and helps us to see not ourselves, but the person who has departed life.

What does a broken mirror tattoo mean? ›

A broken mirror tattoo could symbolise the wearer having encountered bad (or good) luck or signifying a past or present relationship with their own self, or soul. Whatever the meaning, these broken mirrors are completely different to each other, but all capture shattered glass mirrors with precision and detail.

What do you do with a broken mirror to avoid bad luck? ›

Don't Break a Mirror

Everyone knows breaking a mirror is bad luck, but it's even worse luck to throw away the broken pieces. Instead, grind the broken pieces down to dust and scatter them in the wind or take a piece of the mirror to be able to reflect the moon when the next full moon comes around.

Is it OK to break a mirror? ›

Although the exact origins of the belief are inexact, potentially centuries-old lore holds fast to the idea that a mirror is a projection of one's appearance — and one's soul. Breaking a mirror also breaks the soul into pieces. The soul, now severely damaged, isn't able to fully protect its owner from bad luck.

How do you get rid of a mirror without luck? ›

How to Dispose of a Mirror Without Causing Bad Luck
  1. Throw Salt Over Your Left Shoulder. Photo by Lorena Martinez on Pexels.
  2. Spin Around Three Times. ...
  3. Pulverize the Mirror. ...
  4. Toss the Mirror into Running Water. ...
  5. Touch a Tombstone With a Mirror Shard. ...
  6. Blacken the Mirror With Fire. ...
  7. Bury the Mirror. ...
  8. Repurpose the Glass Shards.
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What is mirror image called? ›

In general, an object and its mirror image are called enantiomorphs.

What are the different functions of mirrors? ›

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The Various Uses of Mirrors
  • Reflection. This is the first obvious and practical use of mirrors. ...
  • Brighten up a space. ...
  • Decoration. ...
  • Enlarge a room. ...
  • Focal point. ...
  • Hide imperfection.
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What is the mirror of God? ›

The Word is like a mirror that shows us what is wrong in our sinful heart, ways, or behavior toward God. The Word exposes us for who we really are. From the Word of God we can see our sin as God sees it. When we walk away without realizing we have a problem or without fixing our problems, we are deceiving ourselves.

How do you relate God's Word with the mirror? ›

One who hears the Word of God but doesn't act accordingly is like one who “observes his bodily face in a mirror” but turns away and forgets what he looks like.

When you look in a mirror what do you see? ›

Strictly speaking, when you look in a mirror, you see a face that you recognize as your own.

What does a broken glass tattoo mean? ›

Broken glasses, plates, and mirrors have been viewed as marks of misfortune and celebration alike, and your point of view will largely determine the purpose of your tattoo. Perhaps you have ended a toxic relationship or bad habit that was holding you back, symbolized by a broken or cracked bottle.

What is a mirror tattoo? ›

It is believed that mirrors without any reflection tattoo designs symbolize introspection. Mirrors with reflection. It is believed that mirrors with some sort of image or reflection tattoo designs symbolize either the desire to keep some specific moment alive for life or a loved one who might have passed away.

What do reflection tattoos mean? ›

The reflection tattoo carries infinite meanings and modes of expression. Perhaps you find your true self reflected in the eyes of a loved one, or feel most at home in a place that shines against the water. Perhaps the mirror is a metaphor, that what is presented on the surface is but an echo of what lies beyond.

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