How To Create Sacred Space At Home & Why You Should!

Imagine a space where you could go to everyday or anytime you needed to disconnect from the outside world and connect to your inner peace & wisdom, The Akashic Records , connect to your spirit guides , Ascended Masters & higher self.

In a world that is going through a massive shift right now , having a Sacred Space for you to let go of negative energy and start consciously creating the life that you want to live .

Perhaps you want to make a massive impact on the world and really be able to connect with your inner guidance and intuition.

I would love to not only help you design your sacred space with my recommendations on creating your meditation room and spiritual spaces, but I would love to help you add to your beautiful sacred decor ( READ TO THE END FOR A GIVEAWAY & THE RULES TO ENTER.)

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How I Created Sacred Space In A Multi Purpose Room

I live in a house that can be quite chaotic at times , 3 cats , a dog , a husband and 2 grown boys. Finding a quite place to work and meditate can be difficult.

When I was chronically ill , I was working propped up in bed and one of the first things I did that made a huge difference for my healing and self development was to create a space that was not cluttered with things I didn’t love or need in this space.

It is still a work in progress but I am getting closer to having a completely decluttered space that is full of positive energy.

I also started applying Feng Shui principles as best as I could in the space while filling it with things that brought me peace and joy and helped me to ground and center. 

 

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Creating Sacred Space In A Multi Functional Room

Making a space multi functional for 2 people can be challenging but lucky for me , I have a husband who loves my design taste. 

I majorly decluttered the room several months back. I had a closet that was full of high end cosmetics that I no longer used plus a bunch of other “stuff” that was just collecting dust. This is still a work in progress but got rid of most of that stuff that just wasn’t in line with my life anymore. So I have replaced those items and use the closet more to store things for easier access.

I replaced those things with:

Choose Elements That Spark Joy & An Element Of Calm When Choosing Your Spiritual Decor Items For Your Sacred Space

Creating Sacred Space At Home Is Essential To Maintain Good Mental Health

With the current state of the world, it is important to take time to clear negative energy and disconnect from the media.

Perhaps you used to leave the home to meditate or practice yoga and due to social distancing rules, you cannot leave the house to go to the studio.

Even if it is just a corner of a room. create enough space for an alter ( if you need one) , a yoga mat and a meditation pillow.

When I am working ( my workspace is placed in the direction in my room for abundance a) and I have my desk in front of a window where I have my beautiful Mandala Sun catcher from Catch The Sun Designs.

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1 thought on “How To Create Sacred Space At Home & Why You Should!”

  1. Hi Jennifer, I love how you’ve mentioned that your space doesn’t need to be very big–even a corner will do. I don’t have a permanent sacred space set up (although I might try to make one in a corner) where I have my yoga matt, diffuser, a candle and some crystals. It’s my little oasis!

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