One of the most important things you can do for yourself in your own home is to create an area that is used for the sole purpose of sacred space.
What is a sacred space? A sacred space is personal to you. You must first decide what you currently need in your life. Is it a space you want to visit daily? Once a week? Take a moment to sit and think of what you can include in an area that you walk by every day to remind you to stay connected with yourself and with the divine.
The first step is to pick an area that can remain untouched by pets and children and stay uncluttered. You don't want to mix paperwork and work with your sacred tools and space.
If you don't have a lot of space or extra room, think of a corner or piece of furniture that is not being used. Remember, it can look like anything you want it to or need it to. What inspires you? What motivates you? What makes you pause and breathe a little calmer?
I like to include a few elements in my space: white candles, dried herbs to burn, crystals, and a sound element. It doesn't always look the same for me, and i don't always use the same spot. But what I do make sure, is that I always feel in tune with the new space. I always use things I've already got in my home (I own it for a reason right?) Don't feel like you need to go out and buy something special. Put together items that bring you joy and peace .
Think of items that you can listen to (sound bowls, drums, bells) as well as items that you can smell (incense, dried herbs, smudge sticks, essential oils). You can also include your most recent vision board, a gratitude jar or journal, and even a loved fabric or scarf. (maybe add some pictures loved ones you no longer have near you?)
Do take a few minutes as often as you can (daily if possible - preferably in the morning before you start your day or after work when you are feeling a bit disconnected).
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