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6 Tips To Create A Meditation Space

Claire Charters
December 26, 2012
Claire Charters
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December 26, 2012

We all need a special place that we can escape to and connect with our own higher power. It helps recharge our energy and keeps us balanced.

I have created a beautiful meditation room on the loft balcony of my Sydney Terrace home. Each time I walk past my sacred space it soothes my soul.

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I love to do my daily chants, yoga and meditations in my own sacred space.

However you can do whatever you want in your space: you can read, sleep, sing, knit, read angel cards and the list goes on.

You will be taking a courageous step in your spiritual development by creating a beautiful energy-space in your home.

It will be a safe haven to listen to your soul and get the answers to your questions... Sacred spaces can be created anywhere, even if it is just a tiny corner in your bedroom. There are no rules to creating your own meditation room or sacred space. Follow your heart and put in everything that you love. The space should feel like bliss, it should be a place where you can just be alone and relaxed.

Follow your bliss and let’s get started. Here are some ideas to create a beautiful sacred space.

1. Choose a room or space that makes you feel good. 

Take into consideration the lighting, the quietness and how many people walk through it. Will it be a place of solace? If you don't have a whole room to dedicate to your sacred space then choose a corner of a room, or somewhere in your garden. You may even like to put up a bamboo screen to create the feeling of a separate space.

2. Keep the room simple and uncluttered. 

Choose a few items that find bring you peace and serenity. Some basics would be a meditation pillow, a small table, a mat and maybe a nice throw rug.

3. Add a touch of nature. 

Mediation is all about connecting with nature and your surrounds. By adding an element of nature, you space becomes infused with balance and harmony. You can place your favourite plant, a vase of flowers, a jar of shells, a small water feature or whatever else it is that you find beautiful in nature.

4. Soothe your soul with music. 

Music is not necessary however if you live in a noisy city, a piece of soothing music or chants will help bring tranquillity and peace. Alternatively, you can add a small fountain in your meditation room. The crisp trickling sound of water will also make the room soothing and serene.

5. Create a beautiful aroma. 

It helps you stay focused and fills your space with beautiful and soothing energies. You can put some incense, aromatic oils or candles with meditative scents in the room. If you use candles, it can be very meditative to just watch the flame flicker.

6. Personalize your space. 

To make your meditation space more personal and tranquil, you can add anything that soothes your soul. You can add bells and chimes, a statue of Buddha, affirmation stones, crystals, beads or any artwork that provides you with immense peace and serenity. You can also get the room painted in your favourite colors.

Go with your intuition and create your own personal sanctum....if you have any photos of spaces you have created, please email them to me at and I will put them on my Facebook wall for fellow wellness seekers to get inspired and motivated.

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Claire Charters
Claire Charters
Writer, holistic lifestyle coach and green smoothie lover Claire Charters  founded her holistic blog with the goal of creating an online wellness resource to inspire people to reconnect with their body and soul. Claire is a professional writer and writes for various health, beauty and wellness magazines and sites. Claire is due to publish her first book “Everyday Simple Luxuries” at the end of the year. You can connect with Claire at  and also via her blog , facebook , twitter  and by signing up to her popular daily inspiration letter. To connect with Claire please click here.