5 Ways To Create A Meditation Space In Your Home

Creating a meditation space within your home can be a helpful reminder to pause and engage in some meditative practice. With only minimal effort, but plenty of thought and attention to your surroundings, you can create a space that is dedicated to silence and reflection. Here are five suggestions to help you create your ideal and personal mediation space at home.

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  1. Choose A Space

The first step in creating a meditation space in your home is to choose a space that you feel comfortable and good in. It may be a whole room (if you have the space) or simply a corner of a larger room or even a spacious and empty closet. If you don’t have a suitable space indoors, think about creating your mediation space outdoors in a garden, patio or even on a balcony. Ideally, you want to choose a space which is well lit and ventilated and most importantly quiet.

  1. Keep It Minimal

When you are creating your space, try to keep it as clean and uncluttered as possible. In this way, you will reduce distractions, helping you to relax. Try to limit the number of objects you have in your space. Consider having simply the basics, such as a small table, a throw, a pillow and a yoga mat.

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Consider including some plants too. Adding some elements of nature to your space can help you to feel calmer. It can also encourage you to reconnect with your surroundings and ultimately, yourself. Making sure that there is plenty of fresh air can help to make you feel refreshed and aid your meditation.

  1. Decorating Your Space

How you decorate your meditation space is important for helping to put you in the right mind-frame and mood.

“Creating a light, bright space near a window can be very relaxing and natural lighting can add a sense of openness. Some people find that using soft, pastel shades as a color scheme can be most soothing. However, for other people creating a darkened space that feels womb-like can be more reassuring, in which case consider using darker tones and light fixtures with dimmers,” says Edna Smith, an interior design blogger at Writinity and Researchpapersuk.

  1. Utilize Your Outdoor Spaces

If you have access to an outdoor area, then this can be a great choice for your meditation space. Not only do you have access to plenty of natural light and fresh air, but you can also get in touch with nature more easily.

You can create a space in your garden inspired by nature, with plenty of plants and flowers and even your own Zen garden, or you can take some throw rugs, plush cushions and even some candles to create a cozier feel. Just remember to make sure that you use materials which are waterproof and outdoor-friendly, so that you can still access your space whatever the weather.

  1. Adding A Personal Touch

Some small additions to think about which can help your space to feel more relaxed, especially if you live in a busy or noisy household, are relaxing music or a small water fountain.

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“Playing some gentle meditative music in the background can help you block out external noise, allowing you to achieve a more peaceful state. Similarly, the gentle sounds of a soothing water fountain can be very effective,” says Michael Oliver, a journalist at Draftbeyond and Lastminutewriting. “You can also consider using some aromatherapy. Whether you use calming essential oils, such as lavender and chamomile, or burn some scented candles or even incense, aromatherapy can help reduce stress. However, avoid bringing any kind of technology into the space, but rather allow yourself to be completely disconnected so that you can fully meditate.”

Final Thoughts

Remember the purpose of your meditation space when you create it. Find a suitable space within your home (or outdoors) where you can engage in mindful practice and avoid unwanted distractions. Try to keep the space uncluttered and avoid using it for anything other than your practice, be that meditation itself, some gentle yoga or a space for quiet reflection. Use these suggestions as a starting point to help you create the perfect space within your home which you associate with calm and stillness.

Author’s Bio:

Regina Raap is a professional content writer at Luckyassignments.com and GumEssays.com, where she specializes in making dull blogs sparkle. She enjoys spending her evenings reading her favorite books and takes time each day to engage in some mindful practice.

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