Thursday, 30 November 2017

How to Set Up your Own Personal Sacred Space

When I started on this journey, I wanted to soak up as much information as humanly possible. I still do. I bought countless books, read tons of online articles and then Pinterest pointed me in the direction of these beautiful pictures of people's sacred spaces and altars. OMG I wanted one! So my research into that topic began and it led me down the rabbit hole. It was glorious.

So what is a sacred space? A sacred space can be whatever your little heart desires. It is meant for you to surround yourself with positive energy and for you to walk out feeling relaxed, refreshed and ready to come back to the "real" world. A sacred space is where you can go to meditate, pray, be creative or just be.

So what can you include in your sacred space? Many things and the great thing about it, is that it can be whatever you want! But in case you're really struggling here are some great ideas:


Books: Different books about different metaphysical or new age topics are good to have on hand. That way it is close by when you need them. Want some different book ideas? Make sure to check out tomorrow's blog post! You can use any of the references!

Crystals: These are usually a staple in every sacred space. Do your research and find out which ones will benefit you! Looking for some basic crystals? Check out this post here!

Music: Meditation music, classical music or even just nature sounds will help to keep you in a a peaceful state of mind.

Incense:Smells can really heighten the senses. Different smells can have different meanings. Incense or candles can really add to the mood. Check out my top 5 incense smells here!

Figures: Lots of people have different figures in their sacred space. Some have deities, some have buddhas, elephants or angels. It is all about what your comfortable with.


Sacred spaces are meant to bring a higher energy to your life. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. No one needs to bring their negative energy into your space. Make this the way you want it to be!

What does your sacred space look like? Let us know in the comment section below!


Amanda

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