- Choose A Space That Makes You Feel Good
Your space doesn’t need to be a large area or separate room, it can be a cozy nook, a rooftop or backyard, or even a bathtub. “A meditation practice is very personal,” says Sharon Salzburg, author of Real Love: The Art of Mindful Connection
. “You can do it anywhere — even the subway. But the meditation space you create at home is the most delightful of places.” When choosing your meditation space, you want to lean towards a serene, private, and secure space where no one can bother you. Doors, curtains, canopy, or tent can help you separate your meditation zone and create the privacy you need for your practice. 2. Keep It Simple
When it comes to decluttering your mind, decluttering your space is also very important. Try to minimize any destructions and visual noise. Choose a peaceful color scheme, you want it to be inspiring and not distract you, muted colors and pastels are always a good idea. Bring only things that have a meaning for your practice into this space. Thanks to Mary Kondo
we all learned to let go of things that don’t bring us joy. Not only does it help to keep your space neat, but it also helps you to get rid of old energies and create room for new positive vibes in your life.3. Make It Cozy
While there are different meditation techniques, we believe meditation should be comfortable. Use cushions, cozy chairs, bolsters, warm blankets, backrest, yoga blocks, eye pillows, really anything to make your practice relaxing. Chose natural materials and soft-to-touch fabrics to add extra coziness. You want your space to be inviting so you can’t wait to come back and meditate again. To help you organize everything you need use your baskets to store your mat and pillows, trays for candles and crystals, or altar.