Create a sacred space at home where you can find your inner peace, motivation for your practice and perfect balance.
A sacred space is a focal point for your yoga practice and any spiritual practice. It is a space you begin to associate with your internal journey through life and beyond. Having a sacred space at home can serve you and your practice in several ways : ...
A sacred space is your temple
It is not always easy to be self disciplined to practice yoga and meditation daily, as there are so many distractions, you may feel tired or simply do not feel like it. The space provides the motivation to leave it all behind, to enter the space and return to conscious presence. It is a reminder turn your mind away from the mundane and focus on your inner world as a daily practice.
Return to inner peace and balance
Gradually, you begin to associate the sacred space with the sense of peace you achieve during your practice. It is a space that comforts, inspires and motivates you, no matter what is going on in your life. This space serves to help you tune in to your essence, untainted by the activities in the world. It prepares you to head out into the world with calm, strength and balance.
Recharge and serve
Eventually, the sacred space may begin to feel like an important refuge and pick-me-up. Keep the space clean and pour love and devotion into it during your practice. When you charge the space with your practice, it will act like a battery and radiate spiritual vibrations which help you recharge. Your sacred space helps you feel full again so that you are more able to serve wholeheartedly.
Remember why you are here
A sacred space may contain an altar that reflects your inner world and your aspirations – what you are calling into your life. On your altar, you may place objects that are meaningful to you and which help you remember your ideal and attune to it.
Create your sacred space!
Meditation sessions are held at the Lotus Room every Friday at 7pm. Discover also the benefits of yoga, what Lotus Room Yoga is all about and what it means to live the yoga life. Contact Jenny for more information.