Creating a Space for Meditation: Considerations for all Senses

Rather than make our lives more relaxed and more simple, technology seems to have complicated them. We seem to always be connected through texts, calls, emails and social media. There may be instant messages from our employers to respond to. In addition, many people get news and weather alerts directly sent to their smartphones. Today, we are often asked to do so much more, and even increasing our personal obligations make decompressing more difficult.

For centuries, meditation has been shown to be an effective way to reduce stress and anxiety. It promotes emotional health and helps us become more self-aware. It can help us become kinder and help fight addictions. It may even reduce age-related memory loss and help increase our attention spans. Meditation has been and continues to be a valuable way for millions of people to improve the quality of their lives. The problem? It is hard to find the time and maybe even harder to find a place for ourselves to rejuvenate on a daily basis.

If you are ready to enhance your body, mind, and spirit through meditation, it is important to be able to create a space where you can be alone and maximize the experience. This guide is designed to help you do just that. We’ll explore the various factors to consider when deciding on your meditation space, and how the time of day or night you decide to practice meditation may affect your decision. We’ll discuss ways you can make your space more comfortable for meditation and the importance of controlling noise. We’ll even get into aromatherapy and how colors play a role in helping you reach a meditative state.

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