Discovering New Sacred Space in Your Place

This morning while I was meditating, something new and refreshing happened.

Usually, I meditate on my alpaca rug facing the windows to the east to welcome the sun. However, I had the urge to fling open my windows, sit in my $10 Goodwill cane-back chair and feel the breeze on my face. After noticing a hummingbird (my spirit animal) perched outside on a clothes line, I realized something bigger than me was calling for me to take a fresh look at a seemingly stagnant moment in my life.

I’m all about mixing up routines and moving furniture around so you can gain new perspectives, but this was different and spontaneous.

I thought, “Wow, I’ve lived here for well over a decade and never used this specific space in my home.” I generally sit in the same worn-out spot on my couch, LOL!

Learning to make time to sit in an unused sacred space inspired this “Style Your Spirit” video:

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This lesson made me think — what if I made it a point to sit in a different spot every once in awhile? Here are some other benefits:

1. Moves stagnant energy around in spaces that aren’t used.

2. Maximizes the square footage you’re already paying for. 😊

3. Forces you to reassess the space you have. I thought, if I am not using this sacred square footage now, what can I do with it moving forward? Can I use it for a new meditation spot? A new reading nook? I gained a whole new perspective!

Try it and let me know what you’re feelin’ in your new space.


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When you change your space, you change the place inside you. It’s even more exciting when you find it and share that spark and sparkle with others. Some of us just need a little inspiration to discover it and take action. You’ll find it here.

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