I have always had a space in my home for mediation called my Zen space, whether it was just a little nook in a room or now an entire room for me to tend to my inner self and growth.
Over the years, I have found this very helpful for me to keep up with my hectic schedule as a Realtor and as a Rotarian. With all the demands of my daily routine,mediation in a Zen atmosphere takes me to a tranquil calming place so I can recharge.
A space for mediation can be achieved without a lot of expense. Here are some ideas to create the ideal area for mediation. Using neutral colors in the area you choose for your Zen space and comfortable cushions on the floor is a must. Also, scents like lavender that has a calming effect and low lighting like candles and soft music can create the ambiance for an introspective experience.
Ava Mucikyan, founder of Salt Room LV tells us “Mediation is a daily practice, like brushing your teeth and taking a shower. This is very important to understand, as sometimes we tend to turn to mediation when we are emotionally unbalanced, then stop it when things get better.”
Mucikyan recommends adding a Himalayan salt lamp to your mediation area. They provide a gentle warmth and balance. Salt lamps have natural ionizers that emit negative ions. Salt lamps, like burning sage clears your energy and helps you connect to your higher self.
Bottom Line – I have found a great sense of comfort from mediating and recommend it to anyone that feels it could help them in coping with a stress filled world.
Keep in mind that whether you are interested in buying a home or selling a home, a Realtor should represent you– this person is working for your benefit and will help you navigate through the buying or selling process. I have thirteen years in New Home Sales and sixteen years in General Real Estate sales!
Thanks and make it a terrific day…………Robin