Creating a sacred space in your home is important for our well-being and emotional health. How many times have you found yourself needing some space, a moment of peace and silence to clear your mind? Seeking balance is necessary. With all of the hectic breakthroughs in our personal lives, a thinking space is needed. When it comes to finding your own sacred space, simplicity is key. Studies have shown the best place to start is removing all of the clutter you no longer need. You can keep it safe in a storage unit, sell it, donate it, or just toss it in the trash.
When it comes to keeping it simple, it applies not only to material possessions, but also to those who don’t truly support you or just bring in toxic energy into your lifestyle. If someone is no longer on your level, create a boundary for yourself and move on. It’s hard to create inner and outer peace with those who are not on the same page as you. As you send them on their way, you will begin to focus on what’s truly important in life. By cleaning up your thinking space, you get to start with a blank canvas, allowing new inspiration, ideas and people to help you become the person you’ve always wanted to be. At times, it seems easy to get caught in a patter, routine or certain way of doing things, that is until we remove an unnecessary element or find another perspective.