Creating or connecting with a sacred space to nourish your mind, body and spirit is much simpler than it sounds. It’s also one of the most powerful tools to help you “get grounded”, tune into creative inspiration and clarify what matters most when life gets crazy.
On this episode of Flirting with Enlightenment, Jamie and I talk about examples of sacred spaces, how to create one, and why they are so essential for providing the time and space to pause, reset and make self-care a priority.
A sacred space can be:
- Any area, room or part of a room where you can connect with universal energy, your higher self and the energy flow within your body.
- A public place like a church, temple or ancient site that offers a reservoir of creative or divine energy anyone can connect to during a visit.
- Outdoors in nature, where the divine is always present.
- A simple, quiet space within yourself.
Most importantly, a sacred space is where you truly feel connected to universal or divine energy. In other words, something bigger than yourself.
A sacred space will:
- Put you at ease
- Enable you to freely experience emotions and discover new self truths
- Serve as a personal link to your unique creativity and divine nature
- Give you a sense of grounding and balance
A sacred space is an especially powerful tool for people who are moving through transition, as it offers a space to process change, clear old energy and get used to new feelings or energy coming in.
Join us as we offer tips on creating a sacred space to honor your personality and intentions, and suggestions on how to build and maintain it.
Do you have a sacred space you’ve created or visit on a regular basis?
Interested in other podcasts that can inspire you on tuning in to what you would like to place on your altar? Check out What External Tools Do you Use to Gain Clarity? or Navigating Transition Through Choices and Trust. You can also check out one of my blog posts about finding your unique space to help you kick-start creativity and tune into your inner voice.
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