Ground your space with a centerpiece that brings you back to your center. It could be an altar, wall art, framed quote, vision board, or Buddha statue. Essentially, you want an object or saying that brings out your inner peace, not your monkey mind.
Scents can take you places. Whether you use an oil diffuser, candle, smudge stick, or incense, the right aroma can create a meditative state of mind. This handmade incense pack includes wild rose, lavender, chamomile, red cedar, and more so you can find your spirit scent.
Yes, this stylish velvet meditation cushion elevates the look of your zen space, plus it elevates your pelvis for improved posture and better blood flow to your legs and feet. Translation: You can sit comfortably for longer. Keeping it out acts as a visual cue to practice.
Sound can physically alter the connections in your brain, switching your mind from fight-or-flight to a relaxation response. Cue up your iPod with nature sounds, or play Tibetan singing bowls and get the added sound vibrations.
Turn up the feel-good volume by adding soul soothers like crystals, plants, a journal—tools to help you connect with yourself. This crystal box contains blue kyanite, soladite, citrine, clear quartz, and pink Himalayan Salt Rock for healing energy and positive vibes.