The Look & Feel of the Meditation Room
If you are dedicating a room to meditation you might want to empty it
of all furniture and things, if there are any. Like a painter it is a
exciting to start a blank canvas and create you sanctuary as you go,
step by step. Think about what you like. What pulls you within? What
make your feel to go within? What inspires you to meditate more? How do I
want to feel in this room?
Do you like your space to be light or dark? Feeling like a cocoon or light and open?
Do you need vibrant and bright colors around you and have it feel opulant or do you need it to be white and austere?
What do you like to sit on? a chair, a cushion, a meditation stool?
What picture inspires you? Maybe something of nature? A Saint, a master/teacher? A inspirational quote?
Maybe you have a book that inspires you spiritually at the moment.
A candle or low lighting always adds to the feeling of going within.
A meditation room that is free from mess and clutter and carries simplicity is a quiet place.
that you might want to change the look and feel of your meditation room
often, and indeed you should change it often. The reason being as you
transform, grow and change from within you want to match the change on
the outside. So there will be times you need zen like simplicity and
other times you might need an opulant colorful place to be.