...sacred space for meditation, ritual, journaling, shamanic journeying to meet my guides, divination, reading, listening to music or yoga, as well as most of my spell work. It's become an important space for me to find balance when life tries to throw me off course and a firm anchor from which I can nourish my growth, which can sometimes get side-lined. By allocating an area in your home as a sacred space, you create for yourself a place for quiet reflection, like a center point that is separate from all of the business of your normal day.
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You can feel it so clearly in homes that feel dark, sad, lonely or even a bit haunted. You can also feel it in homes that feel safe, cozy, happy, and even a little bit witchy.
I’m not the kind of person that simply googles “how to make a magical home” and I know better to blindly burn a bundle of white sage around the house without being truly clear about my intentions and desires with my home. **This is an important distinction I want you to know. What is sacred in your practice is what feels good, matters, and works for you.