Four Ways to Create Your Own Home Meditation Corner



The pandemic has plagued people with anxiety and stress. It also opened up a conversation about mental health.

People today want to lead more meaningful lives, and practicing mindfulness and meditation is a step in that direction.

According to Keyur Zaveri, Senior Design Director at Furlenco, arranging the perfect corner for meditation in your home is essential, especially since going out is not really the safe thing to do yet.

He shares with some ways to help you create your own peaceful meditation space at home, where you can set aside time for yourself each day. Read on.

1. Choose your location

Choose a location in your home that is away from ambient noise or interference from other devices, such as your television or workstation. You can devote an entire room to it or select a comfortable corner where you can sit or lie down easily.

2. Create an atmosphere

Get rid of any clutter that is currently in your place. Creating a personal ambience for your meditation spot helps you distinguish this area as yours and yours alone. Once you start practicing this, it becomes easier for you to maintain the sanctity of the space.

An elegant diwan, with plenty of built-in storage and a display that you can decorate with plants, books, and other decor items, is one such piece of furniture that’s perfect for this setup. Rent it and this space planning experience becomes even more stress-free. All you have to do is pick the perfect product, pay nominal rent, and use it for as long as you want.

Light a few scented candles and play some soothing music as you meditate. (Photo: Getty / Thinkstock)

3. Make it comfortable

Some elements add a special touch to your chosen corner and remind you of what it is for. Add comfortable cushions and mats for sitting or lying down when doing breathing exercises. You can either roll up the rug and store it with the cushions when you’re done, or leave the arrangement as is. A compact sofa bed could be a perfect solution to do this while still having the flexibility to move things around. Use it anyway it works for you – like a bed, sofa, or just a seat on the floor.

4. Include sounds and scents

The most proven method of practicing mindfulness is by becoming aware of the sights, smells and sounds in your immediate surroundings. You can add potted plants, dream catchers, crystals, pearls, or even soothing artwork if that helps make the space more welcoming. Light a few scented candles and play some soothing music as you meditate. Listening to nature sounds, such as running water or birdsong, can also help.

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