“Short moments, many times.” — Old Tibetan Wisdom
With a few modifications to the character of a space, we can create a place of centering that beckons us to take refuge in the quiet recesses of our mind. When we enter a peaceful space, we are reminded to center ourselves and become increasingly mindful of our thoughts, our actions and our being.Diane Pruitt
We have a room for everything – eating, sleeping, watching TV – but we have no room for mindfulness. I recommend we set up a small room in our homes . . . where we can be alone and practice just breathing . . .That little room should be regarded as an Embassy of the Kingdom of Peace.Thich Nhat Hanh
Enhancing and Enriching "Consciousness"
We can make gradual changes to our environment to optimize our spiritual and mental well-being. And we can do that in such a way that the entire experience of the space will enhance and enrich us, shifting our energy and our focus to deeper levels of awareness and mindfulness.
You can get started by taking the assessment to understand if your environment is supporting your spiritual growth and development.
Does your space nurture you?
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