Creating a healing environment is a powerful path toward healing. Most simply, it can mean creating a healing space in your home. A room of your own if that is possible. A corner of a room if you can’t have a room of your own.
Creating a sense of healing or sacred space depends deeply on what you find healing.
We may have an image of a sacred space as bright, sunlit, clean, and beautiful. But someplace you can go to be alone when you need to be alone, is a powerful healing space in itself.
A church or temple or mosque can be a healing place. A museum or a concert hall. What are the places where your breath deepens, you relax, and you allow the flow of life energy to move through you? Being in nature can be profoundly healing.
We might better think of a healing environment not as a single place but as a flow of places that are healing and precious to you. Even if it’s a few square feet of space between the bed and the wall.
In addition to making a peaceful and healing space, making your home and surrounding environment a healthy space can be a conscious and healing act. This can include minimizing environmental stressors such as toxic chemicals and reducing excessive sun exposure, strong electromagnetic fields and more. Not everyone can—or wishes to—address environmental stressors of this kind. For those who are drawn to doing so, conscious acts of minimizing these types of stressors can be very powerful.
Wishing you well,
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