How to Create a Designated Area for Meditation at Work

How to Create a Designated Area for Meditation at Work

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Starting a regular meditation practice can benefit both your and the staff’s body and your mind. One way to make it easier to integrate meditation into your daily life is by creating a dedicated space where you can meditate or find some quiet time in the workplace.

This space can be however big or small you would like. Whether you transform an entire room into a calming retreat or just set up a small area in a corner a underused room, with the right accessories, you can have a relaxing space where you can clear your mind and refocus your energy.

How To Create A Space For Meditation at Work in 5 Simple Steps

1. Decide where to create your space.

Take a close look at your home, paying particular attention to any areas that currently aren’t being used. Ideally, the space should be well ventilated. It should also be a comfortable temperature and should have good lighting.

You may need to add shades or curtains to any windows to help keep the space from getting too hot during the summer. If air pollution or odors are a problem, you may also want to bring in an electronic air purifier.

During colder weather, a space heater may be required to make the room comfortable and cozy enough for meditation.

2. Remove any unnecessary distractions.

Meditating is all about being able to clear your mind of clutter and focus within. External distractions can take away from that experience. Try to keep your meditation space free from electronics or noisy appliances.

If you have work waiting to be done, make sure that you can’t see it from your room. Keeping your space clean will make it easier for you to clear your mind rather than getting distracted by items on your to-do list. If necessary, you may also want to hang a sign on the door when you are meditating letting people know that it is your quiet time and that you don’t want to be disturbed.

3. Regularly tidy up the space. action guides

Any dirt or clutter can make it harder for you to concentrate. Your space should be clean and tidy at all times so that you can meditate without distractions.

4. Consider adding beautiful items that inspire you.

Although it is not necessary, you may find it beneficial to add a few inspiring items to the space. Whether you put out a vase of flowers, add a comfortable rug to the floor, light candles, or frame photographs or artwork, you can create a calming and attractive space that you love. A water feature or water wall like this from could also be idyllic in a space like this.

5. Keep comfort in mind.

Meditating is easier when you are comfortable. Consider adding a plush chair or pillows that you can use to find a comfortable position while you relax. You may even find it beneficial to have a blanket in the room that you can cover up with to stay warm.

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