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Nature’s Sacred Space is our greatest teacher of SELF.

Sacred Spaces are necessary for the wellbeing of the body, the mind, the emotions, and to be healed by our spiritual nature. As a plant is moved in a garden to find the spot where it can best realize itself, a sacred space offers the best place to learn how to become who you were meant to be. Your inner sacred space teaches who you are—your purpose, strengths, gifts, and special talents.

Mother Earth is our greatest teacher. A walk in the woods, along the beach, or walking through a meadow filled with butterflies opens a path to the wisdom of the earth and that of your soul. Sacred spaces allow a quiet, stillness; where silent questions can be asked; answers can be heard; and emotions can be calmed.

These are spaces where the mind can focus on the spiritual aspects of the natural world and your spiritual self. Personalized sacred spaces can be created in individual homes and gardens. They offer a safe haven for rest, to attune to the natural elements, hear the birds singing or the soft music of a water fountain. They are designed to be comfortable spaces where we can experience beauty while writing or meditating, and to journey Within.

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Historically gold has been an important color in metaphysical healing for protection, cellular healing methods, and mental clarity. As gold represents the element of metal in the ancient discipline of Feng Shui, it also symbolizes heaven, promotes communication, enthusiasm, and independence. Feng Shui practitioners use gold to symbolize money, to attract financial abundance, and to stimulate an auspicious feel in any space.

Place a gold item in the far left corner of the garden or room, from the perspective of the entrance. You might want to consider visualizing gold around your home, pouring over your business, and even surrounding your body.

For more Feng Shui tips visit or sign up for one of the Feng Shui for Business classes being offered by the Shambhalla Institute.


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