Room Decor Meditation Room and Altar Decor
Room Decor – You will feel an amazing feeling of calm when you enter your meditation room. Perhaps it is a smiling Buddha statue or a carved wall of Ganesha and Krishna that will bring you to your spiritual awakening room. Sustainable design focuses on the use of materials such as waste wood that has been converted into cabinets and boxes that are used as altars or for storage. Bring them energy from ancient carved chakra and lotus that are related to natural elements.
The altar is a place of worship, a vortex of energy that fills the space around you with your aura. The altar is a physical manifestation of your inner spirituality. Beautifully decorated ancient arches, namely the Ganesha house, Lakshmi statues and idols, laziness and pyramid, elements that connect you with the divinity as you see it in yourself, a space in which you are aware of relationships in the present and think about the past. Your altar trembles with your spiritual energy and when you meditate beforehand, the reflected energy grows back exponentially.
Stacks of pillows made from recycled saris and canopies with colorful lines that flow to the floor make this cozy little room bohemian and free-spirited. The antique curved wooden frame on the wall connects the meditation room with the zen room.
When you practice yoga or meditate in front of your altar, it reconnects you with your deepest life goals. The ancient door that leads to your meditation room has carved lotus and chakra, an old Indian door with a pink hue so rich in history of love for the divine spirit. A beautiful tribal damchiya, which sits in a corner with a number of plants and potted plants, gives your beautiful room its fragrance.
The triple arch opens into your beautiful green garden and you feel one with nature. Everywhere in the park I have altars, Hanuman statues on natural stones, surrounded by potted plants and sitting under large banyan trees. My night walks are reflective and stimulating when I offer him flowers, absorb his strength and endurance, calm all turbulent thoughts and let go of my watch.
Lazy in Rudraksha, quartz crystals, lapiz lazuli and pictures of loved ones surround my altar as I seek certainty in dealing with my mother and father during meditation. I was singing a mantra to Ganesha when he opened a portal and a new chapter in my life and taught me wise ways. The beautiful Saraswati taught me to be aware of my choice of words and to always be good in my thoughts and verbs.
The carved tree of life taught me to believe in the blossoming of love and life when we go through difficulties and strained relationships. My meditation room guides me with all its energy and helps my consciousness to develop and to join the cosmic divinity. Hanuman and Shiva, are they the same or different? The manifesto and did not come about. Take a step closer to understanding the secrets of life with the beautiful carvings of Krishna and Shiva on the walls that remind us of the Ajanta Ellora Cave in India. Your altar holds the love you offer and increases it many times over.