The most important thing about a meditation space is that you feel comfortable and really good in the space, like you are your highest self. I have moved my space a few times, but it is always in a quiet space in my bedroom. Of course, you have to use what is available in your surroundings.
I know lots of moms that have meditation closets, because that is the quietest place that they can rendezvous with their highest self. If a closet isn’t an option, maybe sitting in your car works.
Maybe quiet isn’t an issue for your home and then a special chair with a nature view could be an awesome meditation spot.
Wherever you choose, create an atmosphere that fits your highest self. Whatever makes you feel really good. Candles (these candles on this link are my new favorites, they burn clean and the wicks don't seem to need to be trimmed) and pillows in your favorite colors, maybe a blanket too.
Textures are important too; again choose whatever feels really good to you. I love to use wooden matches to light candles, they seem more in touch with the earth to me.
Ideally your area would be uncluttered, but don’t let that stop you from meditating, you may feel like uncluttering afterwards.
Soothing sounds are needed. I usually use my phone and my awesome LG Bluetooth headphones (I love these!) and may play instrumental music, nature sounds, or much of the time a guided meditation from YouTube or an app. I just downloaded Insight Timer, which seems really cool!
Of course you can meditate anywhere and all you really need is your mind. I was going to say quiet is necessary, but actually I think you can meditate through almost anything. During gum surgery I had guided meditations going on through my headphones the whole time.
When you dedicate a space and time to your highest self and meditating you’ll be much more likely to practice continually. Which leads to more happiness and peace and who doesn’t want that?
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I was a school teacher for 20 years and am a lifetime soul learner. I am still a teacher, just a different curriculum.