My Meditation Room

Jul 31, 2016 | Meditation, Spirit

I‘m so excited to finally have my meditation room finished! What started out as a box under my bed now has an entire space dedicated to it, and all of my metaphysical things – crystals, tarot cards, buddha statue, dream catchers and books – all have a home in a single space instead of being disparately scattered throughout my house.

I still have to figure out how I’m going to add the chakra grid to the bed, but now that everything else is finished up (including my basement as a whole) I’ll have some time.

Before I show you the pics, I just had one quick announcement: If you aren’t a member of the In My Sacred Space Discussion Group on Facebook yet, now is the time to join. I’ll be giving away four books as participation prizes in the month of August. I’m going to pick a few random dates and times in the month of August (one for each book) and the person who posts a new discussion in the group closest to that time (prior to, not after) will win the book!

Books being given away are, “My Son and the Afterlife” by Dr. Elisa Medhus, “Proof of Heaven” by Dr. Eban Alexander, “Your Soul’s Gift” by Robert Schwartz, and “How to Read the Akashic Records” by Linda Howe.


And now…. here’s the pics of my meditation room! It’s a really small room so it’s kind of hard to get the whole space in one picture. This is the bunk bed that I painted and rigged to be more of a canopy bed. I prefer to lay down when meditating and I like the feeling of being in an enclosed space, so that’s why I wanted the “shag sheets” as we called them in college. lol


On the wall behind the bed, I have five shadow boxes containing a piece of celestite, a quartz crystal from a mine in Arkansas, a piece of raw obsidian from Yosemite, a feather that I found laying on my front walkway and a seashell. I wanted something to represent the four elements – quartz for earth, obsidian for fire (it’s formed in volcanoes), a seashell for water and a feather for air.


I’ve also got four selenite towers, a chunk of rose quartz and my orgonite pyramid sitting on the shelf.


I repainted the nightstand (for a second time – the first time it was green and I used it at my wedding) to match the bed and added new knobs and pulls – agate, clear quartz and amethyst!


Here’s the side view of the drawers where you can see the zodiac signs I painted on. The light was on in this pic and I took it with my iPhone, whereas the light was off in the one above and I took it with my DSLR, so forgive the difference.

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Most of my crystals, my favorite tarot cards and my books are now housed in my former craft hutch.


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Hope you enjoyed the pics! Maybe it will give you some inspiration to create your own sacred space.








  1. Your meditation room is absolutely beautiful Ashley! I am hoping to someday have my own meditation room as well! Thank you for the pictures and inspiration!

  2. It looks great! I have plans for creating one of our spare bedrooms into my Zen Room. Thanks for inspiring me!

  3. Thanks guys!

  4. Looks wonderful! I hope to start on my own meditation room as soon as my youngest heads back to college this month!


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