Therefore, take whatever feels right and make your space as unique and whimsical as you are yourself!
To provide some amazing insight into how such a unique space can look like, I invited my followers and friends to submit pictures of their sacred space.
I also asked them to write a little blurb about their space in case you’re curious to learn more about how it all came together and what certain items symbolize for them.
If you have a sacred space and you’d like to contribute to this post as well, don’t hesitate to contact me here. I would love to hear from you!
1. Tiffany’s Sacred Space
“My sacred space is in a small corner of our home. I love the natural window light and all the surrounding plants.
In this place, I connect with source and often enjoy doing oracle card readings. The flower crown is something I made and I always keep candles around, for their pleasant aroma and spiritual significance.
Crystals provide positive energy flow. My worry stones offer empowering words for focus and intent. I use the feather in smudging rituals.
I keep tokens from the earth because of my appreciation for nature, and the herbs for the medicine they offer.”
2. Beckie’s Sacred Space
“My space is my bedroom (I’m still at home with parents saving for a house). Unfortunately, I’m allergic to the three beautiful chihuahuas we have, so I try to stay in my bedroom often. I think it’s important to have a nice space where you can just be.
My space consists of a big beautiful amethyst crystal and I have a dish with all the charka crystals as well as other crystals I’m attracted to. On my dressing table, I have a chakra and mindfulness book and a crystal bible book for information.
I adore my facial roller that has rose quartz, jade, and amethyst attachments. My ‘pure crystals’ water bottle is another item I love to have in my sacred space. It has a screw bottom so you can swap the crystals, according to your needs.
I also have a couple of candles on there and a Himalayan salt lamp instead of a normal light.
It is so important to have your own space so you can do what you need to do and feel content whether you want to get away from the kids or relax after a stressful day at work.
I would recommend burning sage to get rid of any negative energy and listen to chakra balancing music with chakra crystals.”
3. Hannah’s Sacred Space
“This is my sacred space, where I spend time reading, thinking, and relaxing.
When it’s dark outside, I enjoy sitting there, with the lights turned off and just the street lights sparkling in. This illuminates the tower outside the window so gracefully that it almost feels like time is standing still. I love these magical moments.”
4. Naomi’s Sacred Spaces
“This is the goddess Hecate and I worked with this altar two years ago at Mabon. The work I was doing here was honoring harvest and reminding myself to always be grateful. And that through gratitude then I may have balance and be aligned with the rhythms of nature. The two stones of black and white symbolize balance, lavender is for healing. The triple goddess incense burner with Hecate guards the ways to the other lands.”
“I usually have candles or incense burning whenever I am working. Whether I’m drawing, painting, or scroll making, candles especially help me with creative flow and focus. The driftwood was given to me on my birthday and has been a sacred piece to me for many years now.”
“This is my main indoor altar and meditation sacred space. It changes, depending on my focus. As it has been Beltaine, I have been meditating with the lord and lady, learning again, the lessons of love, gratitude, and balance. As I am a follower of Elen of the Ways, I always have antlers at this altar and I usually burn a single candle for focus and clarity.”
5. Joanna’s Sacred Space
“This sacred little space is special to me, and it also changes as we all do in life. I love to create and feel this space to be an outlet for just that, an inspiration for creativity, to dream, to feel hopeful. Like a vision board full of love and strength.
I choose my sacred items with my heart. In this space, you see some of my favorite crystals from my own collection (I adore amethyst..!) and the beautiful tarot cards from Danielle Noel-Starchild tarot.
I almost always include feathers in my spaces. Something special about the wilderness. Freedom within. Nature. To be wild and free.
The symbolism of the items I choose is important to me.”
6. My Sacred Space
Watch my Sacred Space Tour on IGTV to gt to know my Sacred Space and hear me chat about the items I adore having there.
You are unique. And so is your Sacred Space!
As you can see, these five spaces are all different and have their own, whimsical touch. They are made with love and therefore carry so much personality.
You can create a sacred space without crystals, and you don’t need a wand or incense. Your sacred space can be the simplest thing in the world if you want it to be.
The only thing that matters is that you can feel protected, comfortable, inspired, and centered in your space.
A big thank you to the five wonderful women who participated and who made this post possible! I’m so grateful for this community full of light, love, and warmth!
I wholeheartedly hope that you enjoyed this collection of Sacred Space Inspiration. Now you can create your own space.