Creating a Healing Space

Whether you are using crystals or stones for healing or practicing another type of energy healing, you want to create a healing space where friends, family or clients can relax and be open to treatment and healing. 

People often ask what elements go into a healing space. Here is a short list of things to consider when setting up your space. Keep in mind that the space should ideally be private and quiet. 

Today, we are going to look at each of your space concerns and talk about ways to incorporate a healing area into your particular living space.

You can pick and choose from these to put together your space, depending on how much room you have and how elaborate you want the space to be.

  • Massage or Reiki table
  • Cushioned chair
  • Mat
  • Oriental or Native American Rug (this will absorb sound and will allow clients to get off and on the table without putting stocking/bare feet on the bare floor)
  • Fountain
  • CD Player
  • Meditation or Nature Sound Effect CDs
  • Bookshelves for reference books
  • Ceramic, stone or glass bowls for stones. If you have a large collection of healing stones, a cabinet with shelves or dividers will help you to categorize stones for quick access and use. 
  • Candles 
  • Incense
  • Aroma Therapy Diffusers (oil)
  • Matches/Lighter
  • soothing pictures or posters
  • Statues
  • Binder/Book of meditations or healing reference information
  • Plant(s)
  • Stone Slab or other protective place to put incense and candles for fire safety

When you focus on the space and create a safe and healing environment, you make the healing process easier for you and for the client. 

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