Cultivate a Positive and Uplifting Environment



Creating sacred space is a subtle, yet powerful way to cultivate a positive and uplifting environment at home or work, fostering greater peace and well-being. Sacred spaces are as varied and unique as each individual—there is no right or wrong way to create them. They are expressions of love, an honoring of creation and life being lived and reminders of the joy and sweetness of life.

Moreover, creating a sacred space with the intention to give thanks and ask for guidance may open a pathway to the higher self and higher guidance/knowledge––a place to honor the divinity within. Concentrating on love and gratitude may also open up heart space, bringing joy to mind, body and our surroundings.

Sharon Askey is the owner of Gracefull Heart, located at 1953 W. Trindle Rd., Ste. C, in Carlisle. For more information, call 717-287-0937, email Info@Gracefull-Heart.com or visit Gracefull-Heart.com.

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