Why Should You Find Your Own Sacred Space

find your sacred spaceWe have in Phoenix a wonderful, spiritual retreat. It consists of the sacral buildings; the church, chapels, dorms, but it also has a huge, enclosed, desert area. While walking the paths, day or night, you can come upon benches hidden in the trees, a labyrinth, gazebos, sculptures, and bunnies hopping here and there. Every time I’m coming here I find peace and comfort.

You can find sacred everywhere you want to see it, but there is something about this piece of land, maybe because it was designated for contemplation: the spirit of this place helps me to get in touch with a deeper dimension within.

“We are multidimensional spiritual beings”  Dr. Robert Anthony

I feel deep gratitude for the presence of this dimension in my life, and I feel what a difference it makes on all levels, when I’m in touch with it.

Here is why it benefits us when we find or create the sacred space for ourselves: 

  • it allows for spending time alone, which is essential for hearing our own voice, inner wisdom, our genius
  • it lowers blood pressure, releases stress (the cause of over 80 % of all disease)
  • it get’s us in touch with the dimension bigger than us
  • it instills a sense of  deep balance
  • it builds a reservoir of peace (this is a reservoir you also build when you are meditating)

I would love to hear from you… Do you have a sacred space you visit regularly? Please tell us in the comments how is it helping you.



Joanna Zajusz

Joanna's mission is to help clients be inspired by their own life and fall in love with themselves, so they can say: it's good to be me! Spiritual and energy (no dogma) coach, with a no-nonsense approach to energy healing and deep inner work - her goal is to serve clients GENEROUSLY; to create a transformative, ILLUMINATING, grounding and DYNAMIC coaching journey, for women and men ready to reclaim their POWER and the POSSIBILITIES ahead. She is a certified Mind Body Wellness Coach, Reiki Master, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Cert. Life Coach (and holds a Master of Art and Education from the University of Silesia, in Poland) and lives in Phoenix, Arizona.