Focus on things you can use and interact with, more than what looks the part. “Put things in your home that make you want to grab [them] and use [them],” says Honey. “Everyone likes to have a decorative piece. But when it comes to your practice, it’s a practice. You’re supposed to use things. You don’t want things collecting dust.”
Amethyst Ethically Sourced Tumbled Stone
Handmade Ceramic Cauldron-Stoneware
Copal & Sage Smudge Kit with Palo Santo in a Moroccan Geode Encrusted Glass Jar
4. Choose objects with their own spirit
Anytime you’re adding to your home—whether it’s supplies for a spell or just a new shower curtain—you can select materials, colors, and scents that help elevate your spiritual relationship.
“Even in my bathroom, I have certain colors that keep me grounded,” says Lammar. “I wanted to make sure I got red [bath] mats, so that whenever I’m coming out into the world, the first thing that my cleansed and cleaned body hits is the power color.”
Being in tune with nature is another important touchstone of many spiritualists’ practice. “To make my home feel more magical, I try to bring the outside in,” says Dea. “I also gravitate towards art pieces with natural motifs—I have a lot of botanical art and I also collect insect artwork and sculptures.”
Avoid artificial and mass-produced objects as much as possible, in favor of anything organic, natural, and original, Yadira says. And, if you can, shop local. “Going local is always great,” she adds. “It keeps the energy of the home really happy.”
“It’s obviously not always possible to find original artwork for financial reasons, but if you can, it’s definitely energetically better,” she says. “But also, paint your own artwork! If you really want a beautiful piece of artwork, and you can’t afford it, just paint something dedicated to your home. It doesn’t have to be a masterpiece, because you are the masterpiece, you know?”
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