4 Ways to create a calm and tranquil home

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In today’s fast-paced and stressful world, coming home to a safe, comfortable, and peaceful sanctuary is important. Your abode should be a place where you can effectively rest and recharge in order to face your daily challenges. Read on to find out how to make your home a tranquil space…While we all know we want a home that provides us all these benefits, it takes a little effort and deliberate planning to achieve this kind of ideal living atmosphere. Don’t fret though because with just a little imagination and resourcefulness, you can definitely create a tranquil home environment. Here are a few things that you can do to transform your living space into a relaxing and nurturing home:


Nature has immense regenerative powers that you can tap in order to recharge your own physical body. It’s no wonder that for centuries, man has immersed himself amidst nature in order to feel refreshed and rejuvenated. Even if you are an urban dweller, you can easily create your own space surrounded by nature elements.For starters, you can bring in potted plants and other greenery. These help decrease carbon dioxide and increase the levels of oxygen in order to help you breathe better. Installing an indoor fountain is another good way to mimic the therapeutic sound of softly flowing water like those found in streams, brooks, or falls. In Eastern cultures, flowing water also helps keep energy dynamic in order to avoid illnesses and diseases.


Aromatherapy is a popular method that many people use in order to achieve complete relaxation. It is believed that certain scents and aromas elicit appropriate positive responses from your mind and body. You can explore aromatherapy through the use of essential oils, which are usually placed in lamps or burners in order to diffuse their scent.Another great and affordable idea is to use scented candles. Apart from diffusing scent, candles also create a softly lit environment that is essential to relaxation. You can further enhance this environment by playing soft music, such as chimes, chants, or nature sounds. There is a wealth of resources available online such as playlists and recommended albums that you can check out.


A lot of people swear by the power of crystals. These naturally occurring formations are said to possess certain energies and frequencies that are beneficial in healing and meditation. There are particular crystals that can help you with certain ailments or spiritual objectives. If you are new to crystals, do some research or seek the advice of experts on the matter. Start with a few crystals that are meaningful to you and display them in your home to create your desired positive environment. You can also wear them close to your body in the form of accessories such as necklace pendants, rings, or bracelets.


Positive mind conditioning is a tool that has worked for a lot of individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, and other disorders. Try displaying posters with inspiring quotes or mottos, or write down notes of encouragement to yourself and stick them in places that will remind you to always think positive throughout the day. Photographs and visuals of pleasant scenery also achieve the same effect. You can hang these on the walls of your home, or even design a blank wall with a big blown-up photo that can create the experience of being in a different place.

These are just some of the ways by which you can start enhancing your abode as your own genuine sanctuary. However, the best way to make your home comfortable and nurturing is to simply start clean and fresh—get rid of clutter, organise your belongings, and surround yourself only with the things that bring you joy.


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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in Lifestyle Promotion Studies and is trained in Personal Money Management. She loves to ‘get the look for less’ so regularly shares thrifty-living advice, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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