Your home is more than just your living space: it’s your sacred temple, your safe haven, and the spot where the magic happens. It’s where you sleep, cook, eat and most importantly, it’s where you recharge your batteries after a long day. Just as people and objects like clothes can retain negative energy from past experiences or emotions, homes are quick to absorb vibes—whether good or bad—so it’s essential to cleanse the area often and bring in that good juju whenever you can.
Add a Himalayan Salt Lamp
You’ve seen these gorgeous glowing rocks in health food stores before, and there’s a reason why they’re so popular. Himalayan salt lamps emit negative ions, which are the atoms that are in the air near natural spaces like waterfalls or the ocean. Place one beside your bed to give your space a fresh and natural feel.
Get Cozy With Crystals
Crystals like clear quartz, citrine and amethyst have fascinated and delighted people for centuries. Not only are most crystals aesthetically pleasing, but they serve an important purpose, too. Crystals can amplify the energy of a space, so place them on surfaces like your coffee table, windowsill or nightstand.
When you keep old items hanging around your space, they can bog down the energy and prevent positive vibes from flooding in. Do a deep clean a few times a month to get rid of clutter, dust and any stagnant low-vibes that have been taking up residence in your home. Trust us—you’ll feel much better when you donate that your high school boyfriend’s sweatshirt.
Light Coloured Candles
Candles provide your space with a source of low, hushed light, creating a more ambient and romantic feel at dusk. Any candle will increase the high vibes in your space, but to double up on the positive energy, try purchasing a coloured candle with a specific purpose such as prosperity, manifestation or protection.
Buy Fresh Flowers
t sounds so simple, but adding fresh flowers to your space really goes a long way in terms of increasing positive vibes, lightening your mood, and beautifying a space. Flowers are ethereal in nature, so the reason they make you feel so bright and happy is because they bring you closer to the life force energies present in natural areas like a garden or a forest.
Burn Sage or Palo Santo
Indigenous cultures have been burning sacred herbs like sage and palo santo for centuries to rid the air of toxins and negativity. If you’re really sensing a dark cloud of negative energy hanging around your space and you just can’t seem to shake it—you might want to give the ancient practice of smudging a try.
Create an Alter or Shrine
One of the best ways to increase the high vibes in your home is to bring in more objects that hold deep significance for you. Carve out a space in your home—like your mantelpiece—and create a sacred shrine featuring crystals, candles and images or symbols of your power animals, a spiritual teacher you find inspiring, or a natural setting you find calming.
Hang a Dreamcatcher
In the Ojibwe culture, dream catchers were traditionally used to do exactly as their name suggests: catch bad dreams before they can reach the sleeper. If you’re prone to nightmares, or you just want to minimize any bad vibes in your space, find a dreamcatcher you love on Etsy or get creative by making your own.
Invest In Singing Bowls
Singing bowls have been used in eastern cultures for centuries as the peaceful sounds they create help to stimulate Theta brain waves in the listener, which can induce relaxation and a meditative state. Place one near your shrine or beside your yoga mat to make your space more high vibe, positive and meditation-ready.
Add Essential Oils
Aromatherapy is a powerful practice that can help to elevate your mood, boost your health and create a high-vibe atmosphere in your home. Keep a diffuser and a few essential oils like lavender, frankincense, and grapefruit on hand in your bedroom or living room to keep the positive energy (and fragrances) flowing all day long.
Create a High Vibe Home With These Items
Your home is more than just your living space: it’s your sacred temple, your safe haven, and the spot where the magic happens. It’s where you sleep, cook, eat and most importantly, it’s where you recharge your batteries after a long day. Just as people and objects like clothes can retain negative energy from past experiences … Continued