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Info of Yoga Inspired Interiors

There should be a natural flow of energy in your house with no clutter, the door that you enter from should bring in a flood of positive energy. Antique Indian doors with carvings and motifs of chakra, lotus and peacocks attract the positivity and abundance into your home. Blue washed consoles in the hallway, sunburst medallions carved buffets and vintage furniture made from reclaimed woods, distressed natural metals like brass and iron cladded chests charge the zen as well.

Sun is the giver of life so always meditate facing east or the rising sun, the hues of orange and yellow are associated with the second and third chakra that connects with nourishing and grounding. Sun carved doors were used in India mainly to attract the energy of the sun. Peaceful, serene, energizing interiors, with lush green potted plants of basil and aloe. Handloom cotton blankets can be used as floor throws or wall tapestries. Mandala printed bed throws and matching curtains, create color balanced rooms to infuse your home with peaceful vibrations. Wear recycled sari yoga pants and cotton embroidered tunics, ethnic printed wrap skirts and bohemian kaftans to keep your zen free and charged.

Mother Nature is relaxing and healing, old wood chai tables and cart benches beautified with up-cycled toss pillows help you unwind and meditate. Meditation is connecting with the source and old Indian furniture has brass and iron ornamentation that removes the electromagnetic charge around us, thereby creating a space that will help you stay calm. A beautiful natural stone Buddha sculpture with water flowing in the back is zen positive. Water is essential in meditation as it is a great carrier of sound vibration. The balance is essential between Sun, Earth, Air, Water, Space or Ether. Mantra music playing in the background with zen sculptures of Ganesha, Buddha and Shiva, the incense fragrance sets the mood for a peaceful and calm meditation. Om Shanti!