Let there be Light

by Jennie Nunn

Objects to enhance meditation and spiritual practices, from Zafu cushions to a singing bowl set 

Sitting Pretty

Handcrafted in Vermont, soft Samadhi pink sari meditation cushions are made from sari brocade and stuffed with natural kapok fibers. abchome.com

Spirit of Song

The hand-hammered Incausa singing bowl set is designed in Brooklyn and handmade by artisans in Pingalasthan, Nepal. abchome.com

Blue Buddha

This Anuradhapura blue hard stone Buddha from the Phillips Collection is soothing to the eye and cool to the touch. It is also a favorite of world-renowned designer, Clodagh, who says, “I’ve been studying Buddhism since I was 17. Buddha’s books and quotes inform and inspire me. I find the presence of the Buddha gives me an immediate visceral and emotional message that all is well.”

Soft Focus

Light up the room with a Lite+Cycle Sage candle made with non-GMO vegan waxes, 100 -percent cotton wicks, 100 -percent pure essential oil blends and no paraffins, lead or dyes.  liteandcycleshop.com

Chime In

VivaTerra’s Ash Wood Meditation Chime is made with six silver polished aluminum tubes and blackened ash wood. vivaterra.com

Place of Stillness

Made of hammered metal, the Tabouret Gold Stool is topped with white velvet upholstery. claytongrayhome.com

Soft Spot

The washable Ruggable rug is designed using sustainable materials including non-toxic glue and latex-free synthetics (think eco yoga mats). ruggable.com

Inspire Yourself

This beautiful meditation tray by Susie Frazier is made from reclaimed wood and scrap steel; a great way to honor personal totems and meaningful objects.  susiefrazier.com

Place of Reflection

Sit quietly and reflect with Gaiam’s Zafu Meditation Cushion made with a removable microfiber cover and buckwheat hulls that conform to the body’s natural shape. gaiam.com

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