San Diego International Airport has opened its first-ever meditation room, located post-security in Terminal 2.
Airport officials said the nondenominational space, called The Spirit of Silence and also known as Reflection Room, is a “serene place for travelers to contemplate, meditate or pray” in a quiet setting before or after flights.
The design was created by Seattle-based artist Norie Sato and is meant to evoke “the undefinable and changing edge” between water and sky. Officials recently marked the opening of the facility with an invocation ceremony at the airport.
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