Meditation Room Opens at San Diego Airport

San Diego International Airport recently opened its first-ever meditation room, located post-security in Terminal 2. The nondenominational space, dubbed “The Spirit of Silence,” is also known as the Reflection Room.

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San Diego International Airport recently opened its first-ever meditation room, located post-security in Terminal 2.
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San Diego International Airport recently opened its first-ever meditation room, located post-security in Terminal 2.
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The meditation room was designed by Seattle-based artist Norie Sato. The décor is meant to evoke “the undefinable and changing edge” between water and sky.
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The meditation room was designed by Seattle-based artist Norie Sato. The décor is meant to evoke “the undefinable and changing edge” between water and sky.
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Airport officials say the space is a “serene place for travelers to contemplate, meditate or pray” in a quiet setting before or after flights. It features benches and soothing décor.
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Airport officials say the space is a “serene place for travelers to contemplate, meditate or pray” in a quiet setting before or after flights. It features benches and soothing décor.
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Airport officials say the space is a “serene place for travelers to contemplate, meditate or pray” in a quiet setting before or after flights. It features benches and soothing décor.
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The nondenominational space, dubbed “The Spirit of Silence,” is also known as the Reflection Room.
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The nondenominational space, dubbed “The Spirit of Silence,” is also known as the Reflection Room.
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