Zen gardening is an ancient stress relief activity, which brings a sense of peace and calmness to the mind. because there is a limitation of space everywhere, it is a little difficult to make one for yourself. So, a mini Zen garden is nowadays being created to get the same feeling. A mini Zen garden were created originally by the Japanese, and they take on significant natural and artificial elements for peace. A mini Zen garden is designed to allow you to sit and contemplate for a while at your desk. You can create your own mini Zen garden where you can create your own sanctuary without leaving the office. These all incorporate a few key elements. You can create your own perfect peace of zen by balancing out these elements. Pebbles in your Mini Zen garden are most often mild and rounded cobbles as large as size of peas like a potato. They are used to create fields on the ground, a base-level offering for the arts, and to outline a stepping stone paths.
In a mini Zen garden without water, fine sand and gravel are used to create a metaphor for water. Whether built as a dry stream bed, or in the large uniform seas raked to be to achieve a smooth or rippled effect, this is a common way to cover parts of the earth and serve as a basis for organizing planting. The Art of mini Zen garden is in the placement of components and patterns of computing the sand formed in different patterns.