Home Shrine

My thoughts and gradual creation of my home shrine; my ideas for evolving over time; photos and documentation

Main altar update

By |May 16th, 2015|

I tend to update my altar 4 times a year. The candles I update twice – once to signify the dark half of the year with black cherry candles – and the second to signify the light half of the year with currently the golden orange. I’m still not feeling right about the light half […]

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Vernal Equinox Altar

By |March 25th, 2015|

Altar elements:

The Celtic Knot Fountain as my well
The Firebox area of the fireplace that have my black cherry candles for the dark half of the year
The Texas Mesquite offering bowl made by a local artist
The spring greenery intertwined with evergreen forĀ  observation of the season
The heart shaped wreath signifies my connection to my Spirit Mate, […]

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Exit Standard for Home Shrine

By |January 17th, 2012|

From the website:
A brief description, with photos if possible, of the Dedicant’s home shrine and plans for future improvements. (150 words min.)
Notes:

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Parts of the shrine that I really like!

By |July 30th, 2011|

Well, I’m certainly not done with it, but there are parts of it that really, really work for me, and I’m deeply happy with them. My fire area, for one thing. I’ve decided the orange candles for the light half of the year do really well, and if you squint, it looks like flames… Here’s […]

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Working on my home shrine (altar)

By |May 30th, 2011|

For some reason, I don’t like the word, ‘shrine’. I don’t know why; I guess I need to think about my subconscious associations with the word. I think it gives me the wrong mental picture. For me, I see a gilt Christian Cross with an effigy of Mary dressed as a nun in white and […]

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