A Year of Shrines

I’ve had an altar or shrine of some kind in every home I’ve lived in since I was 13. I love creating and tending them, and find it fulfilling to customize them for every new space I’m in.

This has been an interesting year, though, since I’ve been traveling. Each stay of longer than a month has required an established shrine, and each new space has presented new challenges and opportunities for me to create a shrine that fits the environment.

Let’s see how I did.

Building Woo Spaces – Personal Shrines (Pt. 2)

Personal shrines are the backbone of a devotional practice. They are a physical manifestation of the relationship between the Power and the person, and as such serve as a site for honoring, contemplation, meditation, petitioning, and connection. Not that you can’t do all of these things perfectly well without a shrine, of course. A shrine … Continue reading Building Woo Spaces – Personal Shrines (Pt. 2)