Altars, circles, worship places, that little bench in the back of your closet... Sacred spaces come in lots of shapes, sizes, and varieties. But perhaps what's even more interesting than the space itself is the method behind the madness of the set up of it. Do you keep your space permanent? Interchangeable? Travel-sized? Clean? A reflection of your state of inner being? A special part of your home solely for your deity(s)? I guess I'm just curious :)
By: Vanitys_Fire Moderator / Knowledgeable Feb 21, 2013
Post # 2
For me it's just wherever I feel like setting uo shop. Even if I were to have a permanent place, I contstantly change things and move stuff around. So I see no need for a permanent space at this point in time. Where ever I feel like doing this or that is where I set up, hallow, and do.
I don't set up anything permanent. When I'm doing a spell I use a bowls of salt, and a bowl of water (earth,water) at the north and west cardinal points, incense at the east cardinal point (air) and a red candle at the south cardinal point (fire).
I just use my computer chair,i usually have an old shirt that i use as an alter cloth,an athame(i don't know if i misspelled that or not,i never seem to remember how that particular word is spelled),and a scrying bowl.