Travel Altars

Written for Coven Life

By Priestess Hypatia

On 03/05 2020

 

Travel Altars can be so much fun to put together.  The smaller the more challenging. This is where creativity meets imagination.

I have created a couple for various travel trips. The one here is what I take with me when I travel interstate. I use this on my actualy journey.

Here are a couple of tips I have found useful in starting one up.

A small container to put your alrar tools into. I have chosen a small tin that housed incense i picked up from my travels.

In the tin I have included my essentials to set up my sacred space.

It includes:

A miniture wand from primrose stalk with planetary and elemental symbols to represent air

A feather to represent air

A tiny jar of frankincense resin

A tiny bottle of sacred oil

A calcite crystal to represent earth

A shell to represent water

Candle to represent fire

A seraphinite egg for the Goddess

A lavander skull for the God

A Beatle wing

A compass for gauging direction

A charm bracelet with the Goddess, trinity, pentacle, heart and citrine stone.

An altar cloth

A tiny sage bundle

And an elemental invocation prayer.

Remember as this is an actual altar……

It’s important that you consecrate all your equipment to be used.

It can be a great deal of fun to challenge yourself and see how much you can fit in such a small space.  Be innovative, creative and versatile.  This is also a great idea if you need to keep your spiritual path ‘low’.

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