Community Altar for March 2021

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This month’s Community Altar features Persephone, in honor of the Vernal Equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere. [Image description: An altar with several lit candles, a bunch of white flowers, and two images of the Goddess Persephone.] The image on the left is by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince, the Liberation card from her Dark Goddess Tarot. [Image […]

Community Altar for February 2021

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This month’s community altar features Kuan Yin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, who is known as “she who hears the cries of the people”. She provides healing, hope, and comfort to all who are afflicted with pain, sorrow, and grief. Given that the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing after more than a year, Kuan Yin’s blessings […]

Community Altar for June 2019

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This month’s Community Altar is dedicated to everyone who is dealing with health issues. So many people in my circles of friends have recently been confronted with significant health challenges (cancer, heart surgery, and the like) that creating an altar for healing was definitely this month’s work. The various colors of roses represent the love […]

Winter Solstice Spread

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I created this spread as part of my meditations in preparing the Community Altar for December. I hope you find it helpful! Winter Solstice Spread by Anastasia Haysler 1. What do I need to see in myself? 2. What do I need to know about myself? 3. How can I better love myself? 4. What […]

Community Altar for December 2018

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I fussed a lot with this month’s community altar, adding items to symbolize various aspects of the Solstice, and wasn’t happy with any of the arrangements. So, I took off everything except the candles (that Returning of the Light thing), and the flowers (Because Flowers). With the half-light, half-shadow effect on the flowers, this was […]

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