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Altars: Ancestor Altar.

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Ancestor Shrine

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Altars: Pagan Yule Wall #Altar.

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Gaia Green Earth Goddess crystal mini-shelf wall altar pagan wiccan

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Altars: Pagan Winter Altar.

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Have always wanted to erect mini altars on all 4 walls in my room - each dedicated to the elements. This is pretty

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Moon phases

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Creating an Altar in your Home - from : Its not just for Wiccans! - Intl. Starseed Network Nice article

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DIY fire bowl

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Love this portable fire dome!

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Recycle Reuse Renew Mother Earth Projects: How to make Altoid Tin Traveling Altars

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Recycle Reuse Renew Mother Earth Projects: How to make Altoid Tin Traveling Altars

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Beltane altar ~ from Moonroot a very nice blog ~ Paganism, Permaculture & Poultrykeeping on a Welsh Hillside

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Altar

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Mandala,Labyrinth,Sacred Geometry

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Lovely image, cannot locate originator...

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Good meditation starter. On the Tree of Contemplative Practices, the roots symbolize the two intentions that are the foundation of all contemplative practices: cultivating awareness and developing a stronger connection to God, the divine, or inner wisdom. The roots of the tree encompass and transcend differences in the religious traditions from which many of the practices originated, and allow room for the inclusion of new practices that are being created in secular contexts.

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The Sabbats

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Stepping Stones (Tobi-ishi) are said to be part practical and part scenic The arrangement of the stones controls the pace as one proceeds through the garden and sets the mood, whether formal, semiformal or informal. Trump stones or yaku-ishi are also used to highlight prominent features of the garden scenery. The first trump stone is the *fumi-ishi placed by the guest's entrance to the *chashitsu". There are many ways of arranging stepping stones: read on

JAANUS / tobi-ishi 飛石

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