Altars are most often thought of in the context of churches where people come together for religious worship. However, altars have been with us for literal millennea from pagan times to the great cathedrals, everything from small country churches to corporate mega-churches. People rarely think of having a personal altar, though.
With a personal altar, you can work on literally any issue or opportunity you choose to, when you want to, and pretty much how you want to, including relationships, traumas, fears, or material needs. You will learn how to use critical thinking to discover what you really think of, and how you really feel about an issue, which can help you “script” any work you do at your altar.
Please bring any special “objects” you are working with, or that you think you might be in the future such as feathers, a particular rock, a statue or photograph, turtle shell, smudging sage and fan, or a candle, for instance. We can talk about it, and it might help others understand what some put on their altars and how such objects are used.