I build altars everywhere,
because I am convinced of their healing vibes.
Here starts the series:

altars /part one:
offering uplifting, prominent space to the spirits

From the Latin “altare” (plural = altaria), probably originally meaning “burnt offerings” (Latin “adolere” = “to worship, to offer sacrifice, to honor by burning sacrifices to”), but influenced by Latin “altus”, meaning “high.”source:

sacred allures

  • Altars attract the spirit into everyday matter.
  • When you invest deeply in something that raises your spirit every time you see it, it will inspire you back. When you create meaning in your own alter rituals, specific energies come to life.
  • Altars create little vortexes that attract divine flow.
  • They stimulate intuitive consciousness of the positive awareness of universal abundance.

gods and goddesses are amazing collaborators

Ganesha, the divine remover of obstacles, helps to remove procrastination.

Laskmi, the goddess of divine fortune and prosperity, is a great protector of sacred dreams.

Saraswati is the goddess of learning, knowledge, and wisdom. I highly recommend hiring her heavenly Arts studio for a creative project.

How to create your personal altars:

Simply embrace the irrational, the beautiful, and the exciting; the contradictions and the No-No’s. For your spiritual self, your imagination – not your critical mind – is the interior designer of your personal altars. Choose statues or things that are messengers of your dreams and emotions. Listen to your instinct about your choice of altar: follow your gut reaction and create meaning for you. Do it the way it comes natural.

sharing secret

my sanctuary in my office in the USA/ FL

Jesus forever: he showers boundless moments of beauty and whispers essential affirmations about the essence of all.