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When you posted this in another thread Saturn, I meant to write that I wish we had an area to share our spaces! Thanks for sharing your beautiful gorgeous space!  <3 <3 <3

 

I don't currently have a space but my dream is having a small room or area I can do readings and store everything related! :)

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Well,  I have to admit defeat.  I intended to attach a photo of my altar but was not able to.  Even tho it's just a phone camera shot with no embellishments it's too large to attach and I couldn't figure out how to make it smaller without cropping some of the picture.  I don't even know if that is possible.  This is just TOO embarrassing when I'm responding to the Tech Administrator for the site(!).

 

Again, thank you for your photos, SaturnCeleste.

 

If you can get it into a computer, you can resize with 'PIXresiser' - great program. But if you do everything on phone I don't know about them, sorry.

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Thanks everyone!  DanielJUK[/member] if you like to spread out an area when your read cards, share that!  It's fun to see the stones, crystals, figurines that people work with around them.  Does not have to be a permanent space. I can't do card work when my table is covered in crap but I do try to keep it cleaned off.  ^-^  We have released our babies and they were hellions last night.  They knocked over one of my salt candles and moved a little figurine but I consider myself lucky.  I say no to them during the day and they stay away but the minute my eyes are closed, all my cats dance around my stuff on their back legs singing their kitty cat songs!  Sometimes stuff gets knocked. 

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also to add to what Pathwalker said, if you have Windows operating system, download this free tool called Image Resizer here, it's for any version of Windows. This programme was made orginally by Microsoft and now maintained and updated by Brice. Install it, click on a picture file name in the directory and right click and select "Resize Pictures". It's safe and it's free!

 

I am really awful at using graphics programmes and that editing area and I just resize my pics for the forum in that and change them to "large" in that software and upload here fine! The image must be under 1mb!

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I am really awful at using graphics programmes and that editing area and I just resize my pics for the forum in that and change them to "large" in that software and upload here fine! The image must be under 1mb!

 

Here is the BBC Code that will allow you to link your images elsewhere and show them on this site.  Copy and paste this code into your post after you fill in the details.

 

[img width=xxx height=xxx]insert image link here[/img]

 

Do a preview to make sure you have set it correctly.  This code works best with a space around it, either before or after.  If it's too close to another link using this code, it won't show up.  It's crucial you give the height and width sizes and keep the space after width...

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Court de Gébelin[/member] *squee* omg omg omg, a music room!!  So many types of stringed instruments, did you make some of these?  The Steel Guitars are beautiful!  Are you familiar with Playing for Change by any chance?  I see your singing bowls and a Mandolin(?)  My first reaction was Lute but are they still a thing?  >:D  Thank you so much for sharing your space, it's lovely!

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Thank you, Saturn Celeste!  What you are seeing are Ukuleles.  I have a sizable collection of Koa wood Ukes, as well as some metal resonator and other types.  You correctly identified the Mandolin shape of the one in the picture.  I collect Ukuleles and play them as a hobby.  And, no, I don't make them.  I wish I had that talent!

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Thank you, Saturn Celeste!  What you are seeing are Ukuleles.  I have a sizable collection of Koa wood Ukes,

Oh that is fascinating!  I love string instruments from ukes to harps!  So the ones that look similar are made from Koa wood.  I had no idea.  Thanks again for sharing!  ^-^

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This is my reading space. To the direct right of it is my armoire which hides my altar and magical supplies from the prying hands of a nosy af toddler lol

 

It contains 3 stackable wooden side tables, doubled up protective cloths, 2 small but effective tumbled onyx and quartz, an amethyst pendulum, and 2 amulets.5f861c183e2fb397bea2c4777cf7ba67.jpg

 

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This thread is another awesome discovery in my new community!  I love the pictures people have shared and will comment more specifically after further perusal.  Our homes and the sacred spaces we create within them are reflections of who we are at the innermost level.  It is a privilege to be invited in.

 

I'm away visiting family until September 5.  One of the first things I'll do on my return - probably after general decompression, a good night's sleep, and grocery shopping, but before unpacking - will be to take a few pictures of the shelves where I keep my Tarot collection and some of my spiritually meaningful and/or precious belongings and (optimistically) figure out how to post them here!

 

 

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This is my reading space. To the direct right of it is my armoire which hides my altar and magical supplies from the prying hands of a nosy af toddler lol

 

It contains 3 stackable wooden side tables, doubled up protective cloths, 2 small but effective tumbled onyx and quartz, an amethyst pendulum, and 2 amulets.

TarotRaven your space is amazing!  Look at your bookshelves!!  WOW!  I agree with Grandma I'd love to visit and have a cup of tea with you!

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Ooo I forgot about this thread! Here’s my main little space. We built a bar to one side of our living room that I have now commandeered lol it’s not quite finished (still need to wallpaper and put in the foot rest bar thingy around the bottom) but I love it. I even have a sneaky little shelf under the bar top where I try to keep my decks and books. The black cases on the bar are display cases for the majority of my crystals, and the thing shoved in the corner behind the bar is actually a small couch *sigh* can’t wait till that’s gone lol

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Oh FeeLion!  What a wonderful table top!  I love your space.  It's amazing how different everyone's space is so far. I love it!  Thank you for sharing.  <3

It’s fantastic isn’t it? We bought if for cheap as a big coffee table. It’s one single piece of macrocarpa! The guy we picked it up from had made one for each of his kids. When we got it it was shall we say well loved. It was looking pretty worn and had what looked like glitter nail polish here and there on it. So we sanded it right back, oiled it to bring out the colour and grain then finished it with floor varnish so it should stay looking great for ages! The bit we cut out of one end is now a shelf too

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Since I love looking at other people’s sacred spaces I thought I might as well share what my space can look like. I don’t do permanent altars or specific furniture, I just whip out my sacred things and create my altar/space every time I need it. This particular altar was made for working with intuition (well, basically ‘ancient sight’ just as the card says!) and connecting with lunar energies/the sacred feminine. I like doing readings in this type of ritual settings as well.

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TheFeeLion[/member] That wood is so cool to surround you in your living room!  I'm sure you're breathed life into it with the care you gave it.  No glitter nail polish for that lovely piece!

 

Raggydoll[/member] your altar pieces are fascinating!  What a lovely space to work in.  I don't have an actual altar either but your altar is where your heart is.  <3

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TheFeeLion[/member] That wood is so cool to surround you in your living room!  I'm sure you're breathed life into it with the care you gave it.  No glitter nail polish for that lovely piece!

 

Raggydoll[/member] your altar pieces are fascinating!  What a lovely space to work in.  I don't have an actual altar either but your altar is where your heart is.  <3

 

Thank you! I make many of my tools myself (like my beads, my wand, my runes and so on). All the other objects are things that hold special meaning to me and that I have charged and dedicated to my work. I like to take vintage pieces (often found at antiques stores or in thrift shops) and incorporate them. Especially vintage jewelry can be made into sacred adornments and be used as talismans.

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This is my space, my Witchy Room, my Sanctum Sanctorum!!!  :)

 

This video was filmed over a year ago, it has not changed much (well, I have more books, more Tarot decks and some new objects here and there...). I might do an update video soon (with more lights!!), but for the time being, you can watch it right here:

 

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This is my space, my Witchy Room, my Sanctum Sanctorum!!!  :)

 

This video was filmed over a year ago, it has not changed much (well, I have more books, more Tarot decks and some new objects here and there...). I might do an update video soon (with more lights!!), but for the time being, you can watch it right here:

 

OMG what a powerful room, Morsoth!!  Can I book your room for a week and live in it?  Such awesome stuff.  I had to laugh, I have the Cup of Destiny also.  Thank you for sharing, I feel like I've just been on a journey.  <3

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