By D.J. Conway
The aim of any altar, says D. J. Conway, is to represent what we wish to allure into our lives. In a bit publication of Altar Magic, she indicates how, with no realizing they're doing so, individuals are continuously development altars round them, and she or he encourages readers to make altars consciously, utilizing them to create a sacred area in the house. The very act of constructing an altar teaches the builder to hear the unconscious and develop into receptive to the sacred in existence, Conway indicates. She explains the method purely: making plans the venture, acknowledging the sentiments at the back of the choice, and doing the particular construction. The booklet courses the reader to what goods to appear for in furnishing an altar, giving details gleaned from old and smooth ways at the use of colours, the weather, gadgets, and logos.
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