My question is this . What kind of temple/ alter do you have. I have a small mobile alter I can set up anywhere I am if I take it with me. Well except for my alter statues. I don't have them yet and need to replace a few candles lol. But, I have all the rest. sometimes when I go on the road I have an extra trunk in the trunk with all my alterstuff. But I am considering building a slightly more mobile one in a bag . Any suggestions?
You don't need much for a mobile altar. A couple of deity figurines - I use chess pieces. They're pretty sturdy for traveling - a cone of incense, a nice scarf or handkerchief and some candles.
I started doing that after you told me what you did. :-)
I bought a Greek gods set of chess pieces years ago. Once I read what you told me you did, I went and got the king and queen, which are Zeus and Hera. They're pewter and fit nicely in a little velvet bag.
My travel altar fits in an Altoids' tin ... so, pretty small. I have matches in there that double as incense. Birthday candles, a small Goddess figurine that I made myself, a square piece of silk, some salt ... and that's it. At home, I use the top of my dresser for the altar so it's much bigger. But, for travel, I go with tiny.
You what I do is to buy a good size hat box or rectangular box that opens. I like using those because it's portable and you can also keep your tools and such inside so it has a multi-purpose. You can find some nice ones at places like Ross where it's not expensive. I also bought a little plant stand with rolling wheels underneath that I place my altar on. I like it cause then you can roll it around without having to take down and put up your altar. You can find them everywhere inexpensive too.
Hope that makes sense. lol Blessed be