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 e-book of Altar Magic, she indicates how, with no realizing they're doing so, everyone is continuously construction altars round them, and she or he encourages readers to make altars consciously, utilizing them to create a sacred house 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 lifestyles, Conway indicates. She explains the method simply: making plans the undertaking, acknowledging the sentiments at the back of the choice, and doing the particular development. The publication publications the reader to what goods to appear for in furnishing an altar, giving details gleaned from historic and sleek techniques at the use of colours, the weather, items, and logos.
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Karen did not place the name at first, partly because she was not sure of Dave’s surname, but also she was not sure how Jo could have known Dave, because they had not worked on the same projects. But then Jo mentioned how “Dave Jones” was always on his bike and interested in sea-kayaking. Karen remembered there had been two men named “Dave” on the community project, but she was suddenly extremely worried about her friend. The next week she took along a photograph of Dave. As Karen herself related: Jo said: “No, that’s not him,” but I discovered later she thought I was pointing at someone else in the picture.
I still have a problem working out what is “real” in these visions, or what is made up from my imagination. By “real” I suppose I mean something from outside, coming in and working on my imagination. I also felt a presence sometimes. I don’t know if it was Dave or not, but it felt like someone was there, behind my shoulder on the left side. e. the spot on the forehead between and slightly above both eyes] into some clouds. I knew it was my mind making up this imagery. I saw these corny images of land, the mountains and then the sea, and then I felt I was carrying something on my back, through the water.
They had met as co-members of an organization that ran various projects. They had both worked on one particular project that supplied a community service to city residents. Both of them had enjoyed the activity it involved them in, and were disappointed when the project’s funding was cut and it was wound up. Karen was still a member of the parent A N I C E P L A C E TO M E E T D E A D P E O P L E 23 organization, in a different capacity, but Dave had moved on. Although they enjoyed each other’s company and were always pleased to see each other, their infrequent meetings generally happened by accident.