hurt my wrist a couple of days ago doing yoga at night, that was out. So, instead, I sat in meditation.
First, I grounded, visualising connecting with the molten core of the earth. Then, I cast a circle, calling the corners and my four favourite Goddesses: Oya, Brigid, Cerridwen and Hekate. I pictured drawing a pentacle in blue light before me, and it floating up above me, with lines of white energy expanding out from the points to create a bubble of light around me. The energy I drew up from the core of the earth filled that bubble with light.
Given it was 3.30am and everyone else in the house was sleeping, I decided to chant silently to the Goddess. In the first round of nine Goddesses called twelve times each, I chanted and also visualised writing their names as I called them. In the second round, I added a prayer to each Goddess. For example, I asked Kali for the ability to face my fears with courage.
All this was done at my new, miniaturised altar (pictured above). As we are trying to sell our house, I need my altar to be easily moveable and hideable. So, I've gone back to just one altar, and put it on the smaller of the two trays I normally use. This way, I can fold in the legs and tuck it into a cupboard when people come around ;D And, as you can perhaps see from the picture, my Herne and Pan figurines have also gone into the cupboard... My DH said that some people might think the house was cursed. It was bad enough the estate agents spotting a bookcase full of tarot books and boxes :/ I may have to box those up before we start showing the place *doh*