Sunday, September 14, 2014

Sacred Spaces of Home~Mabon Altar Thanksgiving and Harvest Blessings

 For the Wheel of the Year is turning.....

It is now time to give thanks for all of the blessings that have been given unto you.  It is time to think about how things need to be balanced in order to bring about peace, joy and abundance into your life.  Set your dreams in motion!  Now is the time!  Celebrate all that has already manifested...know that you reap what you sow.
Believe that all things are possible!  You have the power to make changes in your life.  Start small and begin to make those changes.
Move forward with Love!  Love yourself first...for it is the "key in life."  I mention this in a song that I wrote.  Once you learn how to love yourself, everything will fall into place.  You will see. 
I have filmed to share with you my Mabon/Thanksgiving and Autumn Harvest Altar.  This space helps me to meditate on all of my blessings.


I wish you Peace, Joy, Balance and Abundance for this Season and Always!
Much Love and Bright Blessings,
Milady Leela


  1. This is a lovely altar! It is the opposite time of year around here, but I much prefer Autumn!

    1. Thank you Laura! I do love the Autumn Season!!! I must say though, it is getting cold already...I think our winter is going to be very intense!

  2. Your altar is multilayered with beauty and love. I especially like the idea that you reuse your Lakshimi candle filling it with sea salt, herbs then putting a votive candle on top. Thank you for sharing your amazing altar with all of us.

  3. Dhell, I am happy that you have enjoyed seeing my Sacred Space! Yes, filling your 7 day candles with salt after they have burned, is a great way to continue to enjoy the image that you have connected with. Let me know if you try this and what you think.
    Many Blessings

  4. How I love your altar decor! It is getting so cold, I do think the east coast is in for another harsh winter!

    1. Aw Thanks Jennifer .Yes, it is getting cold and I have heard that is going to be a cold, cold winter.