Look Inside My Magickal Travel Altar
If you haven’t checked out how to build a travel altar, we’ve got a great post on the subject here.
But if you’re looking for some inspiration, allow me to show you my travel altar.
While old mint cans are common for travel altars, I honestly find it hard to put enough stuff in them. They look cute so small, but aren’t practical to me.
Enter, my vintage suitcase. Or, a vintage looking suitcase.
It fits everything I need, herb bundles, essential oils (as I am personally not a fan of incense), and divination tools.
Inside I have:
Lavender, rosemary, lemongrass, and vetiver. Not only do I like these scents, but rosemary can replace any herb in any spell or magical working. I can use these oils to anoint candles or myself, in diffusers, and inside spell jars.
These are perfect for affirmation workings and meditation.
Just a couple of my favorites, like some rocks I’ve collected from travels, or crystals I feel strongly connected to like amethyst – which also have a wide variety of uses.
Anything else within is based on the spell I’m wanting to do. The string pictures is for a chord cutting ritual (stay tuned to the blog and our Instagram on my favorite chord cutting ritual).
What do you keep in your travel or to-go altars? Comment below!