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Celebrating a Ritual with Limited Space

By Patti Wigington

Perhaps you’re a solitary who has to share your space with a non-Pagan roommate. Maybe you’re living in a small apartment or renting a room, and there’s just not enough space to celebrate a ritual the way you’d like. Don’t worry — there are plenty of ways to celebrate in a small physical space. From storing your stuff to casting a circle, here are some tips on how to make things work, whether you’re working in a big space or a small one.

Here’s How:

1. First of all, make sure you keep your ritual tools organized. Use a box or tub to keep everything in, so that it’s not all scattered around when it’s time for you to pull it out. Some people like to use the stacking drawers, available at discount stores, and dedicate a single drawer to each sabbat or season. If you have books, keep them organized as well, either by category or author. It will help you in the long run, because it means you’ll be able to find things easily when you need them.

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