One way to honour the concepts of one’s card(s) after a reading is to create a shrine or altar to those concepts for personal contemplation and to encourage constructive personal change.
Here is one I made yesterday in a park using my card of the day, Remembrance from the Oracle of Initiation. The park bench reminds me of childhood joys of listening to the breeze in the trees in our backyard and in parks of times past. The hollow nutshell from last year, the leaves blown down a few days prior, and freshly blown down leaves show various stages of the past that led to the present moment. It makes me mindful that I am the sum of all that has gone before and that who I am now is the ancestor of my future self/selves. How can I create that future self more consciously based on who I am now? The dark and light sticks remind me of the dark and light pillars of the tarot’s High Priestess, my soul card (based on the numbers of my birth date). The card itself, in all its luminous beauty, is held in the middle. Creating this simple piece felt like an homage to my earlier self and to my beloved ancestors. Bits and pieces of Shakespeare’s Sonnet #30 came to mind so I recited what I could remember as a sort of prayer.
What do you most want to honour, invoke, or evoke? What image(s) best represent it? How might you enshrine that image(s) to give it a sacred holding space? Please feel free to share it with me/us here in the Comments.